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Mark Feeney

Feeney covers photography, film, and the arts. With the Globe since 1979, he was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in feature writing in 1994 and won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2008. He is the author of “Nixon at the Movies: A Book About Belief.”

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Photography review

At the PRC, getting a head start behind the camera

By , Globe Staff

“Early Works,” at the Photographic Resource Center, shows pictures taken by photographers when they were just taking up the camera.

Photography Review

Photo shows at Griffin focus on Mississippi and books

By , Globe Staff

Brandon Thibodeaux’s “When Morning Comes” and Magdalena Solé’s “Mississippi Delta,” and Bryan David Griffiths’s “The Last Bookstores” and Kerry Mansfield’s “Expired” are on display.

Alec Guinness: eluding description

By , Globe Staff

From “The Bridge on the River Kwai” to “Star Wars,” Guinness’s identity, ego — and face — disappeared into his many famous roles.

Photography Review

‘Gordon Parks’ shows mid-century America in black and white

By , Globe Staff

“Gordon Parks: Back to Fort Scott,” at the Museum of Fine Arts, is social history.