Erika Mosier is a Paper Conservator in the David Booth Conservation Department at MoMA. She joined the Museum as a Fellow in 1992. Prior to taking her current position at MoMA, she was Assistant Conservator at the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. Mosier received her master’s degree in art conservation from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. She gained experience at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Queen’s University Archive, and a postgraduate conservation fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution, Conservation Analytical Laboratory. Mosier has undertaken collaborative research on Joan Miró’s collages of the 1920s, published on Odilon Redon’s lithographs, and contributed to the exhibition catalogues for Gauguin: Metamorphosis and Engineer, Artist, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented. She is the paper conservation liaison to MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design.