The last few months have been a unique period of time, singular in our lifetimes. We’ve had to find ways to adjust our day-to-days, to look after ourselves and those around us, find new routines and reflect on the important things. Many photographers have used their practice to makes sense of it all. We first became aware of Jamie Sinclair’s work through his ‘Unrequited Love’ project, a gently emotional project about a ballet dancer and what it means to give […]
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.
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 […]
To coincide with the publication of his latest book we are proud to host John Angerson in conversation about ‘English Journey’ at Village bookstore in Leeds. +++ Friday 20th Sept, 2019. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm Village, Leeds Free Entry +++ In the eighty-five years since J. B. Priestley made his English journey, England has changed on a mammoth scale. Priestley was walking through a country that still depended on agriculture and heavy industry; a country ravaged by poverty […]