Iconic photographer Don McCullin will discuss his career with television and radio broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby.
Beginning work in photojournalism at the Sunday Times Magazine in the 1960s, McCullin went on to become one of the greatest photographers of conflict, having travelled widely through Africa, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
McCullin has experienced some of the most terrible scenes in recent history and documented historic moments, from the construction of the Berlin Wall through countless conflicts up to the Falklands War.
This event will be taking place both in the MPF gallery and live via Zoom.
To ensure we can safely maintain social distancing throughout the event, we have reduced the maximum capacity of the MPF gallery to 40 people.
If you are attending the event at the MPF gallery, face masks are compulsory throughout the duration of the event.
If you are attending the event digitally via Zoom you can submit your questions via the Zoom chat function on the night.
Gallery ticket / SOLD OUT
Zoom ticket / £3, £5 or £10
Please pay what you can afford. Thank you for supporting the Foundation.
Signed books can be purchased in advance via the MPF website.
We have put in place the following measures to ensure the safety of visitors and staff at the Foundation.
– providing hand sanitiser that must be used upon arrival
– distributing hand sanitiser throughout the gallery
– ensuring that windows and doors are open to create a well ventilated environment
– installing social distancing markers in the gallery
– removing cash payments from the shop. Please bring a contactless card to purchase books, postcards and MPF ephemera
– if you are attending the event at the MPF gallery, face masks are compulsory throughout the duration of the event
Only visit when you, and everyone in your party, feels well and are symptom free.
29.09.2020, 7pm BST
This event will take place in the MPF gallery and via video-conference using Zoom
Approx. 1hr 15mins
If watching via zoom, you can access the talk using a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone
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£3 / £5 / £10
Please pay what you can afford
Bookings close 29 SEPT, 5PM BST