The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism marks the first ever major exhibition from the band and a new interactive map of London has been released highlighting key hotspots that have played a role in the Rolling Stones’ history.
Exhibitionism takes over London’s Saatchi Gallery in the band’s old stomping ground of the King’s Road from 5th April 2016. Spanning over 50 years worth of artefacts including many from the band’s personal archives, the exhibition promises to be a journey of art & design, film, video, fashion, performance and rare sound archives.
Three years in the making, Exhibitionism will give an insight into the band with an interactive tour through their vast collection of dressing room and backstage paraphernalia, rare guitars and instruments, rare audio and visual clips, original poster and album cover artwork, iconic costumes, original stage designs and personal diaries and correspondence.
The interactive map illustrates how the Stones have left their stamp across the city of their birth. Just click on each tongue logo to find out more.
Tickets for the exhibition are on sale now to the general public here or in person at the Saatchi Gallery.
The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism starts on 5th April - 4th September 2016 at the Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY. Keep up to date with information for Exhibitionism on Facebook.