Michelle Kuo was appointed Chief Curator at Large and Publisher at MoMA in 2024. She leads innovative and interdisciplinary work on temporary and collection exhibitions, digital initiatives, research and scholarship, and acquisitions for the Museum’s collection, and she directs MoMA’s ambitious global publications program. Kuo joined MoMA in 2018 as the Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture. Her exhibitions and collaborations have included New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century (2019), Artist’s Choice: Amy Sillman–The Shape of Shape (2020), Amanda Williams: Embodied Sensations (2021), Refik Anadol: Unsupervised (2022), Signals: How Video Transformed the World (2023), Artist’s Choice: Grace Wales Bonner–Spirit Movers (2024), Montien Boonma: House of Hope (2024), and SOUND MACHINES (2024). She has written and lectured widely; her publications include More than Real: Art in the Digital Age (2018), Sensing the Future: Experiments in Art and Technology (forthcoming, 2024), and numerous essays and articles on the work of Robert Rauschenberg, Fluxus, Jack Whitten, Anicka Yi, and others. Kuo taught at Harvard and Yale Universities and serves on the advisory board of the Museum Brandhorst, Munich. From 2010 to 2017, she was Editor-in-Chief of Artforum International. Kuo earned her PhD in the history of art and architecture from Harvard University and her BA from Stanford University. From 2005 to 2007 she was the Wyeth Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art.