Hélène de Talhouët Exhibition Commissioner

Hélène de Talhouët has a PhD in Art History and has graduated from the ESCP. She has worked 15 years in children’s book editing as editorial manager before leaving Paris for Roubaix, where she met Carolyn Carlson.

Vice-president of the Centre Chorégraphique National, she has been in charge of academic questions at the CCN and at her dance school. She first works with Carolyn Carlson on Le Roi Penché,a piece created for young audience in 2009.

Since that, she has participated actively in the recognition of the dancer and choreographer’s plastic artwork. Exhibition commissioner for Writings on Water at the Musée La Piscine in Roubaix in 2017, and La Femme peinte at the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec in Albi in 2018, she co-signs its catalog.

Teacher-researcher and independent head of project in artistic and cultural engineering, Hélène de Talhouët is also a lecturer, working especially for Hermès. She now lives in Paris.