Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Malleus Pearl Jam Five Horizons Photo Exhibition Poster

FIVEHORIZONS is a retrospective photography exhibition on Pearl Jam, authorized by the Seattle band, and it is the first ever exhibition featuring the history and evolution of the band.

After the great success of the first exhibition, held at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, FIVEHORIZONS goes to Milan for a must-go appointment which precedes the arrival of Pearl Jam for their European tour.

The exhibit will open June 19 2014 at the DanceHaus in Milan, Italy, an International reference point for dance and applied arts, a real “house of dance”, where important international dance companies live and work.

June 19 and 20, the exhibition will be opened all day. New opening hours will be: Thursday 19th 11.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. and Friday 20th 11.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m. and will remain on display until July 3

The exhibition will feature a series of 70 images taken by great photographers who have narrated the band’s private moments as well as their unforgettable live performances from the beginning of the band's career to date. From the early 90's shots of Lance Mercer and Charles Peterson, to the very recent portraits by Steve Gullick and Danny Clinch.

The two official posters have been designed by Davide Toffolo (Italian comic artist, singer and guitarist) and by Malleus.

Artists showing at this event include: Matt Anker, Danny Clinch, Chris Cuffaro, Steve Gullick , Mike Leach, Karen Loria, Robert MacKenzie, Spike Mafford, Lance Mercer, Steven J. Messina, Paul Natkin, Charles Peterson, Alessio Pizzicanella.

Dancehaus is located at via tertulliano, 70, 20137 Milan, Italy
 Public Transport
MM3 (Lodi Tibb)
BUS 90-91 (stop Salgari)
93-84 (stop Viale Apulia)
TRAM 16 (get off at Piazza Salgari)

Posters will be on sale at the show. Malleus will be selling their posters at a random time on their website on Friday June 20


  1. That is truly outstanding.
    Gary, do you know if this exhibit will ever come to the US?

  2. Only thing that bums me out is the is says "The First International Pearl Jam Photo Exhibition".
    Wonder how that managed to make it through...
    Love the image though.