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Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

We visited this month the first international retrospective of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands. Presented by the V&A, Pink Floyd and Iconic Entertainment Studios.

The exhibition plunges visitors into the psychedelic world of the 60s from which Pink Floyd emerged. Photo © MBA Photography 2017

We Experienced a spectacular and unparalleled audio-visual journey through Pink Floyd's unique and extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960s through to the present day.

Metal heads … a recreation of Pink Floyd’s album art for The Division Bell at the V&A.

Photo © MBA Photography 2017

We liked watching the way of representing the band's activity through a journey with sensational scenography each referring to an album and a period of their career.

One of Gerald Scarfe’s creations for The Wall and reconstruction of the Battersea Power Station is that it appeared on the cover of Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals. Photo © MBA Photography 2017

A room full of Hipgnosis artwork for Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here. Photo © MBA Photography 2017

The exhibition Their Mortal Remains concludes with The Endless River – the largely instrumental album Gilmour and Mason constructed in tribute to Richard Wright, who died in 2008.

The Band . Photo © MBA Photography 2017

Their performance ends with a slightly uneasy group hug, which one band member has to be visibly coerced into joining: Pink Floyd were awkward in the spotlight until the last.

The hall at the end of the show with the extraordinary sound experience of the band's concert.

Photo © MBA Photography 2017

We highly recommend this exhibition even though perhaps the price of £ 20 remains a bit high, on the other hand the quality is paid and this is known with the Pink Floyd!

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