Gehry's gallery: sculpture and architecture
This year's RIBA Gold Medal winner Frank Gehry has latterly been known to the public for avant-garde works such as the hugely popular Guggenheim in Bilbao and his £40 million Experience Music Project in Seattle (AJ 2.10.97), a characteristically colourful and sculpted series of structures inspired by electronic guitars to represent the Jimi Hendrix memorabilia inside. Frank O Gehry (his name at birth was Frank Owen Goldberg) has long been an exponent of architecture as pure art ...
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