For the third consecutive year the Gelerie Joseph Antonin has put a lot of effort into its exhibition space at the Chapelle Sainte-Anne to create a new journey around the diversity of feminism in contemporary art and photography. This sensitive, artistic and aesthetic immersion gains its momentum from a theme that approaches feminism from the many angles of power and desire in the scope of a positive reading of societal issues and current events, and specifically this time with Eros and nature.
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