Harvey L. Silver
The photographs in my portfolios are drawn from a period starting in the late 1960’s when I chronicled the musical, cultural and political movements of the times. Growing up in New York City and traveling across the country, I photographed landscapes, streets and people. And, I was fortunate to record images of iconic folksingers, blues artists and rock groups – including The Band, Pete Seeger, Gram Parsons, Tim Buckley, The Byrds, Buddy Guy, Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt, and many others.
Through Getty Images, I have been published in major media, including Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, New York Times, New York Magazine, Smithsonian, Huffington Post, AOL, CNN and numerous other national and international publications, books, websites and networks, as well as documentary and independent films and videos.
My portfolios continue to grow, as I mine my archives and scan more original black & white negatives and color slides.
Recently, I had a solo photographic show, CHANGIN' TIMES, in New York City at the EV Gallery, 621 E. 11th Street. A wonderful and comprehensive review can be found at BSceneZine
Living in the Hudson Valley, in the Town of Rhinebeck, New York, I have exhibited in the Gallery@Rhinebeck, and had a solo exhibit at the Starr Library and four solo shows at Rhinebeck Bank. I was included in the group art show "Understory" at the Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery in Rhinebeck. A group of my photographs are on display in the collection at the Radio Woodstock studio in Woodstock N.Y.
I am represented in the virtual gallery Rhinebeck Fine Art and in February was part of their group art show at Gallery 40 in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Images for publication may be viewed on Getty Images.