PBS has launched a new trailer for its future docuseries, Icon: Audio As a result of the Lens, which will investigate the background and worth of tunes and concert photography. The 6-portion sequence will premiere on July 16th and air on Fridays by August 13th.
A new trailer for the collection teases the a variety of aspects of songs photography that the sequence will check out, commencing with the premiere, “On Digicam,” which will delve into what tends to make an image legendary. “Music photography is like the audio itself,” historian Ashley Kahn claims in the clip. “It’s aspect of our cultural heritage it is part of our shared id as a people today.”
Upcoming episodes of Icon will delve into the mother nature of concert pictures and album artwork, as perfectly as new music photography’s romance with magazines, the planet of good artwork and the online. Photographers interviewed for the collection include Danny Clinch, Jill Furmanovsky, Bruce Talamon, Terry O’Neill, Mick Rock, Bob Gruen, Rachael Wright, Deborah Feingold, Baron Wolman, Pooneh Ghana, Albert Watson, Lynn Goldsmith, and Rolling Stone‘s personal picture editor Sacha Lecca.
Icon will also boast more insights from the point of view of quite a few musicians, such as Josh Homme, Lars Ulrich, Ziggy Marley, Alice Cooper, Craig David, Stefflon Don, Julian Lennon, and Dizzee Rascal. Icon was directed and made by Dick Carruthers.