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Don McCullin

Photographer McCullin’s lifetime of war shown in exhibition

LONDON: A retrospective of Don McCullin, one of Britain's greatest living photographers, opens in London on Tuesday, spanning 60 years of war zones and landscapes bursting with the same brooding intensity. The 250 black and white prints on show at the Tate Britain gallery were all developed by 83-year-old McCullin himself in his darkroom. Dating back to the late 1950s, they depict conflict zones ranging from Vietnam to Cyprus and Northern Ireland, but also urban and rural scenes in Britain, with a common thread of…