🌹 Visit queer of the Louvre🌹
What reading of bodies, genres and sexualities can be seen in a large institutional museum such as the Louvre Museum?
From Greek statues to mythical figures in Italian painting, to the warlike and feminist figure of the Amazon or the witch, this visit will challenge our "traditional" perception of art history.
Adelin * / Léo Leménager, doctoral student in art history and specialist of Amazons, will guide us through these figures, real and / or mythological, to shed light on the place of these queer and feminist characters, inclined to revolutionize our world and our imagination.
Adelin * / Leo is doing a doctoral thesis at the University of Rennes 2 under the direction of Mrs. Elvan Zabunyan since 2015. Her work entitled: "Amazons in the prism of gender studies". Persistances and transformations of an ancient myth into contemporary thought and representations lie at the intersection of gender studies and queer theories. This thesis is based on a study of ancient art, and more specifically of Attic pottery, made in master. He now specializes in the history of lesbianism and teaches art history from a queer / feminist perspective.
ON REGISTRATION ONLY⚡
15 seats - FREE subject to availability
Registration by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: REGISTRATION - QUEER LOUVRE VISIT
Please specify if you are in one of the following situations:
- Under 18 or under 26 years old residents of the European Economic Area
- Member of the Friends of the Louvre youth card
- Beneficiaries of social minima and jobseekers: RSA (active solidarity income); SSA (specific solidarity allowance); ASF (family support allowance); ATA (temporary waiting allowance); AMS (monthly subsistence allowance); ATE (transitional solidarity allowance); AER (retirement equivalent allowance); AME (state medical aid); CMU (universal health card) or CMUC (complementary CMU); APA (personalized autonomy allowance); ASPA (solidarity allowance for the elderly); asking for asylum ; carrying a solidarity transport card
- Civilian disabled
- Plastic artists affiliated to the House of Artists
- Students of the Ecole du Louvre; Students of the National Institute of Heritage; Students of the National School of Charters; Students of the National School of Fine Arts in Paris
The Louvre Museum is accessible for wheelchair users.
Louvre Museum, Rue de Rivoli, Paris
By metro: lines 1 and 7, station "Palais Royal / Louvre Museum"; line 14, station "Pyramids"
By bus: bus no. 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95
This event is a program of the Queer Week 2019: March 15 to 23. Queer Week is a week of reflection around the diversity of genres, bodies and sexualities. https://www.facebook.com/events/816986838667042/