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POSTED: 20 Apr 15 - 12:30 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more
"Reel Art Press was the first publisher who agreed with our vision not to break up a book into categories or genres but rather to create a comprehensive overview of Art Kane's vast body of work."

Read Huffington Post's impassioned article about Art Kane.

POSTED: 06 Feb 15 - 16:22 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more

"Kane’s work, after all, was not meant to shock or offend, but to tell a story, to formulate a statement about a person or a thing and wrap it up in a finite image."

LIFE Magazine features Art Kane.

Art Kane Mojo Magazine Feature

POSTED: 04 Feb 15 - 11:42 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more
“One of the most imitated photographers of the twentieth century.”

Art Kane's son Jonathan gives Mojo Magazine the history behind some his father's most celebrated photos.

Rolling Stone feature Art Kane

POSTED: 19 Jan 15 - 11:21 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more

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 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more

“A human, intimate perspective on a seismic countercultural event, ... the enduring myths of Woodstock remain potent – and so do some more nuanced realities.”

Uncut magazine take a look at Woodstock.

Interview magazine look at Art Kane

POSTED: 05 Jan 15 - 13:26 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more

Art Kane's Angular Eye:

Jonathan Kane discusses his father Art Kane's conceptual, visionary work with Interview magazine.

Billy Name in the Herald

POSTED: 05 Jan 15 - 12:55 share on facebook share on Twitter share on more

"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."

Billy Name: The Silver Age in The Herald magazine.

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