Mick Jagger is looking forward to having a “nostalgic moment on his own” at The Rolling Stones’ new exhibition.
The “Satisfaction” hitmaker was thrilled to finally see all the elements of “Exhibitionism” come together at the opening of the attraction at the Saatchi Gallery in London after four years of hard work, reported Femalefirst.
Jack insisted he didn’t get misty eyed over anything in the collection when he was compiling it but he is looking forward to having a walk through it by himself and remembering everything he has achieved in his career with the rock band.
“As a whole it doesn’t make me nostalgic because I’m into it as a whole. I’ve been trying to get it off the ground and get it ready. Maybe when it’s up and running I might come back and have a nostalgic moment on my own.
“The only thing that makes slightly nostalgic are the costumes, just a little bit, it’s not like I’m fighting back tears, which I think is a good thing. There’s a lot of good things in there when you look at it as a piece. There are some incredible photographs by some very well know photographers. There are some really cool art pieces.”