Born in 1973 in Versailles.
Lives and works in Lausanne.
Anne Lacoste is an exhibition curator at the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne. She has a master’s degree in international commerce and a doctorate in art history on the photographic practices associated with 19th century archaeology in the Orient.
After a stint at Christie’s, she began her career as a curator in 2005 at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
She has worked on exhibitions and publications covering the history of photography: Paul Strand (2006), contemporary American photography (2006), Luc Delahaye (2007), the portrait (2009), Irving Penn (2010), Felice Beato (2010), the sky (2011), the Photomaton (2012), private collections (2012), and Philippe Halsman (2014).