To coincide with London 60s Week 2011, take a journey from the age of austerity into an era of pop, protest and psychedelia through the lens of roving photojournalist and activist John âHoppy' Hopkins. The 60s were an exhilarating time and Hoppy was both protagonist and observer in the story, at the vanguard of a generation which broke radically with a conservative past.
Founder of legendary psychedelic night club, UFO; cofounder of radical underground newspaper, The International Times; and photographer for Melody Maker, The Times and Peace News, he was well placed to record the revolution as it unfolded.
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