Lydia Mullin is Manager of Collection Galleries in the Department of Curatorial Affairs, overseeing the Museum’s collection gallery program. She joined MoMA in 2018 as a Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Painting and Sculpture, where she worked on exhibitions including The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden: A Habitat (2021–23), Susan Rothenberg (2022), Refik Anadol: Unsupervised (2022–23), Ellsworth Kelly: A Centennial Celebration (2023), Jennifer Bartlett’s Rhapsody (2023), YOU ARE HERE* Contemporary Art in the Garden (2023–24), and Leslie Thornton’s HANDMADE (2023–24), as well as Collection: 1880s–1940s and Collection: 1980s–Present (both ongoing). In her current role, Mullin works across curatorial departments and with broader Museum teams and leadership to plan for new presentations in the collection galleries on MoMA’s second, fourth, and fifth floors, in the lobbies, and in the Sculpture Garden. She is invested in supporting acquisitions, research projects, institutional collaborations, and other initiatives as they relate to the collection gallery program. She holds a BA in art history from the University of Chicago.