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Terence Riley is a founding partner with John Keenen of the highly respected architectural practice of K/R (Keenen/Riley, 1984). Keenen and Riley recently formed a new partnership with the eminent curator and art historian Joachim Pissarro, which combines design and curatorial expertise with the goal of producing more thoughtful and more successful cultural spaces and experiences: Parallel (2015).
K/R is an architectural studio well known for its designs for art museums, galleries, artists and collectors. Currently, K/R is working on projects for a museum of contemporary art in Sarasota, an art space / residence in Miami, and a new structure for the Dallas Art Fair. Parallel’s recent projects include working with Marina Abramovic to create a spectacular subterranean art experience, consulting with the city of Bordighera, Italy, on ways to transform the town’s cultural profile, and curating an oceanfront installation of works by the Light and Space group of artists during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Terence Riley served as the Philip Johnson Chief Curator for Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art (1991-2006), where he curated critical exhibitions on both historical figures as well as contemporary architects. From 2006 until 2010, Riley was director and design consultant for the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), leading the institution through a transformative process of planning and designing a new waterfront facility. In addition to writing and researching contemporary topics, Riley often acts as a visiting design critic at the University of Miami School of Architecture.