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Daniel Talesnik


Daniel Talesnik is a curator at the Architekturmuseum der TU München (TUM) and assistant professor of the history of architecture and curatorial practice at TUM. He is a trained architect specializing in modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism, with a particular focus on architectural pedagogy and relationships between architecture and political ideologies. He was awarded a PhD by Columbia University in 2016 with the dissertation The Itinerant Red Bauhaus, or the Third Emigration. He has taught at Columbia University, the Illinois Institute of Technology, and the Universidad Católica of Chile.