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Tax Prof Tour And Dinner At ABA Tax Section Midyear Meeting In Los Angeles

Here is a photo of Tax Profs at the Frank Gehry Tour of Loyola-L.A. Law School and Dinner on January 29 (during the ABA Tax Section Midyear meeting in Los Angeles): (Photo credit: Brian Costello) (pictured, from left): Omri Marian (UC-Irvine), Pippa Browde (Montana), Julie Manasfi (Whittier), Monica Gianni (Cal-State...

What Is Frank Gehry Really About?

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“From the beginning, he rebelled against the austerity of modernism, its pitiless Euclidean demands and its contempt for decoration. Even the chain-link fencing, in this view, was a gesture at classical embellishment, his version of the blind niches and capitals and other flourishes that make classical buildings interesting to look at, though they serve no […]

ANDREW FERGUSON ON “THE STARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE OF FRANK GEHRY.” The last sentence is perfe…

ANDREW FERGUSON ON “THE STARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE OF FRANK GEHRY.” The last sentence is perfect; read the whole thing to understand why.

Pierre Boulez dies: Frank Gehry remembers musical titan

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

Pierre Boulez, the celebrated Modernist French composer and conductor who died Tuesday at 90, was a familiar face on Los Angeles' cultural scene, having conducted numerous times throughout Southern California, including several stints leading the Ojai Music Festival. He was a close friend of the...

Los Angeles River getting a makeover, thanks to Frank Gehry

2 months agoTechnology : Tech Talk

City has tapped the famous architect to help reinvent 51-mile river, amid problems from El Niño and the California drought

How Frank Gehry’s provocative designs go from concept to reality

If you think that famous Frank O. Gehry’s complex architecture is a result of a mere computer 3D modeling, you are completely wrong. Gehry has an idea and he knows how to develop it. By hands. Just opened at 21_21 Design Site in Tokyo surprising exhibition dedicated to the work of the great Canadian-born and Los Angeles-based proves it. Show More Summary

Have You Seen the Pictures of Facebook's New Office?

A new office space designed by Frank Gehry might help boost productivity and innovation, but will it work for you?

Mapped: Every Building in Los Angeles Designed By Frank Gehry

Gehry's "Binoculars Building" in Los Angeles's Venice neighborhood. Starchitect and generally feisty dude Frank Gehry has been working in Los Angeles for more than 50 years, and is still going strong with a handful of big new projects underway...

Mapped: All of Frank Gehry's Los Angeles Projects

Gehry's plans for the Grand Avenue Project Starchitect and generally feisty dude Frank Gehry has been working in Los Angeles for more than 50 years, and is still going strong with a handful of big new projects underway in...

9 Things You Didn't Know About Frank Gehry

The quintessential starchitect's biography is surprisingly sensitive. Architect Frank Gehry has designed some of the most iconic buildings of the past two decades, from the Guggenheim Bilbao to Facebook's new mothership in Silicon Valley. Show More Summary

Design Team Named For Performing Arts Center At World Trade Center Site

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The Brooklyn-based architecture firm, REX has been selected to reconceive the Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center, which was originally designed by Frank Gehry. The decision, announced Friday, is a significant step forward for a building that has been problematic since it was first introduced as part of Daniel Libeskind’s master plan for […]

Starry support for 'Ay, Carmela!' at Hudson Mainstage Theatre

3 months agoArts : Culture Monster

Frank Gehry’s set for “Ay, Carmela!” at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre may not make any lists of the architect’s most impressive designs. It’s a fairly typical set for an intimate theater. Audiences hoping for a black-box-scale Disney Hall or Guggenheim Bilbao may discern a faint family resemblance...

Starry support for 'Ay, Carmela!' at Hudson Mainstage Theatre

Frank Gehry’s set for “Ay, Carmela!” at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre may not make any lists of the architect’s most impressive designs. It’s a fairly typical set for an intimate theater. Audiences hoping for a black-box-scale Disney Hall or Guggenheim Bilbao may discern a faint family resemblance...

Hollywood Hills home has a whole cast of notable names in its past

A Hollywood Hills home with a cast of characters in its history is for sale at $4.199 million. Built in 1940, the Traditional-style home was redesigned by architect Frank Gehry in the 1980s to add loft-like contemporary spaces with windows bringing in natural light and looking out onto the swimming...

American Museum Of Natural History Reveals Jeanne Gang’s Design For Expansion

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The design consumes less coveted park space than expected, while introducing a contemporary aesthetic that evokes Frank Gehry’s museum in Bilbao, Spain, in its undulating exterior and Turkey’s underground city of Cappadocia in its cavelike interior.”

Museum of Natural History Reveals Design for Expansion

3 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

The plan consumes less park space than expected, while introducing an aesthetic that evokes Frank Gehry’s Bilbao museum and the Flintstones.

The Skyline hotel in Battersea Power Station project will feature stunning infinity pool

The latest development in the upcoming Battersea Power Station project is the addition of a hotel’s rooftop infinity pool which overlooks the Thames riverbank. Fosters + Partners and Frank Gehry released phase three plans for the surrounding London structures earlier this year and each new detail makes the project seem more and more exciting. Show More Summary

Paul Goldberger Describes the "Pragmatism and Poetry" of Frank Gehry's Architecture in His New Book

3 months agoUnited States / Chicago : A/C

Paul Goldberger, former architecture critic of the New York Times, will receive the Architectural Journalism Award from the Society of Architectural Historians here Friday night. The award ties in to the release of Goldberger's new book, Building Art: The Life...

Roundup: Bob Ross paints, Jeb Bush's art party, Frank Gehry and the L.A. River

The museums of the future. The seductiveness of Bob Ross. Looting in the Middle East. Plus: Will Jeb Bush do Art Basel? Is Frank Gehry a good thing for the L.A. River? And is Drake’s unavoidable “Hotline Bling” about cities? Here’s the Roundup: — Jeb Bush’s Pop Art fundraiser.  — Hobby Lobby boss...

Around Town - Dr Chau Chak Wing Building - UTS Business School

After five years of public speculation about the design, this Frank Gehry building was opened in February 2015, at which time Governor-General Sir Peter...

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