'The Uncut Collection' is on display in the Royal Albert Hall

A new exhibition featuring iconic photographs of The Clash, Led Zeppelin and Amy Winehouse among others, went on display yesterday (October 5).

The exhibition, which is being put on by Sonic Editions in partnership with NME‘s sister magazine Uncut, takes place at London‘s Royal Albert Hall and will run until November 1. Admission is free.

Among the other artists to feature in the exhibition are The Beatles, Sex Pistols, Johnny Cash, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, The White Stripes, Joy Division, Bob Dylan and Kurt Cobain.

Uncut editor Allan Jones said of the exhibition:

Uncut is thrilled to be hosting this exhibition in collaboration with Sonic Editions and the Royal Albert Hall, one of London’s best-loved venues. Great photography is as important to Uncut as great writing and The Uncut Collection brilliantly features images of many of rock’s most enduring icons, and brilliantly celebrates their legends and the unforgettable music they’ve made across more than five decades.

Prints of each of the photographs will also be available to buy with prices starting at £69. For more information about this, visit Soniceditions.com/RAH.