PSFK Conference Speaker Interview: Phil Patton

PSFK Conference Speaker Interview: Phil Patton
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The author and curator shares some thoughts, leading up to next week's PSFK Conference.

Stephanie Pottinger
  • 31 march 2011

Phil Patton will be one of the panelists at our upcoming PSFK CONFERENCE NY 2011. Phil is an author and independent curator.  His books include Made in U.S.A.: The Secret Histories of the Things That Made America.  He writes on automobile culture and design for the New York Times and teaches in the design criticism program at the School of Visual Arts.  He was guest curator of the Cars, Culture, and the City exhibition last year at the Museum of the City of New York.  He has written for Design Observer, I.D., Rolling Stone, Wired, and been a contributing editor of Esquire and Departures. In anticipation of the conference, we bring you a few thoughts from Phil:

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