Ludwig Haskins gave a talk on his father’s career for #picbod discussing the creative contexts and continuing influences of Sam’s work. One of the greatest photographic talents to emerge from South Africa, Sam remains more than ever, a potent influence on creative, portrait, glamour and fashion photography. He leaves a stunning artistic legacy and a very inspiring example of the photographer as the committed artist at work on every detail of his creation. See more at www.samhaskinsblog.com
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Next week we are fortunate enough to be joined by Ludwig Haskins who will talk about the life and career of his father Sam Haskins. The chance to hear this talk alone is a fantastic opportunity, but as an added bonus, Ludwig is kind enough to bring along one of Sam’s books to be offered as a prize to one very lucky member of the audience!
Tuesday 1st March, 1pm
Photography Lab (ETG10), Ellen Terry Building, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5RW
Sam Haskins, author of the legendary ‘Cowboy Kate and other stories’ (1964) died at the age of 83 in November 2009. Ludwig Haskins will be giving his first ever talk about his father in March at Coventry University. Ludwig will cover the key early influences and creative context of Haskins’ career, and provide ample historic and contemporary examples of how he continues to exert wide spread influence on fashion, glamour and . . . → Read More: Guest Lecture: Ludwig Haskins on Sam Haskins