FiftyCrows Fine Print Program – Bruce Davidson
One of the most important components of FiftyCrows is the Fine Print Program, which is a major source of funding for the foundations initiatives. These limited-edition prints have been donated by 35 masters of photography, such as Eve Arnold, Hansel Mieth, and Jacques Lowe. Purchasing a print from the FiftyCrows Fine Print Program enables the foundation to cultivate the future of documentary photography by creating more exhibitions, lectures, and grants. All the prints can be viewed and purchased online at the FiftyCrows website. Please note that if you become a member of FiftyCrows for $35/year you can receive a $200-$1500 discount on photographs from the Fine Print Program. Contact FiftyCrows at email@example.com if you are interested in membership or Fine Prints.
In the Fine Print Program, we have two images by Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson. Davidson was a major participant in documenting the American Civil Rights movement from 1961-1965. He has four books of images from New York City: Brooklyn Gang, East 100th St, Central Park, and Subway. His most recent book, Circus, looks at 3 American circuses and an Irish one-ring circus. At the moment, Davidson has two exhibitions in New York, Five Decades at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and East 100th St at Howard Greenberg Gallery.