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It’s time for revolution!


“You say you want a Revolution" ? The years from 1966 to 1980 were overflowing with creativity resulting in significant changes in terms of custom, lifestyle and culture and whose effects can still be appreciated nowadays

The exhibition, taking place from December 2nd – April 4th at the Fabbrica del Vapore (Via Procaccini, 4) in Milan entitled “You say you want a Revolution?” Records and Rebels 1966-1970” precisely focuses on this era, defining its significance and impact. The social and cultural mood of that time is recreated through the exhibition of over 300 objects related to the areas of design, music, fashion and cinema accompanied by the most famous songs and musics of the time, diffused through a sophisticated Sennheiser audio guide system. Curated by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, together with Francesco Tomasi, Clara Tosi Pamphili and Alberto Tonti, the exhibition is structured in 7 sections: Swinging London, Music and the Counterculture, Power to All People- Dissenting Voices, Customs and Consumptions, The Summer of Love, Woodstock and the Culture of Music Festivals and finally Woodstock – Live Experience.