by Bruce Gilden




Untitled by Bruce Gilden.

Specifications of Untitled

6″ x 6″ Magnum Square print

Fuji Crystal Archival Matte paper

Signed on verso by Bruce Gilden

Mint condition

Statement from Bruce Gilden on the back of print "Untitled"

"I thought I couldn't be better than Henri Cartier-Bresson so I decided to be the best Bruce Gilden I can be. At that time the cops would chase away the people selling Frankfurters with their carts on the street to give them a ticket. This guy was running away from them with his cart so as not to get a summons. The dog in the background completed the dance."

Artist Bio

Bruce Gilden is an American street photographer. He is best known for his candid close-up photographs of people on the streets of New York City. He has had various books of his work published. Also, he has received the European Publishers Award for Photography and is a Guggenheim Fellow. Bruce Gilden is an Iconic street photographer with a unique style. He was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1946. He first went to Penn State University but he found his sociology courses too boring for his temperament. So, he quit college. Gilden then briefly toyed with the idea of being an actor but in 1967, he decided to buy a camera and become a photographer. Gilden is substantially considered as a self taught photographer. Even though he did attend some evening classes at the school of Visual Arts in New York.

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