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Valeria Carullo

Valeria Carullo is Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Her background includes a Master’s degree in architecture and a two-year collaboration with architectural photographer Richard Bryant. She writes and lectures on both architectural and photographic subjects, and her principal area of research is the relationship between modern photography and modern architecture in the inter-war years.

Valeria has curated or co-curated several exhibitions focusing on British art, including Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith (RIBA Architecture Gallery, 2014), John Pantlin: Photographing the Mid-Century Home (Geffrye Museum, London, 2014) and Beyond Bauhaus: Modernism in Britain 1933-66 (RIBA architecture Gallery, 2019). In 2019 she also published the book Moholy-Nagy in Britain 1935-1937. She is co-organiser of the RIBA biannual Colin Rowe Lecture Series, conversations on the role of the image in architecture.

Valeria is currently working on a research project investigating refugee architects and the activities of the RIBA Refugee Committee in the late 1930s.

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