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MoMA announces the first U.S. exhibition to encompass photographer Stephen Shore’s entire career

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Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet

Laurence Cornet

Journalist : United States
New York, USA

I have worked for the past nine years as a photography and video critic. I am a regular contributor for various magazines including Images Magazine (FR), Boltart (TR), Brownbook (UAE), L'Oeil de la Photographie (FR/US), Le Devoir (CA), Tunica (US), Prussian Blue (FR), Camera (FR) and Dog Food (US),  of which I am also the co-editor. Besides medias, I have worked on severals book projects world wide (Actes Sud, RecCollective) and curated photography from and about the Middle East and the Mediterranean for French and Turkish institutions (Le Bleu du Ciel, PhotoMed, Christies).
Since 2012, I am based in New York,  from where I pursue writing and curating projects while coordinating the development of MagnumTime, the oral history project of the Magnum Foundation.

(Copyright photo: Sinem Disli)

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