THEFT IS NOT FLATTERY.
ART THEFT DISRESPECTS THE ARTIST, THEIR WORK AND HISTORY.
If you have purchased prints, reproduction rights, ephemera or any image created by the photographer Nat Finkelstein, without notice or compensation to the Estate of Nat Finkelstein, YOU have been robbed.
Due to flagrant and endemic copyright violations by (more than) a few, natfinkelstein.com will cease to feature the photographs of this photographer.
From the dog shows of Sports Illustrated in 1960... to Claes Oldenburg in Pageant Magazine in 1962... to the once-confiscated civil rights assignment for LIFE in 1965... to the Mexican curandera of a 1969 Psychedelic Review...
...To 1980s post-punk New York City... the international club kids scene of the 1990s... the erotica... Girlfriends... portraiture... abstractions... Nat's documentation of his very life on earth...
...AND the ever-popular body of photojournalism created by Nat Finkelstein within the nascent Andy Warhol industry...1965-1967 (particularly the images of Edie Sedgwick, Bob-Dylan-and-Andy-Warhol, and the Velvet Underground)...
YOU CANNOT SEE IT HERE.
Search Google for Nat Finkelstein. His images are bootlegged across the internet – by those who exploit and those who don't know better – where arrogance and ignorance overlap.
Nat's biography, selected writings and relevant links will remain available at this site.
NOTE: There are presently NO photographic agencies that represent reproduction of the work of Nat Finkelstein.
For legitimate inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
We love Nat, respect his legacy, and value his worth beyond capital.
Art endures, truth prevails. So does Nat Finkelstein.
The Estate of Nat Finkelstein