Frank Lloyd Wright: The Perspective of a New Generation Symposium

Frank Lloyd Wright: The Perspective of a New Generation Symposium

18-19 February 1994

 

A symposium sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture.

 


 

Friday, 18 February 1994

Roy and Niuta Titus Theater I

Museum of Modern Art

 

7:00pm - Introduction

Philip Johnson, Museum of Modern Art

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

 

Neil Levine, Harvard University, "Modern Architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright: A Love-Hate Relationship in Need of Analysis"

 

Followed by reception.

 


 

Saturday, 19 February 1994

Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall

Columbia University

 

9:00-9:15 - Welcome

Bernard Tschumi, Columbia Univeristy

 

9:15-10:30 - Anthony Alofsin, University of Texas (Austin), "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Ideology of Drawing"

 

Respondent: James O'Gorman, Wellesley College

 

12:00-2:00 - Lunch

 

2:00-3:15 - Alice T. Friedman, Wellesley College, "Frank Lloyd Wright and Feminism"

 

Respondent: Kathryn Smith, Southern California Institute of Architecture

 

3:15-4:30 - Kenneth Frampton, Columbia University, "The Impact of Technology on Frank Lloyd Wright"

 

Respondent: Leo Marx, MIT

 

Followed by reception.