Raj Prem Highlights Release Of Unseen Rolling Stones Photography

Internationally well-known music photography collector Raj Prem highlights the 200 limited-edition fine art prints of the Rolling Stones, which were available on eBay in February.  He believes these photos are incredibly appealing to the lovers of rock history and photography.

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Raj Prem Notes eBay Release Of Uncovered Stones Photos By Former Manager

Internationally recognized music photo collector Raj Prem celebrates the fact that 200 limited-edition fine art prints of the Rolling Stones appeared on eBay in February.  He notes that these photos are incredibly important to the curators of rock history and photography.

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Raj Prem Contributing To Iconic Rolling Stones PhotoBook

It seemed obvious, to the band, that when the band and publishers of this iconic volume were collecting what needed to be the ultimate in Rolling Stones photographs, that Raj Prem be contacted. Featuring over 500 pages of images from some of the band’s most iconic photogs, The Rolling Stones will consist of a limited collector’s edition run of only 1,500 units – each individually numbered and hand-signed by the band. Further, six art editions will feature runs of only 75 per and include a photographic print. The fact that the photos from Prem’s assortment, taken by Philip Townsend and Peter Webb, are so important in this book, which seeks to tell the tale of the Stone’s path to glory, is something that is a true testament to Raj Prem and melds with his ethos. He has been often noted as saying: “It’s the back stories I find really interesting.”
 
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Raj Prem Delighted About His Photo Collection Being Highlighted By Stones

It seems obvious, then, that when the band and publishers of this iconic volume were collecting what needed to be the ultimate in Rolling Stones photographs, that they quickly got ahold of Prem. With over 500 pages of images from some of the band’s most iconic photographers, The Rolling Stones will consist of a limited collector’s edition run of only 1,500 units – each individually numbered and signed by the band. As well, six art editions will feature runs of only 75 per and include a photographic print. The fact that the amount of photos from Prem’s collection, taken by Philip Townsend and Peter Webb, is so high in this book, which seeks to tell the tale of the Stone’s fabled history, is something that is truly important to Raj Prem and fits perfectly with his ethos. He has been famously quoted saying: “It’s the back stories I find really interesting.”

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Raj Prem To Allow Many Photos For Use In Photobook Documenting Rolling Stones

Raj Prem’s formula of tracking down top photographs is one of great myth in rock photography circles. Well-known shots of the Stones, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and Bob Dylan and more are a result of his tracking down of the rarest and most iconic photos available. In order to make sure fans can view the work, he works alongside photographers – representing them, managing their archives and organizing shows. An iconic pioneer, Prem and long time collaborators San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAe) put on the world’s first rock photography show back in 1997, based upon his belief that photography is indeed true art. He has worked with many industry legends: Gered Mankowitz, Robert Freeman, Michael Joseph, Iain Macmillan, Michael Cooper, Peter Webb, Jerry Schatzberg, Dominique Tarlê, Terry O’Neill, and Pattie Boyd. The renowned rock journalist keeps a special place in his heart for the Rolling Stones. Photographs of the Stones’ 1965 US tour displayed at that very first exhibition and those from “The Decca Years”, a showcase which depicted the Rolling Stones rise from chart attractions to leaders of the counter culture wave, have pleased audiences and were obtained largely as a result of Prem’s hard searches. Within Keith Richards’ best-selling autobiography Life, many of the photographs are credited to ‘the Raj Prem collection’.

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