1969 Woodstock Concert Photos:
PHOTOJOURNALIST MARK GOFF
PRODUCED AND CURATED BY NICK CLEMENTE
Opening Reception August 3 4-7pm
Show runs throught August 27
Following his time of service with the US Navy during the Vietnam War, photojournalist Mark Goff was given a press pass for the original Woodstock Concert on behalf of the publication named Kaliedescope based in Milwaukee, WI. His photos of the gathering captured the essence of what made the Woodstock Concert one of the most significant musical festivals in modern history and except for a few of them the bulk of the portfolio remained unseen for 50 years. Mark Goff passed away in 2018 and through the inquiry of Sullivan County artist and designer, Nick Clemente the photos in the form of the original 35mm film have been rediscovered and brought back to life with the support of his family members.
Now and in coordinated celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock concert Mark Goff's iconic photos will be showcased at the 222 Gallery along with other venues through out Sullivan county in the form of high quality and numbered archival prints.