Pink Floyd exhibition: Their Mortal Remains

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We've had quite a few of these music exhibitions in London recently — Elvis kicked it all off with his big exhibition at The O2, then the Rolling Stones opened theirs at the Saatchi, and now we've got Pink Floyd at the V&A.

They're promising us an innovative and multi-sensory journey, chronicling everything from their music, artwork and stage designs, from their early days with Syd Barrett, right through the Roger Waters glory years, and right up to the present day.

The curators have worked closely with Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Nick Mason on the content of the exhibition, collecting together over 350 objects from their last five decades.

 

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