Camilla Brown is a curator, writer and lecturer on contemporary art, specialising in photography. She has over 15 years experience working as a Curator of contemporary art specialising in photography. For ten years she was Senior Curator at The Photographers' Gallery, London. Previous to which she was Exhibitions Curator at Tate Liverpool. She is a member of the international curators network IKT, she regularly sits on the jury for prizes and competitions and for three years was on the jury for the Amnesty International Photojournalism prize.
Brown, Camilla (2017) How the personal remains political in Photography today. Scene, 5 (1). pp. 23-35. ISSN 2044-3714
Brown, Camilla (2017) Camilla Brown: In the public domain - a curators perspective. In: Photographers and Research: The role of research in contemporary photographic practice. Read, Shirley and Simmons, Mike , eds. Routledge, New York, pp. 246-256. ISBN 9781138844315
Healey, Phil and Brown, Camilla (2015) Exposure 3: human drama and documentary. In: Exposure 3: Human Drama and Documentary, 25 Nov 2015, Institute of Contemporary Art, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH.
Brown, Camilla (2015) Playing and reality the work of E J Major. Playing and Reality E J Major .
Brown, Camilla (2016) New models and frontiers for photography collections in the digital age. In: Uncertain States Event: Keepers of Culture – Considering Photographic Collections, 10 Jun 2016, QUAD, Market Place, Cathedral Quarter, Derby. DE1 3AS..
Sally Mann: The Family and the land -The Photographers' Gallery Summer 2010
Jordan Baseman – Dark is the night The Photographers' Gallery; ArtSway New Forest and the New Forest pavilion in the Venice Biennale DATE
Dryden Goodwin: Cast The Photographers' Gallery; Hasselblad Centre Sweden September 2008 – January 2009
Once more with feeling: Recent photography from Colombia
Co-curated with Pippa Oldfield venues: Impressions Gallery Bradford, The Photographers' Gallery London; Rugby Art Gallery University of Hertfordshire and University of Essex April – June 2008
Ori Gersht The Clearing The Photographers' Gallery December 2005 – February 2006
Guy Tillim – Leopold and Mobutu The Photographers' Gallery August to September 2005
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin – Mr Mkhize's portrait and other from the new South Africa The Photographers' Gallery June – July 2004
Over the Threshold; Frenchmottershead, The Photographers' Gallery, London 2011
Sally Mann: The Family and the land; The Photographers' Gallery; London; 2010
Jordan Baseman: Dark is the night, The Photographers' Gallery; London and ArtSway, New Forest; 2009 (Co-edited with Peter Bonnell)
Once more with feeling: Recent photography from Colombia: The Photographers' Gallery; London and Impressions Gallery, Bradford; 2007 (Co-edited with Pippa Oldfield)
The Grand Tour: Gayle Chong Kwan, contributed an essay in book published by ArtSway, New Forest; 2009
Dryden Goodwin: Cast; contributed an essay in book published by Photoworks, UK and Steidl, Germany 2008
Chris Coekin: The Hitcher; Walkout Books, UK 2007
The House by the sea; Marjorlaine Ryley Villa Mona a proper kind of house; Trace editions, Dorset; 2006
Looking at the overlooked; Stilled contemporary still life photography by women;
Ffotogallery Wales Ltd; (contributed chapter to) 2005
Re:mote; Remote Essays on creativity, technology and remoteness; Bloc Press, UK (under maiden name Jackson) 2003
Willie Doherty Somewhere Else; Tate Liverpool (under maiden name Jackson) 1998
Women photographers working in Britain