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Just published : Paris-London, the art of protest

Appro­pria­ted to the occa­sion of the Paris-Lon­don exhi­bi­tion at the Musée de l’Histoire de l’Immigration, its maga­zine Men & Migra­tions, publi­shed a file that explores the connec­ted his­to­ry of rela­tion­ships that the two Empire capi­tals have had with post-colo­nial migra­tions and show their effects on the mili­tant and artis­tic scenes.

Fran­çois Ben­si­gnor, jour­na­list and musi­cal colum­nist of the maga­zine, manages the port­fo­lio of the file. His par­ti­cu­lar col­lec­tion of vinyls pre­sents a selec­tion of artists over the three decades sho­wed by the exhi­bi­tion. The album covers, com­men­ted by the wit­nesses or spe­cia­lists of this cultu­ral his­to­ry, attest to close and abun­dance of col­la­bo­ra­tions bet­ween seve­ral artis­tic disciplines.

Thanks to this antho­lo­gy of records, we can see how much Paris and Lon­don have contri­bu­ted to invent a « world sono » and to make it a key place for the musi­cal scenes.

File sum­ma­ry

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