American photographer Steve Schapiro is now 81. He is known for his photos of key moments of the Civil Rights Movement such as the March on Washington or the Selma to Montgomery March. “In documentary, you are trying to record a moment. You are not just trying to get close enough to get a portrait, you are trying to get a sense of the time period and the place", he mused when addressing the differences between photographic forms. In short, he’s a photographer whose eye brought him into creative collaboration with David Bowie, a friendship with Andy Warhol, on set as a photographer for Martin Scorsese’s "Taxi driver", and saw him write history when he was the first on the scene after Martin Luther King was assassinated. His latest coffee table book, "Bowie by Steve Schapiro" features mostly never-before-seen photographs of the late polymath.