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Jennifer Phipps interviews Natalie King

Jennifer Phipps interviews Natalie King, curator of Up Close

Up Close is mostly made up of an exhibition of the photographs of Carol Jerrems (1949–1980), an artist who died aged thirty. She left a large archive of photographs that was gifted to the National Gallery of Australia by her mother, Joy Jerrems in 1981. Curator Natalie King has spent four years researching the exhibition, and placed Jerrems in the context of candid photography as self-identity.