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Film shoots and image rights

Film and photo shoots

Film and photo shoots can be held at the Musée Cognacq-Jay subject to advance authorisation. The processing time required for such permits is around three weeks.
The museum staff can help welcome your teams, as well as coordinating and assisting with requests for filming permits.

Ordering reproductions

High-quality photographs of works from the Cognacq-Jay collections can be obtained from the agency responsible for handling such digital resources and managing the City of Paris’ photographic archives: la Parisienne de Photographie.

La Parisienne de Photographie is a local public-private initiative responsible for publishing and managing reproductions of artworks for use in exhibitions, catalogues or research works.

Requests for official reproductions for publication purposes should be addressed directly to the agency.

A selection of images is also available via www.parisenimages.fr.

 

The agency Roger-Viollet is responsible for the commercial distribution of images for professional use in the press, publishing, advertising etc.
Digital collections are accessible online for professional users via the site www.roger-viollet.fr.

Access, opening times, facilities

Cognacq-Jay Museum
8, rue Elzevir
75 003 Paris

Phone : +00 33 (0)1 40 27 07 21
Tube : Saint-Paul, Chemin-Vert, Rambuteau
Bus : 29, 69, 76, 96

Open tuesday to sunday, 10am to 6pm (ticket desks close at 5.30pm). The museum is closed on mondays and some bank holidays

The museums of the City of Paris strengthen their security. We thank you for being willing to open your luggage to the entrance and to show their contents.

The museum is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

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