After sixty years of war photography, Don McCullin turns his lens to the landscape
The updated retrospective published for McCullin's 80th birthday. Contains 40 new unpublished photographs and a new introduction — the definitive edition.
An extraordinary, never before seen visual record of one day in the life of the Beatles, by one of England's greatest photographers
A remarkable visual document of war and warfare to accompany a major new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, appearing from 6 February - 13 June 2010.
'No one has surpassed - in breadth, in directness, in intimacy, in unforgettability - the gut-wrenching work produced by Don McCullin.' Susan Sontag
'He has known all forms of fear, he's an expert in it. He has come back from God knows how many brinks, all different. His experience in a Ugandan prison alone would be enough to unhinge another man - like myself, as a matter of fact - for good. He has been forfeit more times than he can remember, he says. But he is not bragging. Talking this way about death and risk, he seems to be implying quite consciously that by testing his luck each time, he is testing his Maker's indulgence' John Le Carr-