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Art and feminisms

These four episodes address the connections between art and feminisms. Ten years after the exhibition “elles@centrepompidou” honouring women artists at the Museum, the issue of women’s role in art and the ability of art to overturn traditions and ways of thinking is more relevant than ever.

Frida Kahlo
The Frame, 1938

Direction: Elsa Daynac – Musical design: Nawel Ben Kraiem and Nassim Kouti – Reading: Pauline Caupenne, Hélène Bressiant – Musical excerpts: Barbara, Inti-Illimani, Juliette Greco and Catherine Delasalle

Nil Yalter
La Femme sans tête, 1974

Direction: Elsa Daynac – Musical design: Nawel Ben Kraiem and Nassim Kouti – Reading: Hélène Bressiant, Pauline Caupenne – Musical excerpts: Giedré, Jeanne Cherhal, Anne Sylvestre and Colette Renard

Nancy Spero
Victims, 1967

Direction: Elsa Daynac – Musical design: Nawel Ben Kraiem and Nassim Kouti – Reading: Astrid Adverbe, Claire Olivier – Musical excerpts: Miossec, Fabienne, Eddy de Pretto, Angèle and Clara Lucciani

Niki de Saint Phalle
Tirs, 1961

Direction: Elsa Daynac – Musical design: Nawel Ben Kraiem and Nassim Kouti – Reading: Claire Olivier, Astrid Adverbe – Musical excerpts: Brigitte Fontaine, Barbara, General Elektriks, Serge Gainsbourg and Colette Magny