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The Author : Anne-Charlotte Michaut


Anne Charlotte Michaut is an art historian with a multidisciplinary educational background. She first specialised in English literature during two years of preparatory cycle in literature. Then she received a Bachelor of Art in French Literature at Paris- Sorbonne University and started studying Art History at École du Louvre (bachelor’s degree) and Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Master’s degree). Through her research and
various work experiences in the cultural field, she explored the links between contemporary art and other human sciences, especially Gender Studies and anthropology, as well as literature, but also other artistic practices, such as architecture and design. She now writes for several magazines and develops an approach to contemporary art in relation to societal issues, and more specifically issues related to identity, gender and sexuality.

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Investigation by Anne-Charlotte Michaut
26 February 2020

Millennials Women Creators Attack the Archetypes of Femininity

Investigation by Anne-Charlotte Michaut

Garance Bonotto, Marilou Poncin, Alis Pelleschi and Chelsea Culprit are young creators who are reinvesting the archetypal figures of femininity. With humour and tenderness, they point out the contradictions in our collective representations and social behaviours. By showing the other side of the coin and diverting the stigma, they have transformed the alienating assignment to a certain type of femininity into a powerful weapon in women’s struggle for freedom, especially sexual freedom.

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