Storm Thorgerson's Mind Over Matter arrives in Cambridgeshire
Written by Matt   
Monday, 08 June 2009

Storm ThorgersonWith barely a week having past since his previous show (Taken By Storm) concluded at the [email protected] in London, Storm Thorgerson's other, unmissable exhibition, Mind Over Matter: Images Of Pink Floyd, opened in Cambridgeshire at the weekend.

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Storm Thorgerson's first commission for Pink Floyd - the cover for 1968's "A Saucerful Of Secrets" - and the unique relationship between the band and artist, the exhibition travels through time revisiting those significant moments in their musical history.

Running from Saturday, June 6th through to Sunday, July 19th, it is on for just over six weeks, and has on display all the creative results of musical and artistic collaboration between the Floyd and Storm. You owe it to yourself (and to Storm!) to pay the exhibition a visit if you are in the Cambridge area over the next month or so - just check out our review of the show when it was in London last July.

mind over matter: the images of pink floydMore details of the fabulous book that is the companion piece to the exhibition can be found here. You can order the book - an essential item for all Floyd fans - at time of writing with a healthy discount, through the following links which help us with our running costs: Amazon UK, Amazon US/International, Amazon Canada, Amazon Germany, or Amazon France.

The exhibition itself is now open, and being held at Babylon Gallery, in Ely, Cambridgeshire. The gallery is open daily (except Mondays) from 12 noon until 4pm and admission is free. For further information, please visit www.adec.org.uk.