N.p. N.p., 1968. Vintage borderless press photograph of Mick Jagger in the studio, from the set of the 1968 French experimental film mixing documentary with surreal imagery and fictitious characters. With a few penciled annotations on the verso indicating placement.
An image of Mick Jagger in the studio, from one of the many sequences relating to the band's creation of the song "Sympathy for the Devil." "One Plus One" alternates documentary segments of the band (during their last days with Brian Jones) with surreal commentary about anarchy and revolution, making references to Amiri Baraka, Eldridge Cleaver and the Black Panthers, pornography, "Mein Kampf" and the Nazi movement.
9.5 x 8 inches. In a museum quality frame. Near Fine.