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Frank Gehry

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  • World Trade Center site, a work in progress

    NEW YORK — With next month's planned opening of One World Trade Center, the slow-moving, always-contentious reconstruction of the 16-acre site devastated by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will take a major step forward. Here's a status report on the...
  • Revised Eisenhower Memorial design gets preliminary approval

    After years of setbacks and criticism, architect Frank Gehry has received some good news about the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington. Gehry's revised design for the much-contested project won preliminary approval from a key group on Thursday....
  • In Paris, a passion for all things Frank Gehry

    In Paris, a passion for all things Frank Gehry
    Frank Gehry has a significant history in Paris -- and something of a mixed record. He lived here for a year in the early 1960s, working for the French architect Andre Remondet as well as the planner Robert Auzelle. As an established and indeed world-...
  • Gehry's Louis Vuitton Foundation museum is a triumph, but to what end?

    Gehry's Louis Vuitton Foundation museum is a triumph, but to what end?
    The personal or private museum, built to hold the blue-chip paintings of a wealthy collector, is more of an American phenomenon than a European one. In Los Angeles alone we have the examples of the Getty, the Huntington and the Hammer to look to, with...
  • Comprehensive 'Gehry' retrospective in Paris draws sociological blank

     Comprehensive 'Gehry' retrospective in Paris draws sociological blank
    The ground-floor gallery at the Pompidou Center, where curators Frédéric Migayrou and Aurélien Lemonier have installed "Frank Gehry," a major retrospective that runs through Jan. 26, looks right out through floor-to-ceiling windows toward the sidewalks of...
  • Maltzan's One Santa Fe apartment complex plays with notion of density

    Maltzan's One Santa Fe apartment complex plays with notion of density
    Every once in a while a piece of architecture comes along that is emblematic of a moment in a city's architectural and urban development. One Santa Fe, a 438-unit apartment complex in the arts district by Michael Maltzan Architecture, is that kind of...
  • Frank Gehry's revised Eisenhower Memorial design clears another hurdle

    The long-planned Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington cleared another hurdle this week when the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts voted to approve architect Frank Gehry's revised design for the project. Earlier this month, Gehry's new design...
  • Frank Gehry brandishes middle finger at news conference in Spain

    Frank Gehry brandishes middle finger at news conference in Spain
    Frank Gehry brandished his middle finger at a journalist and used off-color language at a news conference Thursday in Oviedo, Spain. The Los Angeles architect has been in Spain this week to receive the 2014 Prince of Asturias Award for Arts, which was...
  • L.A. County supervisorial race a money battle between labor, business

    L.A. County supervisorial race a money battle between labor, business
    The pivotal race to replace retiring Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky has become a money battle between labor unions and business interests, with fundraising approaching $8.4 million. Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver have directly collected a...
  • 'Glee's' Matthew Morrison weds Renee Puente

    'Glee's' Matthew Morrison weds Renee Puente
    "Glee" star Matthew Morrison married Renee Puente on Saturday at a private estate on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The bride wore a custom gown by Gustavo Cadile, while the groom wore a Brooks Bros. tux. [People] England's Prince William and the...
  • New Book Analyzes Gotham's Mid-Century Skyline

    According to the compelling new book "New York Mid-Century: 1945-1965" (Vendome Press), the "exuberance" that gave rise to Gotham's iconic skyline that began during the Jazz Age was long gone by the time post-war modernism took hold. What sprung up in its...