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VLADIMIR BELOGOLOVSKY is the founder of the New York-based Intercontinental Curatorial Project, which focuses on organizing, curating, and designing architectural exhibitions worldwide. Trained as an architect at Cooper Union in New York, he has written over two hundred articles, as well as five books: Conversations with Architects (DOM, 2015), Harry Seidler: LIFEWORK (Rizzoli, 2014), Felix Novikov (TATLIN, 2009; DOM, 2013), Soviet Modernism: 1955-1985 (TATLIN, 2010), and Green House (TATLIN, 2009). His interview with Soviet architect Felix Novikov was published in Soviet Modernism catalogue (AzW, 2012) and his essay Russia, In Search of Lost Modernity was published as the opening chapter in Atlas: Europe edited by Luis Fernandez-Galiano (Fundacion BBVA, 2013). His article on New York City was included in the Great Russian Encyclopedia (Vol. 23, 2013).


Belogolovsky is the American correspondent for the Russian architectural journal TATLIN and is a corresponding member of the International Academy of Architecture, Moscow Branch, Eurasia (IAAM). He has curated exhibitions for Russian Pavilion at the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale (2008); a retrospective of the work of Ángel Fernández Alba at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Madrid, Spain (2009); the Green House at the Manezh Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow, and American tour of Colombia: Transformed. His exhibition Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture has been traveling around the world since 2012; it was shown in over a dozen museums and universities across Europe, North and South America, and Australia. He has presented leading Russian architects at the Center for Architecture in New York and lectured at Columbia University, University of Virginia, Hong Kong University, the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Tongji University in Shanghai, and Shchusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, as well as other universities, museums, and architectural centers in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan,  Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Estonia, Hong Kong, Italy, Latvia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, and the United States.