Charles Fourier: L’ecart Absolu at Musée des Beaux-Arts in Besançon, France

Charles Fourier pictured above his design for the Phalanstére, a single-unit house he believed could achieve his ideas of social equality.

This exhibition reveals that though he was branded ‘ungodly’ in his lifetime, Charles Fourier’s utopian vision was surprisingly prescient in places

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