Gehry talks: architecture + process

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Rizzoli, 1999 - Architecture - 299 pages
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Friedman documents Gehry's work from 1988 to the present, tracing his evolution from a Southern California architect known for his idiosyncratic use of materials, to an international figure who is redefining modernism with his sculpturally expressionistic work. 350 illustrations, 200 in color.

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Mildred Friedman is the editor of Rizzoli's The Architecture of Frank Gehry (1986) and the curator of the 1986 Gehry exhibition at the Walker Art Center.

Michael Sorkin is a New York-based architecture critic and author of Exquisite Corpse and Michael Sorkin Studio: Wiggle.

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