The second part of the exhibition Who’s afraid of women photographers?, presented at the Musée d’Orsay, explores modern photography in the interwar period 1918-1945. The exhibition draws on a body of scholarship in the history of photography, which, over the past forty years, has reassessed the extraordinary contribution of women to the development of the medium.
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