Protest March from Selma to Montgomery. Alabama, USA. 1965. by Bruce Davidson.
6″ x 6″ Magnum Square print
Fuji Crystal Archival Matte paper
Signed on verso by Bruce Davidson
In a sealed protective envelope
*Please note that the glossiness of the envelope might have caused some glare in the pictures
Statement from Bruce Davidson on the back of print “Protest March from Selma to Montgomery. Alabam, USA. 1965.”
“This photograph was taken during one of the 1965 protest marches from Selma to the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery. Martin Luther King Jr. led a group of African-American, nonviolent marchers to exercise their constitutional right to vote, in defiance of segregationist repression. This was a watershed moment in the U.S. civil rights movement. I came across this young demonstrator, wrapped in a flag, protesting racism; behind him is Father Sherrill Smith of San Antonio, a white catholic priest who protested against injustice for most of his life.”
Bruce Davidson began taking photographs at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. While attending Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University, he continued to further his knowledge and develop his passion. He was later drafted into the army and stationed near Paris. There he met Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the founders of the Magnum Photos.
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