In this curated collection of art and photography from his personal archive, Graham Nash’s life as a musician and artist unfolds in vivid detail.
Best known as a founding member of the Hollies and supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash, Nash developed a love of photography from the time he was a child. Inspired by his father, Nash began taking pictures at 11 years old and would go on to take his camera with him ever since–on tour with the Hollies and later CSN, among friends at Laurel Canyon and abroad.
Many of his photographs depict intimate moments with family and friends, among them Joni Mitchell, Stephen Stills, and Neil Young. Nash’s playful and observant eye would lead him to capture quiet moments backstage, landscapes, still lifes, and street photography, and also create poignant paintings and collages.
This volume presents these images alongside Nash’s own reflections, telling the story behind the pictures and giving insight into the life of one of the greatest musicians of all time.
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