Who's afraid of Women Photographers? 1839 - 1919

Qui a peur des femmes photographes ? 1839 à 1919

Jardin des Tuileries, Paris, 75001
Admission: EUR 9 (entry to Orangerie Museum, this exhibition is free) 
THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER OPEN - it ended on 24/01/2016
Opening Times
Monday: 0900 - 1800
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 0900 - 1800
Thursday: 0900 - 1800
Friday: 0900 - 1800
Saturday: 0900 - 1800
Sunday: 0900 - 1800
Closed May 1st, July 14th morning and December 25th.
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This exhibition focuses on the beginning of photography, at a time where this practice was considered simply as a physical-chemical tool for reproduction instead of an art and was mostly considered as being handled by men.

Yet women have played in the history of this medium a more important role than that granted to their counterparts in the field of traditional arts.

For the first time in France, the exhibition Who's afraid of women photographers? covers the first 80 years of this phenomenon, through the manifestation is present both in France and in the UK.

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