The 50 fete adds another vintage photo-show—but one that’s worth going to—of the once-brilliant bad boys from Britain.
It’s at Steven Kasher Gallery in New York City, and it opened this week, with great stuff by Jim Marshall (including album cover art).
Here’s what the gallery has to say: “The Rolling Stones played their first show, 50 years ago to the day [July 12, that is]. Come celebrate with us by visiting our show “Jim Marshall: The Rolling Stones and Beyond.”
The exhibition runs through August 11th, and then reopens September 4th through 8th. Gallery hours are 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
The exhibition features over 60 photographs and over 100 vintage record covers mapping Jim Marshall’s entire career and introducing never-before-seen images he captured during the Rolling Stones’ 1972 U.S. tour. The exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the band, and the 40th anniversary of that legendary tour. Our exhibition also launches the book The Rolling Stones 1972 by Jim Marshall, foreword by Keith Richards, published by Chronicle Books.”