Delighted the upcoming Spanish Tony Sanchez, Rolling Stones London Exhibition has been featured on Londonist!

Now edging into their 80s, the Rolling Stones are about to embark on their latest world tour, but a new exhibition in Notting Hill rewinds to the band's salad days, in which they recorded Beggars Banquet, created the Rock and Roll Circus and self-exiled in the south of France.

The photos by 'Spanish Tony' (the nickname given to Tony Sanchez, the Stones' photographer friend) remained undetected in a south London attic for decades, but will now go on show at Notting Hill's J/M Gallery for the fleeting stint of 29 February-5 March 2024, and promise to capture the band in arguably their coolest period. "I spent months trawling through Tony's archive — thousands of negatives and contact sheets — and am blown away by Tony's unique eye and the quality of these images," says Oliver Bayliss of Bayliss Rare Books Ltd, who are presenting the exhibition along with Spanish Tony Media.

Learn more at Londonist.

February 19, 2024 — Oliver Bayliss