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Hélène Jayet

Hélène Jayet (b. 1977, Châtillon, France; lives and works in Montpellier, France)

Hélène Jayet is a photographer and member ofSignatures; Maison de Photographes. She studied at École des Beaux Arts de Montpellier and Villa Formosa in Pau, France.
She works essentially in analog photography and is interested in new broadcasting modes such as P.O.M. (Small Multimedia Works) and web documentary. Her images deal with intimacy, history, memory and questions on identity. She has worked on the topic of adoption for several years.
Hélène Jayet has collaborated with Le Monde, L’Express, BOOKS magazine and Néon magazine.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014
Colored Only
Alliance Française de Bruxelles-Europe, Brussels, Belgium

2013
Adoptés: L’origine de histoire
Espace Roguet, Toulouse, France

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014-15
La parole aux femmes
Centre d’Art de la Fondation Blachère, Apt, France

2014
WHERE WE’RE AT! Other Voices on Gender
BOZAR, Brussels, Belgium

2011
Circulation(s): Festival of Young European Photography
Jardins de Bagatelle, Paris, France

2010
Biennale de Luang Prabang
Festival OFF, Luang Prabang, Laos

2008
Festival International du Scoop et du Journalisme
Théâtre d’Angers, Angers, France


Exhibitions


Exhibition: Embodied Spaces

An exhibition curated by Christine Eyene on the body, gender and identity.