Rethinking the Museum: MoMA in the 21st Century
The Samuel J. Heyman Memorial Lecture
Glenn Lowry became the sixth director of The Museum of Modern Art in 1995. He leads a staff of over 850 people and directs an active program of exhibitions, acquisitions, and publications. A strong advocate of contemporary art, he has lectured and written extensively on the role of artists and museums in society. Lowry received a B.A. degree (1976) magna cum laude from Williams College, and M.A. (1978) and Ph.D. (1982) degrees in history of art from Harvard University.