Ariel Wizman  

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Ariel Wizman is a French musician and journalist born in Morocco in 1962.

His family, as many Sephardim North-African families, left Morocco after Six-Day War and settled in France. In Paris, Wizman met the philosopher Emmanuel Lévinas and thanks to him, he attempted the École normale israélite orientale. In a gypsy party, he met Édouard Baer. Both of them liked La grosse boule in Radio Nova and collaborated in several projects.

Wizman has worked for Actuel, Vogue Homme or 20 ans and produced several programs for France culture. In 1995, he was chief director of >Interactif and he's a popular DJ currently.



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