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Douglas Kirkland, Celebrity Vault-Mexico 1965

Brigitte Bardot, les annes insouciance
Boulogne-Billancourt, from september 29, 2009 to january 31, 2010 - Tues to Sun, from 11 am to 6 pm

Whether in Saint Tropez or elsewhere, in Nice or Boulogne-Billancourt, France has always had a heart that beats love. And who was named Bardot. A new exhibition, the first to be dedicated solely to her, pays tribute to the Bardot legend. Throughout her career, scandals have always surrounded Brigitte, whose gentleness seems only to apply to animals. Indeed, Bardot has always been a woman of light and sulfur. The world sees Brigitte Bardot as unique and never complacent. For more than 50 years, a whirlwind has surrounded her from the day she appeared, radically and spectacularly turning the settings around her inside-out. At the end of the 50s, in a country still coldly and comfortably ensconced in its corsets, popular actresses of the day were members of the highly respectable Comdie Franaise (the famous company founded by Molire in 1661) wearning silver fox fur and high heels. Brigitte broke down all of that. Like a hurricane, she appeared and was lying naked in And God Created Woman, on her side not revealing anything behind white linen put out to dry. This dazzling creature simply sunbathed. At that moment, Bardot became the actress of all actresses putting aside all the others. On screen as in real life, the eldest daughter of a Parisian bourgeoisie family felt completely at ease in her era, moving and breathing as it suited her. In a country of formal and stuffy folk, she on the contrary vibrantly showed her emotions and was radiant. More than anything else, in fact, she was the personification of her time. At an era when overt sexuality was still considered sinful, she was the one who dared. She dared to love one man after another. In her footsteps, a whole new generation, the followers of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe, learnt to go out on their own for an evening experiencing for themselves the confusion of amorous quests. Her influence was fundamental. Without exhibitionist intentions nor selfish motives, Brigitte showed us what desire can be and thereby rejected hypocrisy. All over the world, millions of people understood the message surprised, but easily won over by her charm...

  Altre Gallery:

The Frietmuseum, Belgio

PITOTI. Arte rupestre

FERRARA VIVE

Progetto NIKER

Palma di Maiorca

New Italian Center

Teatro d'Italia

KLIMT a Venezia

Duffy

DA HOPPER A WARHOL

STEVE JOBS

FOLIES BERGÈRE

Spagna. Rifiuti Illegali italiani

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La Roca London Gallery

MONDRIAN

AUDREY per l'UNICEF

WTE UNESCO 2011

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I Nuovi segnali di balneazione

Wim e Donata Wenders

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World Press Photo 2011

Europunk

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GOLDEN FOOT 2010

Chardin

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Festival International de Piano

Esimit Europa 2

Egon Schiele

Fest. Printemps des Arts

Caravaggio-Bacon

La Principessa Grace

BB

Form Matters

Londinesi

DA VELASQUEZ A MURILLO

Napoleon III and Paris

Printemps des Arts

Malta

Tra sacro e profano

Correggio

Jones Beach

Kees Van Dongen

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German Watch Museum

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China Design Now

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Soutine a Parigi

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Festival Printemps des Arts

Ettore Sottsass

Duchamp


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