It's not for a while yet, but you might want to make a note in your diary for Motown at Proud Galleries in London.
The exhibition, which is in conjunction with EMI, Bravado and Universal Music, celebrates the iconic label, with early images such as shots of artists on their first UK tour in 1964, taking in further images throughout that decade and into the 1970s.
Acts on display will include The Jackson 5, Diana Ross (presumably with the other Supremes), Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder for example, with this exclusive photography mixing portrait imagery with street photos and intimate shots, such as Marvin Gaye embracing his son.
It's said to be the first of a series of Motown exhibitions at Proud, celebrating 50 years of hit making (although the label is certainly a few years older than that). If you want to take in the first part of that, head to Proud at Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AH between 14th May and 13th July. It will run Monday through to Sunday, 11am to 5pm, entry being free.
Keep an eye on the Proud website for more details.