Oluremi C. Onabanjo was appointed The Peter Schub Curator in the Robert B. Menschel Department of Photography at MoMA in 2024, having served as Associate Curator since 2021. At MoMA, she organized the exhibitions Projects: Ming Smith (2023) and New Photography 2023 (2023), and she is deeply involved in the ongoing reinstallation of the Museum’s collection as co-chair of the Early Modern Working Group. Onabanjo is a 2024 Center for Curatorial Leadership Fellow, and was the 2022 recipient of the Cisneros Institute Curatorial Research Grant. Prior to joining the Museum, Onabanjo was Director of Exhibitions and Collections of the Walther Collection and served on the curatorial team of the eighth edition of the Triennial of Photography Hamburg. A 2020 Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant recipient, she is the author of Ming Smith: Invisible Man, Somewhere Everywhere (2023) and the editor of Marilyn Nance: Last Day in Lagos (2022). Her research engages Black feminist histories of photography across Africa and the African diaspora, resulting in key acquisitions for MoMA’s collection and contributions to its ongoing program. Onabanjo is a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University, and holds an MSc in visual, material, and museum anthropology from Oxford University.