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Celebrate Woodstock 40

at the Morrison Hotel Gallery, 313 Bowery, NYC

featuring Woodstock Festival promoter Michael Lang

and official Woodstock photographer Henry Diltz along with Woodstock photographs from Jim Marshall, Baron Wolman and Lisa Law.

On August 13, 2009 from 5PM – 7PM Official festival photographer Henry Diltz and festival producer Michael Lang will be on hand to sign copies of The Woodstock Experience (Genesis Publications), a limited edition double book set with text by Lang and photos by Diltz. Michael Lang will also sign copies of his just released book The Road To Woodstock (HarperCollins). At 7PM the Morrison Hotel Gallery will unveil a special exhibition of photographs, some never before seen, from Woodstock ’69 in honor of the 40th anniversary of the storied festival. The exhibit will feature iconic photographs of many Woodstock performers and the large festival crowds. Photographs by Diltz, Jim Marshall, Baron Wolman and Lisa Law will be on display and available to purchase.

Refreshments will include a deadly
brown ale you are sure to enjoy.
Posters of this special blend will be available for sale the night of the event as well as the commemorative 40 YEARS poster seen above.
Henry Diltz and Michael Lang will only sign items purchased at this gallery event.
You can order un-signed copies of the posters on-line now by clicking on the image.

Enter The Great Raffle

Three lucky grand prize winners will receive their choice of a Jimi Hendrix, Janice Joplin or Who at Woodstock framed, Diltz hand-signed 16X20 fine art print.

Another winner will receive a Rhino Records Woodstock boxed set. More winners will receive a Brown Acid Ale Poster and a Commemorative Woodstock 40 Poster and t-shirt. Visit any of our New York galleries to enter between now and August 12th. Winners will be announced at our event.

It’s free and you don’t have to be present to win.

Michael and Henry will be signing two books
from acclaimed publisher Genesis Books
and a biography written by Michael Lang titled, Road To Woodstock.

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