Hamilton, Peter
January 2008
New Humanist;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 123 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
The article profiles two photographers, Emil Otto Hoppé and Don McCullin, in London, England. It states that Hoppé and McCullin share a fascination with social relations, with the everyday and the unremarked. It adds that McCullin is best known as a war photographer, but he is also a great documenter of another form of conflict between rich and poor.


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