Photographs by Don McCullin. Text by Marc Mayer & Katherine Stauble.
Archive of Modern Conflict, 2013. 119 pp., 66 black & white illustrations, 9½x12¼".
Don McCullin has been making photographs for more than 50 years, first capturing the small dramas of everyday life in 1950s London, then travelling to the world’s most dangerous conflict zones, and more recently exploring the landscapes of Somerset in England. Published to accompany an exhibition of his work at the National Gallery of Canada, this book includes more than 130 works drawn from all of McCullin’s major series – his social documentary work in England, his Berlin Wall series, his award-winning work on war and famine, his anthropological expeditions, and his still lifes and landscapes.
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