Conversations | The Architecture of the Future Museum

Conversations | The Architecture of the Future Museum
Art Basel in Basel 2023, June 16

Museums are changing rapidly, along with their architecture. They seek to become more open, more community-centered, more experiential, more digital, more connected to nature – and architects are enrolled to help realize these ambitions. This conversation explores how architecture can lead the way in advancing and enhancing the museum. How can architecture give expression to the museum’s democratic and inclusive aspirations and accommodate new forms of digital creativity? What are the responsibilities of museum architecture when it comes to raising ecological awareness and the ongoing process of decolonizing collections? Can architecture help maintain museums at the center of our civic life?
After the event, András Szántó will hold a signing of his latest publication “Imagining the Future Museum: 21 Dialogues With Architects” (Hatje Cantz 2023) in the Hatje Cantz bookstore, Hall 2.

‣ Lina Ghotmeh, Founder, Lina Ghotmeh Architecture, Paris
‣ Klaus Biesenbach, Director, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
‣ Kulapat Yantrasast, Founder and Creative Director, WHY, Los Angeles
‣ Jacques Herzog, Founding Partner, Herzog & de Meuron, Basel
‣ Moderator: András Szántó, author and cultural strategy advisor, New York

‣ Lina Ghotmeh leads her practice Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture in Paris. She is the nominated architect for this year’s Serpentine Pavilion.
Her work includes Stone Garden tower in Beirut — Dezeen project of the year 2021, exhibited at the 17th Biennale in Venice, at MAXXI in Rome and today in cooper Hewitt in New York — the Estonian National Museum, and the recently delivered first passive, low carbon building in France for Ateliers Hermès. Lina Ghotmeh was Louis I Khan professor at Yale and Gehry Chair in Toronto. She has been awarded 2020 Schelling Architecture Prize among other prizes and nominations.

‣ Klaus Biesenbach is a German American curator and museum director. Since January 2022 Klaus Biesenbach is the Director of both the Neue Nationalgalerie and the Museum of the 20th Century under construction in Berlin. Previously, he had been serving as the director of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), from 2018 to 2021. He is also a former Chief Curator at Large at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City and former director of MoMA PS1. Biesenbach is also the founding director of Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art (KW) in Berlin, and the Berlin Biennale.

‣ Kulapat Yantrasast is a thought-leader and practitioner in the fields of architecture, art, and sustainable design. Originally from Thailand and now based in Los Angeles and New York, he is the founding partner and Creative Director of WHY, a multidisciplinary design practice organized into dedicated workshops: Buildings, Landscape, Museums, Objects, and Ideas. WHY has been listed as an AD100 Firm since 2019. Yantrasast is known as a leading architect for the art world and has designed a number of cultural facilities and private residences.

‣ Jacques Herzog studied architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) with Aldo Rossi and Dolf Schnebli from 1970 to 1975. Together with Pierre de Meuron, he established Herzog & de Meuron in Basel in 1978. He has been visiting professor at Harvard University, USA since 1989, and was professor at ETH Zürich and co-founder of ETH Studio Basel – Contemporary City Institute, from 1999 until 2018. Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron were awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2001), the RIBA Royal Gold Medal (UK, 2007), the Praemium Imperiale (Japan, 2007), and the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP, 2014). In 2015, they co-founded the charitable foundation “Jacques Herzog und Pierre de Meuron Kabinett, Basel”.

‣ András Szántó is a widely published author and editor who advises museums, foundations, universities, and corporations on cultural strategy and program development worldwide. His writings have appeared in publications including The New York Times, Artforum, Artnet, and The Art Newspaper, among others. As a consultant, he advises some of the world’s leading museums, cultural institutions and corporate art programs. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he helped launch and oversee the Global Museum Leaders Colloquium. His most recent book is Imagining the Future Museum. 21 Dialogues with Architects (2023).

The Art Basel 2023 Conversations program is curated by Emily Butler. Coordination and support: Arianna Guidi.
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