The year 1968 was a year of revolution. From Philadelphia, to Paris to Prague people were on the march demanding their rights; no more were people willing to experience discrimination. The Lost Moment is an exhibition of photos from a number of flashpoints throughout the world. The exhibition starts with an immensely sized photo of Martin Luther King's March to Selma Alabama in March 1965; one of the most decisive moments in the American civil rights movement. The photo's symbolism is as immense as it's stature and is the beginning of a well thought out exhibition. The collection of photographs, taken by some of the leading photo-journalist's of the 1960's include photographs from not only the United States but also flashpoint areas throughout Europe including Paris during the student protests there, as well as Prague and Warsaw during protests against soviet control; protests which were so ruthlessly put down, and London, which has seen protests against several issues throughout the world.
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