David Bailey, Mick Jagger's friend since adolescence and one of the Rolling Stones' trusted photographers, is responsible for The Rolling Stones in Photographs, shows that brings together 77 iconic photographs of the Rolling Stones and represents the first exhibition of the recently opened Taschen Gallery in the city of Los Angeles (USA).
The opening of the gallery was attended by friends of the iconic photographer, figures such as Pamela Anderson, Amber Rose, Jack Nicholson, Steven Tyler and Arnold Schwarzenegger, celebrities and celebrities who posed last Saturday night (27) in front of the portraits of Mick Jagger and others members of the group, as historical photographic records of the Rollings in the backstages and mythical moments of the British band on stage. This exhibition, which will be open to the public until January 31, 2015, is in addition to the launch of the book edited by Taschen about the legendary rock band.
The book has been released as a limited edition of 1150 numbered copies signed by Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie, containing the foreword by the former president BillClinton. Throughout 500 pages the book makes a photographic record of the history of the band and gathers impressive images of figures of contemporary photography, such as Helmut Newton, Anton Corbjin or Annie Leibovitz.