ON-Lion Letter
From February through May at the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM), more than 150 objects designed by "America's greatest architect," Frank Lloyd Wright, will be featured in the new, forward-looking exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright:  Organic Architecture for the 21st Century.  It includes 33 never-before-shown drawings by the Wisconsin legend, as well as rare home movies.

Frank Lloyd Wright:  Organic Architecture for the 21st Century celebrates the 100th anniversary of Taliesin, Wright's home -- studio, and school in Spring Green, Wis.  It also marks the beginning of a year-long celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Santiago Calatrava–designed Quadracci Pavilion, the 2001 addition to MAM.

Examining every type of project that Wright designed, along with his plans for suburban communities and American System-Built Homes, the exhibition includes drawings, models, photographs, videos, furniture, and more. 

The exhibition is organized by MAM in conjunction with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Scottsdale, Ariz.  It is sponsored by several entities, including the S. C. Johnson company, PNC, and the Figge Foundation.  Milwaukee's Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation substantially supports MAM.

MAM tickets are purchasable online.
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