Exploring intuition JEREMY MELVIN Frank Gehry at the Soane At Sir John Soane's Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2 until 19 June
If anyone categorised architectural personalities in the way Buddhists do souls, 'intuitiveness' would surely be the equivalent of 'nirvana'. It is the most frequent accolade for Frank Gehry, and bearing it out demands little of the critic. Indeterminate, squiggly lined drawings tend to suggest intuitiveness, and Gehry does those in abundance. The show at the Soane (cut down from a much larger one at the Louisiana, Copenhagen) presents a sample of these drawings, several models and ...
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