On the occasion of the publication of Yan Morvan’s new book “The Iron Age” at Serious Publishing, Sit Down Gallery presents the exhibition “Anarchy in the United Kingdom”, a selection of prints whose negatives were buried in a box named “England” since the eighties. These images are a precious and essential testimony of an era that remained in the collective memory as the golden age of British countercultures. What happened in England in the late 1970s when Yan Morvan landed there for the first time, defied understanding. This country, “sick man of Europe” as the business community described it,...
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