Susan Bright

Susan Bright is a curator and writer. She has authored numerous books including Art Photography Now (Aperture, 2005), Face of Fashion (Aperture, 2007), How We Are: Photographing Britain (2007, co-authored with Val Williams), Auto Focus (2010), and Home Truths: Photography and Motherhood (2013). In 2007, she co-curated “How We Are: Photographing Britain,” which was the first major exhibition of British photography at Tate. The exhibition of Home Truths (Photographers’ Gallery, London, and Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago) was named one of the top exhibitions of 2013/2014 by the Guardian and the Chicago Tribune. She currently lives in Paris.


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Lunch and Other Distractions: On Susan Bright’s Pictorial History of Food Photography


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