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
Phil Hession: My heart is always trembling, afraid I might give in, The Context Gallery, Derry
Irish folk music has played an intrinsic part in the socio-political history of the Irish working-class. Through this medium an injured party could publicly express their frustrations at the hardship.
Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski, Danse-moi vers la fin de l’amour, French Riviera, London
Danse-moi vers la fin de l’amouris the culmination of a project by the artists Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski. The project explores the freedoms that result from the hedonistic ritual of dance.