Tag Archives: Lucille Fornasieri-Gold

Flatbush + Main Episode 12: Women Photographers, Framing Brooklyn

In Episode 12 of Brooklyn Historical Society’s podcast Flatbush + Main, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia examine the work of a group of remarkable female photographers who have taken Brooklyn as their subject. Featured are an interview with “The Face of Brooklyn” artist Nora Herting, a discussion of the life and legacy of street photographer Lucille Fornasieri Gold, and excerpts from oral histories with three Brooklyn photographers–Lucille Fornasieri Gold, Marianne Engberg, and Delphine Fawundu-Buford. For complete show notes, go to www.brooklynhistory.org/flatbush-main. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review Flatbush + Main on iTunes at brooklynhistory.org/fm-itunes. Continue reading

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Photo of the Week: She said, She said exhibition

It’s with great pleasure that I announce the opening of the exhibition She said, She said: Art and inspiration in the work of Nell Painter and Lucille Fornasieri Gold.  If you weren’t already aware, Lucille Gold generously donated a set … Continue reading

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Brooklyn History Photo of the Week: A Man and His Dog

Lucille Fornasieri-Gold donated ninety-three color and black and white photographs to Brooklyn Historical Society in 2008, including this one of a man and his dog on a bench in Prospect Park. Lucille Fornasieri-Gold was born in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn in … Continue reading

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