• JUN 12 to AUG 25
    Group Exhibition
    XXI: un futuro en femenino


    • Group Exhibition
    • Contemporary
    • Emerging Artists

    Dates and Opening hours

    JUN 12 to AUG 25, 2013

    Event Location

    CaixaForum Barcelona

    Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8

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    "XXI: a future female" exhibition promoted by Dr. Santiago Dexeus and Dr. Damian Dexeus through SOMDEX Foundation shows that they are obsolete progressive battles had to take to get some minimal freedoms for woman. Now we find an open space in which socio gender difference should not be spent in opposition, but in absolute equality.

    The exhibition presents the keys to be the visitors themselves who answer a basic question: Are we truly egalitarian society?
    "XXI: a future female" encompasses three main subject areas: domestic space, public space and private space. The domestic sphere of private and family life, addresses the issues of responsibility between men and women, family reconciliation and non-sexist education. The public sphere of work and inclusion in society, encompassing economic and industrial activities, as well as the projection of women in the public sphere. The private realm presents the individual and their right to health and physical and mental development.

    Thanks to the data, impacts and impressions of the exhibition, visitors can check if your company, and your conscience, provide women with the tools to develop their full potential for the future is feminine. Because talk of a future in women is not just about the woman but to build, so egalitarian society we all want.

    Objectives of the exhibition:

    - To know the history of the struggle of women to win facets of your life that were denied: changes in women's role and decision-making on the
    own health.
    - That women discover the tools to understand and demand equality.
    - That men realize unequal situations, to open their eyes and be aware that every small action, every gesture, word or situation
    account to create a more egalitarian society.
    - A commitment to shared responsibility in building the equality of all men and women, public and private institutions, companies and associations,
    professional groups and individuals.

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