‘We haven’t changed a thing’ Don McCullin on the limitations of war photography.

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PERPIGNAN, France — A 13th-century church is a fitting location for the exhibition of war photographs by Don McCullin, a man intent on paying public penance. Most photographers would be proud of the honors and accolades showered on Mr. McCullin at Perpignan’s Visa Pour l’Image festival this week.

Instead, he recoiled in shame, as if the words had wounded him.

 

http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/09/the-shame-of-memory-haunting-war-photographers/?_r=0

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