Victoria Broackes (Author, Editor), Anna Landreth Strong (Editor)
Published to accompany the V&A's retrospective The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains. With special lenticular cover.
The first book ever produced with full access the Pink Floyd archive. Published to accompany the V&A's major summer exhibition, Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains, celebrates 50 years of one of the greatest bands of all time. Five essays tackle different aspects of their far-reaching legacy in music and the visual arts.
Authors including Jon Savage, Howard Goodall and Rob Young examine what makes the band truly special, from the mythology underpinning their output, through to their experimentation with technology to create new sounds.
Their epic staging and performance impact will also be explored, along with the anti-authoritarianism that infuses their lyrics. The book is heavily illustrated throughout, emphasizing the essential role that visual material played in supporting the music and creating the lasting Pink Floyd phenomenon.
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published by V & A Publications; 01 edition (13 May 2017)
32 x 2.9 x 24.6 cm