French photographer Dominique Tarlé (1949) is best-known for his photographs of The Rolling Stones in the South of France in 1971, whilst they were living as tax exiles from the UK. After years of financial mismanagement and trouble with the law, the band went into exile and set up home and a recording studio in Villa Nellcote. Invited by Keith Richards, Tarlé joined the band and the summer that followed has become legendary the history of modern music. The myth and mystery of what occurred at Nellcote has been told through the music of Exile On Main St accompanied by Tarlé’s photographs. Contrary to the wild tales of excess amidst the making of the music, the images tell a story of sunlight, family values, communal living, and the making of music.