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"Flâneuse" is a group exhibition featuring eight international artists whose work draws attention to the role of gender in contemporary urban experience. Through a variety of media the artists explore a diverse array of concerns about street life.

The overlapping themes they address include history, memory, social justice, personal safety, public protest, physical movement, and commodity culture. Taking the traditional idea of the “flâneur” as a point of departure, the exhibition highlights key themes from ongoing scholarly debate about the appropriateness or indeed the existence of the female equivalent, the "Flâneuse."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on view through September 29.

"Flâneuse" is a group exhibition featuring eight international artists whose work draws attention to the role of gender in contemporary urban experience. Through a variety of media the artists explore a diverse array of concerns about street life.

The overlapping themes they address include history, memory, social justice, personal safety, public protest, physical movement, and commodity culture. Taking the traditional idea of the “flâneur” as a point of departure, the exhibition highlights key themes from ongoing scholarly debate about the appropriateness or indeed the existence of the female equivalent, the "Flâneuse."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on view through September 29.

"Flâneuse" is a group exhibition featuring eight international artists whose work draws attention to the role of gender in contemporary urban experience. Through a variety of media the artists explore a diverse array of concerns about street life.

The overlapping themes they address include history, memory, social justice, personal safety, public protest, physical movement, and commodity culture. Taking the traditional idea of the “flâneur” as a point of departure, the exhibition highlights key themes from ongoing scholarly debate about the appropriateness or indeed the existence of the female equivalent, the "Flâneuse."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on view through September 29.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery
2900 W. Berry St.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
https://finearts.tcu.edu/event/flaneuse/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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