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Elizabeth Mock

♀  American, 1911–1998

Elizabeth worked at MoMA from about 1938 to 1946 as Curator, Designer and Competition Judge , and she was head of the Department of Architecture from 1942–1946 .

Nine exhibitions

EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR
Curator
Photo of the exhibition Three Centuries of American Art

24 May to 31 July 1938

Edward Steichen, Ben Shahn, Charles Sheeler and Man Ray, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition Three Centuries of American Architecture

15 February to 15 March 1939

Frank Lloyd Wright, Marcel Breuer, Walter Gropius and Edward Durell Stone, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition Useful Objects of American Design under $10.00

7 December 1939 to 7 January 1940

Corning Glass Works, Russel Wright, Blenko Glass Co., Inc., Milton, WV and Elizabeth Mock, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition Stockholm Builds

4 August to 8 September 1941

Elizabeth Mock and G. E. Kidder Smith were involved.

Designer
Photo of the exhibition Modern Architecture for the Modern School

16–30 September 1942

Eero Saarinen, Richard Neutra, William Lescaze and Elizabeth Mock, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition Built in the U.S.A., 1932–44

24 May to 22 October 1944

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, Frank Lloyd Wright and Marcel Breuer, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition Tomorrow's Small House: Models and Plans

29 May to 30 September 1945

Philip Johnson, Frank Lloyd Wright, Elizabeth Mock and Serge Chermayeff, among others, were involved.

Curator
Photo of the exhibition If You Want to Build a House

8–30 January 1946

Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, were involved.

Competition Judge
Photo of the exhibition New Dormitories for Smith College

5 February to 14 April 1946

Elizabeth Mock, Philip L. Goodwin, Morris Ketchum and Richard M. Bennett, among others, were involved.