Until 4 March. Regarded as one of the most significant war photographers of the late 20th century, Don McCullin has documented the consequences of conflicts in war-torn regions such as Biafra, Cyprus, Lebanon and Vietnam.
In addition to his war photographs the celebrated English photographer is known for his studies of homeless people in east London and the urban landscapes of northern England, revealing the harsh reality of life for the poor in post-war Britain.
For the past two decades McCullin has captured rural landscapes and the former battlefields of the Somme.
Curated in collaboration with McCullin, the exhibition provides a broad retrospective of his photographic practice and distinguished career.
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