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The Met Announces Shifts in Photography Department

Posted By Administration, Friday, July 27, 2012
Updated: Monday, December 16, 2013

Curatorial shifts should promise greater depth of study


The Metropolitan Museum announced that starting September 1st two of their current Curatorial Staff to move into new roles. The current Curator in Charge, Malcolm Daniel,to become Senior Curator and Jeff Rosenheim to become Curator in Charge. Daniel's position has been newly created; his time will be dedicated to the early history of photography. Once again Daniel will focus research and scholarship on the 19th and 20th centuries of the medium. To balance study Rosenheim will focus on the Modern and Contemporary aspect of the medium, especially the American contribution. This division of labor should prove effective from both ends- from the history to the cutting edge of future developments.

For more on this story and the accomplishments on both DAniel and Rosenheim please visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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