Featuring 18 architects, critics, architectural historians, and conservators, this international symposium will highlight new thinking about Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and its continuing influence on contemporary architectural history, culture, and practice. Sessions focusing on topics ranging from historiography to preservation to critical reception and influence will look backward and forward in time to offer a framework for reassessing the meaning of Wright’s architecture and its broad impact over the past century and a quarter.
Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright at 150 is organized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy in cooperation with The Museum of Modern Art, with major sponsorship support from Morgan Stanley and the Maddalena Group at Morgan Stanley.
Friday, September 15,9:00 a.m.–
12:30 p.m.T1, Theater 1
Thursday, September 14,9:00 a.m.–
5:00 p.m.T1, Theater 1
Wednesday, September 13,6:30 p.m.T1, Theater 1