Mick Jagger, age 3, at home in Brent Lane, Dartford, outside of London, in 1946. (Stones Archive/Getty Images) A stylish Charlie Watts, age 2, with his mother, Lillian, and father, Charles, in Piccadilly Circus in London in 1943. (Linda Roots/Getty Images)
In April 2016, London’s contemporary art gallery Saatchi Gallery will debut “Exhibitionism,” featuring previously unseen photographs of the Rolling Stones.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and released family photographs of themselves as youngsters. These, along with hundreds other rare images, will be part of an international exhibition about the band. On display will be over 500 artifacts and paraphernalia from the Rolling Stones archive, including video and concert footage, photographs, posters, and iconic costumes.
“Exhibitionism” starts in April 2016 and runs through September 2016.
A school photo of 9-year-old Mick Jagger at Wentworth Junior County Primary School in his hometown of Dartford, Britain, in 1951. (Stones Archive/Getty Images) Keith Richards, age 4, at Southend-on-Sea, Essex, while on a family vacation in 1947. (Stones Archive/Getty Images) Ronnie Wood, at 9 months old, with his mother, Elizabeth, in Hillingdon, West London, in 1947. (Property of Ronnie Wood/Getty Images) Ronnie Wood, age 4, at his home on Whitethorn Avenue, Yiewsley, West London, in 1951. (Property of Ronnie Wood/Getty Images)