16 September - 28 October 2006

For an entire year in the early 1980s Bruce Davidson dwelt in New York City's underground; traversing six-hundred miles of subway lines with a Canon T-90, and a sunpak strobe hooked to the battery pack at his hip. Before the days of guarded subway depots and homeland security incentives, Davidson roamed freely amidst subterranean grafitti grottos, aiming his lens at the vibrant and virulent. ROSEGALLERY is pleased to present the culmination of Bruce Davidson's exploration—the only body of color work by New York's legendary photographer.