From left: Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones, courtesy of Rolling Stones Archive
No one does exhibitionism quite like The Rolling Stones. The band’s latest exhibit is named just that, Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones, and takes place at London’s Saatchi Gallery till September 4th. Immerse yourself in the biggest show of Stones memorabilia ever — there are two floor’s worth of rock-and-roll history here, from original posters and costumes — like Mick Jagger’s pink satin suit worn on the legendary Top of the Pops performance in 1971 — to the band members’ personal diaries and instruments. There’s even a recreation of stage sets — and backstage areas to boot — for would-be rockers to live it up, Stones style.

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