The documentary Delphine et Carole: Insoumuses looks at Les Insoumuses, the ’70s group founded by director Carole Roussopoulos, iconic actress Delphine Seyrig, and Simone de Beauvoir.
Simone de Beauvoir
A Performance Investigates Domesticity and Power via Simone de Beauvoir
Carrie Ahern’s Sex Status 2.0 is a performance of desire in all of its expressions — anguished, flirty, direct, sorrowful, desperate, awkward, joyous — and, as such, essential viewing.
An Exhibition That Feels Like Sitting at Simone de Beauvoir’s Desk
From the Desk of Simone de Beauvoir includes an informal archive of the great feminist philosopher’s works, as well as those of her inspirations and the people influenced by her.
Perverting the Prescriptions of Womanhood
The Woman Destroyed, currently on view at PPOW Gallery, takes as its organizing theme the 1967 Simone de Beauvoir book of the same title, comprised of three stories that explore the personal crises of middle-aged and aging women.