A living legend of conflict photography doesn’t hesitate when war comes to his home town. Here, McCurry tells his 9/11 story, accompanied by a portfolio of his stunning Kodachromes from Ground Zero—some of which have never been seen publicly
Steve McCurry's storied career has produced an incredible wealth of iconic photojournalism. And while he is known for his far-flung coverage of foreign conflict, on September 11, 2001, his focus turned abruptly and inconceivably domestic. The work you see here--some of it appearing publicly for the first time--is a breathtaking testimony of Lower Manhattan as war zone.