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Bart-Jan Polman

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Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs Curator of the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery; Adjunct Assistant Professor
Bart-Jan Polman is an architect, curator, and academic with degrees from Columbia GSAPP, Princeton University, and Delft University of Technology. A graduate of the School’s MSAAD Program in 2010, Bart-Jan has been actively involved in architectural research and education through his doctoral work at Princeton, and he has taught both design and history/theory courses for multiple years at GSAPP, as well as at Delft University, Princeton, Barnard College, and Pratt Institute. His research explores the intersection of welfare states with neoliberalism in the context of global inequalities, and he is an experienced curator who has been a consulting curatorial research specialist for the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and has developed exhibitions for the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, and Princeton University.