Bruce Davidson Jimmy Armstrong, The Dwarf. New Jersey, USA. 1958 © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Brooklyn Gang. New York City, USA. 1959. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Girl holding kitten. London, UK. 1960. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Memorial Day. Harlem, New York City, USA. 1962 © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Black Americans. New York City, USA. 1962. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Arrest of a demonstrator. Birmingham, Alabama, USA. 1963. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Crowds pack the National Mall during the March on Washington. Washington D.C., USA. August 28, 1963. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Woman with Toulouse-Lautrec painting in her shopping cart. Los Angeles, California, USA. 1964. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Led by Martin Luther King Jr., a group of civil rights demonstrators march from Selma to Montgomery. Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Child eating grapes, shadow of Bruce Davidson overlapping. Almería, Spain. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Little girl on a fire escape.Harlem, New York City, USA. 1966. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Portrait of a man. New York City, USA. 1966. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Black couple. New York City, USA. 1966. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Bessie Gakaubowicz, holding a photograph of her and her husband taken before World War II. New York City, USA. 1966. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Subway. New York City, USA. 1980. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Young interracial couple. New York, USA, 1992. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson View of downtown LA from Runyon Canyon Rd. Los Angeles, California, USA. 2008. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos

Fundación MAPFRE, Barcelona presents from May 26th to August 28th an impressive retrospective of American photographer Bruce Davidson.

This exhibition presents a survey of Bruce Davidson’s career, which spans more than 60 years. It focuses on some of the artist’s best-known series, including Brooklyn Gang and East 100th Street and photographs from the Civil Rights movement.

Davidson’s unique style of documentary photography and his interest in the struggles and triumphs of different groups allows for a unique perspective on life in the United States. The exhibition includes approximately 200 prints, presented in 16 thematic sections.

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