French cultural life - June 2019

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When present and past come to life - A round up of the arts and culture stories creating a buzz in France

1.  Not everyone is on the move

A few weeks before Emmanuel Macron – leader of the new La République En Marche (France on the move) party – was elected president in May 2017, photographer Vincent Jarousseau moved to Denain, a small town in the Nord department.

His intention was to follow the daily life of families from working class backgrounds for whom the phrase ‘on the move’ was easier said than done.

His resulting zeitgeist ‘novel-photobook’ Les Racines de la Colère (The Roots of Anger), serves as a documentary ...

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