As part of the ECAL Photography Department, Luce Lebart presents her recent book "Une Histoire Mondiale des Femmes Photographes" (Textuel, 2020) edited in collaboration with Marie Robert.
Luce Lebart, photography historian, curator, researcher
Thursday 27 May at 6pm
Luce Lebart is a photography historian, curator and researcher for the Archive of Modern Conﬂict collection. Her research focuses on images and practices that have remained in the shadow of history. She is particularly interested in photographs produced without artistic intent, archives, the history of techniques and collections, and scientiﬁc and documentary photography. Her latest books include "Une Histoire Mondiale des Femmes Photographes" which she edited with Marie Robert (Textuel, 2020), "Inventions 1915-1938" (RVB Books – CNRS, 2019), "Gold and Silver" (RVB Books, 2018), "Les Grands Photographes du XXe siècle" (Larousse, 2017), "Lady Liberty" (Le Seuil, 2016) and "Les Silences d’Atget" (Textuel, 2015). She is also the author of photo books such as "Mold is Beautiful" (Poursuite, 2015) and "Tâches et Traces" (Diaphane, 2015). She is currently preparing an exhibition on home economics at the National Archives and a book on Albert Kahn that will be published by Gallimard in November 2021, for the opening of the new museum.