“Bob Moses’s civil rights activist work in the 1960s and his continued dedication to youth and education is inspiring. I’m a photographer working in and around cities, exploring the human condition. In these images, I meditate on the layered truth of the sixties, but also look to the future. These works depict contemporary times, but, as you can see, we are still marching and fighting for a just society, standing on the shoulders of giants.” — Andre Wagner
Andre D. Wagner is a contemporary American photographer born in Omaha, Nebraska. A graduate of Buena Vista University with a BA in Social Work, Wagner currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Wagner’s photography explores and chronicles the poetic and lyrical nuances of daily life and everyday people. His work remains rooted in photographic film; Wagner develops black and white negatives and makes gelatin silver prints in his darkroom.
Bob Moses, 1964. Photo by Mark Levy. In the collection of Queens College.
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