Harvey Stein
photographer, educator, author, ICP, New School

Harvey Stein is a professional photographer, teacher, lecturer, and author based in New York City. He currently teaches at the International Center of Photography and the New School University and is a frequent lecturer on photography both in the United States and abroad. He has also been a member of the faculty at Drew University, the Rochester Institute of Technology and at the University of Bridgeport. A recipient of a Creative Arts Public Service (CAPS) fellowship and numerous artist in residency grants, Stein had a book of photographs, Parallels: A Look at Twins, published by E.P. Dutton in 1978. Stein's second book, Artists Observed, was published by Harry Abrams, Inc. in 1986. His latest book, a color volume of photographs called Coney Island, was published by W.W. Norton in 1998. His photographs have been published in such periodicals as The New Yorker, Time, Life, Esquire, Smithsonian, The New York Times, Reader's Digest, Glamour, Forbes, Psychology Today, Playboy, Harpers, Connoisseur, Art News, American Artist, New York, People, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, and all the major photo magazines, including Camera Arts, Popular Photography, American Photo, Camera, Afterimage, Zoom, Photo Metro, fotoMagazine, and View Camera Magazine.

Stein's photographs have been widely exhibited in the United States and Europe-65 one-person and 117 group shows to date. He has also curated numerous exhibits. His photographs are in more than 50 public collections (and numerous private collections), including the Bibliotheque Nationale, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the International Center of Photography, the Denver Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh), Museet for Fotokunst (Odense, Denmark), Musee De La Photographie (Charleroi, Belgium), the Portland (Maine) Museum of Art, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the Addison Gallery of American Art, and the corporate art collections of Polariod, Reader's Digest, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett Packard, LaSalle Bank (Chicago), Barclay Bank and Credit Suisse. His work is represented by the Bruce Silverstein Gallery, Throckmorton Fine Art and the June Bateman Gallery, New York City; and by the Photo Researchers Agency, New York City. Online, Stein's work can be seen at the following internet gallery sites: www.e3gallery.com, www.junebateman.com, http://www.throckmorton-nyc.com and www.brucesilverstein.com . You may reach him via email at Hsteinfoto@aol.com.

Upcoming Workshops They are at wonderful places—Cape May NJ, Rome and Tuscany and each still has a few openings. There is still time to join us. They promise to give lots of great information and experiences, and each represents very good values for the cost. For instance, the Cape May workshop costs only $350. And inexpensive housing is available. So please contact Harvey or the places detailed below if you are at all interested or have questions. Thanks so much and hope to see/talk to you soon. And that you are happily making photographs.

THE CAPE MAY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS, Cape May, New Jersey, April 27-May 1.

PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE AND PLACES. This is a fast paced, very inexpensive workshop for intermediate and advanced photographers who wish to work in and around a small gem of a village on the ocean at the southern tip of New Jersey. I taught a workshop in Cape May last April; it's a wonderful time and place to shoot and visit. Call or email Nancy Ori for more information and registration; 908-790-8820, nancyori@comcast.net


ROME: May 7-14 This seven-day workshop explores the architecture, people, markets and mood of the eternal city. Daily shooting and two field trips to the nearby countryside are planned. This is a very affordable, value-laden workshop. It was sold out last May so if interested, think about it soon.

TUSCANY: May 15-21 I've taught this workshop five times and it's always fun and informative. We stay at a working vineyard in the heart of the Clasico Chianti region of Tuscany, just nine kilometers from Siena. We will interact with the Tuscan people, venture to small hillside towns, visit both Florence and Siena, and photograph the countryside in beautiful Tuscan light. Again, it's a great value for all that is offered.