XLR8R Photographer Shaun Bloodworth Announces Comprehensive Photo Exhibit in Sheffield
- Words: Glenn Jackson
- Photo: Shaun Bloodworth
A long-time visual documenter of the electronic music scene, XLR8R photographer Shaun Bloodworth has announced he will be staging an exhibition of photos and film at Sheffield's Bank Street Arts Gallery from April 28 until May 16 as part of the UK's Sensoria Festival. Containing over 200 photographs of live performances and portraits from a host of electronic musicians over the past six years, the exhibit, entitled Underground, will span over six rooms and feature a ticket-only night on May 7 with DJ sets from Mary Anne Hobbs and Grievous Angel. Along with the portrait of FaltyDL above, we've included some fine examples of Bloodworth's photographs to be displayed as part of Underground, below. Full details on the exhibition can be found here.
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