"Splendour and Misery" at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris.
Protean and elusive, prostitution is rampant in the Parisian society of the nineteenth century.
In the wake of Baudelaire, artists see it as a modern subject by excellence. The exhibition, the first devoted to this theme, shows how artists living in Paris between the Second Empire and the Belle Epoque have continued to seek plastic ways and explore emerging medias, such as photography and cinema, to represent the universe of priced love.
Until the 17th of January 2016.