Rolling Stones Art The Subject Of New Exhibit
Admission is free of charge, but fans can register to attend by filling in the contact form on Geronimo's website. The site also carries further details about the event. "From the sofa to the Coca Cola tongue, my new collection has around thirty pieces," says Geronimo.
A special launch night takes place on January 21. Geronimo has invited several members of the Rolling Stones, but admits he has no idea whether anybody from the group will swing on by. "I don't really want to comment on that, or hundreds of thousands of people will want to attend," he says.
Having grown up on a North Dakota reservation, the self-taught Geronimo first met the Stones in 2006, and they became a huge part of his life. "Andy Warhol did pop art, I do rock art," he tells Classic Rock. Surprisingly, he sees only in black and white, although he's known for using a range of vivid colours. This is the legacy of a fight that left him blind for three months. Read more and see some of the images here.
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