Matt recently had the pleasure of visiting Tate Liverpool’s Don McCullin exhibition. McCullin is one of the finest conflict photographers of the 20th century.
The retrospective exhibition boasts over 200 photographs from across McCullin’s 50+ year career. These range from his famous photographs from the Battle of Hue to his photographs of impoverished British towns to his enormously emotive photographs from the 1984 famine in Ethiopia.
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