Guest post by Iwona Ratajczyk
Dominique Tarle is a French photographer best known for his association with The Rolling Stones. In 1971 The Stones escaped the UK’s punitive tax regime and decamped to the South of France at Villa Nellcôte. Dominique Tarle was granted a six month long pass inside Villa Nellcôte and collected a large series of photographs (titled “Exile”) of the Stones as they created, recorded, relaxed and partied throughout the summer. Tarle documented those times of decadence and hedonism in very unique way.