This is the fourth installment the new online series by Peter Fetterman Gallery called the Power of Photography highlighting hope, peace and love in the world. We invite you to enjoy and reflect on these works during this time. Bruce Davidson (1933) Untitled, (Stickball Scene, Brooklyn Gang, NY), 1959 © Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos/Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery “Bruce Davidson’s Sunday morning “Stickball” is like an elegant ballet. The cars have just been given their weekly wash and there is that wonderful leisurely feeling after a frantic week no doubt. It’s a classic image capturing a community and spirit that we can only now look back on wistfully. So much has changed now.” Willy Ronis (1910-2009) Rue Muller à Montmartre, Paris, 1934 © Estate of Willy Ronis/Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery “I enjoyed such a wonderful 20 year collaboration with Willy Ronis. Whenever I was in Paris I would take him to dinner. One day I said I want to take you to the restaurant where you shot “Rue Muller”. We went there and the street hadn’t changed in over 60 years. I...
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