Exhibition The Rolling Stones – Unzipped online and win a signed limited edition Ronnie Wood print
The exhibition The Rolling Stones – Unzipped is now open online as a 360-degree virtual environment via www.groningermuseum.nl/en. Zoom in on instruments, diaries and stage outfits and immerse yourself in the story of the iconic rock band from the comfort of your sofa. To top it off, everyone who tours the exhibition online will be entered into a draw to win a signed limited edition Ronnie Wood print or one of three catalogues signed by Mick Jagger.
In a 360-degree photographic environment, you’ll see Unzipped from beginning to end. The online version features films and video clips that aren’t part of the physical exhibition, like close-ups of Charlie Watts’ drum set, a spectacular timelapse of the reconstruction of the band’s 1960s flat in Edith Grove, and museum director Andreas Blühm talking about his favourite items: Keith Richards’s diary and the famous album Sticky Fingers. As a bonus there is a room full of photographs of the Stones taken by Andy Zuidema.
The Rolling Stones – Unzipped has been extended until 18 April. The Groninger Museum currently remains closed in compliance with national coronavirus measures. Once a reopening date is known, the resumption of ticket sales will be announced. Details will be posted on the Groninger Museum’s website and social media channels and in its newsletter.
Tickets for the online tour cost €9.50 and are available at groningermuseum.nl.
The 360-degree tour was developed with Carola de Poel of Panorama-Fotografie and Slash2 Internet Masterminds. View the demo video for the online exhibition here.