Her name: Charlotte Cotton. She is one of the new heads of the ICP where she occupies a post with the fine name of Curator-in-Residence, which you can translate into French as commissaire invitee. Her CV is impressive: 9 years at the V and A in London, of which two and half years were spent working on the Bourdin retrospective. Then it was the Photographers’ Gallery following which she went to Art+Commerce, the largest photographic agency of its day, directed by Anne Kennedy.
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