Tina DiCarlo is a Europe-based writer and curator. She is currently a PhD Fellow in Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture, funded by the Noweigian Research Council at the Oslo Center for Critical Architectural Studies, Oslo School of Architecture. From 2000-2007 she was a curator at the Museum of Modern Art, New York where she curated and assisted on numerous exhibitions, including: OMA in Beijing: The China Central Television Headquarters by Rem Koolhaas (2006), Emilio Ambasz: House of  Spiritual Retreat (2005), The High Line (2005), Envisioning Architecture (2004), and with Terence Riley, Yoshio Taniguchi: Nine Museum (2004), Tall Buildings (2004) and The Changing of the Avant-Garde (2002). Since then her largest curatorial project to date includes advising on a 200-hectare resort, for a luxury development in Northeast Brazil in collaboration with Winkreative.

Tina holds Master’s degrees philosophy and art history from the Courtauld Institute, London and a Masters in Architectural Design from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. As part of her PhD she recently received MRes in Research Architecture and Visual Cultures, from Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2009 she was awarded a Graham Foundation Grant for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for a forthcoming publication entitled Exhibitionism. In 2010 she was the conuslting editor for LOG 20, the first compendium on curating architecture. In 2011 she founded ASAP, an archive dedicated to the collection and exhibition of critical spatial practice, whose objects reside between art and architecture. She has taught at the Berlage Institute, The Netherlands, been a guest critic at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, UCLA the Architectural Association, London, and The Royal College of Art, among others. She speaks and writes internationally.