Lili Reynaud-Dewar (born in La Rochelle, France 1975 / lives in Paris and Grenoble) opens Museion's 2017 exhibition programme. One distinctive artist on the contemporary scene, Reynaud-Dewar's complex oeuvre references the liberation movements and subcultures of the twentieth century, exploring the notion of cultural, social and emotive identity.
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