Bachelor’s degree in Art History or a comparable academic field, Master’s degree preferred.
Demonstrated work experience successfully organizing exhibitions with budgetary responsibility and experience managing staff. Strong writing, research and organizational skills as well as attention to detail. Ability to create and realize program priorities, including managing multiple projects with competing timelines and budgets. Thorough knowledge and understanding of contemporary art world. Must be able to travel internationally.


Works with the Director of MoMA PS1 and other staff to manage and coordinate the international tour of a multi-faceted group exhibition. Manages communication between all parties, including host venues, the Director of MoMA PS1 and related curators, exhibition sponsor and registration staff. Manages production schedule and budget.

Performs the duties of exhibitions assistant, including research on subjects such as artists, specific works, locations of works, photograph sources, etc. Assists with arranging loans, catalogue preparation, preparation of checklists, coordinating and scheduling work to be done within the Museum and without. Assists with the preparation of wall labels and public texts.

Assists exhibition curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities including administrative work in support of exhibitions and publications.

Works with curatorial interns as assigned.

Keeps informed of current activity through gallery and Museum visits, publications, etc. and conveys observations to the senior staff.

Any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above.


TO APPLY: Applications should include a CV and a writing sample, and will be accepted until 9/18 by email to: