Bruce Davidson interview in the New York Times


“East 100th Street.” New York City. 1966. (c) Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos

I’ve heard it said that the greatest photography magazine is the New York Times. Living on this side of the pond it’s hard to get a physical copy of it, but they do have a good online blog. Today they have an interview with legendary Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson.

“… What happened is she ran off with an English professor. He was an older man. I was left with Cartier-Bresson, which was good enough. …” – Bruce Davidson

Read the interview and see some of his great photographs at the NY Times by clicking here.

Seidl have released a new 3-box retrospective of Davidson’s work from 1954 to 2009. Details here

– Rory

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One response to “Bruce Davidson interview in the New York Times

  1. great interview!

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