This exhibition has ended.
This will be the most extensive show ever presented by the iconic New York Gallery in its ten-year history and quite fitting that they chose The Rolling Stones and this group of talented photographers who are Henry Diltz, Barry Feinstein, Lynn Goldsmith, Bob Gruen, Michael Joseph, Andee Nathanson, Gered Mankowitz, Terry O’Neill, Neal Preston, Ken Regan, Ethan Russell, Dave Stewart and Barrie Wentzell. The exhibit will be open to the public May 4th thru May 31st at the 124 Prince Street gallery. All of these photographers are highly respected and will present the most stunning Stones archive bearing witness to the legendary band across many decades.
It’s hard to believe – but then again, maybe not so hard to believe – that the Rolling Stones have been rocking for 50 years. The Stones have (for the most part) stayed true to five core members: Mick Jagger, vocals; Keith Richards, guitar; Bill Wyman, bass; Charlie Watts, drums; and Ronnie Wood as lead guitarist. They put together their first official line-up in 1962 and released their first album, the self-titled “The Rolling Stones” in 1964. Since then they have released 29 studio albums, 12 live albums, 30 compilation albums, and over 100 singles. Everyone knows at least one Stones tune and this is what defines them as one of music’s most influential and significant bands of all time – perhaps even THE Greatest Rock ‘n Roll Band of all time. Several photographers were lucky enough to join in their journey, and The Morrison Hotel® Gallery is proud to provide fans and photography lovers with several of those artists’ work and stories.