Art Kane, 1966
Coinciding with the Rolling Stones' fortieth anniversary world tour, Rolling Stones 40 x 20 celebrates the career of "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band" as seen through the lens of twenty photographers. These extraordinary images document the longevity, celebrity, and popularity of the band synonymous with rock.

Beginning with Gus Coral's photographs of the Rolling Stones' first tour of England in the fall of 1963, Rolling Stones 40 x 20 chronicles the band's development through such key periods as the Between the Buttons images of Gered Mankowitz, the Satanic Majesties Request- era photographs of Michael Cooper, the Beggar's Banquet photos of Michael Joseph, and much more. This exhibition presents a compelling look at what many consider to be the greatest rock and roll band.

The Rolling Stones, Cheshire Park, 1968
Michael Joseph
Claude Gassian
The Rolling Stones, Mexico City, 1995
Fernando Aceves

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