It’s been touring the world since April, and now it’s hitting New York City. Exhibitionism, a band-sanctioned, career-spanning display of Rolling Stones artifacts, will make its U.S. debut at the West Village’s Industria Superstudio this November.
The display features instruments, clothing, artwork, film, photos and more, chronicling the Stones’ journey since the early ’60s.
Points of interest include the cassette player Keith Richards used to craft “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” Mick Jagger’s lyric book, and a toy drum kit Charlie Watts used to record “Street Fighting Man.” Works from famous collaborators like Andy Warhol, Alexander McQueen and Martin Scorsese are also on hand.
Check out this trailer, released last year when the Stones premiered the project:
Exhibitionism was created and produced by Australian-based iEC Exhibitions! and curated by Ileen Gallagher.
So far, a specific date for its New York City debut has not been shared.
On the music front, Ronnie Wood recently shared that the Rolling Stones hope to release a new album in 2016.