THE ROLLING STONES - BERLIN, WEST GERMANY, 1965

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones
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Keith Richards and Mick Jagger (with his famous tongue sticking out) are the focus of this exciting concert photograph shot from the vantage point of the side of the stage. Brian and Bill can be seen in the background and a line of police on the other side of the stage. A riot would break out in the audience moments after this photograph was taken.

This is a Silver Gelatin custom darkroom print on museum quality double-weight fiber paper with a Bob Bonis estate archival sticker, signed by Alex Bonis and hand numbered, affixed to the reverse.

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Exhibition: The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs
Photographer: Bob Bonis
Subjects: The Rolling Stones, - Mick Jagger, - Keith Richards, - Brian Jones, - Bill Wyman
Date: September 15, 1965
Print Type: Silver Gelatin Print
The black and white images from the Bob Bonis Archive are custom silver gelatin prints, printed to order by the master printers at Duggal in New York. They are printed on double weight archival fibre paper and then selenium toned (an archival toning process) to increase the tonal range and ensure longevity. The term silver gelatin print is derived from the gelatin emulsion in the photographic paper, which contains light-sensitive silver salts that react to light exposure.


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