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Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward
Contributions by Richard Cleary, Neil Levine, Mina Marefat, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Joseph M. Siry, and Margo Stipe
Published in 2009
368 pages, fully illustrated
Hardcover and softcover, 10 x 11.5 inches
In association with The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation; with essays by Richard Cleary, Neil Levine, Mina Marefat, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Joseph M. Siry, and Margo Stipe.
Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward is a major publication documenting the landmark exhibition of the same name upon the fiftieth anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Abundantly illustrated, Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward features a lifetime of achievement by this titan of American architecture through newly commissioned contemporary photography, archival photography, and wonderfully detailed drawings of more than 70 projects, both built and unbuilt, including such masterworks as the S. C. Johnson & Sons Administration Building in Wisconsin, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, and Taliesin West—Wright’s own desert home in Arizona, as well as lesser known projects designed for Baghdad, Iraq, and beyond. The book is richly accompanied by authoritative text from some of the most important Frank Lloyd Wright scholars and writers at work today, and presents a timely re-evaluation of the work and life of Frank Lloyd Wright within the context of social spaces, after the spirit of the exhibition. This catalog is a must-have for all Wright scholars, architects, students, and architectural enthusiasts.
Copublished with Skira Rizzoli Publications.
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