Sarah Urist Green is curator of contemporary art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). In 2010, Green organized the major exhibition Andy Warhol Enterprises and co-edited its accompanying catalogue, published by Hatje Cantz. Since joining the IMA in 2007, she has also curated the exhibitions Framed (2010), Jeppe Hein (2010), Joshua Mosley: American International (2010), Lida Abdul (2008), and Mark Lewis— Rear Projection: Molly Parker (2008). In addition, Green has realized commissioned artworks by William Lamson (Divining Meteorlogy, 2011) and Ball-Nogues Studio (Gravity’s Loom, 2010), and also developed installations by Atelier Van Lieshout, Jeppe Hein, and Tea Mäkipää for 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, which opened to critical acclaim in June 2010. She earned a master of arts in modern art history from Columbia University and a bachelor of arts from Northwestern University.