Jon Feinstein

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Jon Feinstein is a curator, photographer, the Co-Founder of Humble Arts Foundation and Strategic Partnerships Manager at Shutterstock. Jon has curated numerous exhibitions, most recently including Another New York, a collaboration with Mickalene Thomas for Art-Bridge at Barclay's Arena; Aneta Bartos' Boys at the Carlton Arms; and 31 Women in Art Photography at Hasted Kraeutler. His projects have been covered in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, Dossier Journal, PDN, Daily Beast, Modern Painters, and Time. His own work has been widely exhibited and has been published in Slate, Huffington Post, Gizmodo, FoxNews.com, Bon Appetit, Mashable, Peta Pixel, Design Taxi, Vice, Capricious, booooooom.com, Good Magazine and Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward.

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