1960’s script – The Vietnam War and Don MCullin

The Vietnam War was undoubtedly a huge influence on the decades photographers and artists. One photographer who spent a lot of time photographing the conflict in Vietnam was Don MCullin.

MCullin’s coverage of the war often meant he was in the middle of the battlefield, putting his own life at risk to bring home images, that at times are excruciating to look at but often unforgettable. Many of his images are now regarded as iconic of the Vietnam conflicts due to their raw nature and brutal insight what the Vietnam war was like for those in the thick of the action.

In MCullin’s own words, what he saw during his time in vietnam made him ‘insane’… (goes to interview)


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