Ronnie Wood opens art exhibit in New York 

added: 10 Apr 2012 // by: Noise11 

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Ronnie Wood, guitarist for the Rolling Stones, opened a new art exhibition in New York's SoHo on Monday.

Wood's works, titled Faces, Time and Places, are on display at the gallery at 498 Broome St, SoHo.

The exhibition is timed just days before Wood will take the stage with The Faces for his second induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It will be a reunion for Wood with Rod Stewart, Ian McLagen and Kenney Jones who were active as The Faces from 1969 to 1975 when Rod went full-time solo and Ronnie joined the Stones.

A new song by Wood also debuted last night in CSI Miami's season finale. Coming Together features Mick Taylor, the Stone he replaced, on guitar and vocals by Kelly Jones from Stereophonics.

The exhibition will run for three months, through to Saturday, June 30, 2012.

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