Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
12. Oct, 2012
Ben Clement is a Melbourne photographer who loves live music almost as much as taking photos. For the last two years Ben’s been working with local and international bands shooting live shows with the likes of Kimbra, Henry Wagons and Let Live.
Ben reckons these experiences on the road and in the studio help him with his portrait work, and his photos have appeared in places like Portable.tv, CHAMP Magazine and BEAT.
If your eye tends to be drawn to the finer things in life, then you'll be captivated by Henry Talbot's 1960s fashion photography exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Writers, publishers and book lovers alike flooded the walls of the National Gallery of Victoria over the weekend for the Melbourne Art Book Fair.
Milk Bar Mag chatted to comedy duo Andy Matthews and Matt Stewart about Logistical Nightmare, their show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the other happenings in their lives.
Wellness Clubbing at Bodhi and Ride mixes the fun of dancing with the positive affects of exercise.
The world's most hilariously morbid family are coming to St Kilda and spook you into laughter and song.
Milk Bar Mag spoke with jazz musician José James on his recent show for the Melbourne Jazz Festival.