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ELLIOTT LANDY:
PHOTOGRAPHER
Elliott Landy
PENNSYLVANIA
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Pennsylvania Station
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Elliot Landy is best known for his iconic photographs from the Sixties Classic Rock period, including "The Filmore East, and the Woodstock Concert in 1969. He began his photographic career working with the underground newspaper "The Rat," in support of the rising tide of anti-war sentiment during the late 1960s.

His press pass and camera not only gave him access to the political scene but also provided him a personal entry into the new rock music counterculture, shooting Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, The Band, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Eric Clapton, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Frank Zappa, John Lee Hooker and many others.


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