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- Posted on Dec 17th 2009 2:30PM by Emily Tan
The exhibit featured more than 25 photographs of various artists Malloy has had the opportunity to work with including the White Stripes, Ben Harper, Oasis and the Dead Weather. "[Photography] is something I just picked up along the years," Malloy tells Spinner. "A lot of it is while I'm filming, so I just kind of flip off and shoot some stills. What I like most about the photos is that they're the moments that didn't get filmed. They're kind of like the moments in between, and that's why it's been fun to blow them up because you're like, 'Wow, this is a cool time.'"
Aside from his photography, Malloy also screened his new movie effort with friend Jack Johnson, 'Jack Johnson En Concert', which documents the singer-songwriter's 2008 European tour. If that wasn't enough, Malloy also gave people the chance to preview the upcoming White Stripes documentary, 'The White Stripes: Under Great White Northern Lights.' Displayed on an old Sony television painted red and accompanied by white headphones, the clips showed Jack and Meg White exploring Canada and even features Jack donning a kilt when the two arrive in Halifax.
Singer-songwriter Neil Halstead closed the night with a 30-minute set which included a solo acoustic version of Mojave 3's 'Who Do You Love' and 'The Man in the Santa Suit' to spread some holiday cheer.
Malloy's photographs will be on display at the Morrison Hotel Gallery for the next three weeks.