The Exponentielles collective presents “A Sacred Africa”: Women, shellfish and ecological prospective – Lequotidien – Journal d’information Générale

It is exhibited a few meters from the Henriette Bathily Women’s Museum. “A Sacred Africa”, by the Exponentielles collective, is not limited to being a replica of the black continent with material from the sea. It reads like an ecological metaphor. It is intended to be the first step towards a museum dedicated to shellfish. … Read more

Pauline Ohrel: “Sculpting a sacred work is a highlight, sometimes even a mystical encounter”

Pauline Ohrel Sculpting a sacred work is a highlight sometimes

As a worthy daughter of my father, a senior civil servant, I first threw myself into the intellectual world. For 12 years, I complied with my studies by being a lawyer at the Paris Bar. The legal reasoning intoxicated me, I must admit. And then one day, I had a revelation, I suddenly realized that … Read more