Linnea coordinates the Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP) Program, MoMA's global research initiative intended to broaden its presentation of art from historically underrepresented areas of the world, with a current focus on the art of Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, and Latin America. She received an M.A. in Art History from The University of Georgia in 2015. Linnea researched contemporary Hungarian art and national identity in Budapest at the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art in 2012-3 on a Fulbright grant. Previously, she worked in book publishing in New York City. Since 2008, she has written the contemporary art blog Art Ravels.