Gilden (Bruce)

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A short film that documents Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden hunting for images on the streets of New York City. "I'm known for taking pictures very close, and the older I get, the closer I get". Documentary Photography, Video Photography, Archive Video, Urban Fashion Photography, The Older I Get, Photographs Of People, Street Photographers, Video Film, New York Street

WNYC Street Shots: Bruce Gilden

Hunting for characters on the Streets of New York City with Magnum Photographer Bruce Gilden. Visit WNYC's Street Shots for more videos and a chance to share...

The Making Of … / Photographer Bruce Gilden – Black Country Faces / Multistory West Bromwich, Close Up Portraits, Living In New York, Street Photographers, Documentary Photography, Documentaries, Faces, Country, Youtube

The Making Of … / Photographer Bruce Gilden – Black Country Faces / Multistory

In 2013, Multistory commissioned American photographer Bruce Gilden to continue his Face series in the Black Country, where he focused on ‘the left behind’; ...

Bruce Gilden, At a flapper meet, a horse race that is not sanctioned by the Irish Racing Association, Dunmanwat, 1996 Close Up Portraits, Photographer Portfolio, Photographs Of People, Street Photographers, New York Street, Magnum Photos, Horse Racing, Irish Racing, Candid

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Bruce Gilden, At a flapper meet, a horse race that is not sanctioned by the Irish Racing Association, Dunmanwat, 1996

Bruce Gilden is a Magnum photographer who's work primarily includes New York City as well as work in Haiti and Asia. He has been photographi. Magnum Photos, Famous Street Photographers, Work In New York, Diane Arbus, Digital Museum, Close Up Portraits, Photographer Portfolio, Photographs Of People, Exhibition

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From the 1960s, Bruce Gilden has explored mainly the streets of New York but also those of Tokyo or Russia with a same goal: a will to capture faces, imposing faces. The American photographer once described his manner of shooting as ‘flash in one hand and jumping at people’ and some subjects do dislike this unexpected encounter that resembles that of a safari hunter - even more when we know that Bruce Gilden is usually clad in a multi-pocketed jacket and wears a bob hat. Having made his…