Bruce Gilden says youʼre looking at a street photograph if you can smell the street. Gildenʼs photos stimulate all the senses. Wandering city streets around the world with a camera in one hand and a flash in the other, he captures explosive black and white images of places and people. He finds the individuals who stand out in a crowd, the ones with stories to tell.
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