Henry Diltz x Keith Richards
Henry Diltz's work as an iconic photographer in the 1960s and 1970s is celebrated for his unique "fly on the wall" style portraits and his ability to capture intimate moments with some of the world's most influential musicians. Through his partnership with 12on12 he revisits his archive to unveil previously unseen takes on his images and share the untold stories behind them.
Diltz fondly recalls joining Ron Wood's solo group The New Barbarians alongside Keith Richards Ian McLagan Bobby Keys and Stanley Clarke. For three weeks, Diltz had unrestricted access capturing intimate moments on planes, in limos, hotels and dressing rooms. His photography offers a unique glimpse into the lives and camaraderie of these iconic musicians on the road; extending beyond the images, he captures the essence and stories behind them with a fresh perspective on rock 'n' roll history.