Bruce Davidson – Black & White
"Black & White" is the definitive collection of Bruce Davidson’s black and white photography, spanning a period of forty years. This collectable five-volume set reprints of classic books of Davidson’s poignant and purposeful imagery, some of them newly edited and expanded.
The seminal bodies of work are Circus (1958), an intimate portrait of a dwarf clown; Brooklyn Gang (1959), depicting a group of troubled youths; Time of Change (1961-1965), a civil rights documentation in America; East 100th Street (1966-1968), showing life on one block in Spanish Harlem; and Central Park (1992-1995), exploring layers of life in New York’s famous urban oasis.
"Black & White" is a tribute to Davidson’s unique photographic achievement, and a powerful document of social change.
Limited Edition of 2,000 sets. A certificate, hand signed by the artist is included in volume 1.
|Cover||Cloth in slipcase
|Illustrations||with 591 ills|
|Contributors||Bruce Davidson, Emily Haas Davidson, Mildred Feliciano et al.|