A fantastic exhibition of McCullin’s work has been touring the UK for the past few years and has now reopened, following lockdown, at Tate Liverpool.
Don McCullin is one of the world’s greatest photojournalists. Over the past 60 years he has covered wars, famines and the lives of people closer to home, especially those suffering the impact of deindustrialisation on the UK’s northern cities. A fantastic exhibition of McCullin’s work has been touring the UK for the past few years and has now reopened at Tate Liverpool.
The photographs in the show are unforgettable, often iconic and sometimes harrowing and are accompanied by McCullin’s brutally honest commentaries on the stories and people behind the images.
The good news is that the exhibition has just reopened following lockdown. the Tate has produced this excellent exhibition guide.