‘If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens, stepping forward with nothing but his own shadow – in the marsh, against the snow, along the causeway, over the brow. By now he is stripped of all superfluities. He is not a man in repose, who lingers lazily. He is striding into the wind, as always.’ Mark Holborn  Hauser & Wirth Somerset presents ‘Don McCullin. The Stillness of Life’, a focused presentation of over 60 landscape photographs, mapping Sir Don McCullin CBE’s intimate relationship with the local...
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