Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro have been making photographs for more than 60 years. Davidson is a member of the Magnum Agency, a prestigious corps of photojournalists, and lives in New York City. Caponigro works in a formalist black-and-white landscape and still-life tradition, and makes his home in a small coastal town in Maine. Still Looking is a series of moments with these two master photographers in their homes. Still Looking was made in conjunction with the exhibition “Bruce Davidson/Paul Caponigro: Two American Photographers in Britain and Ireland,” co-organised by the Yale Center for British Art (where it was on view 26 June –14 September 2014) and The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens (on view 8 November 2014–9 March 2015).
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