Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • Photographer Steve McCurry has produced some of the the most iconic images of all time, including 'The Afghan Girl'. An exhibition of his work about Afghanistan, spanning the past 30 years, will be on display in London at the Beetles + Huxley gallery starting on May 12, 2014. Here, an image from the exhibition shows the Hazrat Ali mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, 1992.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 2002. Band-i-Amir, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1984. "Young Men Train For War", Nangahar; Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. A village between Sarobi and Kabul, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1981. Camel caravan, southern Afghanistan,
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. Father and daughter at home, Kamdesh, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. Children work in an opium field in Badakhshan, which is Afghanistan's largest producer of opium, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1984. Mujahadeen stand atop a mountain in the Hindu Kush.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1980. Father and son, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. Rebuilding a kiln, Kandahar, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 2006. Bamiyan Mosque, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. "Man with Cloudy Beard", Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 2002. Woman in canary burqa.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. Kuchi nomads at prayer.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1992. Blue Mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 2006. Farmer walks through fields.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
  • 1981. An Afghan refugee, Baluchistan, Pakistan.
    Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos
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