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Anna Sparham has been appointed the National Trust's National Curator, Photography. She has been doing the role for five months on a temporary contract for maternity cover. This has now been made permanent. She takes over from the inaugural curator Catherine Troiano.
Anna was previously freelancing based in her home city of Birmingham where she helped establish the Argenta Gallery . Before that she was curator of photographs at the Museum of London from 2006-2019. She continues to be a co-director of the Developed in Birmingham CIC.
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