Andr s Sz nt Imagining the Future Museum Book PDF Online
Following on the widely-read The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues, which explored how museums are changing through conversations with today's generation of museum directors, New York-based author and cultural strategy advisor András Szántó's new compilation turns its attention to architects. The conclusion of The Future of the Museum was that the "software" of art museums has evolved. Museum leaders are "working to make institutions more open, inclusive, experiential, culturally polyphonic, technologically savvy, attuned to the needs of their communities, and engaged in the defining issues of our time." It follows that the "hardware" of the art museum must also change. Conversations with a carefully selected group of architects survey current thinking in the field, engaging not only architects who have built some of the world's most iconic institutions, but also members of an emerging global generation that is destined to leave its mark on the museum of the future. CONVERSATION PARTNERS: Kunlé Adeyemi (NLÉ), David Adjaye (Adjaye Associates), Paula Zasnicoff Cardoso & Carlos Alberto Maciel (Arquitetos Associados), David Chipperfield (David Chipperfield Architects), Minsuk Cho (Mass Studies), Elizabeth Diller (Diller Scofidio + Renfro), Frida Escobedo, Sou Fujimoto (Sou Fujimoto Architects), Lina Ghotmeh (Lina Ghotmeh – Architecture), Bjarke Ingels (BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group), Kabage Karanja & Stella Mutegi (Cave_bureau), Li Hu & Huang Wenjing (OPEN), Jing Liu & Florian Idenburg (SO – IL), Yansong Ma (MAD Architects), Winy Maas (MVRDV), Roth – Eduardo Neira (Roth Architecture), Stephan Schütz (gmp Architekten), Kerstin Thompson (_KTA), Xu Tiantian (DnA Design and Architecture), Kulapat Yantrasast (WHY), Liam Young (SCI-Arc) ANDRÁS SZÁNTÓ (*1964, Budapest) advises museums, cultural institutions, and leading brands on cultural strategy. An author and editor, his writings have appeared in the New York Times, Artforum, the Art Newspaper, and many other publications. He has overseen the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University and the Global Museum Leaders Colloquium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Szántó, who lives in Brooklyn, has been conducting conversations with art-world leaders since the early 1990s, including as a frequent moderator of the Art Basel Conversations series.