Education

Ph.D. City University of New York Graduate Program in Art History, 2012.
M.L.S. Rutgers University, 1994.
B.F.A. Cooper Union, 1988.

Employment

Librarian, Reader Services. Museum of Modern Art. 1998–present.
Weekend Librarian. Cooper Union. 1994–2015.
Reference Librarian. Parsons School of Design. 1994–1998.

Selected Publications

Illustrations in Design is Storytelling by Ellen Lupton. D.A.P., 2017. 

Contributor to Items: Is Fashion Modern? Museum of Modern Art, 2017. 

Contributor to MoMA Cubicle by David Horvitz and Zanna Gilbert. Motto, 2015.


The Museum of Modern Art's What is Modern? Series, 1938–1969. Dissertation, City University of New York, 2012.

Blog posts. Inside/Out, post.at.moma.org, and stories.moma.org. Museum of Modern Art, 2010–present.

The De- and Rematerialization of Information in Library Science by Rachael Gugelberger. Artspace, 2011.


Artists’ Books as Indie Publishing in Indie Publishing: How To Design and Publish Your Own Book, by Ellen Lupton. Princeton Architectural Press, 2008.
     
The Value and Aim in Sketching (essays on Louis Kahn Study Tour), Society of Architectural Historians, 2008.



Truth to Materials: Modernism and U.S. Television News Design in Journal of Design History, v18 n2 2005.

Ad Lib: The Advertised Librarian in Information Outlook, v7 n2 2003.
     
     
Fellowships

Barbara Yanni Fellowship, Louis Kahn Study Tour, Society of Architectural Historians, August 2008.

Exhibitions


Frank Lloyd Wright: Publishing the Self. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2017. 

Aerial Imagery in Print, 1860 to Today. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2016. 

"The Roof of the Whale:" El Techo de la Ballena and the Venezuelan Avant-Garde, 1961–1969. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2015.

Messing with MoMA: Critical Interventions at the Museum of Modern Art, 1939-Now. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2015.

Artist/Novelist. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2014.

Artists’ Alphabets. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2012.

"How to Make Good Pictures:" Manuals and the Popularization of Amateur Photography. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2011.

Freedom of the Press: Artists Publish on the Presidency. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2009.

Machine for Living Color. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2008.

Documenting a Feminist Past: Art World Critique. Cullman Education Center, Museum of Modern Art, 2007.

Modern Art and Reactionary Criticism. Museum of Modern Art Library, 2000.

The Armory Show in Modern Starts: 1880–1920. Museum of Modern Art, 1999–2000.

Transfer: Advertising Posters from Japanese Train and Subway Stations. Cooper Union, 1988.

Louis Silverstein: Graphic Design and The New York Times. Cooper Union, 1988.
  
Professional Activities

Instructor, Research Methodologies, Curatorial Practice Program, School of Visual Arts, August 2014-2017.

Artists' talk moderator for Once Upon a Time, There Was The End, Center for Book Arts, June 2014. 

Recent Museum Experiments with Print on Demand. College Art Association Annual Conference, 2013.

Instructor, Arts Librarianship, Long Island University, Fall 2010.

Organizing committee, session moderator. Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference, 2008–2017.

President. Art Librarians Society of North America, Greater New York Chapter, 2006.

Ad Lib: The Advertised Librarian. Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, 2003.


Not Otherwise Specified


Hurricane Tape, 2011.
30 Seconds with Thilo Hoffmann, 2010.

DIY Calendar and template, 2006.

Contact


January 2018