Elizabeth St. George
Assistant Curator, Decorative Arts
Elizabeth St. George joined us in January 2020 as Assistant Curator, Decorative Arts. Previously, she was Senior Research Associate at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she assisted with the renovation of the institution’s British Sculpture and Decorative Arts galleries. She has also held positions at Pratt Institute, the Museum of Arts and Design, and Bard Graduate Center, where she worked on the exhibitions Knoll Textiles: 1945–2010 and William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain, among others.
Elizabeth is a specialist in nineteenth- and twentieth-century architecture and design and is currently a doctoral candidate at Bard Graduate Center, from which she also received her M.A. Her dissertation is a study of the migration of modernist Czechoslovak artists, designers, and architects to America from the 1920s through the postwar period.