LONDON (AP) — They're more accustomed to stadiums, but the Rolling Stones are coming to a London art gallery.
An exhibition of more than 500 recordings and artifacts from the band's archive will open at the Saatchi Gallery next year. Organizers said Wednesday it will "show how the band has changed the way we experience rock 'n' roll."
The "Exhibitionism" show will take in art, design, film, video, fashion and performance as well as music, and the artifacts include guitars, costumes, personal diaries and audio clips.
Mick Jagger said the band had been thinking about an exhibition for a long time, "but we wanted it to be just right and on a large scale."
"Exhibitionism" is slated to run from April to September 2016. Tickets go on sale July 10.