Porcelain photographs decorate the tombstones of Jewish immigrants at a cemetery in Queens, New York.
Andrew Lichtenstein has spent the last two decades covering long-term stories of social concern in the United States. He worked eight years documenting the rise of the prison industrial complex after receiving an Open Society Institute Fellowship in 2000. In 2007, Lichtenstein authored Never Coming Home, a book documenting the funerals for American soldiers killed in Iraq. His work, exhibited around the world, has been published in many magazines and newspapers, including Time, Newsweek, US News and World Report and The New York Times. Born in New York City, he has lived in New York all but seven of his short forty-five years.
AWARDS | Recognitions
2011 View York – Nine Perceptions, DAI Tübingen
View York – Nine Perceptions, Galerie CLAIR, München 2012 View York – Nine Perceptions, KSH, Freiburg.
2011 View York – Nine Perceptions, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld