Alison de Lima Greene is the Isabel Brown Wilson Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, where she has served on the curatorial staff since 1984. She graduated with honors from Vassar College and received her master’s degree from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. Prior to the MFAH, she worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and lectured at Cooper Union. A member of the curatorial team responsible for the inaugural installations in the MFAH’s new Nancy and Rich Kinder Building in 2020, her recent exhibitions include Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest and Worry Will Vanish (2017); Kindred Spirits: Louise Nevelson and Dorothy Hood (2019); Francis Bacon: Late Paintings (2020); and Philip Guston Now (2022). Ms. Greene was a 2010 Fellow at the Center for Curatorial Leadership and has served as vice president and trustee of the Association of Art Museum Curators; she is currently on the advisory boards of The Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston and Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Art.