Chris Floyd ‘Leeds 140 Characters’ sessions
Leeds, United Kingdom
Chris Floyd 'Leeds 140 Characters' sessions
As part of the forthcoming Chris Floyd exhibition, White Cloth Gallery have teamed up with the celebrity photographer Chris Floyd to run the ‘Leeds 140 Characters’ sessions. Come down to the gallery on 16th or 17th June, any time between 10.00 am and 7.00 pm on Saturday or between 11am and 5pm on Sunday, and join celebrities such Sir Paul McCartney, Gwyneth Paltrow and Lily Allen by being photographed in Chris’ inimitable style.
Individual portraits or portraits of groups of friends or family start at only £30, printed in black & white on high quality 10” x 12” C Type Matte finish paper, and will be available for collection from the gallery from Monday 25th June.
The last event held in London in September 2012, attracted almost 350 people so book your place now to avoid disappointment. Extra prints can be ordered on the day for only £10 a print.
Term and Conditions
Customer’s arriving should expect to have a 5 -10 minute sitting with Chris Floyd and be able to choose from 8 shots.
Your picture will be printed, black and white, on high quality 10” x 12” C Type Lustre finish paper.
Pictures are available for collection from White Cloth Gallery from w/c 25th June. Postage will incur extra charges.
Customers may have to wait a few minutes for their session.
A little about the exhibition
Internationally acclaimed, award winning portrait photographer and film maker Chris Floyd was feeling lonely. In 2010 he decided to begin photographing people that he followed on Twitter. The project ended where it had to; after 140 characters, the maximum length of a tweet. Floyd will be bringing his unique images and innovative events programme to White Cloth Gallery in June 2012. Running for seven weeks, 'One Hundred and Forty Characters' is a cutting edge project and an unique portrait collection of 140 individuals. The exhibition is the culmination of Floyd's quest to put faces to the online Twitter names that he had become familiar with online.
One year in the making, this pioneering exhibition features images inspired by Floyd's interaction with the photographers, editors and other individuals he follows on Twitter, some of which he spoke to on a more regular basis than his closest, dearest friends and family. The portraits, all shot on a white backdrop in the artist's studio, include a mix of people from all walks of life.
We're delighted that Chris Floyd's innovative Twitter project will be the second exhibition at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds.