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December 15, 2014

Book signing with Gered Mankowitz


On the evening of December 12, TASCHEN Store London had the great pleasure of hosting Gered Mankowitz, on the final stop of his brief tour of our European stores. After an afternoon of interviews, he attended the store to sign copies of The Rolling Stones for guests. Invited guests and collectors were hugely appreciative as he personalized their copies and they listened intently as Gered talked about the story behind the cover image and working with the Rolling Stones.


Selected Quotations from International Media

“As you approach the King’s Road just around the corner, you’ll be met by one of London’s sleekest book shops. TASCHEN publish an incredibly varied amount of titles.”
— Murdock, London, United Kingdom
“Designed by the ubiquitous Philippe Starck, the cool publisher's bookshop and basement gallery is the place to go for glossy coffee-table tomes on the subjects of art, architecture, design, pop culture, travel and sex.” — The London Magazine, London, United Kingdom
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