Talkin' 'bout my generation. Something seriously exciting has swung its way to Carnaby. An exclusive exhibition in celebration of the forthcoming film, My Generation, which is presented and produced by the legendary Michael Caine, is open at 3 Carnaby Street. And due to overwhelming popular demand, has now been extended until 4 April.
The free-entry exhibition running from Thursday 8 - Wednesday 4 April, sees a stunning showcase of photographs, prints and archive footage from the 1960s over the two-floor space. My Generation, a documentary film told through the eyes of the British film icon Michael Caine, takes you on his vivid and inspiring journey through 1960s London. Here's an exclusive look at the exhibition with @London:
My Generation can be found in select cinemas now and will be available on digital download 14 May, DVD, Blu-Ray and Limited Edition 28 May.
See incredible photos of the iconic contributors from the film including Twiggy, Roger Daltrey and The Who, Marianne Faithfull, Vidall Sassoon, Jean Shrimpton, Lulu, Paul McCartney and The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Sandie Shaw and Mary Quant, to name just a few. Well-renowned curator, Zelda Cheatle, has worked closely with photographers integral to the 60s cultural revolution including Terry O'Neill, Barry Lategan and Brian Duffy to showcase their work in this one-off exhibition.
Don't miss the infamous portrait of Christine Keeler, taken by Lewis Morley, mass crowd photographs highlighting the peak of Beatlemania as well as the first professional photo taken of Twiggy. Step into this immersive experience and go back in time to this revolutionary period.
My Generation x Carnaby
3 Carnaby Street
Thursday 8 - Wednesday 4 April
Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm