The Paris-London Music Migration Exhibition
I have always been a Parisian and transmitting my love of Paris to you through my articles is a real pleasure. As you may have guessed, I am very attached to my hometown, but that doesn't mean I'm a homebody. Indeed, I love travelling and going abroad is one of my many passions. I had the chance to discover many countries in the 4 corners of the world, but yet one of my favourite destinations is located 2H from Paris, it is London. The English capital is a cosmopolitan, dynamic and historic city in which I like to travel regularly to meet London friends and visit the latest trendy exhibitions. When you think about it, Paris and London are extremely similar cities in which we find the same atmosphere between history and modernity. For me, they are almost twin cities and this is mainly due to their common history.
EXHIBITION MUSIC MIGRATION
It is in this spirit that the Museum of the History of Immigration located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris has built the exhibition Paris-London Music Migrations, an event that offers you a trip to London until 5 January 2020. Immerse yourself in an enchanting, dynamic and pop universe between music and history rediscover the 70s, 80s and 90s as you have never seen them before. This exhibition traces the similarities between these two cities through the multiple musical currents that have transformed these capitals into multicultural megacities. Paris-London Music Migrations presents more than 600 documents and works of art related to real music, by musical and visual experience, it will make you spend unique moments. An original exhibition that I particularly appreciated, which allows you to spend an afternoon on an unusual journey through a typically Parisian museum.
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