Architecture Writer and Curator
Danielle Rago is an architecture writer and curator living and working in New York City and Los Angeles. Danielle is the Curator of ASAP, a not-for-profit arts institution that advocates architecture and its value as part of a broader social, political, and aesthetic discourse through the collection, exhibition, writing and circulation of media. She is also a freelance contributor to a number of international publications on architecture and design. She has worked with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the A+D Museum in Los Angeles, and published in Abitare, Architectural Record, The Architect’s Newspaper, LOG: Observations on Contemporary Architecture and the City, and Domus. Danielle holds a Master’s degree in Architecture History and Critical Thinking from the Architectural Association, London. Her focus is on the shifting role of the institution and media, and how contemporary architecture and its public is being produced and mediated through the institution and curator.
|The Architect's Newspaper||August 19, 2012|