Founder (The World Around)
New York, US
Beatrice Galilee is a New York-based independent writer, organizer of events and exhibitions and researcher of practices and positions in contemporary architecture. She is co-founder and creative director of The World Around, a new platform for critical architectural discourse. Between 2014-2019 was the first curator of architecture and design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art where she curated exhibitions and site-specific installations with artists and architects including Wolfgang Tillmans, Cornelia Parker, Luisa Lambri, Bas Princen and Adrian Villar Rojas and initiated the annual conference “A Year of Architecture in a Day”. She has led city-wide exhibitions and biennales in Lisbon, Shenzhen, Gwangju, Milan, Ordos, London and New York. She received a BSc in Architecture from University of Bath, an MSc in Architectural History from Bartlett UCL and is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art.
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