- A Single Mother at an Address, which is Falsely Used to Claim Residency, Bradford, 1978
- Attacking Army, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 1971
- The Beatles, Limehouse, London, 1968
- A Confident US Marine Just Arrived in South Vietnam, 1967
- Gunmen, Limassol, Cyprus, 1964
- Ban the Nazis, Finsbury Park, London , 1961-1962
- Young Mods, London, 1962. Left to Right: Miki Simmonds, Peter Sugar, Mark Feld (Later Better Known as Marc Bolan of T. Rex)
These rare and, in some cases, unseen vintage prints dating back to the 1950s were selected from Don McCullin's personal archive and were made shortly after the photographs were first taken on assignments around the world. Intimate and physically modest, the prints provide access to events witnessed and recorded by a photojournalist working on the frontline of multiple, international flashpoints from Vietnam to Cyprus. Largely produced for a photo editor or agency in a pre-digital age, these historic prints have been visibly put to work and bear the physical marks of their use. In these pictures McCullin shares the telling details of a human face or the gestures of a hand. As he earns his subjects’ trust, he communicates their crisis. To comprehend each remarkable scene, the viewer is pulled in tight as if we are standing beside McCullin in proximity to an anxious soldier, a pointed gun or a grieving wife.