All the fish of Gehry
Frank Gehry is dubbed the most important architect of our age (Vanity Fair labelled him so) and his incredible works such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or Dancing House in Prague are know to any art/architecture admirers, with his style instantly recognizable in whichever of his works you wound stumble upon (now, that is not a good word, since his works are usually gigantic and impressive).
The architect represents the Deconstructivism trend, which aunt Wikipedia explains, is often referred to as post-structuralist in nature for its ability to go beyond current modalities of structural definition. Would you, looking at his monumental, titanium-covered buildings, say that the famous architect is actually, in his own words, “inspired by fish”? You wouldn’t expect that. And although Gehry claims “It was by accident I got into the fish image” he admits ” […] I started drawing fish in my sketchbook, and then I started to realize that there…
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