Exhibitionism, the expansive Rolling Stones exhibit that opened in London this past April, will be moving across the pond to New York City in November. The multimedia extravaganza, which tells the British band’s history through hundreds of pieces of memorabilia, rare films and interactive displays, will be relocating to the Industria Superstudio in the West Village section of the Big Apple.
Tickets for the New York exhibit will go on sale to the general public in September. Register at StonesExhibitionism.com for info.
Exhibitionism was put together with the full cooperation of Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood. The attraction features nine themed sections that incorporate a massive collection of memorabilia, including more than 500 previously unseen artifacts. Items on display include various instruments, original posters and album art, handwritten lyrics, personal diaries and correspondence, costumes, and stage props.
The exhibit also includes unheard audio tracks, rare video clips, film presentations and more. Among the films are a new movie that highlights some of the key points in The Rolling Stones’ career, and a 3-D flick that gives viewers a band’s-eye view of one of their shows.
You can check out a trailer celebrating the exhibit’s move to New York now on YouTube.
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