Dawoud Bey on photography as a ‘transformative experience’
Clip: 03/15/2019 | 6m 39s
For decades, Dawoud Bey has been considered one of the country’s foremost street photographers, known for capturing the everyday lives of black Americans with a deep intimacy. Recently, Bey has shifted his focus to the historical, with an exploration of how the world might have appeared to fugitive slaves on the Underground Railroad. Jeffrey Brown talks to Bey about “making the invisible visible.”
Aired: 03/15/19Video has closed captioning.
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