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Kim named assistant curator of photographs at Amon Carter museum

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The Amon Carter Museum of American Art announced Thursday that Joy Jeehye Kim has been named assistant curator of photographs, a new position created to assist in putting together photography exhibits at the museum, according to a news release.

Kim will work alongside senior curator of photographs John Rohrbach. Her focus will be on work by photographers such as Carlotta Corpron, Erwin E. Smith, Karl Struss and others in the museum’s archives.

Along with working at the Amon Carter museum, Kim will also teach art history courses at Texas Christian University, such as Introduction to Art History and the Survey of Photography. She will also teach a specialized course incorporating works from the Amon Carter museum.

Kim has previously taught art at Yale University, where she earned her doctorate in art history. She was part of a curatorial fellowship at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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