The Sozzani Foundation presents a selection of the most iconic photographs by Don McCullin from its collection.
Donald McCullin (1935, Great Britain) is internationally know as British photojournalist, particularly recognized for his war photography and images of urban style. Soon he was in the army in the RAF but he failt the examination to become a photographer because of the dyslexia so he spent his service in the darkroom. Between 1964 and 1984 he worked as an oversea correspondent for the Sunday Times Magazine realising shooting about wars in Cyprus, Congo, Biafra, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangladesh, El Salvador and Middle East. He has published more than a dozen of books and he has won many prizes such as two World Press Photo Award. In 2006 he was awarded with the Cornell Capa Award from the International Center of Photography in New York as recognition to have dedicate his whole life at photojournalism. He became tired of the bloody scenes so, since 1992 McCullin dedicated himself to shoot of landscapes in Great Britain, India and Africa. He testified the HIV scourge in South Africa, Botswana and Zambia. He has realised a book about the “lost tribe” in Ethiopia. He has also take photos about the surviving at the genocide in Darfur in 2007.
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