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Rencontres du 10e – Emeric Fohlen, Rhyme is no crime


Since the revolution, more and more Tunisian artists have taken to rap, break-dancing and graffiti. The Hip-Hop culture has become a means of calling-out social inequality, unemployment and corruption. This report by the French photographer Emeric Fohlen shows the agitation that led to the birth of a now universal sub-culture.     Emeric Fohlen, Rhyme is no crime Les Rencontres...

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