Worked with the photography department at MoMA on photography's role in the expanded museum. Curated vitrines in the new fifth floor American galleries from the P.J. Cohen Collection. The images were taken by an anonymous mid-century photo booth photographer c. 1930s-60s. Most were no larger than 2x2", but they presented a zany, earnest, accidental portrait of America, witnessed across this eclectic pool of some 500 photographs. The vitrines, and Cindy Shermanesque images, can be seen in the fifth floor American galleries.

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