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Tony Smith And The Taliesin Connection

by Victor last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:49 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 02, 2010

I continued to be surprised at the ever increasing intersections that occur between history, culture and politics and Frank Lloyd Wright. Case in point: I did not know that the pioneering American Minimalist sculptor, Tony Smith, studied at Taliesin for a time to be an Organic Architect. A new exhibit of Tony Smith's drawings that "encapsulate a dramatic turning point in Smith’s artistic career, as he shifted from his professional architectural work towards painting and...




 

 

Picture 4 I continued to be surprised at the ever increasing intersections that occur between history, culture and politics and Frank Lloyd Wright. Case in point: I did not know that the pioneering American Minimalist sculptor, Tony Smith, studied at Taliesin for a time to be an Organic Architect. A new exhibit of Tony Smith's drawings that "encapsulate a dramatic turning point in Smith’s artistic career, as he shifted from his professional architectural work towards painting and sculpture" will go on display at Houston's The Menil Collection this month. Read more here.

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