Tag : photography

Art | The North & Wind of Change – is John Bulmer’s iconic photography in the right space?

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John Bulmer, notable for his use of colour in photojournalism, once noted that the last thing he wanted was for his photograps to be on the walls of galleries. It seems ironic, then, that his ‘The North’ collection finds itself at the White Cloth Gallery, somewhat sidelined. His photographs are, in … Read More

Art | The Jimi Hendrix Experience – suitably psychedelic photographs

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Image: Gered Mankowitz In 1967, in the heady throes of rock and roll, photographer Gered Mankowitz took pictures of Jimi Hendrix. Captured just three years before the musician’s untimely death, the photographs represent the vibrancy of Hendrix’s momentous yet short-lived career. It is hindsight that gives this exhibition a tragic … Read More

Photography | Saturday Girl – the art of hairstyles

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Image: Casey Orr Most of us have cried over our hair at least once; it is quite literally the crowning glory of our personal aesthetic and one which we tirelessly cultivate. We chop, dye, curl, straighten then make it artfully messy again. Casey Orr’s exhibition ‘Saturday Girl’ at Gallery Munro … Read More

News | In Pictures – Leadership Race candidates face Question Time

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This year’s Leadership Race candidates faced the annual Question Time last Wednesday, where they were grilled about their policies and manifestos. LS was there to bring a break down of each candidate section. Tyron Louw LS Editor: Editor candidates Jasmine Andersson and Max Bruges want to introduce a weekly social … Read More

Photography | Afghanistan: A Distant War

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Image: Robert Nickelsberg, Prestel Publishing A poignant and sometimes disquieting book, ‘Afghanistan: A Distant War’ transports the reader to the infamous war torn country, past the glare of mass western media and deep into the less accessible (and quite frankly dangerous) sections of a society fractured by years of conflict. At … Read More

Photography | Douglas Kirkland – Cinematic photography at its finest

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Douglas Kirkland’s photography has made an indelible mark on the history of cinema. From Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to Titanic, Kirkland has captured freewheeling moments on set and off that have come to define modern film. In Freeze Frame, Glitterati’s portly yet substantial publication, Kirkland draws together over … Read More

Music | In pictures – dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip @ LUU

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On Friday 24th January, hip-hop duo dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip performed at Stylus, Leeds University Union. Here, LS Head of Photography Leo Garbutt brings you the event in pictures. The pair’s style is unique, mixing chaotic synths and electronically generated beats – courtesy of Dan le Sac (Daniel Stephens) … Read More

Art | D&AD: a design for life.

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Image courtesy of TASCHEN D&AD is an originally British and now wholly international organisation that rewards commercial creativity, the self-titled Nobel Prize of the creative industries. Their yearly annuals bring together the work of those who have been awarded their coveted Yellow Pencil, and a lucky few who have won … Read More

Photojournal | Going home – A Christmas storm

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I should have seen this coming. It’s Christmas Day and my family is persuading me to take the usual walk with them up to a large tree at the top of the hill near our house. I am not easily swayed as it’s always the same routine: a nervous shuffle … Read More