Press kits

Press kits


Julie Maillard
Head of Communications
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Programme spring - summer 2024

The exhibitions presented starting on March 28 at Photo Elysée are

  • Man Ray. Liberating Photography
  • Cindy Sherman
  • Christian Marclay × ECAL. Photomaton
  • Aurélie Pétrel × Fabien Vallos × HEAD × ENSP. View and Data

A press conference will be held on Thursday March 28 from 9 to 11am.

The conditions of use of Man Ray's images are indicated in the press kit. All rights reserved. Without permission from ProLitteris, reproduction and any use of the individual and private consultation are prohibited.

Published on 08.03.2024

Program 2024

An overview of the 2024 program announces a year rich in projects, promoting contemporary artists and the museum's collections.

  • Richard Mosse, Broken Spectre
  • Deborah Turbeville, Photocollage
  • Virginie Otth, A Lake in the Eye, One for the Other a carte blanche given to Virginie Otth
  • Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, D'après Ramuz

are on view at Photo Elysée until Frebruary 25, 2024.

Published on 22.12.2023

The call for application for the Prix Elysée 2025 is now open

The Prix Elysée is an international award for photographic production that encourages photographers or mid-career artists to develop an original project on a theme of their choice.

Applications are open from November 10, 2023 to January 28, 2024.

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Published on 10.10.2023

Our autumn 2023 exhibitions

This autumn, Photo Elysée presents five new exhibitions, on view from November 3, 2023:

  • Richard Mosse. Broken Spectre
  • Deborah Turbeville. Photocollage
  • Virgnie Otth. A Lake in the Eye
  • One for the Other. A carte blanche given to Virginie Otth
  • Mathieu Bernard-ReymondPhoto Elysée x La Muette at Signal L.
Published on 09.10.2023

Henriette Grindat at UBS

From September 19 to November 3, 2023, UBS and Photo Elysée present a temporary exhibition entitled Henriette Grindat. Une poétique des formes. The public can discover a selection of the artist's photographs from the museum's collections in the main hall of UBS, Place Saint-François 16, Lausanne.

Published on 01.09.2023

Our summer 2023 exhibitions

This summer, Photo Elysée presents four new exhibitions, on view from June 30, 2023:

  • Laia Abril. Mass Hysteria
  • Open Books
  • Debi Cornwall. Model Citizens
  • Jagoda WisniewskaPhoto Elysée x Arsenic project at Signal L.
Published on 27.06.2023

And the winner of the Prix Elysée 2023 is...

Photo Elysée and Parmigiani Fleurier are pleased to announce the identity of the winner of the Prix Elysée 2023: American photographer Debi Cornwall, was selected by an international jury of experts amongst eight nonimated project. He current series, Model Citizens, will be on view at the Museum June 30-October 1,2023.

Published on 23.05.2023

Our Spring 2023 exhibitions

This spring, Photo Elysée is offering three new exhibitions to discover from March 3, 2023:

  • Blur. A photographic history
  • Gabriel Lippmann. Color photography
  • Under your smell. ECAL X Jean Paul Gaultier.
Published on 16.02.2023

Program 2023

Josef Koudelka. Ikonar, After Nature and #Ukraine are on view at Photo Elysée until January 29, 2023. An overview of the 2023 program announces a year rich in projects, promoting contemporary artists and the museum's collections.

Published on 12.01.2023

Photo Elysée fall program 2022

After the inaugural period that ended on September 25, Photo Elysée presents its fall program, with two exhibitions that will open on Saturday, November 5, 2022: Josef Koudelka. Ikonar. Archival constellations and After nature. Swiss Photography in the 19th Century, as well as a focus on Ukraine in the LabElysée, opening on November 17, 2022.

Published on 24.10.2022