Review: Don McCullin Photography Exhibition at Tate Britain

At the entrance to the exhibition of Don McCullin's photographs at Tate Britain, London

At the entrance to the exhibition of Don McCullin’s photographs at Tate Britain, London

Black and white and not very big, each frame – and there are rooms of them – shows what it felt like to be there. Not easy most of the time, but so compelling.

The exhibition of photographs taken by Don McCullin over the last sixty years is on at the Tate Britain in London until 6 May 2019. I went last week…so did plenty of others.

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Review: Photography – Jake Galson breaks the blink barrier

Jake Galson - self-portrait

Jake Galson – self-portrait

“I am always trying new things, and aim to take pictures that portray the subject in a way that cannot always be seen by the naked eye.”

Galson, a graduate of Pembroke College, Oxford, with a degree in biological sciences, and a DPhil in Paediatrics, challenges the link between retina and brain and asks us to look again.

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