Confining the daily life

12 June to 20 September 2020

This exhibition was produced in record time, in just a few weeks by the La Pulperie team. The objective, in our own way and quite simply, was to ignore this invisible enemy who turns our daily lives upside down. Our collection is thus put to good use, from the angle of confinement. The objects chosen illustrate what we do to continue our lives, each in our home: to feed us, to learn, to entertain us, to express ourselves. It is therefore a look at the objects making up our collections that will allow visitors to see the reality of the past in a very contemporary context. Welcome to this modest exhibition that will take you back in time, two meters away!

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