Irwin Klein Is represented by the Domeischel Gallery, for a selection of his works from his exhibit please click on the image below.
The Domeischel Gallery: Brooklyn Slides
View a selection of Irwin's color work at the The Domeischel Gallery website.
The New Mexico Historical Review
From Innocence to Experience, Irwin B. Klein and “The New Settlers of Northern New Mexico, 1967–71”, By Benjamin Klein and Tim Hodgdon.
This article appears in vol. 87, #1. It represents the first historical and cultural analysis of Irwin's work. Please click on the image for a link to the website where this may be purchased.
Rearview Mirror: A 60′s Journey
A video by Irwin's brother Alan Klein. A mixture of old footage, beat poetry and Irwin's photographs. Click image below to view on youtube.
ONLY THE DEAD KNOW BROOKLYN
A Photographic Transmigrative Opera in Five Acts (1972-1974). Irwin's last work, the color Brooklyn slides, organized, edited and conceptualized by Alan Klein.
PDN’s Photo of the Day
Irwin's iconic "Minnesota Fire" picture was featured as Photo District News' Photo of the Day on April 10th, 2009.