September 29, 2020



Black Hollywood: Here Before Now with Kwaku Alston hosted by Photoville and Leica

What does today’s Black Hollywood look like through the lens of a seasoned Black photographer?⁠

What does it mean to be positioned as a standard bearer or gatekeeper of sorts, when it comes to the creation of imagery that will ultimately be used to sell to and be relatable to diverse audiences?⁠

This Saturday, October 3rd 4-5pm EST, Photoville and Leica will be hosting “Black Hollywood: Here Before Now with Kwaku Alston” a virtual conversation where Alston will present images that span a 25 year career that has visually contributed to the black narrative in Hollywood. 






August 24, 2020 



The Killers : NME Magazine

Robert Ascroft captures The Killers for their latest feature in NME Magazine, where they discuss love, life, and the release of their record ‘Imploding the Mirage’ 






July 31, 2020 



The Power of Pleasure: Decoding the Art of Visual Seduction with Matthew Rolston

Saturday, August 1st from 10am PDT - 11:30am PDT

Matthew Rolston is going to be hosting a webinar to support the Los Angeles Center of Photography, now the last independent public photography institution in Los Angeles

Tickets are $45 and all proceeds go to the LACP.⁠




July 29, 2020 



Billboard : return of The Chicks (formerly The Dixie Chicks)

Kwaku Alston photographed The Chicks for their recent feature in Billboard Magazine. They discuss the release of their new album and the pivotal change of their name in support of protests over racial inequality. 





July 21, 2020 



Gamechangers: The Athlete: Photographs by Walter Iooss, Jr.

Auction online at Christie’s July  23- August 11 | Bidding Begins July 23

Walter Iooss has photographed thousands of athletes, including the most iconic stars in the biggest arenas under the brightest lights. His unrivaled ability to ‘get the shot’—a skill that has made him a legend among those he has photographed—has allowed him unparalleled access to the inner sanctum of club houses, team planes, and the homes of many athletes. He has gained the trust and admiration of many.

From what I can tell, Walter has never taken a bad shot of anybody or anything. Years later, working together on Rare Air, we had become so comfortable around one another that I barely had to look up. You don’t have to perform for Walter.—Michael Jordan.





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