Author: Marlyn Musicant

I'm the exhibitions coordinator at the Getty Research Institute. I earned my M.A. in the History of Decorative Arts, Design and Culture at the Bard Graduate Center, New York. Prior to joining the GRI, I organized the installation of the permanent collection of British and European art at the Huntington (2004–2008) and produced interpretive content for the J. Paul Getty Museum (2000–2004). I've taught the history of the built environment at UCLA and given lectures on 18th-century British art. My past research has focused on the history of textiles and the interior in the 20th century, and my current research focuses on 20th-century industrial design and architecture, particularly the work of German émigré Karl Schneider (1892–1945), whose archive resides at the GRI.