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A Conversation with Ann Pendleton-Jullian

Architect, astrophysicist, scholar, and Valparaiso-aficionado Ann Pendleton-Jullian talks about Chile, Chilean architecture and landscape, and the “ad hoc, ongoing work of art” that is Ciudad Abierta. Pendletton-Jullian, author of Road that Is Not a Road and the Open City, Ritoque, Chile, visited MoMA to talk to the C-MAP Latin America group about her 28+ year relationship with the methodologies, poetic acts, buildings, and stories behind Ciudad Abierta. While at the Museum, she was in conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator Emeritas, and Patricio del Real, curatorial assistant, both part of the the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. Here’s a sneak peak at what that conversation was like.

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Barry Bergdoll

Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design The Museum of Modern Art Barry Bergdoll is a Curator of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art, and professor of modern architectural history at Columbia University. Holding a BA from... Read more »
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Patricio del Real

Curatorial Assistant, Architecture & Design The Museum of Modern Art Patricio del Real, PhD, works on the modern architecture of Latin America and its transnational connections with US cultural institutions. He has written on topics related... Read more »
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Ann Pendleton-Jullian

Ann Pendleton-Jullian is an architect, writer, and educator whose work explores the interchange between culture, environment, and technology. She is currently... Read more »
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A Conversation with Ann Pendleton-Jullian

Architect, astrophysicist, scholar, and Valparaiso-aficionado Ann Pendleton-Jullian talks about Chile, Chilean architecture and landscape, and the “ad hoc, ongoing work of art” that is Ciudad Abierta. Pendletton-Jullian, author of Road that Is Not a Road and the Open City, Ritoque, Chile, visited MoMA to talk to the C-MAP Latin America group about her 28+ year relationship with the methodologies, poetic acts, buildings, and stories behind Ciudad Abierta. While at the Museum, she was in conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator Emeritas, and Patricio del Real, curatorial assistant, both part of the the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. Here’s a sneak peak at what that conversation was like.

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Architect, astrophysicist, scholar, and Valparaiso-aficionado Ann Pendleton-Jullian talks about Chile, Chilean architecture and landscape, and the “ad hoc, ongoing work of art” that is Ciudad Abierta. Pendletton-Jullian, author of Road that Is Not a Road and the Open City, Ritoque, Chile, visited MoMA to talk to the C-MAP Latin America group about her 28+ year relationship with the methodologies, poetic acts, buildings, and stories behind Ciudad Abierta. While at the Museum, she was in conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator Emeritas, and Patricio del Real, curatorial assistant, both part of the the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. Here’s a sneak peak at what that conversation was like.

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