Jazz re:freshed has long been a haunt of creatives.
Maybe it’s the boundary pushing creativity of the bands, or perhaps it’s the non-conformity and uncompromising attitude of the musicians towards their art.
Whatever the reason, Jazz re:freshed attracts a faithful comprising of some extremely creative individuals, of which Nadjib Le Fleurier is undoubtedly one.
Not confined to one discipline, Nadjib’s talents are many and true the ethos of Jazz re:freshed, we are happy to support and recommend his latest exhibition of photographic works.
Alongside his ongoing conceptual work, exploring poesy of human life around the natural world, Nadjib Le Fleurier, has for years, followed and witnessed London’s live Jazz scene, taking photographs of over 400 musicians.
In this exhibition, he is unveiling for the first time, prints of his work around music, illustrating the deep, mental, emotional and physical bond between instrument and musicians.
Exhibition details are:
‘Selected Works’ by Nadjib Le Fleurier
At The Windmill, 57 Cricklewood Broadway, London NW2 3JX
From April 30th until June 1st
You can follow his work on his Facebook page HERE
Make sure you check it out!