Born 1982, Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris.
Raphaële Bertho teaches art at the Université de Tours. A photography historian, since 2005 she has focused on the aesthetic and political issues of depicting contemporary territory. In 2013, she published La Mission Photographique de la DATAR, un Laboratoire du Paysage Contemporain as well as several articles, including “Les Grands Ensembles, Cinquante Ans d’une Politique Fiction Française”. She and Héloïse Conesa will curate Paysages Français: une Aventure Photographique (1984-2017), a show at the BnF in autumn 2017.