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EXHIBITIONISM AT THE SAATCHI GALLERY

The Saatchi Gallery is hosting ‘Exhibitionism’, The Rolling Stones first ever major exhibition, opened to the public on 6 April and running until September 2016.

The Saatchi Gallery is hosting ‘Exhibitionism’, The Rolling Stones first ever major exhibition, opened to the public on 6 April and running until September 2016.

‘Exhibitionism’ is the most comprehensive and immersive insight into the group, described by critics as ‘the greatest Rock & Roll band’; taking over nine themed galleries spread across two entire floors at the prestigious Saatchi Gallery in London.

As well as over five hundred important and unseen Rolling Stones’ artifacts from the band’s personal archives, the exhibition takes the public through the band’s fascinating fifty-year history, embracing all aspects of art & design, film, video, fashion, performance, and rare sound archives. At the heart of the exhibition is of course the Stones’ musical heritage that took the group from being a hard-working London blues band in the early 1960s, to inspirational cultural icons adored by millions.

Tickets are on sale to the public via www.stonesexhibitionism.com and from Saatchi Gallery.

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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