Associate Curator of Photography, High Museum of Art
Gregory Harris is the Associate Curator of Photography at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. He is a specialist in contemporary photography with a particular interest in documentary practice. Since joining the High in 2016, Greg has curated the exhibitions Way Out There: The Art of Southern Backroads and Look Again: 40 Years of Collecting Photographs as well as solo shows with Thomas Struth, Paul Graham, and Amy Elkins. He recently led the expansion and installation of the High’s new photography galleries. Before joining the High, Greg was the Assistant Curator at the DePaul Art Museum in Chicago. He previously held curatorial positions in the Photography Department at the Art Institute of Chicago. He has contributed essays to monographs by Matthew Brandt, Paul D’Amato, Amy Elkins, Jill Frank, and the Metabolic Studio. In addition to his curatorial work, Greg is a member of the Advisory Council of Atlanta Celebrates Photography. He earned a BFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago, and an MA in art history from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Greg is interested in cohesive projects of a fine art or documentary nature at all stages of development, particularly those that will hopefully result in a book or exhibition. He is less interested in commercial photography. Portfolios of any format that best suits the project are welcome.
Reviewing Thursday, September 19, Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 22