Acclaimed American street photographer Bruce Gilden is notable for his high level of energy candid close-up portraits of people on the street and his cinematic imagery now in color.  His work is part of numerous museums and galleries around the world.  Gilden has published 9 books since 1998.  Bruce Gilden was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2013. He lives in New York. 

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What Really Makes Good Street Photography? An Interview with Bruce Gilden.

An honest, to the point insight into Street Photography with Bruce Gillden, circa 2014.


S Magazine in accordance with Leica, shot entirely by Bruce Gilden as he traipses across America, from state fair to state fair, to run-down neighbourhood.

"My photography has transformed into a personal comment on the state of the contemporary American Dream, and the anxiety about an often bleak and uncertain future that I discern in the eyes of my compatriots."


RATP welcomes Bruce Gilden into 16 metro and RER stations to exhibit exclusive works, a testimony to his perception of urban mobility, in five cities where the RATP Group operates: Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Manchester, New York and Paris.