Gary Riichirō Fox
Gary Riichirō Fox is an architectural historian, curator, and educator based at Getty Research Institute. He has curated widely: at MAK Center for Art and Architecture, he recently co-curated the centennial exhibition Schindler House, 100 Years in the Making, the research for which was supported by a Graham Foundation grant. At Getty Research Institute, he co-curated the exhibitions Bauhaus Beginnings and Bauhaus: Building the New Artist and is currently contributing to research and exhibition projects concerning the architectural criticism of Ada Louise Huxtable; material cultures of physical and digital modeling in design processes; and the architecture of Paul R. Williams, the latter of which represents a multi-institutional collaboration between the GRI, USC School of Architecture, and LACMA. Gary recently completed his Ph.D. in History of Architecture at UCLA; prior, he received his M.A. from the Architectural Association and his B.A. from Yale University.
|PhD, UCLA Architecture and Urban Design|
|MA, Architectural Association|
|BA, Yale University|