BRUCE DAVIDSON talks about Henri Cartier-Bresson:
first became aware of Henri Cartier-Bresson while
I was in college, when I was introduced to the
Decisive Moment. His tender portrayal of African
Americans gave them a sense of dignity and humanity,
and those images were embedded into my consciousness.
His insights were reflected in major bodies of
work of mine “Time of Change - civil rights
movement 1961-1965” and “East 100th
Street - two years on one block in Spanish Harlem
1966-1968”. They helped me to see and bear
witness to those in need with compassion, and
made it possible for me to see more deeply.
Bruce Davidson, July 2003
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