MoMA’s Gretchen Wagner Named Curator at Pulitzer Foundation

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Wagner. (Courtesy Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts)

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, in St. Louis, has tapped Gretchen Wagner, assistant curator in the department of prints and illustrated books at the Museum of Modern Art, to be its new curator. She will start work there on Oct. 15.

Ms. Wagner’s curatorial credits at MoMA include Gabriel Orozco’s “Samurai Tree Invariants” (2009–10), “Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962-1978″ (2011–12) and the upcoming 98th edition of MoMA’s “Projects” series, which will feature the collective Slavs and Tatars and is set to open Aug. 15.

She earned her master’s degree at art-history powerhouse Williams College, in Williamstown, Mass., and previously served as a curatorial assistant at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, in Sarasota Springs, N.Y.

Congratulations, Ms. Wagner.