Tag: Bruce Gilden

  • Blind – Bruce Gilden: “It Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect, It’s Organized Chaos”

    https://www.blind-magazine.com/en/stories/1286/Bruce-Gilden-It-Doesnt-Have-To-Be-Perfect-Its-Organized-Chaos-1 In December 2019, Bruce Gilden frequented one of Palermo’s most typical markets, Ballarò, for about a week. Attracted by the genuine rough faces of its vendors and buyers he spent hours strolling its narrow streets.

  • 11 Photographers on Seeking the Unexpected in Their Work

    11 Photographers on Seeking the Unexpected in Their Work Sabiha Çimen, Susan Meiselas, Alex Webb, and more on how happy accidents and unusual turns led to their most memorable images.

  • Turning Points: Life-Changing Moments by Magnum Photographers – Photographs and texts courtesy of Magnum Photos | LensCulture

    https://www.lensculture.com/articles/magnum-photos-turning-points-life-changing-moments-by-magnum-photographers From iconic images of major world events, to intimate moments of pleasure and delight — here is an outstanding selection of remarkable images from Magnum Photos — each with a personal story.

  • 13 Photographers on Turning Points in Their Work – Aperture Foundation NY

    13 Photographers on Turning Points in Their Work Turning points in the lives and works of photographers often span the extremes—from global and national events to the most personal moments. Photographers such as Alec Soth and Zun Lee are able to not only bear witness to events that shape our collective history, but also to […]

  • Bruce Gilden : Lost and Found

    https://loeildelaphotographie.com/en/bruce-gilden-lost-and-found-pp/ In collaboration with Magnum Photos, 10 Corso Como New York presents LOST AND FOUND, an exhibition of Bruce Gilden’s early New York street photographs from the mid 70s through 80s as well as his more recent fashion images.

  • A photographer looks back at his work in New York City in the 1980s – The Washington Post

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/photography/2020/01/29/photographer-looks-back-his-work-new-york-city-1980s/ Bruce Gilden calls the photo “The Strangler.” The long-time Magnum photographer was just walking down a street of New York when he came across the scene. “It’s one of the few pictures where I can remember the scenario,” he said. “These two guys were having this battle in the street. They were so drunk […]

  • Bruce Gilden’s Gritty Vision of a Lost New York | The New Yorker

    [contentcards url=“https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/bruce-gilden-gritty-vision-of-a-lost-new-york”] Bruce Gilden’s Gritty Vision of a Lost New York | The New Yorker Street photography has always been a predatory enterprise. Traditionally, the intrepid photographer sets out on the streets as if on safari, picking off prey with a camera unobtrusive enough to not raise the hackles of the local wildlife. (The 35-mm. […]

  • Unseen Photographs Documenting the “Crass, Vulgar” Side of 1970s New York | AnOther

    [contentcards url=“https://www.anothermag.com/art-photography/12050/bruce-gilden-lost-and-found-unseen-photos-of-new-york-1980s”] Unseen Photographs Documenting the “Crass, Vulgar” Side of 1970s New York | AnOther Lost and Found, Bruce Gilden’s new photo book, comprises images the photographer took 45 years ago on the streets of New York, which he rediscovered last year by chance

  • Listen to Martin Parr and Bruce Gilden Talk Photography |

    [contentcards url=”https://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2019/05/listen-to-martin-parr-and-bruce-gilden-talk-photography.html”] Listen to Martin Parr and Bruce Gilden Talk Photography | In “Sofa Sessions,” a new video series from the Martin Parr Foundation, you get a chance to see just that. In the latest installment, Parr sits down for a chat with street photographer Bruce Gilden. The two discuss Gilden’s background. thoughts on photography […]

  • Bruce Gilden Has Balls | Leicaphilia

    [contentcards url=”http://leicaphilia.com/bruce-gilden-has-balls/”] Bruce Gilden Has Balls | Leicaphilia I like Gilden. It takes a lot of balls to walk up to someone on the street and push a flash camera in their face. Does it take some special photographic talent? No. But that’s not the point. It takes a certain unified vision. The point is […]

  • Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 23 November 2018 – Photojournalism Now

    [contentcards url=”https://photojournalismnow43738385.wordpress.com/2018/11/23/photojournalism-now-friday-round-up-23-november-2018/”] Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 23 November 2018 – Photojournalism Now This week on Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – the new Leica Gallery opens in Melbourne with an exhibition by Magnum Photo’s Bruce Gilden. Plus entries are open for the Australia+New Zealand Photobook Awards and also Head On Photo Awards.

  • Bruce Gilden’s Farm Boys & Farm Girls – The Leica Camera Blog

    [contentcards url=”http://blog.leica-camera.com/2018/04/23/bruce-gildens-farm-boys-farm-girls/”] Bruce Gilden’s Farm Boys & Farm Girls – The Leica Camera Blog At Photo London 2018 the street photography legend exhibits his series shot with the Leica S

  • See Photographer Bruce Gilden’s ‘Blunt’ State Fair Portraits

    [contentcards url=”http://time.com/fair-faced/”] See Photographer Bruce Gilden’s ‘Blunt’ State Fair Portraits Bruce Gilden has shadowed the residents of cities around the world, capturing the dark side of urban dwellers with a flash in hand. His often-confrontational take on street photography is framed within his modern day film noir sensibility. Since the start of his career in […]

  • Exploring Detroit’s Soul – The Leica Camera Blog

    Exploring Detroit’s Soul Street photography can come in many shapes and sizes. For Bruce Gilden, it has a strong definition, one that is exemplified by the close up images he takes of people in the streets. “Detroit: Against the Wind” is Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden’s ode to the Midwestern city and its inhabitants. The exhibition, […]

  • LFI artist talk – Bruce Gilden (video) | Leica Rumors

    LFI artist talk – Bruce Gilden (video) Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden is talking about his projects: Coney Island, Haiti, Black Country and American Made.

  • Bruce Gilden’s Mardi Gras – The New Yorker

    Bruce Gilden’s Mardi Gras We find here, of course, the mirth of the party, though less than we might expect, as well as many photos in which the “underdog”—Gilden’s preferred subject—has his day

  • Bruce Gilden & the Absence of Empathy | PhotoShelter Blog

    Bruce Gilden & the Absence of Empathy I confess to being previously enamored of Gilden’s style – if nothing else, I have respect for people who do “their thing” for years and years. But after reading May’s article, and seeing Gilden’s images shot over a paltry two days, the love affair is over. Gilden’s images […]

  • Listen: Is Bruce Gilden’s ‘Two Days in Appalachia’ Poverty Porn? | American Photo

    Listen: Is Bruce Gilden’s ‘Two Days in Appalachia’ Poverty Porn? Roger May, the director of Looking at Appalachia, which recently got some nice coverage on Lens, was invited on West Virginia’s “Front Porch” podcast to discuss. Embedded above, you’ll hear 20 minutes of very fair criticism exploring whether Gilden’s garish images feed into existing stereotypes […]

  • A Collection of Bruce Gilden’s Up Close and Personal Portraits – Feature Shoot

    A Collection of Bruce Gilden’s Up Close and Personal Portraits “They’re my friends for twenty minutes,” says New York City-based photographer Bruce Gilden of the personalities that together make up his newest book Face. Over the past few years, he has collected the countenances of those who spend their lives overlooked and unseen in crowds, […]

  • Bruce Gilden’s Face: An up close and personal look at people often ignored (PHOTOS).

    Bruce Gilden’s Face: An up close and personal look at people often ignored There are 50 portraits in Bruce Gilden’s new book, Face, published by Dewi Lewis, and it’s a safe bet you’ll probably remember all of them.