All posts by Annie Lundsten

Annie Lundsten

Annie Lundsten

Annie Lundsten is one of PEM’s two Exhibition Projects Coordinators. Prior to moving to Massachusetts in 2012, she worked in the exhibitions departments of the Freer Gallery of Art/Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.


Dar Williams meets Morse

I had no intention of ever writing a song. Sure, I’d hauled an ancient guitar that once belonged to my father-in-law out of my basement to mess around with following …


I heart Strandbeest

Ever since Theo Jansen, creator of the Strandbeest, arrived at PEM about a month ago, I’ve been thinking about love. Not evolution, not the intersection between art and science and …

Ropes Mansion

Re-imagining Ropes

Editor’s Note: Beginning Saturday, May 23, PEM invites visitors on a lively and interactive journey through one of its most storied properties. PEM’s Ropes Mansion — located at 318 Essex St. …

theo on beach

Strandbeest by the sea

The first time I saw the North Sea, I was 21 years old and a newly minted college graduate with a bachelor’s degree in history. I had gone, that summer …


Seeking Avanti

I first spoke with Richard Vaux about nine months ago. In preparation for PEM’s presentation of the Los Angeles Museum of Art‘s California Design, 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way,  …