We all want to change the world. A period of counterculture, idealism and sweet music – the late 1960s saw a generation shake off the confines of their parents and the past for a fundamental shift in the way things were. From September, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum will explore the youth culture, freedom and rebellion of the post-war period through photography, fashion and installations – focussing on events that defined the era, like the Paris protests of May 1968 and, of course, Woodstock in 1969. Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 runs from September 10, 2016.
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