Moritz Küng is an independent exhibition curator and book editor working above all at the intersection with art and architecture. He oversaw exhibitions for, among others, the 25th art biennial in Sao Paulo (2002, with Richard Venlet), the 11th architecture biennial in Venice (2008, with Office KGDVS), the 26th international biennial of graphic design in Brno (2014, with Mevis & van Deursen) and the 25th biennale interieur in Kortrijk (2016, with Heimo Zobernig). He curated comprehensive solo shows with architects as Arno Brandlhuber, Christian Kerez, Lacaton & Vassal, SANAA or Eduardo Souto de Moura, or artists such as Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Thomas Hirschhorn, Allen Ruppersberg, Joëlle Tuerlinckx or Cerith Wyn Evans. Recent publications include the catalogue raisonné The Book(s) by Peter Downsbrough (2013), as well as the artists’ books Hielos–Picos by Iñaki Bonillas (2015) and Book by George Brecht (2017). Born in Lucerne, Switzerland, he currently lives in Barcelona.