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Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior
'Gerald Tonkens House, Usonian Automatic, Living Area, Amberley Village, Ohio,' 1954, color photograph Detail of 'Frederick Robie House, Dining Area Looking Toward Living Area, Chicago, Illinois,' 1906, photo taken 1916 detail of ' Thaxter Shaw House, Living Area, Montreal, Canada,' 1906, photographic reproduction Detail of 'Carpet Design, Maximilian Hoffman House, Rye NY,' 1957, photographic reproduction Detail of 'American Model C-3 Ready-cut (System-Built) House Design,' 1915, photographic reproduction Detail of 'Lloyd Lewis House, Living Area Looking Toward Fireplace,Libertyville, Illinois,' 1940, photograph


This exhibition of high-quality reproduction drawings of interiors, furnishings, and household objects offers a view into Frank Lloyd Wright’s creative conception of the interior spaces of his houses. In Wright’s house designs, structure and ornament are one. Every feature of the house—from the overall structure, to the interior, down to the smallest details and objects—was conceived by Wright from the beginning as a single idea.

Wright’s approach to visual enrichment as “organic ornament” grew out of his belief that the visual character of a form—whether an entire house or a lampshade—is integral to the structure of the object. Exploring the distinctive visual, sensory, and expressive quality of Wright’s interiors, Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior reveals how the architect’s distinctive abstract and geometric structures permeate the spaces and objects within.

Ideal for limited-security venues, such as small museums and libraries, this exhibition of reproduced works and photographs allows access to the immediacy of the architect’s creative process without damaging the light-sensitive original drawings.

“But perhaps as much as his genius as a stylist and designer, Wright is so well-known due to his longevity and productivity. His designs resulted in 532 completed works…”

- Mike Brewster,
Bloomberg Businessweek


“Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.”

- Frank Lloyd Wright


Number of Works: 28 framed works: 20 reproduction drawings, 8 photographs, and 4 digital files for wall murals
Curator: Virginia Terry Boyd, professor of design studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Organized by: International Arts & Artists in collaboration with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ.
Approximate size: 125 – 150 running feet
Security: Limited security
Participation fee: $6,000 plus outgoing shipping for contiguous U.S. venues; all others please inquire.
Reduced Fee: $3,500 plus outgoing shipping for 8 weeks, January 2015 to April 2015
Shipping: Exhibitors pay outgoing costs within the contiguous US.
Booking Time: 8 weeks
Availability: February 2015 – December 2015
Contact: Jared Packard-Winkler



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Irving Arts Center, Irving, TX
February 1, 2014 - March 30, 2014

Reading Public Museum, Reading, PA
May 31, 2014 - July 27, 2014

Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD
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Foreman Gallery, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY
September 15, 2016 - October 28, 2016