While Frank Lloyd Wright has been revered for over a century for his extraordinary buildings, those who have followed the Wright legacy are the first to point out that it was his interior and furniture design that complete the full story of his genius.
One of those fans of Wright is the Academy Art Museum curator Anke Van Wagenberg. For most of Anke’s professional life as an academic and art scholar, she has particularly been interested in how art and architecture intersect with the famed architect’s lifetime portfolio. In an intimate exhibition of photographs and drawings now on at the AAM (running until January 4) Van Wagenberg has used this background to highlights the rare uniqueness of Wright’s interior design and esthetic, which she discussed during her Spy interview recently.
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