The Rolling Stones
The Saatchi Gallery hosts The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism from April to September 2016.
The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism
Updated: 8 July 2015
The brand new exhibition from The Rolling Stones will take over the Saatchi Gallery next summer.
The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism will be a career-spanning insight into one of the greatest rock’n’roll bands in music history. The exhibition will run over two floors and include over 500 Rolling Stones artefacts.
Taking place from April until September 2016, it will include pieces from the band’s private archive and will include everything Rolling Stones from guitars, costumes and original posters, to backstage objects and original stage designs. Alongside this, there will be work from their group’s collaborations with the likes of Alexander McQueen, Ossie Clark and Andy Warhol.
The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism is the ultimate destination for any Rolling Stones or rock’n’roll fan. View the rare artefacts and discover what it was to be part of one of biggest bands on the planet. Find your tickets below.
Rolling Stones defined and embody our understanding of rock‘n’roll. They have stayed on top of the game, survived a rollercoaster lifestyle and, after half a century, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood still play to sold-out stadium audiences.