Written by Michela | 5 April, 2012
Don McCullin (London, 1935), one of the myths of photography of the twentieth century, was the witness of many of the conflicts and tragedies that characterized the second half of last century. To involve as a photographer and photojournalist were, and, collective suffering, whether they are the result of conflict declared, and wars, addressed, ethnic conflicts, that the social tragedy and emergencies: Urbane le gang, the different marginalization, the tragedy of AIDS in Africa.
A Palazzo Magnani, From May 11 15 July, The exhibition Don McCullin. The impossible peace. From photographs landscapes of war 1958-2011 tells of the twentieth century of our planet as seen through the eyes of this extraordinary witness of time. One proposed by Sandro Parmiggiani and Robert Pledge, curators of the exhibition, is a path of enormous expressive power, long 160 images – strictly in black and white photographs, all printed personally by McCullin – taken in some of the theaters where McCullin has voluntarily chosen to be present.
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