L.J. Goldstein's Recent Honors, Publications and Exhibitions
Habitus: A Diaspora Journal will publish L.J.'s pre-K photo essay on the city's singular and dynamic post-K street culture in its special New Orleans issue.*
Although he is not a member of the press, the esteemed Press Club of New Orleans awarded L.J. First Place for his 2006 photo story "The Beat of the Street" that appeared in the Louisiana Endowment for Humanities Cultural Vistas Magazine.* This lead to L.J.'s One-Man Show at the Zigler Museum of Fine Art.*
Board of Directors and Members of the Black Men of Labor gave L.J. its highest Gold Honor for, "his extraordinary achievement, contribution, services and support in preserving one of the African and African American purest contributions to the world. Its Music". His 8' x 12' print was framed and displayed as the centerpiece of their decorated clubhouse for the kickoff of their 2006 annual parade. This is the first time a photograph has ever been used for this purpose.*
The Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana awarded L.J. a Certificate of Proclamation for his, "Contributions to the State, and for Shining the Light on Louisiana."
*See "about the artist" for more information.