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We are pleased to introduce our visitors to the iconic photography of the world renowned artist
Elliott Landy: CONTACTING THE BAND - A Photographic Book
Enlarged Contact Sheets & selected photos from Elliott's famous photo sessions

Click on the link below to see Elliott's KICKSTARTER Page
    Best known for his classic “rock” photographs, Elliott Landy was one of the first
    “music photographers” to be recognized as an “artist.” His celebrated works
    include portraits of Bob Dylan (Nashville Skyline), The Band (Music From Big
    Pink, and The Band), Janis Joplin (Big Brother & The Holding Company: Cheap
    Thrills), Van Morrison (Moondance), Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and many others.
    A photo journalist as well, his early images documented and supported the rising
    tide of anti-war sentiment and spiritual awakening throughout the United States
    during the late 1960’s.

    Elliott’s iconic photographs of Dylan and The Band during the years they resided
    and recorded in the small arts colony of Woodstock, NY and his coverage of the
    1969 Woodstock Festival, for which he was an official photographer have
    become synonymous with the town, the famed 1969 Music Festival and the
    Utopian spirit of the Woodstock Generation.
    The ideals of both personal and social freedom are reflected in his later work of
    impressionist flowers (combining elements of impressionist painting with
    photography), kaleidoscopic imagery, and in the spiritual and artistic depth of
    several photo ​verité series of his family which lovingly capture the spontaneity of
    life and the wonder of love at any age.
    Since 1967 Elliott’s work has been published and exhibited in galleries and
    museums worldwide. He has published nine books of his photography. His latest
    monograph, The Band Photographs, 1968-1969, published in 2016, was the
    highest funded photographic book in Kickstarter history.

    Elliott has also creating a new App. LandyVision™ that lets the user blend still and
    moving imagery with music to create an interactive sound and visual experience
    that has never been seen before.
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    When ScanScience developed it, they told me
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