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  • A New Sculpturalism
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California examines contemporary Southern California architecture from 1987 to the present, exploring its experimental nature, sculptural tendency, and exciting evolution. Contributions by leading architectural historians coupled with a stunning collection of images present recent works in terms of sculpturalism and urbanism, and consider the impact of the history and environment of Los Angeles, as well as the creative and working processes.

  • Ken Price Sculpture.
    new york NEW YORK

    This long overdue retrospective, the first major museum exhibition of Ken Price’s work in New York, will trace the development of his ceramic sculptures with approximately sixty-five examples from 1959 to 2012. The selection will range from the luminously glazed ovoid forms of Price’s early work to the suggestive, molten-like slumps he has made since the 1990s. In addition to the sculpture, the exhibition will feature eleven late works on paper by the artist. Price’s close friend, the architect Frank O. Gehry, designed the exhibition.

    “Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective”
    06/18–09/22
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street)
    New York, NY 10028

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  • UCLA SUPRASTUDIO
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    UCLA Architecture and Urban Design (A.UD) announce the launch of IDEAS, a new platform for cross-disciplinary research collaborations among students, faculty, industry and other partners that will radically question, challenge and expand the current parameters of architecture practice. As part of this initiative, the department has added a new Los Angeles satellite location and significantly expanded its master’s of architecture program, which will now feature studio courses taught by several of the biggest luminaries in the field — Thom Mayne, Greg Lynn, and Frank Gehry, with Gehry Partners and Gehry Technologies.

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  • Ken Price @ LACMA
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    For more than fifty years, Ken Price created remarkable and innovative works that have redefined contemporary sculpture practice. Price procured a cult following among critics and scholars since the 1960s. Price’s work has been much talked about, though not widely exhibited until relatively recently (and then only in group shows or in commercial gallery presentations). Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective traces the development of Price’s sculptural practice from his luminously glazed ovoid forms to his suggestive, molten-like slumps, positioning him within the larger narrative of modern American sculpture. Architect Frank O. Gehry is designing the exhibition.

    Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective
    09/16/12-01/06/13
    Resnick Pavilion / LACMA
    5905 Wilshire Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90036

  • frank O. GEHRY & paul GOLDBERGER
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    conversation: frank O. GEHRY & paul GOLDBERGER
    Thursday, 04/12
    6.15 pm / Paul Rudolph Hall
    Yale School of Architecture
    
180 York Street
    
New Haven, Connecticut 06511

  • walt disney concert hall
    2003

    16 years in the making, frank gehry’s iconic music hall features his characteristic undulating steel surfaces.

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  • millennium park
    2004

    the park includes anish KAPOOR’S cloud gate and frank GEHRY’S jay pritzker pavilion which houses performances in the summer.

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  • emp

    emp
    2000

    frank GEHRY’S building features a series of differently cladded structures melded together.

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  • iac building
    2007

    frank GEHRY’S restraint works well at the iac building with its fritted, sail-like clusters set against the hudson river.

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