Gavin Browning holds an MS in Urban Planning from Columbia University and a BA in English from The New School University. He was the director of Studio-X, a downtown Manhattan extension of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where he curated events and exhibitions, and edited The Studio-X NY Guide to Liberating New Forms of Conversation (GSAPP Books, 2010). He has contributed to The Architect's Newspaper, the Brooklyn Rail, the Nation, Places: Design Observer, Time Out New York, Urban China, Village Voice, Volume and other publications. Previously, he worked for the independent publishing house Verso. He lives in New York City.
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Posts by Gavin Browning
CHANGE OBSERVER: Community Hero: Queens Museum of Art (05.03.11)
PLACES: Trans Siberia (03.26.10)
PLACES: ink (01.25.10)
PLACES: it is what it is (11.11.09)