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|Start Date:||28th November 2013|
|End Date:||19th January 2014|
Proud Chelsea is pleased to announce 1963: The year of the Revolution, a collaborative photographic exhibition of work by Brian Duffy, Terry Oï¿½Neill and Eric Swayne among others.
It celebrates the release of a book of the same title by Robin Morgan and Ariel Leve. 1963 saw an extraordinary collision between politics and culture that resulted in a massive social upheaval. In America Bob Dylan was emerging as the poster boy of the revolution, writing songs that would become the soundtrack to the civil rights movement.
Dylan was there in Washington when Martin Luther King told the world "I have a dream" electrifying all who listened. In the UK, Beatlemania was taking hold and their music was receiving both commercial and critical success.
Image Copyright Terry O'Neill, courtesy of Proud Galleries.