Blondie, the Debbie Harry-fronted band that broke onto the scene in the mid-'70s, is turning forty years old. In celebration, Jeffrey Deitch has curated an exhibition featuring images of the band, and taken by some equally famous photographers, including Bob Gruen, Annie Leibovitz, Roberta Bayley, Mick Rock, Robert Mapplethorpe, Bobby Grossman, David Godlis, and Blondie’s own Chris Stein.

According to the press release, "It will be a survey capturing Blondie’s iconic 40-year history, incorporating photography, ephemera/memorabilia from the band, as well as video." And it's all taking place at the legendary Hotel Chelsea, inside the Storefront Gallery (222 West 23rd Street).

Here's the band playing CBGB in 1975:

The exhibit will only be on display from September 23rd through the 29th, from 1-8 p.m. daily.