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Flow : the exhibition on menstruation : exhibition book / edited by Jana Wittenzellner and Franka Schneider

Contributor(s): Wittenzellner, Jana [editor literari] | Schneider, Franka [editor literari] | Museum Europäischer Kulturen (Berlín, Alemanya) [institució d'acollida].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publication series of the Museum Europäischer Kulturen: volum 26Publisher: Berlin : Museum Europäischer Kulturen - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, [2023]Copyright date: ©2023Description: 87 pàgines : il·lustracions (principalment en color ; 26 cm.Content type: text | imatge fixa Media type: sense mediació Carrier type: volumISBN: 9783886098903.Subject(s): Menstruació -- Exposicions | Dones -- Salut i higiene -- Aparells i accessoris -- Disseny -- Exposicions | Femenisme -- ExposicionsSummary: "Around two billion people in the world menstruate. An additional 1.5 billion have had or will have their periods. Nevertheless, menstruation is considered a taboo topic. The exhibition and the accompanying catalog use personal and museum objects, interviews, music, film and art to unfold the discourses and debates of recent decades, trace the development of menstrual products from the late 19th century to the present day and give space to the voices of menstruating people" -- Proporcionat per l'editor
List(s) this item appears in: Dones i disseny | Catàlegs Exposicions 2024
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Llibre imprès modern Museu del Disseny de Barcelona
Sala general D.073.22 Flo (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Checked out 10/09/2024 10600000031595

Catàleg de l'exposició celebrada al Museum Europäischer Kulturen, a Berlín, del 6 d'octubre de 2023 al 6 d'octubre de 2024

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"Around two billion people in the world menstruate. An additional 1.5 billion have had or will have their periods. Nevertheless, menstruation is considered a taboo topic. The exhibition and the accompanying catalog use personal and museum objects, interviews, music, film and art to unfold the discourses and debates of recent decades, trace the development of menstrual products from the late 19th century to the present day and give space to the voices of menstruating people" -- Proporcionat per l'editor

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