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The Show to End All Shows - Frank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, 1940

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Correspondence detailing the collaboration-cum-collision between Frank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, about the staging of a retrospective work, and the publication of a book to accompany it, is published here for the first time, including a controversial piece by Walter Curt Behrendt.

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"To accompany the exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: American Architect, the Museum planned a publication in the form of a Festshchrift, commissioning essays from the best-known architectural figures of the day...Wright, however, took issue with parts of the book"-- (p.11) and it was not published. This publication includes the Festscrift essays, the incendiary exchange of correspondence between Wright and the Museum about the book and an essay by Kathryn Smith.

  • TitreThe Show to End All Shows
  • Sous titreFrank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, 1940
  • AuteursManfred B. Steger,Frank Lloyd Wright,Kathryn Smith
  • Date de publication2004
  • ÉditeurThe Museum of Modern Art
  • Nombre de pages240
  • Version0.2.2.0.preview.1
  • Langueen
  • Type d'impressionBOOK
  • CatégoriesArchitecture
  • ISBN - 100870700553
  • ISBN - 139780870700552

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The Show to End All Shows - Frank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, 1940

The Show to End All Shows - Frank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, 1940

Correspondence detailing the collaboration-cum-collision between Frank Lloyd Wright and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, about the staging of a retrospective work, and the publication of a book to accompany it, is published here for the first time, including a controversial piece by Walter Curt Behrendt.