Vincent D. Feldman has been photographing architecture and the urban landscape for three decades. In the early 1990s his photography concentrated on the conflicts and questions that often surround historic buildings in Philadelphia. Feldman’s photography helps uncover the stories attached to buildings, thus revealing the nature of a society in which these structures were built—and then neglected.
He has created multiple collections of architectural photographs ranging from Great Britain and Europe to China and Japan. He is currently preparing a portfolio on the Western architecture of Tokyo which will be available for exhibition in 2016.
Feldman received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts in 2001. His work is held in the Philadelphia Museum of Art and in museums and private collections internationally. He is a Master Lecturer in photography at the University of the Arts.