Curator Charlotte Cotton will discuss the climate of contemporary photographic practice—both reasons to be optimistic about the state of artist-led photographic ideas and the factors that militate against it—at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. She will address these themes through her recent curatorial projects and publications, including her 2015 survey of post-Internet photography, Photography Is Magic, her 2018 book Public, Private, Secret: On Photography and the Configuration of Self, and her current rewriting of the influential textbook The Photograph as Contemporary Art.
Free with Museum Admission
Ahead of her talk, the High Musuem spoke with Charlotte on how she sees the medium evolving in our current moment. To read the interview click here.