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Posts Tagged: Bruce Goff

Frank Lloyd Wright and Vampires

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This is a season of Japanese prints in Southern California. The Norton Simon Museum has “Hiroshige: Visions of Japan,” with 175 prints, all from the permanent collection (left, The One… More ›

Outside the Box at the Japanese Pavilion

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Bruce Goff’s organic architecture was made to complement the nature-inspired art in LACMA’s Japanese Pavilion. Conservation practice has interposed a profusion of little Lucite boxes… More ›

Getting Rid of LACMA

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LACMA’s “transformation” takes an apocalyptic turn in The Architect Newspaper‘s eye-opening interview with Peter Zumthor and Michael Govan. In case you didn’t know, Govan… More ›