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11 April 2016

Episode 235

28 minutes


Photo: Exhibitionism

‘Exhibitionism: the Rolling Stones’ is a new show at the Saatchi Gallery, produced with the co-operation of the band; there has been a lot of crawling through Keith Richards’ attic and rifling through Mick Jagger’s drawers. We take a tour with the show’s designers, Will Russell and Abbott Miller from Pentagram design agency, and sit down with Will Hodgkinson, rock and pop critic of ‘The Times’.

11 April 2016

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Chapter 1

‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones’

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‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones’ is the brand-new show at the Saatchi Gallery, put together with the help of the band: it involved a lot of crawling through Keith Richards’ attic and rifling through Mick Jagger’s drawers. Robert Bound walks through the exhibition with the show’s designers, Will Russell and Abbott Miller from Pentagram, starting at a painstaking recreation of the Stones’ first apartment in Chelsea.

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Will Hodgkinson on the Rolling Stones

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Robert Bound sits down with Will Hodgkinson, rock and pop critic for ‘The Times’, to discuss ‘Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones’, the enormous new show at the Saatchi Gallery.

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