Mick Jagger, Los Angeles, 1972

"We did a big session in a studio where I built a dark set, and we started at midnight. Back then, they would rent all these sorts of big mansions. For this, they had rented one in Bel Air. "They might sound like they're crazy and all over the place, but the truth is the genuine artists that survive are amazingly disciplined and incredibly hardworking. Mick particularly was the go-to guy to talk to about organization. When it came to working, the guys put out 100-percent. And once we started working, they were totally present, totally cooperative. Mick is a straight shooter. "
Mick Jagger, Los Angeles, 1972
Archival pigment ink on Fine Art MOAB Entrada rag natural. Printed for the original negative in Seeff's studio in Burbank. Signed and numbered on front.
28,0 x 22,0 in / 71 x 56 cm
50,0 x 38,0 in / 127 x 96,52 cm
63,0 x 44,0 in / 160,02 x 111,76 cm
77,0 x 53,0 in / 195,58 x 134,62 cm
Edition limited to 50 prints + 5 artist's proofs