Frank Gehry with Paul Goldberger
Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Frank Gehry is among the most acclaimed architects of our era. Known for his use of bold, curvilinear shapes and unusual fabrications, his most celebrated designs include the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Gehry also designed the Performing Arts Center at Ground Zero and the expansion of Facebook’s campus. He appears in conversation with his biographer, architecture critic Paul Goldberger. "Gehry is the most important architect of our age." – Vanity Fair
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Thursday, Oct 17 07:00 PM