Bruce Jefferies Reinfeld is from Philadelphia. His passion for photography began with his drive to capture images of the immediate world and the people that surrounded him. Through his early years of intensive self-study, he later honed his craft at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and at NYU, Tisch School of the Arts in NYC. Bruce’s personal philosophy focuses on the belief that beauty surrounds us all. It exists even in the most common people, animals, and things. However, the distraction of our daily lives blinds us to this beauty, leaving us to just pass them without providing the appropriate recognition of their existence. Bruce’s mission is to direct us to see the beauty in unusual things, like the Lone Star Bus, Bull’s horns, a rusting Cadillac, or the palm trees of Coconut Grove. . As Franz Kafka wrote so eloquently: “Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old”. It is for that reason collectors love Bruce Reinfeld’s photographs. They point us to the simple things we would have never paid attention to or enough attention to otherwise, and he has inspired us to feel as timeless as his works. Reinfeld has developed an extraordinarily intense and interdisciplinary artistic research, exploring visual arts, music, graphic design, fashion, poetry, and urban performances, resulting in a conceptual and metaphysical reaction. For 2019, under the moniker, Hifidisco, he has released his lenticular shape series. A study of abstract pattern, color, and movement launched softly in December 2018 at Art Basel in Miami. Along with the top names in contemporary art, art collectors, designers and curators took notice. Look for this body of work to gain steam over the next year as he continues to push forward making the lenticular series a must-have for those seeking something special...
Photography, black, white, color,