MOMA, the museum of modern art in N.Y, has just appointed Clément Chéroux to head its photographic department. He succeeds Quentin Bajac who has taken over the management of the Jeu de Paume in Paris. Clement, who until now was director of the photographic department of SFMOMA, the museum of modern art in San Francisco will take office in June. Clément and Quentin were together director of the Beaubourg photo department a few years ago ...
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