Joaquim Moreno

Joaquim Moreno is a Portuguese architect born in 1973, in Luanda, Angola. He graduated from the School of Architecture of the University of Porto, has a Masters from the Barcelona Technical School of Architecture and a PhD from Princeton University. Taught previously at Columbia University, Syracuse University, Princeton University, Minho University, Autonomous University of Lisbon, ISCTE and Architectural Association. He currently teaches History and Theory at FAUP.
Moreno was one of the editors of the Portuguese journal InSi(s)tu a contributor to Jornal Arquitectos. Curated, with the philosopher José Gil, the Portuguese representation at the Venice Architecture Biennial of 2008 that featured Eduardo Souto de Moura and Ângelo de Sousa, curated, with Paula Pinto the exhibition Carlo Scarpa, Brion Tomb – Guido Guidi at Garagem Sul CCB, in Lisbon in 2015 and curated for the Canadian Centre for Architecture the exhibition The University is Now on Air, Broadcasting Modern Architecture, shown in Montreal in 2017 and currently on view at Garagem Sul, CCB, Lisbon.
The book The University is Now on Air: Broadcasting Modern Architecture (CCA, Jap Sam, 2018) is the most recent published product of a long research on the architecture of televised education

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