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Pioneers - Artists in the Paris of the Roaring Twenties Musée du Luxembourg

2 Mar 2022 — 10 Jul 2022

Explore the changing face of women in art in Pioneers - Artists in the Paris of the Roaring Twenties. Despite being discriminated against, both in terms of their training and their access to galleries, collectors and museums, women artists in the first half of the 20th century still played an essential role in the development of the major artistic movements of our times.

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Explore the changing face of women in art in Pioneers - Artists in the Paris of the Roaring Twenties. Despite being discriminated against, both in terms of their training and their access to galleries, collectors and museums, women artists in the first half of the 20th century still played an essential role in the development of the major artistic movements of our times.

This exhibition invites us to explore the role of women in the changing history of art, from Fauvism to abstraction via Cubism, Dada and Surrealism, but also in the worlds of architecture, dance, design, literature, fashion, and even scientific discovery. Their visual and conceptual explorations attest to their audacity and courage in the face of established conventions that confined women within certain professions and stereotypes.

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The Musée du Luxembourg is an exhibition space located in the former orangery of the Luxembourg Palace. The museum is on the southern side of the Seine, roughly a 20-minute walk from the Louvre and next to Luxembourg Gardens. The nearest metro station is Saint-Sulpice.

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