05.19.09 through 05.23.09
“Child of the Sun:” Florida Southern College
Florida Southern College, the largest integrated collection of Frank Lloyd Wright structures in the world, is the subject of this exhibition of photographs by Robin Hill.
World Monuments Fund
95 Madison Avenue, Floor 9, NYC
05.12.09 through 05.24.09
Crossing: Dialogues for Emergency Architecture
To commemorate the first anniversary of the Wenchuan earthquake, this exhibition reviews disasters in the past and prepares for those to come, presenting examples of post-disaster emergency architecture from around the world. Seventeen Chinese and international architects, including NY-based OBRA Architects, were invited to design feasible, efficient, safe, beautiful, and user-friendly emergency shelters for the victims of natural and social disasters.
National Art Museum of China
05.14.09 through 06.14.09
This installation will be comprised of several monumental structures that together form an overall environmental sculpture in which various activities, including presentations and participatory experiences, will take place.
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue, NYC
05.15.09 through 08.23.09
Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward
Fifty years after it was completed, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum celebrates its anniversary with an exhibition that brings together 64 projects including privately commissioned residences, civic and government buildings, and religious and performance spaces, as well as unrealized urban mega-structures. Including more than 200 original Frank Lloyd Wright drawings, many of which are on view to the public for the first time, as well as newly commissioned models and digital animations (including six analytical models by Situ Studio) this exhibition illuminates Wright’s pioneering concepts of space and reveals the architect’s continuing relevance to contemporary design.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue, NYC
05.15.09 through 08.23.09
Learning by Doing
In conjunction with Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward, the Sackler Center for Arts education will hold a parallel exhibition focusing on the design/build/live program at Taliesin: The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture — currently known as the Taliesin Shelter program. In keeping with Wright’s interest in learning by doing, designers are invited to contribute concepts for unique shelters. Selected submissions will be integrated into and rotated throughout the course of the exhibition.
Guggenheim Museum Sackler Center for Arts Education
1071 Fifth Avenue (at 89th Street), NYC