Bruce Gilden

“Foreclosures, The Broken Dream”

Born in 1946 in Brooklyn, he is known for his sharp portraits of people in the streets including those in New York. He made a poignant series about one of the consequences of the 2008 financial crash: expropriation in Florida.
His images are collected by the largest museums (MOMA New York, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Elysee Museum, National Contemporary Art Fund of Paris).

Exhibition in partnership with Magnum Gallery.

Awards:
2000, 1995, and 1979 New York Foundation for the Arts (Artist’s Fellowship)
1999 The Japan Foundation Artist’s Fellowship
1996 European Publisher’s Award for Photography
1992, 1984 and 1980 National Endowment for the Arts Photographer’s Fellowship

Bibliography:
The Small Haiti Portfolio (Limited Edition
Facing New York City
CRP Nord Pas-de-Calais, France
Blue, Notebook # 13
Haiti, Dreams and Nightmares
After the Off Haiti
Ciganos Go Coney Island New York City A Beautiful Catastrophe Magnum Stories Fashion Magazine, Magnum Photos.