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Frank lloyd wright

Do not click on it if you want to remain enthusiastic about the tiny New York City box you call home.
The island is 55 miles outside of NYC, and features a Frank Lloyd Wright-built guest house, and a main house based on his design.
In celebration of this 150th anniversary of his birth, the MoMA is set to unveil a gargantuan exhibition meant to "open up Wright's work to critical inquiry and debate."
A look at Frank Lloyd Wright's existing and demolished New York structures, as well as his plan to transform the East Village that never came to be.
There will be 450 works on display, some never before seen.
Sure, you could go to Austin (again)—but why not do something different?
Wright spent decades updating his Broadacre City model, which will be on view at MoMA starting this weekend.
One of the houses that's within an hour of NYC.
The Peter B. Lewis Theater in the Guggenheim has got to house the worst seats in seat history... what was Frank Lloyd Wright thinking?
Wright's East Village apartment buildings would have been the first all-glass buildings in New York City.
Did you know there were Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in NYC before the Guggenheim Museum went up? The museum is now revisiting them in a current exhibition.
The Guggenheim wants to restore their Frank Lloyd Wright doors.
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