“Look, I’m kind of an explorer. I’m entering a world and it takes time.” A Magnum photographer, Bruce Davidson has been renowned since the late fifties for his photographs of
In the 1980s the Subway in New York was poorly run, poorly lit and considered dangerous. Photographer Bruce Davidson decided to head underground to embark on what he called ‘a
Acclaimed Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson discusses coming to London for the first time from his native New York, and the impact that the city had on his work.
Renowned photojournalist and Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson has been acclaimed for over half a century for his searing images of street gangs, circus performers and the civil rights struggles of
“For me, everything is sacred, whether I’m photographing a human being or a statue or the good earth. It’s sacred, I absorb it. I want to absorb it.” Interview with
Director Cheryl Dunn was commissioned by the Seaport Museum New York to make a documentary about photographers who have used New York City street life as a common thread in
The period from 1961 – 1965 was the defining era of the American civil rights movement. As a participant and observer of this struggle for racial equality, Bruce Davidson chronicled
Bruce Davidson – Making Contact (City Arts) November 27, 1998 (Thirteen/WNET) Fred Riedel, Producer nyemmys.org/en/cms/?65