Gered Mankowitz: Rare and Unseen

by Chris Murray on June 19, 2024

Gered Mankowitz took among the finest photographs of all time of the Rolling Stones. This one of Mick Jagger in the recording studio in 1965 is one of my favorites. Mankowitz’s photographs are always featured at Govinda Gallery.

The Stones are now touring the United States!


Mick Jagger, 1965. Photo by Gered Mankowitz.


Gered has a new book just published by Welbeck Publishing, and it features a foreword by the one and only Keith Richards, and a brilliant afterword by Gered’s longtime friend and genius former manager and producer of the Rolling Stones, Andrew Loog Oldham.




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1 response to “Gered Mankowitz: Rare and Unseen”

  1. Larry Pryluck says:

    I met Gered a couple times at Govinda Gallery openings back in the 80s, and bought a couple of his books and a print. He was a lovely man, and was happy to sign the cover of my Between the Buttons album, which featured one of his photographs.

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