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Mick Jagger: Young in the 60s photo exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery

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It's easy to forget he was ever young, but Mick Jagger was Young in the 60s – and that's the name of a new photography exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

The exhibition documents the singer's early rise and coincides with the British edition of the Arles publication Mick Jagger: The Photobook, being published by Thames and Hudson in May. It includes the first NPG image of Jagger, a Cecil Beaton shot taken in Morocco in 1967, as well as more recent acquisitions, include portraits of the singer by Gered Mankowitz, including one with his prized Aston Martin DB6, an image from the Rolling Stones’s first official photo shoot by Philip Townsend, a previously unexhibited colour photograph by Colin Jones (1967), Michael Cooper’s study of the Rolling Stones for the cover of their album Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967) and Michael Joseph’s decadent image of the group posing with a large menagerie of animals for the gatefold of the Beggar’s Banquet album (1968).

It runs from 3rd May – 27th November 2011 at the Bookshop Gallery, admisssion is free.

National Portrait Gallery website

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Louis Sidoli’s “Most Wanted” Prints

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Louis Sidoli’s “Most Wanted” collection of prints uses police mugshots of famous people who’ve fallen foul of the law.

We’ve seen a similar idea used before on mugs and tea towels, but Sidoli’s designs have been given a pop art twist with each portrait having a brightly coloured wash over it, which he says is in tribute to Andy Warhol’s silkscreens. There are twelve designs, featuring all the usual suspects (if you’ll pardon the pun) including Sid Vicious, Mick Jagger, Al Capone , Jim Morrison, Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen.

The framed giclée prints are each limited to 495 of each design and cost £399 from Washington Green.