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Bruce Davidson: Time of Change

Transition Gallery

June 20 - August 29

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (woman sprayed by police hoses at Birmingham protest, Birmingham,  Alabama contact sheet), 1963
Gelatin silver print; printed 2019
20 x 24 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (March on Washington crowds contact), 1963
Gelatin silver print; printed 2019
20 x 24 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (a national guardsman stands outside a home during the Selma March from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama), 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed 1965
4 3/4 x 7 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (Viola Liuzzo's car, Selma March, Birmingham, Alabama), 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed no later than 1967
6 3/8 x 9 1/2 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change, 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed no later than 1969
6 1/2 x 9 3/8 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (demonstrators are sprayed by fire hoses), 1963
Gelatin silver print; printed no later than 1969
5 x 7 1/2 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (Selma, Alabama. MLK, led a group of marches from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama), 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1965
4 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (young man with "Vote" painted on his forehead walking in the Selma March, Selma, Alabama), 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed c.1965
6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches

 

Bruce Davidson, Time of Change, 1961 - 1965, Howard Greenberg Gallery, 2019

Time of Change (young man with "Vote" painted on his forehead walking in the Selma March, Selma, Alabama contact sheet), 1965
Gelatin silver print; printed 2019
20 x 24 inches