Ultra Vie blog has listed Bruce Davidson's England / Scotland work on exhibit at Photo London as a favorite among others. Kirty Verma shares:
"Returning for its second year, Photo London 2016 promises to reach vertiginous heights in its quest to maintain the glowing reputation of London’s leading photography fair. Taking place between 19-22 May at London’s Somerset House, Photo London will showcase the best of international photography with over 80 exhibitors."
Born in Illinois, in 1933, Bruce Davidson is an American documentary photographer. His initial foray into the world of street photography came at the age of ten, when he picked up a camera for the first time. Upon graduating college, he was drafted into the army and met the inspiring force that was Henri Cartier-Bresson. In 1958, Davidson joined Bresson’s successful collaborative company, Magnum Photos. His work presents an unflinching, in-depth social commentary on the unsettling reality of life in the streets, poverty, racial identity and discrimination. His documentation of the American Civil Rights movement is particularly profound. Davidson has been featured in countless exhibitions worldwide.
Other honorable mentions include Steve McCurry at Peter Fetterman, Irving Penn at Howard Greenberg and Chris Killip at Eric Franck Fine Art. See the write up in full at ultravie.co.uk/blog
Visit Photolondon.org for full fair details.