The Rolling Stones went on stage at the Marquee Club in London’s Oxford Street on the 12th July 1962. A phenomenal 50 years later, and to celebrate this milestone, Somerset House are presenting a free photographic exhibition documenting the last half-century and looking back at their astounding career. The exhibition coincides with the release of the book by the same name, published by Thames & Hudson.
Mick and Keith take a tour of The Rolling Stones: 50
With privileged access to a wealth of unseen and rare material, this one-off exhibition includes over seventy prints ranging from reportage photography, live concert and studio session images, to contact sheets, negative strips and outtakes from every period of the band’s history – from performing in the smallest blues clubs to the biggest stadium tours of all time.
Visitors to the exhibition have the opportunity to purchase limited edition prints, copies of the book and other merchandise. Fans who are not able to attend the exhibition may purchase the limited edition merchandise, which features the anniversary logo updated by Shepard Fairey here: UK, Europe, USA, Rest of the World
Watch the exhibition set-up and the band arriving on the Somerset House red carpet