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The Pink Floyd
Exhibition:
"Once you take the step to full inmersion,
coming back is impossible"
- Simon Rhodes
Their Mortal Remains (Audio engineer at Abbey Road, London)

AN AUDIO VISUAL JOURNEY

Much more than PINK FLOYD live in concert. An audiovisual and musical journey through the extraordinary universe of one of the most iconic and influential rock bands.

The exhibition’s mammoth, described by national British newspapers as “stunning”, “a real feast for the senses” and “almost as good as seeing the band live”, was the most successful exhibition of its kind. The exhibition celebrates Pink Floyd’s place in history as the world’s cultural landscape changed throughout the 1960s and beyond. The band occupied a distinctive experimental space and was the foremost exponent of a psychedelic movement that changed the understanding of music forever, becoming one of the most important groups in contemporary music. 

Pink Floyd have produced some of the most iconic imagery in popular culture: from pigs flying over Battersea Power Station, The Dark Side of the Moon prism, cows, and marching hammers to giant inflatable teachers; their vision was brought to life by creative individuals such as modern surrealist and long-time collaborator Storm Thorgerson, satirical illustrator Gerald Scarfe and psychedelic lighting pioneer Peter Wynne-Wilson.  

SEPT. 3, 2021 – JAN. 9 2022

SPANNING 50 YEARS
OF ONE OF THE WORLD’S
MOST ICONIC ROCK BANDS

The unique interactive exhibition back at over five decades of iconic rock history and has a wide appeal that goes far beyond Pink Floyd fans. Using an intense combination of sound, text and image, the exhibition draws visitors in and allows them to experience what it feels like to be up on stage themselves. Previously unreleased gig recordings, original instruments, unknown scribbles and many personal mementos from members of the British cult band make “The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains” an absolute must-see show for music lovers.

The flow of the exhibition, in chronological order, is enhanced by music and the voices of past and present members of Pink Floyd throughout, including David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Richard Wright, explaining their experiences and musical experimentation along their fruitful careers.

Admission