Exhibitions

A+D Museum

Come In! DTLA Come In! DTLA is an exhibition that celebrates downtown Los Angeles and the designers who find inspiration in DTLA! The latest installment of the Museum’s Come In series presents what is on the minds and in the studios […]

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A+D Museum

Come In! DTLA Come In! DTLA is an exhibition that celebrates downtown Los Angeles and the designers who find inspiration in DTLA! The latest installment of the Museum’s Come In series presents what is on the minds and in the studios […]

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A+D Museum

Shelter: Rethinking How We Live in Los Angeles Shelter features the imaginative work of Los Angeles-based architecture and design practices Bureau Spectacular, LA Más, Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, MAD Architects, PAR, and wHY. The inaugural exhibition at A+D’s new home in the […]

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A+D Museum

Shelter: Rethinking How We Live in Los Angeles Shelter features the imaginative work of Los Angeles-based architecture and design practices Bureau Spectacular, LA Más, Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, MAD Architects, PAR, and wHY. The inaugural exhibition at A+D’s new home in the […]

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Point of Contact Gallery

Suspended Memories by Liene Bosquê Liene Bosquê has been interested in the history of vernacular as well as iconic architecture of small and big cities. In reinterpreting symbolic constructions into miniature sculptures that allude to travel souvenirs, the artist tackles […]

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Point of Contact Gallery

Suspended Memories by Liene Bosquê Liene Bosquê has been interested in the history of vernacular as well as iconic architecture of small and big cities. In reinterpreting symbolic constructions into miniature sculptures that allude to travel souvenirs, the artist tackles […]

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A+D Museum

Come In! S,M,L,XLA An exhibition of spatial interventions reflecting on the inquiry of space that took place at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles from June 19-September 14, 2014. Participants included Natasha Bajc; Laurel Broughton, WELCOMEPROJECTS; Jae Won Cho, J1 […]

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A+D Museum

Come In! S,M,L,XLA An exhibition of spatial interventions reflecting on the inquiry of space that took place at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles from June 19-September 14, 2014. Participants included Natasha Bajc; Laurel Broughton, WELCOMEPROJECTS; Jae Won Cho, J1 […]

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OFFICEUS

Selected as a global outpost for OfficeUS, the U.S. Pavilion for the 14th International Architecture Exhibition — la Biennale di Venezia. Participated in the development and implementation of selected projects that addressed this year’s theme – Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014, in collaboration with the 6 Office US Partners […]

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OFFICEUS

Selected as a global outpost for OfficeUS, the U.S. Pavilion for the 14th International Architecture Exhibition — la Biennale di Venezia. Participated in the development and implementation of selected projects that addressed this year’s theme – Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014, in collaboration with the 6 Office US Partners […]

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On the Road

Top of Mount Lee On the Road’s fifth and final event, climbing to the top of Mt. Lee in the Hollywood Hills,concludes our yearlong journey. The Hollywood Sign is a landmark and cultural icon positioned atop of one of the most recognizable hillsides […]

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On the Road

Top of Mount Lee On the Road’s fifth and final event, climbing to the top of Mt. Lee in the Hollywood Hills,concludes our yearlong journey. The Hollywood Sign is a landmark and cultural icon positioned atop of one of the most recognizable hillsides […]

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Storefront for Art and Architecture

‘Letters to the Mayor’ Invited to participate in the ‘Letters to the Mayor’ exhibit at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York on April 29 through May 24, 2014 that presents fifty letters written by international architects to the political […]

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Storefront for Art and Architecture

‘Letters to the Mayor’ Invited to participate in the ‘Letters to the Mayor’ exhibit at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York on April 29 through May 24, 2014 that presents fifty letters written by international architects to the political […]

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On the Road

Amado @ Saturmino On the Road‘s fourth program was located poolside at The Amado in Central Palm Springs during Modernism Week. In Southern California the pool is a pervasive element in the landscape. From Hockney’s Paper Pools to Ruscha’s Nine Swimming […]

