24/09/2019 17:41 (UTC)
Madrid, Sep 24 (EFE).- "Sois belle et tais-toi" (Be Pretty and Shut Up) is the title of the video actress, activist and director Delphine Seyrig created in 1976 to protest against the film industry and its stereotyped view of women, which is the central theme of the exhibition "Defiant Muses" that opened on Tuesday at the Reina Sofía Museum."Defiant Muses. Delphine Seyrig and the Feminist Video Collectives in France in the 1970s and 1980s" is the complete title of the exhibition that analyzes the history of feminism in France and is to be open to the public until March 23.The show, with which the Reina Sofía opens the current season, brings together 230 pieces and focuses on how militant video art contributed to the struggle of feminism and the breakdown of film industry prejudices, a reflection that goes hand in hand with Delphine Seyring (1932-1990). SOUND BITES OF THE EXHIBITION CURATORS NATASA PETRESIN-BACHELEZ AND GIOVANNA ZAPPERI. FOOTAGE OF THE "DEFIANT MUSES" EXHIBITION OF THE REINA SOFÍA MUSEUM.
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