Antonelli, Paola

Persona

Paola Antonelli, curatore del Dipartimento di Architettura e Design del MoMa di New York dal 1994, ha organizzato alcune delle più importanti mostre legate al mondo del design: "Mutant material in Contemporany Design" (1995); "Thresholds: Contemporany Design from the Netherlands" (1996); "Achille Castiglioni: Design (1997-98)" e "Projects 66: Campana/Ingo Maurer (1990)", "Matter and Workspheres: Designino the Workplace of Tomorrow" (2001). Nel 1990 ha ricevuto un Master in Architettura dal Politecnico di Milano e ha curato la realizzazione di alcune mostre di architettura e design in Italia, Francia e Giappone. Ha collaborato come Contributing Editor per la rivista "Domus" (1987-91) e come Designer Editor per "Abitare" (1992-94); ha scritto articoli per "Metropolis", "I.D.", "Paper", "Metropolitan Home", "Harper's Bazar" e "Nest". Dal 1991 al 1993 ha tenuto corsi alla University of California a Los Angeles. Ha tenuto conferenze sul design e sull'architettura in Europa e negli Stati Uniti e ha fatto parte delle giurie in diversi concorsi internazionali. Paola Antonelli ha lavorato ad una mostra sulla collezione del MoMa dal 1960 e ad un libro sul cibo proveniente da tutto il mondo come straordinario esempio di design.

Paola Antonelli has been the Curator in the MoMa's Department of Architecture and Design of New York since 1994. She organized some of the most important design exhibitions: "Mutant material in Contemporary Design" (1995); "Thresholds: Contemporary Design from the Netherlands" (1996); "Achille Castiglioni: Design (1997-98)" and "Projects 66: Campana/Ingo Maurer" (1990), "Matter and Workspheres: Designing the Workplace of Tomorrow" (2001). In 1990 she obtained a Master's Degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan and she organized several architecture and design exhibitions in Italy, France and Japan. She worked as Contributing Editor for the magazine "Domus" (1987-91), Design Editor for "Abitare" (1992-94), and she also contributed articles to several publications, such as "Metropolis"," I.D.", "Paper", "Metropolitan Home", "Harper's Bazar" and "Nest". From 1991 to 1993 she was a lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles. She held courses on design and architecture in Europe and in the United States and served on several international architecture and design juries. Paola Antonelli worked on an exhibition about MoMa's collections from 1960 up to now and on a book about foods from all over the world, as examples of outstanding design.

Bibliografia

"Achille Castiglioni", con Steven Guarnaccia, Corraini, 2000 (2003)
Penny Sparke, "Design Gran Bretagna", con Andrei Russel e Paola Antonelli, Rizzoli, 2000