Untitled, 2022 from the series “What it Means to Be Alive”
Archival pigment print
10 x 8 inches, framed to 17 x 16 inches
1 of 1 (special edition for PCNW)
Retail value $650
© and courtesy Jon Feinstein
This image is from Jon’s series “What it Means to Be Alive” – portraits of dandelions from his backyard that symbolize his balance of devastating loss with the joy of his two young daughters and his ongoing search for clarity.
Jon Feinstein is a Jewish photographer, curator, and writer, and the co-founder of Humble Arts Foundation. Jon has curated countless exhibitions over 15+ years at galleries and institutions including Photoville, Blue Sky Gallery, The Ogden Museum in New Orleans, Glassbox, Photographic Center Northwest, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, and Barclays Arena in Brooklyn, NY. Jon’s projects have been featured in Aperture, NY Times, BBC, VICE, The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, and Feature Shoot, and he’s contributed to VICE, Hyperallergic, Aperture, Photograph, TIME, Slate, GOOD, Daylight, Adobe, and PDN.
Jon is a recipient of the 2019 BlueSky Curatorial Prize and the 2021 Peter S. Reed Foundation artist grant, and a winner of the Lensculture 2022 Summer Open.