Richard J. Williams

Richard J. Williams is Professor of Contemporary Visual Cultures at the University of Edinburgh. His books include After Modern Sculpture (2000), The Anxious City (2004), Brazil: Modern Architectures in History (2009), Sex and Buildings (2013), The Architecture of Art History (with Mark Crinson, 2018) and Why Cities Look The Way They Do (2019). He is writing an intellectual biography of the architectural critic and historian Reyner Banham.