Wounded: The Legacy of War, the photography book Bryan Adams published last November, will be the focus of an exhibit starting this November. Images from the book will go on display at Somerset House in London from November 12th through January 25th.

Adams says taking the photos of the wounded servicemen was “extremely humbling,” adding that he is “quite proud of this work because it is a document of a particular time in our lives that I think is very important that we don’t forget. It’s very important we remember these people and it’s very important that we remember to choose the right kind of politicians to lead us into these kinds of engagements, because this is something that I don’t think a lot of people wanted to happen.” The whole project took Adams five years to complete.

Adams starts a short run of U.S. dates on Sunday in Minneapolis in support of his new album, a collection of covers called Tracks of My Years.