I was really proud to invite the Philadelphia Voices of Pride, members of the Gilbert Baker Foundation, Cake Life bake shop, and Amber Hikes of the Mayor’s Office for LGBTQ+ Affairs to the PMA to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rainbow Flag, in collaboration with colleagues across the museum who all came together to…

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I Will What I Want: Women, Design, and Empowerment April 8-23, 2017 at The Sheila Johnson Design Galleries at Parsons The New School for Design, and January 19-May 22, 2018, at muca-Roma, Mexico City as part of the city’s Year of Design // Co-organized with Jimena Acosta I Will What I Want: Women, Design, and Empowerment explores…

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Items: Is Fashion Modern? Sept 26, 2017–Feb 5, 2018 // Co-organized with Paola Antonelli. As part of the MoMA exhibition Items: Is Fashion Modern? we kept a research-in-progress platform here on our exhibition blog. On May 15 and 16 we held a BONANZA research kickoff at MoMA. Check it out here.

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I have been very lucky to work with Paola and in collaboration with the Hyundai Card Design Library on a series of exhibitions that have opened in Seoul over the past three years. This final one, “”This Is for Everyone,” explores symbols and icons in graphic design, and opened in Seoul on August 2, 2016.

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I collaborated as a co-curator on Marc Fischer’s awesome Hardcore Architecture project, and made an interview publication with designer Justin Blinder, bringing the project to ABC No Rio in May 2016. I also moderated a short discussion between Marc and Justin.

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My colleague Luke Baker and I made it into the WSJ as part of a story on the new 4th floor collection rehang at MoMA which we–and many other curators at the museum, led by Ann Temkin and Martino Stierli–helped co-organize: 1960-1969: From the Collection.

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I co-organized this event, “Is This For Everyone? Design and the Common Good,” with Laura Kurgan, Marta Gutman, and Raphael Sperry in conjunction with the MoMA exhibition, “This is for Everyone: Design Experiments for the Common Good.”  .

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