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CONFERENCE DU MUSEE : LES AFFRANCHIES

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  • Sonia Delaunay, Frida Kahlo, Natalia Gontcharova Behind this question emerge others who question the past as much as the present: why aren't there more women artists? Is there a typically feminine art? Are there any similarities in the works of women artists that should be emphasized? What strategies have those who, despite the difficulties, wished to practice and make their art known? What did the critics think of these women painters or sculptors? What vision did male artists have for...
    Sonia Delaunay, Frida Kahlo, Natalia Gontcharova Behind this question emerge others who question the past as much as the present: why aren't there more women artists? Is there a typically feminine art? Are there any similarities in the works of women artists that should be emphasized? What strategies have those who, despite the difficulties, wished to practice and make their art known? What did the critics think of these women painters or sculptors? What vision did male artists have for them? Speaker: Marie-Laure Ruiz-Maugis, art historian It was not until the 20th century that women benefited from learning and promotion circuits (workshops, schools, galleries, exhibitions, museums, newspapers, influential critics and collectors ). Some, whose works have sometimes been confused with those of their husbands, such as Sonia Delaunay-Terk and Sophie Taeuber-Arp, participate in the abstract movement. Others remain attached to figuration but nevertheless escape any classification, such as Frida Kahlo whose work is the expression of a life story, a diary in painting. Wearing a mask and compulsory health pass
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  • On March 16, 2022 at 5:00 PM