Bruce Davidson (1933, Illinois) started taking photographs at the age of 10, when his mother built him a darkroom in their basement. Davidson is a humanist photographer and is known for photographing communities that are usually hostile to outsiders and capturing the reality of the lives of people marginalised by society. In this way, his work provides a unique perspective on 20th-century life in the United States. This retrospective, the first of its kind in Spain, chronicles the photographer’s long career and includes works from some of his most famous series, such as Brooklyn Gang, East 100th Street and Time of Change: the Civil Rights Movement.
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