“Venus is getting on in years" – Sandro Boticelli's painting “Birth of the Venus" as a big input picture in the exhibition is faded out with photographs of older women from all over the world by Laurence Grangien, exhibition 2013/14
Museum Frauenkultur Regional–International im Marstall von Schloss Burgfarrnbach/Fürth
Museo Cultura de Mujeres Regional - Internacional, Marstall Schloss Burgfarrnbach/Fürth
"GEWONNENE JAHRE – NEUES ZEITALTER FÜR FRAUEN?" Ausstellung 2014/13
"Las mujeres de las regiones ricas disfrutan de los años ganados con múltiples actividades nuevas"
The life expectancy of women is rising - especially in affluent regions. How do years gained become quality of life? The exhibition presents women who are shaping this new phase of life in a variety of ways. They either “continue like this" without feeling a clear transition into old age or they use it as an opportunity to “start something new". They cultivate and preserve traditions (Re-member), pass on their knowledge to the young generation and actively work for the benefit of future generations (wise women).
The exhibition poses questions, gives suggestions, shows possibilities for action - regionally and internationally - with art contributions, photographs, with examples of solidarity between the generations and with miniature worlds in “pigeonhole thinking".
"Alter hoch Drei - drei ältere Frauen aus drei Jahrhunderten unterhalten sich"