History of Street Photography: Track A, Part 11A – Bruce Davidson

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Ed. Note: It was my intention to profile the last 3 photographers of the Rule-Making epoch at once. However, due to utter laziness, I’m posting these in 3 pieces, starting with Bruce Davidson. I’ll try to get to Elliott Erwitt and Robert Frank sometime this week. As always, I appreciate your patience for the long lag between posts, but Maria and I were a little busy with her move from England to the U.S. and our marriage and honeymoon in October. We’re back on the job now, and the posts should be coming pretty steadily from now on. *Bill knocks on his head.


Bruce Davidson was born in Oak Park, Illinois in September 1933. If one were to go by the Magnum Photos bio (below), one would come to the conclusion that he picked up a camera at seven, stumbled through the wildness until meeting the Wizard, Henri Cartier-Bresson, who…

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