She said: 'My message is to question the place of women artists in the history of art.
That's why it's necessary to do my performances in museums.'Robertis was in custody for two day before she was seen by a judge.
It was put on to raise money to build playgrounds for children in her home country as well as for UK children's charities.
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She faces trial on October 18 on charges of sexual exhibitionism and assault.
Robertis's lawyer Marie Dose said: 'The legal approach to this affair is scandalous.'It's not exhibitionism if there is no wish to assault someone sexually, which is completely contrary to the work of this performance artist.' Robertis went on trial in February but was acquitted when a judge ruled a similar act to the one she performed at the Decorative Arts Museum and the Museum of European Photography in Paris were deemed artistic performances.
She was arrested in January 2016 for indecent exposure at the Orsay Musum and in May 2014, again at the Orsay.
Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings in the world.
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