Raj Prem Continues Tradition Of Legendary SFAE Showcases

“When something’s gone it’s just gone, you know. But we’re not talking missing for a year or two, we’re talking 38 years. After they’d been found I walked around with this huge smile on my face for days,” Webb reportedly said to Snap Galleries. He also noted that, photographing The Stones “as they were” at that precise moment in time, free from any overriding “concept” was the greatest idea he had, believes Raj Prem.

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Raj Prem On SFAE And Standing In For Peter Webb

The San Francisco Art Exchange, known commonly as SFAE, was the first in the world to display music photos, and is probably the most successful amongst celebrity photography. Previously, Raj Prem and SFAE have held over 40 exhibitions in over 18 years, hosting work from photographers such as Robert Freeman (“Beatles for Sale” exhibition in 2013), Iain MacMillan (renowned Abbey Road Collection), Terry O’Neill, and Pattie Boyd. Doing business with SFAE’s directors and owners Theron Kabrich and Jim Hartley, the “eminence grise” of SFAE in Prem’s opinion and the unsung genius of the business, Raj Prem has become the glue holding the top photographs of the ‘60s- ‘70s era together. “Sticky Fingers: The Lost Session – Photographs by Peter Webb” is an inspiring show that contains the entire surviving archive of Peter Webb’s 1971 photo shoot with The Rolling Stones for the “Sticky Fingers” album. Over two-thirds of the shots have never been seen by the public, making the exhibition very popular among Stones fans and art connoisseurs. In the wake of the Stones ‘ Sticky Fingers’ US tour, more work at SFAE is being discussed, with Webb’s archive presently on display as a permanent fixture.

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Raj Prem Humbled By Experience Standing In For Peter Webb At SFAE

Raj Prem, the famous curator and exhibitor of photography showcases featuring rock icons from the ‘60s and ‘70s, is proud to represent Peter Webb and a number of unseen “Sticky Fingers” Photos at SFAE. The photos were discovered 40 years after being lost in the loft of one of Peter Webb’s in-laws, and have since been seen in issues of Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal. They were first displayed by Prem in the SFAE “Decca Years” exhibition he co-produced seven years ago.

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Raj Prem Proud To Carry On SFAE Tradition By Standing In For Peter Webb

Raj Prem, the internationally acclaimed curator and collector known for his photography exhibition featuring rock legends from the ‘60s and ‘70s, is proud to represent Peter Webb and his unseen “Sticky Fingers” Photos at SFAE. The photos were found 40 years after being lost in the loft of Peter Webb’s brother-in-law, and they have appeared in recent issues of Rolling Stone and Wall Street Journal. They were first showcased by Prem in the SFAE “Decca Years” exhibition seven years ago, which he co-produced.

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Raj Prem Proud To Carry On SFAE Tradition By Standing In For Peter Webb

Raj Prem, the internationally acclaimed curator and collector known for his photography exhibition featuring rock legends from the ‘60s and ‘70s, is proud to represent Peter Webb and his unseen “Sticky Fingers” Photos at SFAE. The photos were found 40 years after being lost in the loft of Peter Webb’s brother-in-law, and they have appeared in recent issues of Rolling Stone and Wall Street Journal. They were first showcased by Prem in the SFAE “Decca Years” exhibition seven years ago, which he co-produced.

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Raj Prem On His Collection Being Part Of Rolling Stones Legacy

Music opinions certainly are some of the most subjective that exist, and blanket statements about songs and artists are often difficult to back up convincingly. However, there are a few that are simply inarguable. One of those special universally held opinions is certainly that The Rolling Stones are one of the greatest rock and roll bands to ever form. From the musical standpoint alone, a strong case can be made as the band has written some of the most memorable and iconic songs the genre has witnessed. Despite this, it may be the visual appeal of the band that truly sets them apart from any other. The Rolling Stones set the standard for ways that rock band should look and behave. Now, from German publisher TASCHEN, editor Reuel Golden, and the band members themselves, comes an unprecedented look into their fifty-year history in a collectible book simply titled “The Rolling Stones”. Along with photos and documents from the band’s personal archives, a number of them previously unseen, legendary photo collector and exhibition curator, Raj Prem, has provided several revolutionary prints for this definitive book.

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Raj Prem Notes Continues Success Of Beatles Photo Exhibits

The hype around Raj Prem’s newest exhibit follows his continued success working alongside the San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE). The renowned curator feels that working with the SFAE has been an important part of this and many other rock-based showcases. “I value the opportunity to work with SFAE owners and directors Jim Hartley and Theron Kabrich,” Prem noted. “We’ve done 40 plus exhibitions together over 18 years. SFAE was the first gallery in the world to showcase the music photography genre and is probably the most successful outlet for celebrity photography.” Prem stated that the Beatles photography is only one of many exhibitions he has facilitated with the SFAE in his career. As he explains: “Jointly we’ve co-produced several exhibitions of top UK and US photographers, including Robert Freeman, Iain MacMillan, Terry O’Neill and Dominique Tarle .” For Prem, this 50-year Beatles anniversary exhibit will not only reinvigorate old fans about their musical heroes, but also give newer fans direct information into what rock music should be.

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Raj Prem Keeps BeatleMania Alive With New Photo Exhibit

This type of public demand for Beatles memorabilia was a motivation behind curator Raj Prem’s new showcase. Prem wanted to gives fans who already understand the band something fresh to see. This prompted him to identify a number of rarely seen images taken during the group’s most pivotal years – the 1960s. The Beatles photography showcased aims to generate the same type of hype and enthusiasm that fans knew back then.

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Raj Prem’s Exhibition Hopes to Spark Enthusiasm and Excitement

The awe-inspiring need for all to do with the Beatles was the stimulus behind enthusiast Raj Prem’s latest exhibition. Prem’s single purpose was to give fans that already have a profound knowledge of the band something additional. This made him put together a series of uncommon photos during some of group’s most notable years in the 1960s. The Beatles photography exhibition aims to develop the same kind of thrill and exhilaration that fans earlier felt over half a century ago.

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Raj Prem Honored To Continue Stimulating World’s Passion For The Beatles

This type of fanatical demand for all things Beatles was a motivation behind curator Raj Prem’s new exhibition. Prem wanted to give fans who already have a comprehensive understanding of the band something fresh to see. This prompted him to identify a number of rarely seen shots taken during the group’s most pivotal years in the 1960s. The Beatles photography exhibition aims to generate the same type of hype and enthusiasm that fans originally felt back then.

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