Charlotte Cotton, a British curator who has led the
Los Angeles County Museum of Art's photography department for the last
two years, is joining the staff of the National Media Museum in
As creative director of the museum's planned
expansion in London, she will play an active role in establishing the
new space and shaping its exhibition program.
Cotton came to LACMA after 12 years of curatorial work at the Victoria
& Albert Museum, followed by a period of organizing projects at
smaller institutions in London and New York.
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