Frank Gehry Museum Partially Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina

November 2005
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p8
The article provides updates on the construction of the new museum designed by Frank Gehry in Biloxi, Mississippi. The museum, which is set to house the Biloxi collection of fabled 19th century potter George Ohr, is under construction for a July 2006 opening date. It is in proximity to the resituated Pleasant Reed House, which has been destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Project architect Joey Crain of Guild Hardy Architects sadly reported that the project may be delayed.


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