Paris-Londres. Music Migrations (1962-1989)

Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration

Paris, France, 2019

Graphic design: CL Design
Scenographer : Maciej Fiszer
Photographer : Philippe Le Bruman

At the "Musée National de l'Histoire de l'Immigration" in Paris (National Museum of Immigration History), Paris and London face each other to talk about the influence of successive waves of migration had on the music scene. From the 60s to the 80s, lot of musical genre transformed London and Paris into multicultural capitals.

Paris couldn't resist London Calling and neither could we. Freedom and effervescence are the key words of the "Paris-London" exhibition and its scenography by Maciej Fiszer. The exhibition take the form of an immersive and chronological journey through three decisive decades of the musical history of Paris and London. Our design follows the movement with a brutal typeface choice on supports inspired by the wild fly-posting.
Exhibition in Paris until January 5th, 2020.