Disturbing the Peace: Why Architecture Hates Art

Landesberg, Amy
July 2004
Art Papers Magazine;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p34
The article focuses on the career of American artist Frank O. Gehry. It has been noted that his initial departure from the corporate modernism of Southern California that had sustained his practice took the form of tilted, trapezoidal planes as well as disengaged columns and broken sticks. Furthermore, critics credit Gehry's fish sculptures as the initial inspiration for his move to indeterminate curvature.


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