The Howard Greenberg Gallery presents a selection of works by Don McCullin, spanning sixty years of the photojournalist’s career. The showcase is on view from September 11 to November 16, 2019.
Sir Don McCullin (born 1935 in London) is widely recognised as one of the greatest photojournalists of our time. Following his recent retrospective at Tate Britain, which drew more than 170,000 visitors, forty images from the photographer’s six-decade career are now on display at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.
McCullin has received numerous honours, including the World Press Photo Award 1964 for his coverage of the violent conflicts in Cyprus; in 2006, he was presented with the prestigious ICP Cornell Capa Award.
His images of Vietnam, Northern Ireland, Syria and many other sites of conflict are considered icons of reportage photography. Yet the showcase also features scenes of working-class life in England’s industrial north, as well as contemplative landscapes recorded near the photographer’s home in Somerset – capturing quiet moments of reflection amidst the human tragedies he has witnessed with his camera.
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