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Pamela Anderson
The Rolling Stones, David Bailey and Taschen's big, pricey book
The Rolling Stones, David Bailey and Taschen's big, pricey book

The names on the walls outside the Taschen Gallery on Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles are freshly painted in bold, rosy shades of pink. “The Rolling Stones,” they declare, and: “David Bailey.” Just as bold are the photographs inside, including many by Bailey, documenting the 50-year rise of an essential band. In the 1960s, Bailey was a rare photographer whose fame rivaled that of his subjects. His life as a young artist in Swinging London inspired Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 film “Blow-Up.” He was among the first and most important photographers to shoot the Stones, helping establish them as icons of music, fashion, sexuality and danger. ...

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