Dylan in Woodstock

Photography by Elliott Landy

Dylan in Woodstock provides an unprecedented selection of unpublished pictures from the archive of Elliott Landy, including possibly the most striking and intimate photographs of Bob Dylan ever taken and the iconic portraits used on the cover of Dylan’s 1969 LP Nashville Skyline.

Bob Dylan first visited the sleepy Catskills enclave of Woodstock as early as 1963, but it was after his 1966 motorcycle crash that he retreated to this upstate New York hideaway. Invited to photograph Dylan at his home, Elliott Landy created unique informal images that give a fascinating insight into one of the most intriguing phases of Dylan’s career.

Dylan in Woodstock was released in a limited edition of 1,750 books—100 Deluxe Edition copies (already fully subscribed) and 1,650 Collector Edition copies. The Collector Edition is printed on luxurious, heavyweight archival art paper and quarter-bound in brown suede leather. Elliott’s famous Nashville Skyline image is reproduced on the front board of the book, which is housed in a handsome printed slipcase. Each copy is hand-signed by Elliott Landy and individually numbered.

Book Information
Edition: Deluxe Edition:
Limited to 100
Fully Subscribed

Collector Edition:
Limited to 1,650
Publisher: Genesis Publications
Year: 2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 9.9" × 14.1" × 1.3"
ISBN: 9780904351743
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