Castle Fine Art in Edinburgh are proud to present the Legends exhibition, featuring contemporary art from a range of influential figures.
Visit Castle Fine Art in Edinburgh to view an exclusive collection of contemporary art which pays homage to stars of art, music and popular culture, both past and present.
From original, hand drawn cels from a 1964 Beatles music video, to hand-written lyrics and hand-painted guitars from Ronnie Wood's Raw Instinct collection, the Legends exhibition offers a plethora of memorable artefacts which have a place in history.
Featuring also work by John Pasche, who famously designed The Rolling Stones’ Tongue which has subsequently been voted the most recognisable music/band logo worldwide teamed with Michael Donald's striking portrait photographs of the men themselves - Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Wyatt and Keith Richards. This exhibition is not to be missed by any self-respecting fan of popular culture.
The Legends exhibition will run at Castle Fine Art in Edinburgh from Saturday 24th May to Sunday 8th June.
Refreshments will be served. For more information, please get in touch with the gallery.