Jorge Otero-Pailos works at the intersection of art, architecture and preservation. His artwork has been exhibited at major museums, festivals, galleries and foundations, including Manifesta 7, the 53rd Venice Art Biennial, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and La Galerie Louis Vuitton. He has received awards from organizations including the Kress Foundation, the Graham Foundation, the Fitch Foundation, and the Canadian Center for Architecture, and in 2012 was honored with the UNESCO Eminent Professional Award. Otero‐Pailos studied architecture at Cornell University and holds a PhD from MIT. He is Associate Professor of Historic Preservation at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture in New York. He is founder and editor of the journal Future Anterior, author of Architecture’s Historical Turn (2010) and a contributor to scholarly journals and books including Rem Koolhaas’ Preservation Is Overtaking Us (2014).