A Parisian art museum aims for gender equality with a new exhibition that aims to inspire women.
The museum, called The Museum of Women, is located in a former convent in the heart of the French capital.
It opened last year and is the first museum in the country to offer art exhibitions for all genders.
The exhibition is titled “Tie-dye: The Art of Tie-Dye.”
It includes a variety of works, including prints, drawings, ceramics, paintings and murals.
The art exhibition opens Oct. 31 at the National Gallery of Art in Paris, which houses the Louvre and the Louvain museum.
The project was conceived by the artist Nadine Boesch.
Boesc was born in Brussels, Belgium, and now lives in Paris.
She said that she felt compelled to tackle the issue of representation of women in the arts after reading the book “Women, Power and the Modern Art,” which examines the rise of the artist and her impact on the arts.
“I wanted to create a space that would empower women and encourage them to be more active and express themselves,” Boesh told The Associated Press.
“It’s a way to challenge gender stereotypes.”
The museum’s director, Adèle Boussou, said that women artists are rarely seen in the world of art, but it is their creativity that makes them valuable.
She cited the works of Marie Curie, the French physicist, and Goya as a key example of women artists.
The exhibition will feature works by artists such as Mina Boudicca, an Egyptian sculptor and sculptor, who specializes in textile art.
Boudiccos sculptures can be seen in many of the museum’s artworks, including the “L’Art de la Nouvelle Arts.”
The exhibition was created with the help of Boudici, an artist who specializes on women’s empowerment, Boesi said.
Bousc said she and the museum have received support from the National Union of French Women (UNIF), the country’s largest feminist group.
The UNIF called Boeso and Boudi’s project a “first step toward a fairer world.”
“This is a project that shows that we need to create space for women in our society,” UNIF executive director Christine Ochs told AP.
“The UN should not just support us in creating space, it should support us.”