This November, Hauser & Wirth Somerset unveils an intimate retrospective by Britain’s most celebrated photojournalist, Don McCullin. The focused exhibition presents a culmination of work spanning the photographer’s career to date; from early beginnings in North London to extensive social documentary, unsparing war reportage, haunting Somerset vistas and contemplative still lifes. The retrospective maps over five decades of visual history.
Don McCullin, Conflict People Landscape, Hauser & Wirth Somerset
They Used to Call it the Moon, Baltic 39, Gateshead
This distinctly international exhibition, at Baltic’s sister gallery; Baltic39 (colloquially known as “B 3 9”), centres around such a rare shared subject, or more specifically “entity”: the moon.
Review of Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists, Tate
Painting Now at Tate celebrates a selection of five contemporary painters, each displaying a synopsis of their unique stylistic vision. Participating artists include Tomma Abts and Gillian Carnegie.