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On the Road

Amado @ Saturmino On the Road‘s fourth program was located poolside at The Amado in Central Palm Springs during Modernism Week. In Southern California the pool is a pervasive element in the landscape. From Hockney’s Paper Pools to Ruscha’s Nine Swimming […]

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LACMA

Provided consulting and later worked as Exhibition Director for Diane von Furstenberg’s Journey of a Dress exhibit at LACMA West in the historic Wilshire May Company building. The exhibition which ran from January 11 through May 30, 2014, featured a retrospective […]

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LACMA

Provided consulting and later worked as Exhibition Director for Diane von Furstenberg’s Journey of a Dress exhibit at LACMA West in the historic Wilshire May Company building. The exhibition which ran from January 11 through May 30, 2014, featured a retrospective […]

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On the Road

West of La Brea Los Angeles is a city developed around and defined by houses rather than large architectural monuments. The singular residential unit is an elastic object, having long nurtured experimental pursuits and critical inquiry. Participants in On the Road 3 have […]

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On the Road

West of La Brea Los Angeles is a city developed around and defined by houses rather than large architectural monuments. The singular residential unit is an elastic object, having long nurtured experimental pursuits and critical inquiry. Participants in On the Road 3 have […]

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ART:I:CURATE

Early contributor providing curatorial direction to ART:I:CURATE, a new digital and physical platform for curating and collecting contemporary art based in London and New York. Read more

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ART:I:CURATE

Early contributor providing curatorial direction to ART:I:CURATE, a new digital and physical platform for curating and collecting contemporary art based in London and New York. Read more

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On the Road

Glendale @ La Clede Occupying the isolated space of a median and an adjacent courtyard, On the Road‘s second event took place at Glendale @ La Clede in Atwater Village on August 25, 2013 from 6-9pm. Connected by a dialogue of relative […]

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On the Road

Glendale @ La Clede Occupying the isolated space of a median and an adjacent courtyard, On the Road‘s second event took place at Glendale @ La Clede in Atwater Village on August 25, 2013 from 6-9pm. Connected by a dialogue of relative […]

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On the Road

Temple @ Alameda On the Road‘s first event took place at Temple @ Alameda in downtown Los Angeles on June 2, 2013 from 12-6pm as a flotilla of U-Haul trucks turned impromptu galleries. This one day exhibition presented work by […]

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On the Road

Temple @ Alameda On the Road‘s first event took place at Temple @ Alameda in downtown Los Angeles on June 2, 2013 from 12-6pm as a flotilla of U-Haul trucks turned impromptu galleries. This one day exhibition presented work by […]

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On the Road

On the Road is a yearlong series of architecture, art, and design programs intended to frame a moment in time within the contemporary context of the city of Los Angeles. It is an extension of the rich history of experimentation […]

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On the Road

On the Road is a yearlong series of architecture, art, and design programs intended to frame a moment in time within the contemporary context of the city of Los Angeles. It is an extension of the rich history of experimentation […]

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KCRW

As part of KCRW’s preview of “Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in LA,” DnA hosted an afternoon of design and architecture which included a pop-up art gallery, and a showing of contemporary LA design, curated by DnA’s new “DJS,” […]

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KCRW

As part of KCRW’s preview of “Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in LA,” DnA hosted an afternoon of design and architecture which included a pop-up art gallery, and a showing of contemporary LA design, curated by DnA’s new “DJS,” […]

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KCRW

DnA: Design and Architecture Part of the extended programming of KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture broadcast, I will be contributing as a “DJ” (design journalist), adding a fresh voice and perspective to the program as well as keeping track of emerging […]

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KCRW

DnA: Design and Architecture Part of the extended programming of KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture broadcast, I will be contributing as a “DJ” (design journalist), adding a fresh voice and perspective to the program as well as keeping track of emerging […]

