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Hélène's trips
86338-20 © Hélène Roger-Viollet / Roger-Viollet

From February 12 to April 3, 2021

Hélène's trips

For the first time, Hélène Roger-Viollet's photographs are to be discovered on the occasion of the exhibition Hélène's trips, a lifetime spent on documenting the world.

Roger-Viollet Gallery welcomes you from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm.

6 rue de Seine 75006 Paris + 33 1 55 42 89 00 - galerie@roger-viollet.fr


  • Mannequins


  • Shooting of the film "Napoléon" by Abel Gance. 1925-1927

    Shooting of the film "Napoléon" by Abel Gance. 1925-1927

  • Reading by Janine Niepce

    Reading by Janine Niepce

  • Death of Nelly Kaplan

    Death of Nelly Kaplan

  • Robert Boulin

    Robert Boulin

  • The unknown soldier

    The unknown soldier

  • Charles de Gaulle (1890-1970)

    Charles de Gaulle (1890-1970)

  • Maurice Genevoix (1890-1980)

    Maurice Genevoix (1890-1980)

  • Jean Jaures (1859-1914)

    Jean Jaures (1859-1914)

  • Paris by night

    Paris by night

  • Curfew: curtain for the show

    Curfew: curtain for the show

  • The Circus by Gaston Paris

    The Circus by Gaston Paris


Exhibition rentals

For your cultural events, we propose a choice of turnkey exhibitions, or to explore together our exceptional photographic archives for the production of made-to-measure projects.

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Our Photographers

  • Jean Marquis

    Jean Marquis

    Born in the North of France in 1926, Jean Marquis moved to Paris in 1949. He drifted from job to job until he met Robert Capa who encouraged him to become a photojournalist. A member of Magnum agency [...]

  • Bernard Lipnitzki

    Bernard Lipnitzki

    Bernard Lipnitzki was born in Paris in 1930. A cinema fan, he took the examination to French cinema school IDHEC in 1949. As he failed it, he followed his father to Venezuela where the latter opened [...]

  • Jean-Pierre Couderc

    Jean-Pierre Couderc

    Jean-Pierre Couderc, a compulsive photojournalist and steady contributor to the magazine L'Express from 1970 to 2003, photographed political, artistic and literary life, and French sports news for [...]

  • Gaston Paris

    Gaston Paris

    Né en 1903, Gaston Paris est dès les années 1930 l'un des piliers de l'hebdomadaire Vu fondé en 1928 par Lucien Vogel. Seul salarié parmi les photographes, il partage les pages du magazine avec Laure [...]

  • Henri Roger

    Henri Roger

    Henri Roger was born in 1869. He took his first photograph at the age of eleven. When he was twenty, and a young engineer, he became one of the precursors of photographic special effects. His first [...]

  • Laure Albin-Guillot

    Laure Albin-Guillot

    Born in 1879, Laure Albin Guillot is remarkable for her longevity and the variety of her work. Married to a scientist, she invented the term “micrography” in the 1920s, referring to her photographs ma [...]

  • Jack Nisberg

    Jack Nisberg

    Jack Nisberg was born in Chicago (USA) in 1922. He started studying photography but his course was interrupted when the U.S. entered World War II. At first he served on the Pacific front and later in [...]

  • Alain Adler

    Alain Adler

    Ten years of French cinema. From 1954 to 1964, French photographer Alain Adler roamed the sets of French cinema. The decade was rich with productions : from the beginnings of the "Nouvelle Vague" [...]


Explore our collections

  • Science and technology

    Science and technology

  • Libération de Paris

    Libération de Paris

  • Beaux Arts

    Beaux Arts

  • Universal & Colonial Exhibitions

    Universal & Colonial Exhibitions

  • Life under occupation

    Life under occupation

  • WWII


  • Architecture


  • History of France

    History of France

  • Insolite


  • Artist portraits

    Artist portraits

  • Transportation


  • Rural life and villages in France

    Rural life and villages in France

  • Dance & Opera

    Dance & Opera

  • Cinema


  • Marville & Atget

    Marville & Atget

  • Music



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