Frank Gehry

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Brutal Bacon, wild Gehry and unmissable Abramovic: 2021's best art, architecture and photography
Rodin, Bacon and Eileen Agar will be big, but Abramovic’s art attack could eclipse them all. Plus Frank Gehry unleashes a tornado and Helen Levitt shows how street photography should be done

Jonathan Jones, Adrian Searle, Oliver Wainwright and Sean O’Hagan

31, Dec, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Frank Gehry sees end to 'bombastic' monuments as Eisenhower tribute unveiled
Architect, 91, tells Guardian the statues going up today are ‘fairly modest compared to the ones coming down’

David Smith in Washington

17, Sep, 2020 @9:00 AM

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Frank Gehry on his memorial to Eisenhower: ‘His accomplishments bring tears to my eyes’
The designer of the Dwight D Eisenhower memorial talks about creating a monument worthy of its quietly heroic subject

Rowan Moore

06, Sep, 2020 @10:30 AM

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Frank Gehry at 90: ‘I love working. I love working things out’
He didn’t hit his stride till he was 50, and now the architect, as inventive and bold as ever, hangs out with everyone from Harrison Ford to Jay-Z

Rowan Moore

24, Feb, 2019 @8:00 AM

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Will Frank Gehry’s Wimbledon concert hall outshine £300m City rival?
Weeks after the Centre for Music was announced at the Barbican, another world-class venue is being discussed in London

Rowan Moore Architecture critic

10, Feb, 2019 @10:00 AM

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The Bilbao effect: how Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim started a global craze
Opened 20 years ago this month, the glittering titanium museum had a wow factor that cities around the globe were soon clamouring to copy

Rowan Moore

01, Oct, 2017 @6:30 AM

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Why British architecture needs to be open to all talents
The competition process that once enabled hungry young architects to design iconic public buildings has given way to a climate of caution

Rowan Moore

03, Sep, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano on shortlist for Barbican's new concert hall
Norman Foster and New York firm behind New York’s High Line park also among those to submit design plans for long-mooted cultural hub

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

10, Jul, 2017 @1:09 PM

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Available Light review – a masterclass in movement
Lucinda Childs’s collaboration with Frank Gehry and John Adams remains illuminating 35 years on

Luke Jennings

09, Jul, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Available Light review – Lucinda Childs' minimalist movers weave through John Adams' music
This exhilarating revival reignites the alchemy that the choreographer and the composer found with architect Frank Gehry

Judith Mackrell

07, Jul, 2017 @2:42 PM

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From I Love Dick to Louie: can TV shows help people understand art?
I Love Dick doubles as a stealth art history lesson and joins a very select list of TV shows that get close to capturing what art and artists are all about

Travis Diehl

17, May, 2017 @10:00 AM

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David Lynch's festival of disruption review – not quite reaching its peak
This two-day multidisciplinary event felt thin in places, particularly the film portion, but offered an interesting glimpse into artists influenced by the auteur

Lanre Bakare and Nigel M Smith in Los Angeles

10, Oct, 2016 @2:43 PM

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