Dialogue

Dialogue
Paola Antonelli on Art and Life

Paola Antonelli is a contemporary author, editor and curator. She is the Senior Curator of the Architecture & Design Department and the R&D Director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She has curated numerous shows, lectured worldwide, and has served on several international architecture and design juries.

 

Paola Antonelli is a contemporary author, editor and curator. She is the Senior Curator of the Architecture & Design Department and the R&D Director of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She has curated numerous shows, lectured worldwide, and has served on several international architecture and design juries.

 

“I grow a lot during the preparation of an exhibition, and once it’s open I live carefully trying to understand how others are experiencing it.”

—— Paola Antonelli

“I grow a lot during the preparation of an exhibition, and once it’s open I live carefully trying to understand how others are experiencing it.”

—— Paola Antonelli

“That’s exactly what I aim to: that my exhibitions are well used. And this heterogeneity of visitors, citizens, young generations, people from all walks of life, makes me really happy.”

——Paola Antonelli

“That’s exactly what I aim to: that my exhibitions are well used. And this heterogeneity of visitors, citizens, young generations, people from all walks of life, makes me really happy.”

——Paola Antonelli

“We grew up, and we are different from what we were. Everything moves and transforms. You can’t go back; you just have to move on. And it is also what my show tries to suggest.”

——Paola Antonelli, talking about her last exhibition at Triennale Milano, Broken Nature

“We grew up, and we are different from what we were. Everything moves and transforms. You can’t go back; you just have to move on. And it is also what my show tries to suggest.”

——Paola Antonelli, talking about her last exhibition at Triennale Milano, Broken Nature

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Photography by Clément Pascal

Styling by Leah Henken

Interview by Patricia Urquiola

Source: MUSE Magazine September 2019 Issue