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  • The first international exhibition in The Rolling Stones history
  • The iconic band unlock their private archive for the very first time
  • See over 550 rare and original artefacts
  • Each band member was involved in curating and designing the display
  • The exhibition is spread over 9 differently themed galleries
  • Includes audio, personal diaries, costumes and video footage
  • A truly immersive and incredible experience
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The ultimate rock’n’roll, fully immersive and multimedia exhibit, experience Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery. For the first time in their fifty year history, the band have come together to curate and design this unique and thrilling display of rare and original artefacts, memorabilia and never-before-seen video footage, archival audio and candid photographs.

Spread over an impressive 9 differently themed galleries, the exhibition showcases the unique and massive influence that The Stones had on fashion, music, art, film, design and popular culture. Explore their collaborations with artists such as the legendary Andy Warhol, designers such as the revered Alexander McQueen and film directors such as the iconic and influential Martin Scorcese.

Hear rare sound archives, read personal diaries, see early video footage and, of course, track the rise and rise of the hard-working London blues band that ended up becoming cultural icons that continue to influence millions of people all over the world. A once-in-a-lifetime exhibition that is a total must for music, art and culture fans alike.

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Please Note:

  • Venue is disabled friendly

  • Entry to Exhibitionism at the Saatchi Gallery

  • Gratuities
Venue Information:
Saatchi Gallery, Duke Of York's HQ, King's Rd, London SW3 4RY.
Nearest Train Station: Victoria
Nearest Underground: Sloane Square

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