All posts by Marguerite Vigliante

Marguerite Vigliante

Marguerite Vigliante is currently the Coordinator for Contemporary Art, Photography and the Works on Paper Study Room and has worked at the museum since 1994. Before coming here, she worked at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. She received a BFA from Hunter College in sculpture and printmaking. She is also a drummer and percussionist, who has performed both in the states and abroad, and has tried her hand at acting off-off Broadway with the Neurotic Theatrical Company. She also donates her time to various cultural organizations. Marguerite has enjoyed working on many exhibitions while at the Museum, including: I Wanna Be Loved By You: Photographs of Marilyn Monroe (2004), Manufactured Landscapes: The Photographs of Edward Burtynsky (2005), William Wegman: Funney/Strange (2006), Looking Back from Ground Zero (2006), Annie Liebowitz (2006) Walton Ford, Tigers of Wrath (2006), Goodbye, Coney Island? (2007), and 21: Selections of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum (2008).

Peace, Love and Posters

The other day I started blogging about the museum’s cool collection of psychedelic posters.  These posters were displayed mostly in hippie boutique windows and on…

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Psychedelic Rock Posters from the Vault

With the exhibition Who Shot Rock & Roll:  A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present, opening tomorrow at the museum, I thought now would be…

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