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International Women’s Day

Exhibition : Women's lives – Recto-verso, Ingrid Leddet, France (8-19 March 2010, Hall Segur)

“Women's lives – Recto-Verso” illustrates the fate of women around the world through a very large triptych featuring on one side three female torsos, which represent the visible face of a woman's life, and on the other side, three other female torsos which suggest the reality.

I Leddet gd.JPG The artist and sociologist Ingrid Leddet received artistic training in “Expression plastique” at the ESAA Duperré in Paris, and exhibited her work in numerous galleries and contemporary art fairs.

Last November, she was invited to show her work at the Art Exhibition “Art en Capital” at the Grand Palais in Paris.

Ms. Ingrid Leddet's website

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