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Born 1974 in Lyon, France.
Lives and works in Paris, France.
Marie Robert is head curator of the photography at the musée d’Orsay. She has organized around 10 exhibitions of the collection marked by the social sciences and co-curated the shows Misia, Reine de Paris, Splendeurs et Misères, Images de la prostitution and Qui a peur des femmes photographes ?. With Luce Lebart, in 2020 she co-edited Une histoire mondiale des femmes photographes at éditions Textuel. Her current research is on the criss-crossing relationships between photography and other media. After reintroducing early cinema into the museum's permanent collection in 2019, she is preparing, with Dominique Païni and Paul Perrin, Vivement le cinéma !, an exhibition that will open there in September 2021.