Interview with Don McCullin

By Peter Zimonjic, Managing Video Editor and Content Writer, NGC on February 20, 2013

British photographer Don McCullin, famous for his conflict photographs taken around the world during the 20th century, talks with ngcmagazine.ca about the personal cost of recording the horrors of war, famine and violence, where he would like to see his photographs on display and what kept him going through a very long, and very dark, career.

The exhibition, Don McCullin: A Retrospective runs from 1 Feb until 14 April 2013.

Don McCullin, Old Vietnamese man, Tet Offensive, Hué, South Vietnam (February 1968), gelatin silver print, 27.4 x 41.9 cm. © Don McCullin / Contact Press Images 


By Peter Zimonjic, Managing Video Editor and Content Writer, NGC| February 20, 2013
Categories:  Artists|Videos

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