"Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” at Taliesin West and New York

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art gallery join forces to host “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” at Taliesin West and New York City.
Heads up, Frank Lloyd Wright fans—a new pop art exhibition inspired by the legendary architect is opening soon, and artworks will start at just $50. The exhibition is helmed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and San Francisco– and New York–based Spoke Art gallery, who invited artists to depict Wright-designed buildings using 1930s-era Works Progress Administration travel posters as inspiration.

This unique, highly collectible, and thrilling exhibition features work inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture from over a dozen international artists. After opening next month at Wright’s lauded winter home and architecture school, Taliesin West, in Scottsdale, Arizona, the exhibition will travel to New York City's Hashimoto Contemporary gallery, where more pieces will be added to the collection.
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"Fallingwater is being interpreted by Tyler Stout, whose most recent screen print was a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the movie True Romance. "Stylistically, his interpretation is going to be really unique, really interesting," says Hashimoto. "


Sounds promising. Excited to see the other artist pieces.

I would love to see a Daniel Danger deconstructed Wright house.
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"Fallingwater is being interpreted by Tyler Stout, whose most recent screen print was a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the movie True Romance. "Stylistically, his interpretation is going to be really unique, really interesting," says Hashimoto. "
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my fav of his houses that i've visited.
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Really looking forward to this show (luckily in NYC in July). I once spent a summer visiting Wright buildings all over the US with my spouse in tow who was a good sport about it. The Marin Civic Center that ric64 posted above is definitely a highlight and, maybe most people know, is featured prominently in the excellent film Gattaca.
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mattlew69 wrote:
"Fallingwater is being interpreted by Tyler Stout, whose most recent screen print was a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the movie True Romance. "Stylistically, his interpretation is going to be really unique, really interesting," says Hashimoto. "


Sounds promising. Excited to see the other artist pieces.

I would love to see a Daniel Danger deconstructed Wright house.
He'd also nail ghosts flying out of Falling Water on fire. "When was the last time we woke together before sleeping?"

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that Steve Thomas is a winner for sure.

Looking forward to seeing everything.
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also from the Dwell article:

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Ok who is doing Ennis?
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fallstaff wrote:Really looking forward to this show (luckily in NYC in July). I once spent a summer visiting Wright buildings all over the US with my spouse in tow who was a good sport about it. The Marin Civic Center that ric64 posted above is definitely a highlight and, maybe most people know, is featured prominently in the excellent film Gattaca.
that Lucas movie too


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ricv64 wrote:
fallstaff wrote:Really looking forward to this show (luckily in NYC in July). I once spent a summer visiting Wright buildings all over the US with my spouse in tow who was a good sport about it. The Marin Civic Center that ric64 posted above is definitely a highlight and, maybe most people know, is featured prominently in the excellent film Gattaca.
it leaks when it rains and holds the jail... aka the blue roof inn
Leaks :wink:. I think it's true that users or occupants of Wright's houses or buildings may have to offer some accommodation to live in a realm apart. Having heard stories, some people are resolved to move buckets around to catch water or accept Wright's autocratic decrees about his custom furniture appointment and arrangement. Though others rebel, like Fallingwater's Mrs Kaufmann who eventually fled the main house and moved into the rear cottage to escape the constant roar of the waterfall.
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