The girl complained about double standards.
A visitor to the Musée d'Orsay in Paris was not allowed to enter a cultural institution because of the dress she was wearing with a deep neckline, Chronicle.info reports with reference to the Voice.
The woman, who identified herself as Jeanne, said on social networks that she was denied access to the Musée d'Orsay in the French capital.
Museum staff drew attention to the overly open cleavage area and said that she needed to cover herself before going inside. At the same time, no remark was made to her friend, who was accompanying her, dressed in a dress that opened her stomach. Jeanne was allowed into the museum only after she put on a jacket.
Zhanna criticized the museum staff and accused them of “double standards”. She drew attention to the fact that the museum exhibits sculptures and paintings with naked bodies. In addition, many other visitors were also dressed in revealing outfits. She also accused the museum staff of being able to deny a person access to knowledge and works of art, based on their own subjective opinion about the decency of a particular dress. In the comments to the post, representatives of the museum apologized to Jeanne.
The Musée d'Orsay Museum of Fine Arts in Paris was founded in 1986. This is the third most popular museum in the French capital. It contains the works of the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists from the period 1850-1910s. The collection is also rich in works of decorative art in the Art Nouveau style, sculptures, photographs and objects of architecture.