Rob Giampietro To Join MoMA as Director of Design

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New-York based art museum, The Museum of Modern Art or MoMA declared that Rob Giampietro will join as its new director of design. Rob Giampietro will collaboratively work with Rob Baker, who is director of marketing and creative strategy at the museum and Leah Dickerman, director of editorial and content strategy. Rob Giampietro will join the museum’s newly formed creative team.

The Museum of Modern Art or MoMA recognized as one of the largest as well as most influential museums of modern art in the world. The art museum offers an overview of modern art including drawing, painting, prints, photography, electronic media and many more. The MoMA Library includes exhibition catalogs, 300,000 books over 1,000 periodical titles.

Rob Baker, director of marketing and creative strategy at the Museum of Modern Art said, “We are thrilled to have Rob join our new team at this exciting moment, with our expanded museum opening to audiences next year.” Further, he added, “Rob brings to MoMA a wealth of experience across many sectors, with a keen understanding of how brands and identities need to work in the 21st century.”

Prior to this, Rob Giampietro worked at Google where he served as a design manager and responsible for the launch of Rob Giampietro’s the rise of graphic design MFA programs was issued in the Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design.