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Ken Saylor

Saylor has designed numerous gallery and museum exhibitions and media installations with visual artists, curators and museums throughout the Americas, the European Union and the U.A.E.

He is a founding principal of Saylor + Sirola, a New York City based architecture, art and design consultancy. His work has been published in Progressive Architecture, Metropolis, Art in America, Artforum, and The New York Times. He has presented his work at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, The American Institute of Architects, The American Association of Museums, Princeton School of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Pratt Institute and The Dia Art Foundation.

More recently, he designed "As it were... So to speak" for the Jewish Museum and "Re-model Ludlow38" for the Goethe-Institut in New York; and "From receiver to remote... Channeling Spain" for Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona, Spain.

Saylor has overseen Exhibition Strategy & Design at Slought since 2009.

Exhibition Strategy & Design

Slought
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
slought.org
ksaylor@sloughtfoundation.org
215.701.4627, Ext 108

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Primary programs
Local
Begins Nov 13, 2010

A permanent installation that features a rarely heard performance by John Cage, and will evolve over time through participation from the public

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World
Begins Sep 14, 2008

Highlighting America's rich history of architectural experimentation and the original ways architects today are working collaboratively to invigorate community activism and environmental policy

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Cloud
Begins Jan 23, 2011

A space for inter-cultural conversation and research about art and advocacy, exploring a variety of trends, shared differences, and common concerns

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