Bruce Davidson con Bruce Davidson: Black and White
"Black and White" is the definitive collection of Bruce Davidson's black-and-white photography, spanning a period of 40 years. This collectable five-volume set comprises reprints of classic books of Davidson's poignant 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 and White" is a tribute to Davidson's unique photographic achievement and a powerful document of social change.