Don McCullin is one of our finest photographers, not just of conflict or war, but of humanity. Through his lens, we see humanity at its worst, and at its best. He has covered many of the world’s wars and humanitarian crises: Biafra, the Belgian Congo, the Northern Irish “Troubles”, Bangladesh, the Lebanese civil war, El Salvador, and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. But he is most famous for his photos of Vietnam and Cambodia. His work, in projecting the realities of war into millions of living rooms back home significantly contributed to the growth of anti-war feeling.
He has travelled widely through Africa, India, the Middle East, and among the remote tribes of Sudan and Indonesia tribes living in Stone Age. His extraordinary photographs bear witness to the changing ways of life. This is an unique opportunity to meet one of the greatest photographers in the history of the medium.