THE use of photography in music and film is explored in this month’s Belfast Photo Festival, which celebrates some of the finest contemporary photography from Northern Ireland and further afield. Brian Griffin’s POP presents a series of rare and previously unseen photographs of some of the most influential figures in the music industry between 1978-1987. A renowned album-cover photographer who has shot for Depeche Mode, Elvis Costello, Iggy Pop and Billy Idol’s iconic Rebel Yell, Griffin’s exhibition showcases alternative images captured during the photo shoots for classic LPs. James Mollison’s body of work The Disciples, which will be presented as a large-format outdoor exhibition in the grounds of Belfast City Hall, is a highly entertaining take on contemporary music culture and the tribalism invoked by popular music stars. Other off-theme exhibition highlights include Air of the Anthropocene by Robin Price, which explores air pollution, and Ready? OK!, a group exhibition of photographic works exploring race, religion, gender, sexuality, and politics in sport. Torbin Bullock, a film editor at Pixar Animation Studios, who has worked on record-breaking box office hitsToy Story, A Bug’s Life, Monsters, Inc, Cars, Brave and Finding Dory, will make the trip from California to serve as the… Read full this story
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