Ayre Girl, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Brooks Boy II, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Cecil Wigglenose, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Elmer II, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Harry, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Hook Boy, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Joe Flip, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Jonathan Jones, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Marshall Boy, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Noisy Crachini, 2010

Archival Pigment Print
36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

 

 

Skinny Hamilton, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Anonyma Boy, 2010

Archival Pigment Print

36 x 36 Inches, Ed. of 8

 60 x 60 Inches, Ed. of 8

Biography

Matthew Rolston resides in Beverly Hills, California. In 1977, Rolston was ‘discovered’ by Andy Warhol, who commissioned portraits for proto-celebrity magazine, Interview, soon followed by assignments for Rolling Stone, from founding editor Jann Wenner, and from Vanity Fair magazine, under editors Tina Brown and later, Graydon Carter. This sparked an extraordinary career, with photographs published in Interview, Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, The New York Times and over 100 covers of Rolling Stone. Rolston’s images are notable for their glamorous lighting and detail-rich sets. His work has helped define the contemporary aesthetics of American portrait photography. Rolston’s photographs have been exhibited worldwide and are in the permanent collections of LACMA and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., among others.