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Uncut Magazine


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

01 Jan, 2015 Editors

Huffington Post


“Woodstock is beautifully printed, with rich blacks and lush gold tone. It includes a foreword by Carlos Santana and features an extensive Q&A with Baron Wolman and Woodstock creator, Michael Lang.”

21 Nov, 2014 Julie Grahame

The Guardian


“He photographed it all, the piles of rubbish, the people sleeping on hay bales, the shaman-like figure who wandered around for three days advising people not to eat meat. Wolman sought to capture some of the spirit of make-do and goodwill that allowed Woodstock to work.”

22 Jun, 2014 Tom Lamont

Harper's Bazaar


“Forty-five years on, Woodstock remains the touchstone for the festival dream. Famed for its free-spirited atmosphere and era-defining music - including Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, The Who and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - it is still the festival to which all others aspire.”

26 Jun, 2014 Violet Hudson

i-D Magazine


“Photographer Baron Wolman spent his time at the most famous music festival ever shooting the crowd rather than the musicians...”

25 Jun, 2014 i-D Team

BBC News


“"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”

28 Jun, 2014 Kev Geoghegan