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About Natalie Zelt

Natalie Zelt, MFAH curatorial assistant for photography since 2009, is the curator of the exhibition Public Dress. She is also a co-curator of WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath. Zelt came to the MFAH from Washington, DC, where she completed her BA in American studies at George Washington University and worked as a gallery assistant at Hemphill Fine Arts.

Posts by Natalie Zelt

  1. 20 Aug
    Mon / 2012
    What does it take for you to dress your best? What makes you reach into the back of your closet for those epic combat boots or your favorite pair of neon leggings? Nothing can push you to the edge of fashion faster than a friend who is also feeling fabulous. A number of the photographs in the exhibition Public Dress capture style in duplicate. From Weegee’s staged encounter with the sumptuously dressed Mrs....

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