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MAK Center

DIALOGUES: Art/Architecture, Paris/Los Angeles An event in several modes, DIALOGUES brings together artists and architects from Paris and L.A. to share their experiences and ideas. Leading off will be a series of three discussions at the Schindler House, followed by an exhibition […]

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MAK Center

DIALOGUES: Art/Architecture, Paris/Los Angeles An event in several modes, DIALOGUES brings together artists and architects from Paris and L.A. to share their experiences and ideas. Leading off will be a series of three discussions at the Schindler House, followed by an exhibition […]

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SOA Culture

Editor to research platform in architecture, design and art whose mission is to commend, understand, and make more aware of exceptional spaces, objects, and art through exhibitions, programs and text. View the project

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SOA Culture

Editor to research platform in architecture, design and art whose mission is to commend, understand, and make more aware of exceptional spaces, objects, and art through exhibitions, programs and text. View the project

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Gwangju Biennale

Selected as one of twenty-five international curators to participate in the 2012 International Curator Course as part of the Gwangju Biennale. Under the main topic, “Biennale as Social Media”, the program focused on in-depth discussions of the cultural and aesthetic […]

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Gwangju Biennale

Selected as one of twenty-five international curators to participate in the 2012 International Curator Course as part of the Gwangju Biennale. Under the main topic, “Biennale as Social Media”, the program focused on in-depth discussions of the cultural and aesthetic […]

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vessel

Selected as one of fifteen young international curators to investigate the current conditions of cultural and artistic production within institutions and the possibilities of performing a critical practice that would lead to institutional change. Organized by vessel, an independent non-profit space […]

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vessel

Selected as one of fifteen young international curators to investigate the current conditions of cultural and artistic production within institutions and the possibilities of performing a critical practice that would lead to institutional change. Organized by vessel, an independent non-profit space […]

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ASAP

‘Three Acts of Architecture’ Conceptualized and realized the design for and production of ASAP’s launch and benefit event at The Standard, New York. The installation included work by artists Alex Schweder La, Jerszy Seymour, and Bjarke Ingels. Each artist staged a work within the room that occupied a different […]

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ASAP

‘Three Acts of Architecture’ Conceptualized and realized the design for and production of ASAP’s launch and benefit event at The Standard, New York. The installation included work by artists Alex Schweder La, Jerszy Seymour, and Bjarke Ingels. Each artist staged a work within the room that occupied a different […]

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A+D Museum

Provides consultation for exhibitions and related programming as well as the future development of the Museum since 2011. Read more

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A+D Museum

Provides consultation for exhibitions and related programming as well as the future development of the Museum since 2011. Read more

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Architectural Association

‘Exquisite Corpse’ Part of the Architectural Association School of Architecture’s annual Projects Review, the History & Critical Thinking in Architecture program produced an exhibition entitled ‘Exquisite Corpse’ that displayed the work of the 10 graduate students from the 12-month program that […]

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Architectural Association

‘Exquisite Corpse’ Part of the Architectural Association School of Architecture’s annual Projects Review, the History & Critical Thinking in Architecture program produced an exhibition entitled ‘Exquisite Corpse’ that displayed the work of the 10 graduate students from the 12-month program that […]

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ASAP

Co-director and Curator of ASAP (Archive of Spatial Aesthetics and Praxis).  Worked to bring the project from a conceptual idea to physical realization by establishing the organization as a non-profit in the State of New York. In addition, oversaw the curation of […]

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ASAP

Co-director and Curator of ASAP (Archive of Spatial Aesthetics and Praxis).  Worked to bring the project from a conceptual idea to physical realization by establishing the organization as a non-profit in the State of New York. In addition, oversaw the curation of […]

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Provided research and consultation to the Museum for a large-scale master planning and design project to redesign the plaza and fountains in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The David H. Koch Plaza at the Metropolitan Museum […]

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Provided research and consultation to the Museum for a large-scale master planning and design project to redesign the plaza and fountains in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The David H. Koch Plaza at the Metropolitan Museum […]

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