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Rozana Montiel

Mon, Jan 22, 2018    6:30pm

A lecture by Rozana Montiel

Response by Amale Andraos

Rozana Montiel is the founder of the firm ROZANA MONTIEL | ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA. Her interdisciplinary work has been published in renowned architectural digests, as well as exhibited in Mexico, Spain, France, United States, England and China and has been presented in the Venice, Sao Paulo, Rotterdam, Lima and Chile Biennials. She presented a specific project at the Venice Bienniale 2016 :“Reporting from the front”.

Montiel has won several national and international awards, recently she won the “Overall Award” and the 1st. place of the “Moving” category by the Archmarathon Awards, Miami (2017). She is the Moira Gemmill prizewinner, granted by the British magazine The Architectural Review, London (2017), selected by the Rockefeller Foundation and The Jumex Contemporary Art Foundation for a residency of Artistic research at the Bellagio Center, Italy (2017).

Montiel is member of the Editorial Board of the Architectural Magazine Arquine and has taught architecture in several universities including the Universidad Iberoamericana. She has a BA with Honors in Architecture and Urban Planning from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico (1998), and a MA in Architectural Theory and Criticism from the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya (Spain, 2000).

Free and open to the public.
Organized by Columbia GSAPP.