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The Rolling Stones to display their rich archive in New York exhibit

AP , Wednesday 22 Jun 2016
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In this April 4, 2016, file photo, an image of Mick Jagger forms the backdrop of a recreated music studio as part of Exhibitionism, the interactive multimedia exhibition of the Rolling Stones’ career so far, at the Saatchi gallery in Kings Road, London. The Rolling Stones are bringing their exhibition of more than 500 recording and artifacts from the band’s archive to New York City in November 2016. (Photo: AP)
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The Rolling Stones are bringing an exhibit of more than 500 recording and artifacts from the band's archive to New York City in November.

"Exhibitionism" was launched in London in April. November will mark the exhibit's North American debut at the Industria Superstudio in the West Village, it was announced Tuesday.

Tickets go on sale in September.

Mick Jagger said in a statement the exhibit is "not going to be like walking into a museum. It's going to be an event, an experience."

"Exhibitionism" will take in music, art, design, film, video, fashion and performance. Artifacts will include guitars, costumes, personal diaries and audio clips.

The show closes Sept. 4 at London's Saatchi Gallery. An end-date for the New York run has not been announced.

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