Roger Mayne's seminal body of photography captures London's working class communities in a transformative period after the war and before modernisation reshaped neighbourhoods.
From Beatlemania to the assassination of RFK, the photographer’s archive is filled with the decade’s defining moments.
A new documentary explores the government’s efforts to quash the protest movements of the late ‘60s by any means necessary.
Photographer David Hurn recounts documenting the counterculture music event, which saw performance from the likes of Bob Dylan, The Who and Joe Cocker.
The punk icon recalls living through the ‘60s art scene surrounding Andy Warhol‘s Factory, being on the frontlines of Stonewall and accidentally giving her ideas to David Bowie.
A new book and exhibition aims to shed light on the archive of James Barnor – an artist who created a vital document of Ghanian Independence and London’s swinging ‘60s.
A new exhibition brings together lesser-seen works from the archive of Leni Sinclar, which chronicle Detroit‘s counterculture and struggles for justice.
Photographer Ira Cohen was an avant-garde pioneer, mastering his craft in the era’s psychedelic art, rock and jazz scenes.
Used in the 1960s and ’70s, these discreet slips of paper served as the ultimate status symbol for gang members across the city.
Photographer Frank Habicht spent a decade documenting the capital’s political and social shifts, and the bright young things who were leading them.