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What makes Frank Gehry’s architecture so outstanding and influential? His buildings surge with amazing energy and movement, revealing forms never before seen in architecture. He followed a path that expanded the boundaries of architecture. By refusing to take the usual pathway to success, Gehry resisted big commissions, sought the company of contemporary artists, and became an artist in the field of architecture.
Speaker Lila Shoshkes has lectured at the Museum of Modern Art, New York University, and the New School.