Architecture in Public: A Workshop

Architecture in Public: A Workshop

Dec 04-05 2009, Studio-X New York

Prominent curators, writers, critics, and other cultural mediators from across North America were brought together to declare and discuss their agendas, positions and responsibilities in relation to the ways in which contemporary architecture is discussed, framed, produced and evaluated in public.

 

Panelists:

Barry Bergdoll, MoMA

Aaron Betsky, Cincinnati Art Museum

Cynthia Davidson, Log

Amanda Reeser Lawrence, PRAXIS

Sarah Herda, Graham Foundation

Brook Hodge, curator and writer

Jeffrey Inaba, C-LAB, Volume, Columbia University

Julie Iovine, Architect’s Newspaper

Jeffrey Kipnis, Ohio State University

Sylvia Lavin, UCLA

David van der Leer, Guggenheim NY

Andres Lepik, MoMA

Geoff Manaugh, BLDGBLOG

William Menking, Architect’s Newspaper

Nicolai Ouroussoff, The New York Times

Benjamin Prosky, Architizer, Columbia University

Lisa Rochon, Toronto Globe and Mail

William Saunders, Harvard Design Magazine

Ashley Schafer, PRAXIS

Henry Urbach, SFMOMA

Mark Waisuta, Columbia University

Mirko Zardini, Canadian Center for Architecture

 

Discussion moderated by Reinhold Martin, Buell Center Director

 

Sylvia Lavin

Aaron Betsky

Geoff Manaugh

Brooke Hodge

Andres Lepik