Gary Van Zante is Curator of Architecture, Design and Photography at the MIT Museum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he has also been Interim Director of Exhibitions (2008-13) and Director of Gallery Planning (2008-13). At MIT since 2002, he has curated exhibitions ranging from sixteenth-century architectural graphics to contemporary design practice and photography, including a recent exhibition of Berenice Abbott’s science photographs. Van Zante has also organized exhibitions of the work of Joel Tettamanti, Margaret Morton, Gabrielle Basilico, and Cervin Robinson. He has curated over 50 exhibitions. Van Zante’s published work includes a monograph on the nineteenth-century American photographer Theodore Lilienthal (New Orleans 1867: Photographs by Theodore Lilienthal, Merrell, 2008), and recent articles on contemporary photography for Places.