Marie Robert is chief curator at the Musée d'Orsay, in charge of photography. Author of a dozen hangings of the collection marked by social sciences, she was also co-curator of the exhibitions Misia, Reine de Paris (2011), Splendeurs et Misères. Images of Prostitution (2015) and Who is Afraid of Women Photographers? (2015). With Luce Lebart, she co-edited in 2020 Une histoire mondiale des femmes photographes, published by Textuel. Her current research focuses on the intersecting relationships between photography and other media. She is preparing, with Clara Bastid, Jazz Power! an exhibition that should be presented this summer at the Rencontres d'Arles and, with Dominique Païni and Paul Perrin, Vivement le cinéma! to be seen at the Musée d'Orsay in September 2021.
She talks with Alain Berland in particular about the book Une histoire mondiale des femmes photographes (éditions Textuel, 2020).
Podcast on the Appli des Beaux-Arts de Paris