Tuesday 21st of July 2015
An exciting new exhibition is heading to the Saatchi Gallery in London and it’s set to be a sell out. The new exhibition, which is entitled ‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery’ is an in depth look into the life and works of The Rolling Stones.
The Saatchi Gallery, which is an innovative hub of contemporary art from both young and established artists, was opened by Charles Saatchi in 1985 so that he could display his extensive collection of artwork to the public. Located between the boroughs of Chelsea and Knightsbridge, the Saatchi Gallery has acted as a springboard for many unknown international artists over the years.
The hotly anticipated ‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery’ will offer visitors the opportunity of a glimpse into the rock and roll lifestyle of the Rolling Stones. Including some rare and previously unseen artifacts from the band, the interactive exhibition will take over the entire gallery for five months next year.
Travel back in time and experience the magic of the British rock band who took over the world. Wander through some of the original stage sets and dressing rooms which are littered with paraphernalia including rare guitars, personal letters and some of the band’s iconic costumes. There are also some unseen video clips and rare audio tracks that have never before been released to the public. Visitors can expect to see some unique collaborative work between the Rolling Stones and the likes of Andy Warhol, Martin Scorsese and Alexander McQueen.
The exhibition runs from 6 April – 4 September 2016 and is expected to be a hit with rock and roll fans from around the world. Make sure that you plan your trip ahead and check out our Top 10 Hotels in the city.