KIANA TALEB-POUR |
CREATIVE DIRECTOR - DESIGNER
Kiana Taleb-pour is a creative space designer and concept curator, with expertise in communication strategies and visual designing.
She got her first master degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK, 2010 and her second one in Interior Design from Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2018.
Since January 2019 she has been collaborating with arch. d’Alfonso, developing and executing architectural and cultural projects.
Maddalena d’Alfonso, is an architect, essayist and researcher. Qualified Associate Professor in 2017, following the PHD in the interior, museography and exhibit design cum laude, in 2004.
The architect has applied her abilities to combine research with museographic culture to conceptualize and design cultural exhibitions and projects.
d'Alfono has been a member of DASTU (Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of Milan) since 2000, and the scientific board member of ICOM (The International Council of Museums), Italy since 2019.
In 2019, she founded Md’A Design agency to contribute her knowledge and network to reinforce interdisciplinary activities and bring architecture, curatorship and other specialities needed in the museum spaces management together by providing “Sustainable Architecture and Design Solutions” while highlighting the “Accessibility of the Visual Culture”.
An Architect | A Designer
A Professor | A Lecturer |A Speaker
A Concept Developer
A Writer | An Editor
MARCO INTROINI | ART CONSULTANT
Graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Milano. Documentary photographer of landscape and architecture, Introini teaches Architecture Photography and Space Representation Techniques at the Politecnico di Milano.
In 2006 his work was published in the catalogue of the Italian Pavilion of the 10th Architecture Biennale, curated by Franco Purini.
Included in the twenty leading architectural photographers of the last ten years, he is interviewed by Letizia Gagliardi for the book La Misura dello Spazio (Rome 2010).
During 2015 he was involved in documenting architecture from the post-war period to today in Lombardy for the Lombardy Region and MIBACT and invited by OIGO (International Observatory on Great Works) to participate in a photographic campaign on Calabria, The Third Island. With the photographic project Milano Illuminista, still in progress, in the same year, he was selected by the Malerba Fund for Photography.
In 2016 he exhibited with the solo exhibition Portraits of Monuments at the MAGA Museum of Modern Art and for the XXI Triennale the photographic project Warm Modernity_Indian Paradigm which with the book of the same name won the 2016 RedDot Award.
In 2018 he was involved in projects: Mantua, architecture from the twelfth century to the twentieth century for the Territorial Pole of Mantua of the Milan Polytechnic, Ormea: signs of the landscape for the Nasagonado Art Project, and with Francesco Radino The Milan railway stations for the AEM Foundation. In 2019 he was invited to the Bocs Art Cosenza artist residence to create a photographic campaign on the city and in the same year, he was invited to create a photographic project on the maritime republics for the Pisa biennial curated by Alfonso Femia.
He has several publications, architectural and landscape photography exhibitions to his credit.
FARAH PIRIYE | CONTRIBUTED CURATOR
Farah is an independent curator, art critic and researcher based in London, United Kingdom. Her curatorial practice focuses on transnational dialogues, and on the ways history, migration, memory, identity and other social forces have shaped modern realities. Her work aims to question dilemmas of borders and freedom through theoretical research and socially engaged art projects, while exploring connections between various disciplines in order to challenge conventional definitions and forms.
NICCOLÒ GAUDIO | INTERN
Graduated of Architecture at the Politecnico of Milan. During the academic years at Politecnico he developed different skills, learning to use programs of technical and graphic design (AutoCAD, Revit, Sketch-up, adobe illustrator, photoshop), while adopting the most traditional and classic method of representation like freehand drawing and photography, for which he developed a particular and marked interest following specific courses and cultivating it amatorially.
In April 2019 he started a stage regarding the theme of accessibility in museums with the studio of the architect Maddalena D’Alfonso in preparation of the thesis.