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Don McCullin "The Stillness of Life"
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Don McCullin "The Stillness of Life"

https://www.hauserwirth.com/stories/...eid=85565a1233

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Thank you, Huss, I've saved it, bookmarked it and have my evening planned. Along with Michael Kenna, Don McCullin is superb. Much appreciated.
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You're welcome Greg.
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Thanks Huss - bookmarked it as well
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Don't have the opportunity to view real McCullin prints over here in Asia, so I enjoyed the video tremendously. Thanks for posting.
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Lovely video. Thanks!
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I was due to visit the exhibition next week.

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Saw this before the lock down. Unfortunately, but wisely, he cancelled his talk the other evening. It is an excellent show - I am always impressed by the quality of his prints. Did you see his Tate Britain show? That was tough going by brilliant.
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Amazing work! Thanks for the link Huss!
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Having seen McCullin's London retrospective, this was on my list.

Thank you for the link.

What a wonderful ambassador is Don McCullin for black and white, and I understand he still prints all of his work. His images 'in the flesh' are something else.
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Amazed by the heft of that old Mamiya. I always thought he used a Nikon with 35mm film.
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Very nice - thank you.
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Don is always brilliant
From social commentary of Streets, War, Landscape
He does it all so eloquently
So pleased he found peace & refuge in Nature .

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Thank you Huss! That was wonderful!
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For more on Don McCullin, here's some videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPAKf6d5UzM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LALtLUjSeJs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4Ie0fx5bgM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uixbVTdEJE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEbpIMTle6U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOxVg4szqsk
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What I find inspiring about this is that it shows what you can do with a place you love and find solace in.
McCullin has taken English countryside shots to a personal and emotional level.
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