Born 1970, Asnières-sur-Seine, France.
Lives and works in Paris, France and London, United Kingdom.
Luce Lebart is a historian of photography, curator and French correspondent for the Archive of Modern Conflict collection. She directed the Canadian Institute of Photography (2016-2018) and the collections of the Société française de photographie (2011-2016). Her research focuses on archival photography, the history of techniques, scientific and documentary practices relative to image. She was the curator of (among others): “Souvenirs du sphinx“ and “Lady Liberty“ at the Rencontres d’Arles; “Illuminations“ (Foto/Industria, Bologna) ; “Frontera“ (National Gallery of Canada) and “Gold and Silver“ (MBAC and FOAM Amsterdam, 2018). She has published several books, including Les grands photographes du XXe siècle (Larousse, 2017).