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Ralph Pucci L.A. exhibits "Art People: The Pageant Portraits," a new fine-art series by Matthew Rolston

Each year in Laguna Beach, California, participants in the “Pageant of the Masters” arts festival are costumed to look like key figures from famous works of art and take the stage to enact those masterpieces. 513 more words

Recent Work

Deluxe monograph “Hollywood Royale” secures Matthew Rolston’s place in the pantheon of Los Angeles image makers

There have been several lush coffee-table books showcasing Matthew Rolston’s iconic portraiture, notably beautyLIGHT and Big Pictures, but his latest monograph takes the important next step of contextualizing him from an art-historical perspective. 703 more words

News & Commentary

Video Review: En Vogue "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)"

A disco ball, lit in Parisian blue, spins from the ceiling. Against a white background, two male dancers perform a routine in silhouette.

Dawn, Maxine, Cindy, Terry, wearing silver mini dresses, dance against a Parisian blue background. 450 more words

Music Video

Today in Madonna History: August 10, 1998

On August 10 1998, Matthew Rolston wrapped up the 3-day shoot for Madonna’s The Power of Good-Bye music video. The video was shot in Los Angeles and Malibu Beach, California.


Video Review: Hilary Duff "With Love"

Hilay Duff smells a pink rose. After performing, the pianist and the audience claps for her. A golden border frames the video.

In an elevator, wearing a black wig cut into a bob, she sings. 398 more words

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Video Review: Sugababes "Hole In The Head"

Mutya, with smoky black eyes and dangling silver earrings, sings against a dusky background. She points to the camera, with Heidi and Keisha resting their heads near her shoulders. 626 more words

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