He is an American curator, critic, and a columnist with STIR. He graduated from the Cooper Union School of Architecture (1996) and after practicing architecture for 12 years, founded New York-based Curatorial Project with focus on curating architectural exhibitions. Belogolovsky has written nine books, including Conversations with Architects (DOM, 2015), curated over 50 international exhibitions and has lectured in more than 30 countries.
Articles by Vladimir Belogolovsky
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 17, 2019
Vladimir Belogolovsky in an interview with American architect Steven Holl, whose latest building Hunters Point Library in Queens is a gem and a truly public space in New York City.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 01, 2019
Vladimir Belogolovsky delves into the phenomenon of the ‘supertalls’ with which New York and its skyline has been re-defined.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Sep 14, 2019
Vladimir Belogolovsky recalls his conversation with the famous American architect, about the time of experimentation and irony, and how turning back to classicism was a disaster.