Beatrice Galilee (*1982, London) is a London-based curator, writer, critic, consultant
and lecturer of contemporary architecture and design. Trained in Architecture at
Bath University, and in History of Architecture MSc at the Bartlett School of Architecture,
UCL, Beatrice specialises in the dissemination of architecture and design through
city-wide projects, media, curatorial practice, research, editing and teaching.
Beatrice is the Chief Curator of the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Close, Closer.
She was co-curator at 2011 Gwangju Design Biennale, 2009 Shenzhen Hong Kong Bi-City
Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, and curator of the experimental performance
design projects Hacked and Afrofuture at Milan Design Week. She is the co-founder
and director of The Gopher Hole, an exhibition and project space in London, and is
associate lecturer at Central Saint Martins.
From 2006-2009 Beatrice was Architecture Editor for Icon Magazine, one of Europe's
leading publications in architecture and design. In 2008 she won the IBP Architectural
Journalist of the Year Award.
Beatrice's writing has been published in a number of international magazines and
books as well as daily newspapers, including Domus, Abitare, MARK, Tank, Pin-Up,
Above, Building Design, Architectural Review, Architecture Today, RIBA Journal, Architect's
Journal, DAMn, Frame, Wallpaper, Another Magazine, and the Serpentine Pavilion catalogue.
Beatrice has been invited to sit on a number of international juries and is a regular
speaker at events, symposia and conferences on the topic of contemporary critical
design and architecture.
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