EXPOSURES captures the moods and experiences of fans and artists, both onstage and off.
Kate Killet shot Pitchfork Music Festival for Chart Attack back in July, capturing some of our favourite artists redeeming drink tickets in the Chicago sun, tattoos accessorized with summer dresses. But her festival spirit wasn't dampened by the change of season. For Halloween weekend, she ordered a plane ticket to Paris, grabbed her camera and film, and headed out for the bizarro version of her summer experience: indoor performances, considerably more "bonjours," artists replaced by vampire and skeleton versions of themselves. Check out her photos from Pitchfork Music Festival Paris below.
My home for the Halloween weekend, Pitchfork Paris takes place at Grande Halle de la Villette, a stunning 19th century glass & metal structure that stands in the centre of the Parc de la Villette.
The War On Drugs bring the Americana no matter what country they're in.
Jon Hopkins during a hypnotizing highlight of a set.
Matt May and Tim Keen of Ought taking a minute to catch their breath in the middle of an EU tour.
There was a station where you could make your own masks. So of course I stopped there.
Future Islands turned into "Boo-ture Islands" ft. Sampire on vocals.
Sampire/Samuel T. Herring finishing up the set with a crowd surf.
Beware of the bathrooms.
Lauren Mayberry of CHVRCHES in some festive skeleton makeup.
Even nuns love festivals! Think they're part of the church of St. Vincent...
As soon as Annie Clark walks on stage you will get chills. It's a fact.
Frida Kahlo keeping it real.
Ran into Dan Snaith aka Caribou in the crowd.
Foxygen a duo no more, now with many a supporting band member and dancers to boot!
Tobias Jesso Jr. stole some bite-sized chocolate bars from backstage and was kind enough to share.
Some Foxygen members enjoying Jungle's dance party of a set.
BFFs Four Tet and Caribou both after great sets, packing it up and ready to head out.
Sneaking backstage and wandering around, soaking in the last moments.
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