The life’s work of veteran photojournalist Don McCullin will be celebrated in a limited-edition, large-format book, due out at the end of May.
Priced £650, Irreconcilable Truths is billed as the most complete collection of the photographer’s work ever produced.
Strictly limited to 1,000 copies worldwide – and each hand-signed by the photographer – Irreconcilable Truths contains more than 650 images on 1,300 pages.
The publication includes iconic work, alongside previously unseen photos personally chosen by McCullin from agency archives.
Housed in a presentation box, each volume comes quarter-bound in cloth.
The first volume is dedicated to War & Reportage; the second is devoted to Landscapes, Still Lifes & Travel; while the third volume is a specially updated version of McCullin’s autobiography Unreasonable Behaviour, featuring images and memorabilia from his personal collection.
Irreconcilable Truths will be published by Provocateur Press.
For details visit http://donmccullin.com
• Don McCullin will be among a host of renowned photographers to star at Photo London which takes place at Somerset House from 19-22 May. There will be a special exhibition of his work, and the public will also have the chance to meet the photographer when he will be in conversation with Tate photography curator Simon Baker.
[All images, courtesy The English Group]