Miko McGinty ’93, ’98 MFA


Miko McGinty began designing art books in 1993. Her first book, “Isamu Noguchi: Essays and Conversations,” established her deep commitment to working with artists, curators, scholars, and museums. Trained in typography and letterpress as a Yale undergraduate and in book design at art publisher Harry N. Abrams, McGinty returned to Yale School of Art for her MFA in graphic design. Upon graduation, she launched her own firm with the book “YES Yoko Ono.” Her studio of four designers has created books for numerous artists and more than forty museums worldwide. In addition to her studio work, she is a Lecturer at the MIT School of Architecture + Planning.

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