MoMA marks what would have been Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday with this exhibition of more than 450 works he created between the 1890s and 1950s—including drawings, models, films, furniture, print media, paintings and photographs. Specific objects from the museum’s archives serve as starting blocks to investigate different stages of Wright’s career; famous works like Fallingwater and the Robie House as well as lesser-known projects are covered, as is Wright’s ascent to pop culture fame.
"Raul Baileres House ( Acapulco, Mexico)" (1952), by Frank Lloyd Wright. Courtesy, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives, The Museum of Modern Art, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library & Columbia University, New York
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