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Meet the MIA: Rachel McGarry
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Adjunct Assistant Curator, Prints and Drawings
I’ve been at the MIA about 3 years
Describe something interesting or unusual about your work here.
Most of my work is very interesting here. My research always begins with the physical art object, so I get to spend a lot of time looking at, examining, even touching fine works of art. Recently I’ve been working closely with our drawing collection—we have over 2,000 drawings, pastels and watercolors at the MIA. They are such an extraordinary pleasure to study. When looking at an artist’s sketch page or quick compositional study, one gets the feeling like you’ve entered the mind of the artist and you are witnessing the artist invent right on the page before your eyes. Since works on paper are sensitive to light, each object can only be exhibited periodically, but visitors are welcome to make an appointment to see works in storage in the Print Study Room
As for unusual, you will frequently find me in the study room posed like a contortionist in front of the light box, in an effort to find hidden watermarks and collectors’ marks on works in the collection. Also posing with an apple for this photograph—à la Eve or Atlanta—strikes me as rather unusual too…
What was your first job?
My very first job was an internship at the Minneapolis advertising agency Fallon McElligott. I was 15 and really loved operating the automated stamp machine in the mailroom.
After college I moved to New York and worked at Christie’s auction house. While I would ultimately settle in the Silver Department—a wonderful place to work, with amazing silver in the vault and knowledgeable experts to learn from—my first position there was much more grim. I was placed in the Estates Department, where I was charged with clipping obituaries from newspapers to distribute to the executive staff.
What’s hanging on your walls?
Art work by friends and family, old maps of Italian cities, film stills from classic Italian cinema—mostly showing people eating pasta—and of course, a number of prints purchased at the MIA print fair.
If you weren’t a curator, what would you be?
I’d love to work in the foreign service or as a journalist, and I always wished I had tried management consulting in my younger days…Top Chef also makes me want to be a chef.
What was the first object you ever collected?
Books—nothing really rare—I’ve just always had a thing for books. I love libraries and used bookstores, and I often troll websites for out of print art history books and childrens’ books. Needless to say, I cringe at the sight of a Kindle.
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ARTIC high speed rail station winning concept. on Vimeo by Gordon Tarpley
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I was lucky enough to work on this render for the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). Designed by HOK Los Angeles and Parsons Brinkerhoff.
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