Robert Goldstein Photography - Helen Jones-Florio Gallery
Robert Goldstein photography - poetic, and nuanced, classic black and white , shot on film – draws together the raw and the refined. The images selected are from a prolific body of work, spanning several decades.
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Featured Artist: Robert Goldstein Photography

Robrt Goldstein photography - image of a black and white print of a circus woman standing in front of 3 elephants, with a man riding one of them, New York

Featured Artist: Robert Goldstein Photography

 

Robert Goldstein photography

Our featured artist from the Helen Jones-Florio gallery collective of internationally established photographers.

Born in New York, USA, Goldstein attended the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in NYC. Leaving NYC, he began a career in fashion photography and landed his first job with Italian Vogue. He worked with late Manuela Pavesi, on numerous fashion stories.

Goldstein’s fine art photography – poetic, and nuanced. Classic black and white shot on film draws together the raw and the refined. The images selected, largely from his gallery here on the HJF site, are from a prolific body of work, which spans several decades.

Robert Goldstein Photography - image of four men and a woman, in 50's dress, drinking beer in a working Man's Club, in Camden, UK

©Robert Goldstein Photography  – ‘Working Man’s Club, Camden

Goldstein, whether in Nepal, Spain, France, USA, Ireland, China, Italy, or in the UK, his unflinching eye and vulnerable soul probe beneath the surface’  – Julio Mitchel, photographer.

 

Robert Goldstein Photography - image of young man, lying over a young woman, in swimwear, sunbathing on Hampstead Heath, London

©Robert Goldstein Photography – ‘Hampstead Heath, Boy on Girl’

 

Leaving Italy for London, UK, where he has now lived for many years, Goldstein changed direction from fashion to reportage. He began working with picture editor, Colin Jacobsen, on The Saturday Independent Magazine.

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He has worked with UK UNICEF in South Sudan – a show of his South Sudan photos was exhibited at the Open Eye Gallery, in Liverpool, England.

 

Robert Goldstein Photography -image of a small boy, playing a pipe, South Sudan

©Robert Goldstein Photography – South Sudan (see more on his website)

 

Goldstein also began teaching photography at Chalcot, a special needs school in London. During his time there, he documented the everyday life of the school, which resulted in an exhibition of his work, and that of the students, at the Cork Street Gallery, London.

His 2013 exhibition, Still, at the Whitfield Gallery, London, portrayed the raw and the refined:

‘Private, STILL moments, in public spaces. At a fraction of a second. In glorious black and white. As life itself.

 

Robert Goldstein Photography - image of a man sitting in a diner, in deep thought, looking at a shuttered window

©Robert Goldstein Photography – Man in Diner

 

Robert Goldstein Photography – Purchasing his fine art photography prints

See Robert’s gallery –  plus, everything you need to know about purchasing his limited edition fine art photography prints, including print sizes, prices, edition numbers, and shipping information.

Robert Goldstein Photography - image of the photographer with his motorcycle

The Photographer, Robert Goldstein ©Andy Woods

 

Read more about our featured artist, and the rest if our gallery collective, in Meet the Photographers. 

You may also like to follow @hjf_gallery on Instagram – for daily photo updates from all of the HJF gallery photographers.

 

Helen Jones-Florio

Founder | Curator

 

Header image ©Robert Goldstein Circus, NY

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