This February we have Thomas Duffield welcomed back to tell us about his new body of work. Alongside him Simon Weldon will showing us his work exploring his relationship with his father. Both photographers work with representations of their own family and touch upon the dynamic between photographic work and family relationships. +++ Tuesday 25th February, 2020. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Simon Weldon To you all from us is an in progress, […]
The Miniclick Photography talks present a free evening of photography lecture from Melanie King and Giya Makondo-Wills.
Why not kick off the decade with two talks in January?! We are lucky enough to have friend of Miniclick, Jack Latham, in conversation with Bryony Good about his working process. Jack will discus both Sugar Paper Theories and Parliament of Owls and how he finds and investigates engaging documentary subjects and what drives him to create the photographic work he does. +++ Wednesday 22nd January, 2020. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Jack […]
For our first talk of the year we are kicking off with a Crime and Punishment themed month! Pete Brook and Roxana Allison both work to show us otherwise overlooked issues and environments. +++ Thursday 9th January, 2020. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds Free Entry +++ Pete Brook Born and raised in Lancashire, Brook now lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area, looking and commenting on the systems of law that operate in the […]
This year, for our Christmas Party, we are inviting you to dress in everybody’s favourite Christmas colours of Red and Green and join us for an evening of Christmas cheer! We will have music, beer and Christmas card collage making! We would love to see you all there. +++ Thursday 12th December, 2019. 8pm ’till late. The Brunswick, Leeds. Free Entry. +++
Guy Martin graduated with a B.A(HONS) in DocumentaryPhotography from the University of Wales, Newport. He has been a member of Panos Pictures since 2011. From January 2011 he began to document the revolutions sweeping through the Middle East and North Africa. From 2012 he was been based inIstanbul Turkey, where he produced ‘The Parallel State’ his first book about the rise of Turkish soft power and the complex new identities in the Turkish Republic. The book was published in […]
For November in Leeds we are taking a look at the relationship we have with both rural and urban environments with photographers Kate Mellor and Charlie Meecham. +++ Thursday 21st Nov, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm The Brunswick, Leeds FREE ENTRY +++ Kate Mellor This talk focuses on my use of alternative means of photography evidencing the limitations of both lensless and early analog cameras’ contribution to my practice. The first two bodies of work discuss pinhole photography […]
Laia Abril is a photographer and multi-platform storyteller whose work relates to femininity. Abril’s books include The Epilogue (2014), which documents the indirect victims of eating disorders, and A History of Misogyny: Chapter One: On Abortion (2018), about the repercussions of abortion controls in many different cultures. On Abortion won Photobook of the Year award at the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards. In 2018 she was awarded the Tim Hetherington Trust’s Visionary Award to work on A History Of Misogyny, Chapter 2: On Rape Culture. +++ Thurs […]