Limited-Edition Michael Wilson Photo Box Set of Twenty Nonesuch Artist Prints Due September 13

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In celebration of Nonesuch Records' 60th anniversary, the label has partnered with photographer Michael Wilson—who has exquisitely captured dozens of Nonesuch artists over the past quarter-century—to produce Michael Wilson / 25 Years: A Nonesuch Collection, an extremely limited quantity of 100 box sets containing newly created prints from his Nonesuch archive, due September 13. Designed by the Grammy-winning team at SMOG Design, each box will comprise twenty 12" x 12" prints, numbered and signed by the photographer. Artists featured are Allen Toussaint, Ambrose Akinmusire, Audra McDonald, Bill Frisell, The Black Keys, Brad Mehldau, David Byrne, Dr. John, Emmylou Harris, Frederic Rzewski, Jeremy Denk, Kronos Quartet, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Manuel Galbán and Ry Cooder, Philip Glass, Randy Newman, Rhiannon Giddens, Stephin Merritt and Lemony Snicket, Steve Reich, and Timo Andres, who wrote a note for the box.

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In celebration of Nonesuch Records’ 60th anniversary, the label has partnered with photographer Michael Wilson—who has exquisitely captured dozens of Nonesuch artists over the past quarter-century—to produce Michael Wilson / 25 Years: A Nonesuch Collection an extremely limited quantity of one hundred box sets containing newly created prints from his Nonesuch archive, due to be released on September 13, 2024, and available to pre-order now in the Nonesuch Store

Designed by the Grammy-winning team at SMOG Design, each box comprises twenty prints, numbered and signed by the photographer. Artists featured in the box are Allen Toussaint (2008), Ambrose Akinmusire (2023), Audra McDonald (2006), Bill Frisell (1998), The Black Keys (2006), Brad Mehldau (2004), David Byrne (2003), Dr. John (2012), Emmylou Harris (2000), Frederic Rzewski (2002), Jeremy Denk (2012), Kronos Quartet (2009), Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (2003), Manuel Galbán and Ry Cooder (2002), Philip Glass (2001), Randy Newman (2003), Rhiannon Giddens (2008), Stephin Merritt and Lemony Snicket (2006), Steve Reich (2001), and Timo Andres (2009). The Frisell, Mehldau, Harris, Rzewski, and Newman photos can be seen on the respective album covers for Good Dog, Happy Man; Live in Tokyo; Red Dirt Girl; Rzewski Plays Rzewski; and Songbook, Vol. 1.

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The clamshell-style box—13.125" h x 12.5625" w x 1" d—is wrapped in Cialux book cloth from Italy with the title foil-stamped on the front cover. It contains twenty 12" x 12" prints and an insert with a legend to the images and a note by Timo Andres.

You can hear a playlist of music from each of these artists, contemporaneous to Wilson's photographs, on Spotify and Apple Music below, and pre-order the box set here.

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