Never-Before-Seen Images from the Archive of Bruce Davidson

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Selected by the acclaimed photographer from his vast archive, this exhibition at Howard Greenberg Gallery will present previously unpublished work dating from 1957-1977. The photographs represent the arc of Bruce Davidson’s versatile career with individual images that were overlooked at the time. Some are from Davidson’s most well-known series—East 100th Street, a look at one Harlem block in 1966-68; Brooklyn Gang, which followed a group of teenagers in the summer of 1959; Time of Change, his Civil rights photographs from 1961-65; and Subway, a look at life on the trains from 1977. Other works, in the streets of New York, the markets of Mexico, or the wilds of Yosemite, stand apart from those series though remain characterized by a creative…

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