Reviews Art

Life Interrupted

BMJ 2004; 329 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.329.7479.1409 (Published 09 December 2004) Cite this as: BMJ 2004;329:1409
  1. Raghav Chawla (rchawla@bmj.com), fifth year medical student
  1. University of Lausanne, and BMJ Clegg scholar

    An exhibition of photographs by Don McCullin about HIV and AIDS, County Hall Gallery, London, until 10 January 2005 (open Friday to Sunday only), admission free

    The exhibition will tour the UK and Ireland throughout 2005. See http://www.christian-aid.org.uk/ for further details

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    Words and figures are not enough to describe the suffering that is caused by the AIDS pandemic. In his new exhibition, Life Interrupted, Don McCullin uses black and white photography to tell us the astounding stories of the people he has visited.

    A world renowned photojournalist, McCullin travelled to South Africa …

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