Galerie 19 Paul Fort in Paris exhibits travel images by the French photographer Gil Rigoulet showing raw, working-class England. The first trip dates to 1978, the last to 2017. The English rituals were still well rooted, but in the 1960s, the country embarked on an unprecedented “cultural adventure”: the younger generations were able to enjoy leisure, gained access to consumer...
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