Rolling Stone feature Art Kane
|POSTED: 19 Jan 15 - 11:21|
Photographer Art Kane wasn't one to get overly impressed by the stars he was shooting. "When Art Kane took our picture, he told us, 'Go there, do this, do that, be asleep, put your head on his shoulder,' " Pete Townshend said of the iconic 1968 photo of the Who asleep under a Union Jack. "We like that kind of direction."
Art Kane's legacy discussed in Rolling Stone.
Uncut magazine review Woodstock
|POSTED: 11 Jan 15 - 20:49|
“A human, intimate perspective on a seismic countercultural event, ... the enduring myths of Woodstock remain potent – and so do some more nuanced realities.”
Interview magazine look at Art Kane
|POSTED: 05 Jan 15 - 13:26|
Art Kane's Angular Eye:
Billy Name in the Herald
|POSTED: 05 Jan 15 - 12:55|
"Name’s high-contrast images, which have been gathered for a new book, are now a form of 1960s iconography. A reminder of the druggy, space-age future that was in the air in a certain corner of New York at the time. A future that is long behind us."
BBC Radio Scotland discuss Billy Name
|POSTED: 15 Dec 14 - 22:03|
"This book really is stunning. It's beautiful. You can go back to it again and again and really immerse yourself in, and really be dazzled by this guy's talent."
Available to listen to online here until mid-January 2015.
The RAP Team 2014
|POSTED: 12 Dec 14 - 10:14|
A few of the key RAP collaborators this year:
(back row, left and centre): Jonathan Kane and Holly Anderson on Art Kane
(back row, right): John Kisch on Separate Cinema
(front row, first three from left): Anastasia Rygle, Billy Name and Dagon James on Billy Name
(front row, far right): Tony Nourmand, Editor-in-Chief of Reel Art Press
The Guardian look at Art Kane
|POSTED: 12 Dec 14 - 10:05|
"Art Kane was a pioneer of conceptual photography ... He was the most rock’n’roll out of a group of elite postwar photographers. He was constantly looking to push the boundaries of his work."