Join the AIANY Interiors Committee for a private tour of MoMA PS1’s Young Architect’s Program’s (YAP) temporary outdoor installation. This year’s installation is Hórama Rama by Pedro & Juana (Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo & Mecky Reuss), an immersive junglescape set within a large-scale cyclorama that sits atop MoMA PS1’s courtyard walls.
Now in its 20th edition, the Young Architects Program at The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 has offered emerging architectural talent the opportunity to design and present innovative projects, challenging each year’s winners to develop creative designs for a temporary, outdoor installation that provides shade, seating, and water. The architects must also work within guidelines that address environmental issues, including sustainability and recycling.
The tour will be led by Ana Paula Ruiz Gallindo and Mecky Reuss of Pedro & Juana and Sean Anderson and Arièle Dionne-Krosnick of MoMA.
This year’s other finalists are Low Design Office (DK Osseo-Asare and Ryan Bollom), Matter Design (Brandon Clifford, Johanna Lobdell, and Wes McGee), Oana Stănescu and Akane Moriyama, and TO (Jose G Amozurrutia and Carlos Facio).
Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo, Co-founder, Pedro & Juana Studio
Mecky Reuss, Co-founder, Pedro & Juana Studio
Arièle DionneKrosnick, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
Pedro & Juana is a studio from Mexico City founded by Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss that works on a variety of projects across creative professions. Projects include Sesiones Puerquito or Little Pig (2012-2014), cooking a suckling as a pretext for better conversation; Archivo Pavilion (2012), an intervention in the gardens of Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, DF|Mexico; Hellmut (2013) at Museo Jumex, Mexico; Casa Reyes (2011-2012), an annex to an ex-colonial house in Merida; Cocina DS (2013), a kitchenette entrance for the Dorothea Schlueter Galerie in Germany; Turin 42 (2013), a small apartment complex within and on top of a 1918 house in Mexico; Pavilion of Hotel Palenque is not in Yucatán, a dedifferentiated structure at the Hessel Museum of Art, New York (2014); The Intent of a Public 3 Pool (2017) in Mexico; With Love From The Tropics (2016-2017), Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago; C13, a remodel for sale (2012-2017); and Le Stalle (2017) a restoration of two animal stables and a pavilion in Italy.
Arièle Dionne-Krosnick began working at The Museum of Modern Art in 2016 as a Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Architecture and Design. Her work focuses mainly on issues in contemporary architecture and the intersections between the social and design realms, such as equity, feminism, sustainability, and social housing. Arièle coordinates the Young Architects Program annual competition at MoMA/MoMA PS1, and has worked on the recent exhibitions Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter (2016) with Associate Curator Sean Anderson, and Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive (2017) with Curator Barry Bergdoll. Her upcoming project focuses on the impact of systemic racism on architecture and urban design in the United States.
Student with Valid ID: $30
General Public: $40