The Rolling Stones, who have been around for over 50 years as one of the most popular rock bands in music history, will hold a massive, career-spanning exhibition, Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Exhibition for the first time.
April 2016 saw the launch of this exhibition at the contemporary art gallery in London, Saatchi Gallery, and ever since this exhibition has been touring major cities around the globe.
Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Exhibition is their extensive retrospective exhibition produced by the band themselves, looking back on their career spanning over 55 years since its inception, with rare and precious archives such as artworks, films, musical instruments/equipment, photos and stage clothing. Fans can also enjoy various visual/audio interactive experiences.
This is the biggest world-touring exhibition unprecedented in the music history, that has so far traveled to London, New York, Chicago, Las Vegas and Nashville, and that is currently on show in Sydney. A huge private archival collection of the band is displayed for the very first time, and it has been highly acclaimed by not only their fans but also by music and art fans. In spring 2019, Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Exhibition will finally come to Japan, the only Asian country that hosts the exhibition.
Venue: TOC Gotanda Messe (6-6-19 Nishi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)
Duration: Friday 15 March – Mon. Bank Holiday 6 May 2019
Exhibit Times: Mon – Fri, Sat, the day before national holidays,
11:00-20:00 (Last entry 19:30)
Sun and national holidays, 11:00-18:00 (Last entry 17:30)
For specific information on tickets and event related outline, please visit the official site for more details.