Angelique Campens
Writer and Curator
Angelique Campens is an independent writer, researcher and curator. Born in Belgium, she works for non-profit galleries and public art spaces and is art adviser and writer for the magazine Domus. In 2007-2008, she was a Curatorial Fellow at the International Study Programme (ISP) at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Recently she published her first monograph about the architecture of the Belgian Modernist Juliaan Lampens. Angelique Campens holds an M.A. in Art History from Ghent University.
Qatar Planning Studies and the Doha Sheraton, 1976 in William Pereira, ed. James Steele (Los Angeles: Architectural Guild Press, 2002), 166-177.
Khaled Adham, " Rediscovering the Island: Doha's Urbanity from Pearls to Spectacle," in The Evolving Arab City. Tradition, Modernity and Urban Development, ed. Yasser Elsheshtawy (Oxford: Routledge, 2008), 218-57
The Evolving Arab City.pdf
Udo Kultermann, Contemporary Architecture in the Arab States. Renaissance of a Region (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999) 182-191.
Contemporary Architecture in the Arab States.pdf
Making Souk Waqif Doha in: Volume 23, Al Manakh 2 (Amsterdam: Archis, 2009) 427-429.
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