Symbolic Collection Brings Ronnie Wood’s ‘Faces, Time and Places’ to NYC

By Leah Faye Cooper

Ronnie Wood is having a great year. In addition to earning his second Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nod (he’s being inducted on April 14 in recognition of his influence while playing with The Faces) the famed Rolling Stones guitarist has also been granted a platform to share his artwork on. From April 9 through June 30, Wood’s solo retrospective, Faces, Time and Places will be on display at Soho’s Broome Street Gallery. The show comes to New York after a successful London debut last November. Presented by Symbolic Collection, the 100-piece exhibit includes paintings, drawings and limited-edition prints, all reflective of the legendary performer’s first-hand accounts of celebrity and rock and roll culture. Pieces span from the 1960s to present day and many have never been seen by the public. The works, selected by Wood and architect-turned-gallerist Brandon Coburn, include portraits of celebs like Jimmy Page, Blondie, Jack Nicholson and Eric Clapton — icons who Wood is cool enough to call not just his subjects, but also his friends.  

Image by Ronnie Wood

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