Exhibitionism, the first ever international exhibition by The Rolling Stones has extended its opening hours to 9pm on Thursday and Saturday for a limited period from 19 May to 11 June 2016 due to popular demand. The critically-acclaimed exhibition runs until 4 September at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
Offering a comprehensive insight into the band’s fifty year history, this exhibition is curated over 9 themed galleries and has over 500 items ranging from original stage costumes, rare instruments and lyric books, backstage and touring paraphernalia, album art, photography, stage designs, personal diaries, and never before released audio and behind-the-scenes footage.
Celebrating the Stones’ artistic collaborations in music, art and design, fashion and film, Exhibitionism features original works on display from an array of artists as diverse as Andy Warhol, Alexander McQueen, Prada, Dior, Ossie Clark, L’Wren Scott, David Bailey, Michael Cooper, Jeff Koons, Walton Ford, Shepard Fairey and Martin Scorsese, to name a few.
Highlights of the exhibition include a recreation of their recording studio complete with original instruments and interactive mixing desks, a realistic reconstruction of ‘Edith Grove’, their first shared flat in Chelsea, and culminates in a unique and immersive backstage and 3D concert experience.
Running until 4th September 2016, Exhibitionism, delivered by DHL, the first ever international exhibition on the Rolling Stones, offers a unique perspective on the creative life of true rock ‘n’ roll legends.