With Michael Lang, Carlos Santana and Dagon James
Unseen photographs from the most famous music festival of all time.
“I remember flying in on the helicopter, looking down at all the people thinking, “Oh my god, it’s like a single living organism. An ocean of hair and teeth and eyes and arms!” The sound of the crowd was so loud you could hear it over the sound of the helicopter engine” – Carlos Santana
Baron Wolman was Rolling Stone magazine’s first photographer. In 1969 he attended what would become the most famous music festival of all time. This June, Reel Art Press releases Woodstock, a hardback edition featuring Wolman’s stunning photographs, published here in their entirety for the first time.
Baron Wolman is available for press interview.
£29.95/$49.95; ISBN: 978-1-909526-11-2
HB; 198 pp; over 100 B&W photographs; 290 x 245 mm / 12 x 10 in.
For information on the limited edition version of Woodstock, visit reelartpress.com