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What to Do Today: See the ‘My Generation’ Exhibition

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Stuck on what to do today? Let us help you. This Monday 12 March, we recommend that you head to Carnaby to see an exhibition that celebrates ‘My Generation’, coming-to-theatres-near-you and produced by Michael Caine….

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What to Do Today: See the ‘My Generation’ Exhibition

Actor David Hemmings drives a convertible car in London during the filming of Antonioni’s classic movie ‘Blow Up’ in 1966.

Last week Carnaby London launched an exhibition at 3 Carnaby Street to mark the forthcoming film My Generation, presented and produced by Michael Caine. The film follows the story of the swinging sixties, as told by the icons who helped shape that era: Twiggy, The Who, Marianne Faithfull, Vidal Sassoon, Jean Shrimpton, Lulu, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bailey, Sandie Shaw and Mary Quant. This intimate walk down memory lane with Michael Cane examines the impact of the working class on 1960s British culture. My Generation was directed by David Batty and will be released 14, March.

The exhibition, curated by Zelda Cheatle, includes photographs, prints and previously unseen archive footage pertaining to the same legends who feature in the film.

British model Jean Shrimpton is walking barefoot on King’s Road in Chelsea, London, 1963.

English actor Michael Caine stars in the film ‘Get Carter’, 1970.

British photographer David Bailey gives instructions to model Moyra Swan, circa 1965.

When & Where: 3 Carnaby Street, Until 21 March. Free entry.

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