You Say You Want a Revolution: Records & Rebels, 1966-1970, edited by Victoria Broackes & Geoffrey Marsh


To mark the 50th anniversary of Montreal’s celebrated “Expo ’67”, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has published, in conjunction with the V&A in London and its own show in Montreal, a highly evocative and colourful collage of life in the late ’60s.

Covering art, music, politics, fashion and social history, as much as sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, this thumper of a paperback, with hundreds of accompanying graphics, accompanies an equally handsome exhibit, “Revolution”, whose astonishing popularity has only further consolidated the MMFA’s deserved position as one of the top 10 most popular museums in North America and #1 in Canada.





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