Curator, Writer and Professor at Technical University of Munich.
Visiting & Regular Faculty
Andres Lepik studied art history and completed a PhD on architectural models in the Renaissance. In 1994 he started as curator at Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, presenting “Renzo Piano” (2000) and “Content. Rem Koolhaas and AMO/OMA” in 2003. From 2007 to 2011, he was the curator at the Architecture and Design Department in MoMA, New York, where he exhibited “Small Scale, Big Change. New Architectures of Social Engagement”. In 2011/12, he was the Loeb-Fellow at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
Since 2012, he has presented numerous exhibitions in Munich, such as “AFRITECTURE. Building Social Change”, (2013/14), “Lina Bo Bardi 1OO” (2015), “Francis Kéré. Radically Simple” (2016/17) and the recent work “Access for All. São Paulos Architectural Infrastructure” (2019). Andres Lepik has published numerous books and articles, and lectured in many universities worldwide.