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Symbolic London are rocking the art world in their celebration of the Rolling Stones

  • Rocking the Art World features the most comprehensive private collection of iconic Rolling Stones artwork in the world, as seen through the eyes of leading artists over the past 50 years, including rare pieces from Andy Warhol, Sebastian Krüger, Jumping Bull AKA Géronimo, Russell Young, Jeff Koons and Ronnie Wood.
  • Spectacular 2 meter work by Jumping Bull AKA Géronimo featuring Jon Pasche’s famous Rolling Stones Tongue and Lips logo – made entirely out of recycled material and specially commissioned for the show.
  • Symbolic London pop-up showroom, November 2012 – January 2013, 34 Bruton Street, London, W1J 6QX.
  • Exhibition to coincide with forthcoming Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary tour dates.
  • All Artworks are for sale.

In conjunction with the hugely anticipated 50th anniversary tour by the legendary Rolling Stones, Symbolic London are proudly presenting Rocking the Art World: Celebrating the Rolling Stones, This great new exhibition brings together a host of work by celebrated artists from across the globe to pay homage to one of the most prolific bands of all time in the history of rock n’ roll.

An array of artworks that depict the Rolling Stones will be available to view at the pop up gallery in Mayfair, and this makes it one of the best comprehensive private collections of art dedicated to the band ever. Highlights will include Andy Warhol’s 1975 masterpiece ‘Mick Jagger’, the iconic ‘Mick Jagger Red Lips’ portrait by Russell Young and several works by Sebastian Kruger, the German portrait artist.

Exciting additions to the exhibition are new and specially commissioned and contemporary piece by none other than Ronnie Wood. He has created these exclusively for Symbolic London as a celebration of the band’s 50th anniversary tour.

Central to the exhibition is a new commission by Belgian artist Jumping Bull AKA Géronimo, who has recreated Jon Pasche’s famous Rolling Stones Tongue and Lips logo. This ambitious piece, entitled the “Tongue”, was created in collaboration with Jaga the Radiator Factory, and is a harmonious blend of artistic form and function. The 2m-square sculpture is made from around 3,000 Coca-Cola cans and has been conceived as an environmentally-conscious creation in line with the earth-friendly philosophies of both the artist and the factory.

The pop-up gallery in Mayfair will showcase the collection for two months only, this is to coincide with the current Rolling Stones concert tour.

Exhibition director John Joseph Angelini said: “We are delighted to be presenting one of the most extensive collections of Rolling Stones artwork to date, celebrating one of the most prolific bands in rock history for their landmark 50th anniversary. This exhibition brings together some of the world’s best known artists, providing an unrivalled showcase of the Rolling Stones’ influence on the art world over half a century.

“As a selling exhibition, we are also pleased to offer visitors to the gallery a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in their own piece of rock and roll history. Some of these works have been off the market for a number of years while the newly-commissioned pieces provide a chance to invest in an asset for the future.”

 

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