Lend Your Ears + Open Your Eyes16 JAN 2020 12:00 AM
8. Jordan Curtis Hughes
Mike Skinner of The Streets, Birmingham
Chromogenic print on paper
42 x 59 cm.
Created in 2018
This artwork is number 1 from an edition of 5.
£640 - 1,000View shipping estimates
Jordan Curtis Hughes took this photograph of The Streets front man Mike Skinner during his 2018 comeback show in his home town of Birmingham.
Crowd surfing thousands of adoring fans - the epitome of cool. However, NME reported that moments after this shot Mike Skinner actually dislocated his shoulder...
Jordan Curtis Hughes is a young photographer capturing the ever changing landscapes of music and politics. His editorial, advertorial, portrait and live music photography is highly sought after.
Notable works include his portrait of Taylor Swift for the cover of the NME, Mike Skinner for the cover of Q, Loyle Carner, Skepta, the hero imagery for a Vodafone advert with John Boyega as well as a Footlocker campaign with Stefflon Don.
Recently his work capturing live music has led him around the world. Currently he is on a world tour with Grammy nominated and Brit Award/Ivor Novello winning band The 1975.
Recent exhibitions: This Ain’t a Culture, Boxpark Shoreditch, 2017. London Nights, Museum of London, 2018