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‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones’ proves you can get what you want


LONDON’S SAATCHI Gallery is preparing for something big. On April 5, doors will open to its latest show, “Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones.” The project has been three years in the making, with a budget of $5.7 million, but the contents of the band’s first international exhibition have been a secret. Tantalizing snippets have been released to the media, yet no one knew quite what to expect.

That is, until now. The exhibition’s lead curator, Ileen Gallagher, has told Newsweek what is contained within the show’s nine rooms that sprawl across two of the gallery’s vast floors. Fans will find themselves in a replica of the band’s first flat, then a typical recording studio and finally the group’s backstage area. A 3-D film will transport visitors onstage with the Stones while stage lights dazzle above. And amid all this are the hundreds of items the band has collected over the decades: instruments, notebooks, jumpsuits, photos and ephemera.

+ NO MOSS: The massive Stones show re-creates their first flat, has a collection of instruments they’ve played and even shares some of Jagger’s notebooks.
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