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MOMA Chooses Ann Temkin as Chief Curator for Painting and Scultpture

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MoMA Picks One of Its Own for Curator
By CAROL VOGEL
Published: September 2, 2008

After a six-month search, the Museum of Modern Art has chosen one of its own curators, Ann Temkin, to succeed John Elderfield, who retired as chief curator of painting and sculpture in July.

A view of “Color Chart” at MoMA, organized by Ann Temkin.

Ms. Temkin assumes the curatorial post, considered the most prestigious in the field of Modern art, as MoMA gears up for its second growth spurt in less than a decade. After an $858 million expansion completed in 2004, the museum plans to extend its galleries further in a tower that is being built next door on West 54th Street in Manhattan. The museum is also in the midst of rethinking how it presents the history of Modern art through its world-class collection.

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