Last weekend,  I went to the Saatchi Gallery in King's Road, with two of my good friends, to see the first international Rolling Stones exhibition: Exhibitionism.

We saw over 500 backstage artifacts, artwork, instruments, touring paraphernalia, posters, long forgotten tracks, videos, journals, original costumes, designs... that encapsulated the 50 year old British band and its history.

The collection was really well put together, combining different media to take us back down memory lane to the 60s all the way back to 2016.

Definitely recommend, whether you are a Stones fanatic or not. I'm not a fan per se, but I did grow up with their music and found the experience very inspiring.

The exhibition will remain there until September, you can get the tickets and read more about it at the Saatchi's Gallery website.

Have you seen it yet? Do you like the Rolling Stones music?




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