Don McCullin is recognised as our greatest living war photographer - a term he actually strongly rejects. London’s Imperial War Museum’s current exhibition Shaped by War, is an extraordinary retrospective of this internationally acclaimed photographer. Featuring over 250 of his most iconic, this compelling photography exhibition (previously shown in the IWM in Manchester), is McCullin’s largest solo show ever to take place in the UK and covers the 47 years of his photographic career, of which 18 were spent in war and conflict zones.
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