BRUCE DAVIDSON

FRI MAY 9 2008 — SAT JUL 5 2008

Bruce Davidson began taking photographs at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. While attending Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University, he continued to further his knowledge and develop his passion. Bruce Davidson’s work is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum, as well as The Museum of Contemporary Photography. Recent exhibitions include Witness at the Robert Klein Gallery in Boston, Circus at the Magnum Gallery in Paris, and Road to Freedom: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement at the High Museum of Art.

BRUCE DAVIDSON - Untitled, East 100th Street (Teenage Couples on Stairwell and Street), 1966-68
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11 x 14 inch Silver Print
Signed in pencil verso

BRUCE DAVIDSON

Untitled, East 100th Street (Teenage Couples on Stairwell and Street), 1966-68
BRUCE DAVIDSON - Untitled, East 100th Street (Teenage Couples on Stairwell and Street), 1966-68

BRUCE DAVIDSON

Untitled, East 100th Street (Teenage Couples on Stairwell and Street), 1966-68
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11 x 14 inch Silver Print
Signed in pencil verso

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