Charlotte Cotton Joins ICP

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The International Center of Photography has announced that curator and writer Charlotte Cotton has been selected as its first curator-in-residence, a new position at the museum. Cotton, the author of Photography Is Magic, published in September by Aperture, told the New York Times that she will emphasize a more thematic approach to exhibitions. When the museum opens in its new space on the Bowery in May, the exhibitions in the first year will focus on surveillance, and what Cotton called “these kinds of dual spectrums of photography: voyeurism and exhibitionism.”