Guggenheim Museum: Lee Ufan Exhibition
Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Guggenheim. It took Wright 15 years, 700 sketches, and six sets of working drawings to create the museum. On October 21, 1959, ten years after the death of Solomon Guggenheim and six months after the death of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Museum first opened its doors to the general public. The building was the first permanent museum to be built rather than converted from a private house in the United States.
Exhibit Lighting Designer: Mary Ann Hoag