Jacob R. Moore

Critic, curator, editor in architecture

Selected:

11.14.17

“Info Wars,” Author, The Avery Review


10.02.17

“The Other Side of the Tracks,” Author, Even no. 8


09.15.17

And Now: Architecture Against a Developer Presidency, Editor, The Avery Review, Columbia Books on Architecture and the City + Columbia University Press


09.09.17

Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing, Curatorial team leader, Buell Center


05.27.16

Climates: Architecture and the Planetary Imaginary, Editor, The Avery Review, Columbia Books on Architecture and the City + Lars Müller Publishers


05.27.16

“No Is More,” Author, Asymmetric Labors: The Economy of Architecture in Theory and Practice, The Architecture Lobby


04.15.16

“Presumed Influence: Le Corbusier and Buenos Aires, 1927–1935,” Author, San Rocco Issue 12, “The Clients Issue”


12.04.15

“Full Disclosure: Speaking Personally at the New York City AIDS Memorial,” Author, The Avery Review


09.23.15

The Art of Inequality: Architecture, Housing, and Real Estate—A Provisional Report, Co-author and editor, Buell Center


08.15.15

“Origin and Development of a New Tradition: Space, Time, and Architecture in the Translation Zone,” Author, Future Anterior Vol. 12, no. 1, Summer 2015


12.09.14

“432 Park Avenue: Pointing Fingers,” Author, The Avery Review


10.01.14

“Beyond the Supersquare,” Author, Artforum


06.07.14

House Housing, Co-curator, Buell Center


05.15.14

“Bodies in Custody,” Copyeditor, dpr-barcelona


03.14.14

“Reading Between the Lines,” Author, Architect’s Newspaper


03.01.14

Promiscuous Encounters, Copyeditor, GSAPP Books


03.26.13

“Profiting from Design,” Author, Materia 06, Ediciones Universidad de San Sebastián


01.10.13

“Past Futures, Present Futures,” Author, Domus


01.14.11

“Other Space Odysseys,” Author, Domus