Carolle Bénitah a photographer, was born in Casablanca and now lives and works in Marseille. Her work is part of the collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Museum of Marrakech for Photography and Visual Arts, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Katherine Bussard is the Peter C. Bunnell Curator of Photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. Most recently, Bussard coauthored The City Lost and Found: Capturing New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, 1960–1980, an award-winning publication exploring the intersection of photography, architecture, and urban studies. She is also the coauthor of Color Rush: American Color Photography from Stieglitz to Sherman and author of So the Story Goes: Photographs by Tina Barney, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann, and Larry Sultan. Her doctoral research on street photography at the City University of New York is the subject of Unfamiliar Streets: The Photographs of Richard Avedon, Charles Moore, Martha Rosler, and Philip-Lorca diCorcia.

Liz Brown is at work on Twilight Man: The Strange Life and Times of Harrison Post, to be published by Viking. Her reviews and essays have appeared in Bookforum, Elle Decor, frieze, London Review of Books, Los Angeles Times, and New York Times Book Review, among other publications. She is a recipient of a Wallis Annenberg Research Grant and has been a visiting writer at Wesleyan University, as well as a faculty member in the International Center for Photography-Bard MFA program. She lives in Los Angeles.

Amanda Maddox is an associate curator in the department of photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Since 2011, she has organized or co-organized numerous exhibitions at the Getty, including Now Then: Chris Killip and the Making of “In Flagrante” (2017); Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows (2015); Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful (2014); and Japan’s Modern Divide: The Photographs of Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto (2013). During her stay at the Dora Maar House, Maddox completes work related to a forthcoming exhibition and publication about Dora Maar.