10. Frank O. Gehry: Outside In by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I really dig the art books by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan.
Great photographs of the buildings, details, models, work spaces combined with biographical information about Frank Gehry and descriptions of his constructions in his own words. A quick enjoyable introduction to his architecture and designs whether you're a kid or not.
The book was published in 2000, so some of the in-progress building designs have since been completed. These include the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College which I saw a few years ago.
We also snuck inside for a peak at the Sosnoff Theater within: very cool.
A year ago on TTaT: Life of Art SitRep #2
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