Matthew Rolston’s acclaimed “Talking Heads” series to appear at Paris Photo Los Angeles

Select images from “Talking Heads: The Vent Haven Portraits,” the celebrated fine-art series by photographer and director Matthew Rolston, will be showcased at this year’s Paris Photo Los Angeles.

Highly anticipated among collectors, Paris Photo Los Angeles is the U.S. edition of the world’s preeminent art fair for works created in the photographic medium. On view will be work by 80 leading galleries and art-book dealers from 17 countries worldwide. Rolston’s images are among the works that esteemed gallerist Diane Rosenstein handpicked to exhibit at her booth.

 

Paris Photo Los Angeles.

Paris Photo 2015 at Paramount Studios, Hollywood, California. Photo courtesy Paris Photo.

 

The historic Paramount Pictures Studios will host the event, open to the public from for May 1 through 3. Rolston will be on hand April 30 for an exclusive VIP preview, signing copies of his Talking Heads monograph.

With Paris Photo Los Angeles, Rolston extends the incredible success that “Talking Heads” has enjoyed since he debuted the series in 2012. The portraits, which represent his first foray into fine-art photography, have drawn accolades from the press (ARTnews, the Los Angeles Times, Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, CNN, and others) and celebrities (such as Diane Keaton) alike.

 

Matthew Rolston, Hook Boy, from the series “Talking Heads,” pigment print, 60 x 60 inches (framed view). © Matthew Rolston Photographer, Inc.

Matthew Rolston, Hook Boy, from the series “Talking Heads,” pigment print, 60 x 60 inches (framed view). © Matthew Rolston Photographer, Inc.

 

For details on Paris Photo Los Angeles, please visit parisphoto.com.

To view more of Rolston’s “Talking Heads” portraits, and to read about the project, please visit matthewrolstontalkingheads.com.

For more information about Matthew Rolston, please visit matthewrolston.com.

 

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