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Luis Fernández Galiano

Polytechnical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Architect and Senior Professor of Projects at the School of Architecture at the Polytechnical University of Madrid, as well as director of the review, AV/ Arquitectura Viva. Member of the Royal Academy of Doctors, he has been Cullinan Professor at Rice University, Franke Fellow at Yale University, visiting researcher at the Getty Center in Los Angeles and visiting critic at Harvard and Princeton, as well as at the Berlage Institute. He has directed courses at the Menéndez-Pelayo and Complutense Universities. President of the jury at the 9th Venice Biennale of Architecture and the XV Chilean Biennale of Architecture, expert and jury-member at the European Mies van der Rohe Prize, he has curated the shows, “El espacio privado” in Madrid and “Eurasia Extreme” in Tokyo and has been part of the jury for numerous international contests. His books include La quimera moderna, El fuego y la memoria, Spain Builds (in collaboration with MoMA) and Atlas, arquitectura global circa 2000 (with the BBVA Foundation).

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