The Guggenheim Museum in New York City, one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous buildings, changed museum design ever since it was first unveiled to the public in 1959. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the completion of the museum, the Guggenheim Foundation, in cooperation with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, mounted the first major exhibition on Frank Lloyd Wright in 15 years. Includes stunning photographs of the architect's drawings, new photographs of his works throughout the country, and new essays by experts. About the authors: Richard Cleary - professor and the Page Southerland Page Fellow in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin; Neil Levine - the Emmet Blakeney Gleason Professor of the History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University; Mina Marefat - architectural historian, urban designer, registered architect, and principal at Design Research in Washington, D.C.; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer - director of the archives at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West; Joseph M. Siry - professor of art history at Wesleyan University; Margo Stipe - curator and registrar of collections at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, Taliesin West. Publisher: Rizzoli. Length: 360 pages, hardcover. Includes many color photographs and drawings.
|Size||10" x 11.5"|