Woodstock by Baron Wolman
|POSTED: 13 Aug 14 - 12:42|
Harper's Bazaar Woodstock Coverage
|POSTED: 29 Jul 14 - 16:52|
"Forty-five years on, Woodstock remains the touchstone for the festival dream... Baron Wolman, Rolling Stone magazine’s first photographer, attended and captured the essence of Woodstock."
i-D Coverage of Woodstock
|POSTED: 29 Jul 14 - 16:47|
"The 60s were simply wildly photogenic in every way imaginable ... the changes that were taking place in the heads of the people were visually manifested. I mean, how could you not take pictures?’ - Baron Wolman
The Guardian article on Woodstock
|POSTED: 29 Jul 14 - 16:41|
"Wolman had spent the summer touring US music festivals, photographing musicians on stage. "I was getting tired of it," he recalls.
So looking around at Woodstock – the crowds, the cows, the mud, the drugs – Wolman decided to switch focus and shoot the spectators."
BBC News Article on Woodstock
|POSTED: 29 Jul 14 - 15:52|
"The Glastonbury super fence looks like you're in a prison, you can't even get out without a pass. These fences were more of a demarcation line of the festival area, clearly they weren't made to keep people out." - Baron Wolman
GQ South Africa review Unseen McQueen
|POSTED: 06 May 14 - 19:02|
"Feinstein was able to capture an intimate view of McQueen that shows an unusual warmth to the usually ice-cool actor, while proving once again that McQueen’s detached, thoughtful persona was more fact than film fiction."