Join prize-winning author and leading Frank Lloyd Wright authority Anthony Alofsin at the Yale University Press book table to pick up a copy of Wright and New York and have it personally inscribed.
"I can think of several more desirable places in the world to build (this) great museum but we will have to try New York," Frank Lloyd Wright wrote of the Guggenheim.
Architect and author Anthony Alofsin sits down for a conversation with acclaimed writer, performer, and visual artist Patti Smith about the past, present, and future of New York City as a hotbed for creativity. The two will consider how the city serves as an incubator for innovation through the lens of acclaimed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s fraught, but ultimately career-defining relationship with NYC…
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation hosts this lecture by Anthony Alofsin, author of Wright and New York.
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Frank Lloyd Wright denounced New York as an “unlivable prison,” but in the 1920s the city gave him a refuge from personal and creative troubles, provided key clients and commissions, and helped him to resurrect a foundering career. The massive, sprawling metropolis unlocked new creative energies and later served as a foil for Wright’s work in the desert and in promoting “organic architecture,” …
The annual AIA Austin Awards Celebration recognizes the accomplishments of AIAI Austin Members, as well as individuals and organizations from our community through the AIA Austin Design Awards, Honor Awards, and AIA Fellowship.
This year we recognize and pin two AIA Austin Members elevated to the distinguished level of Fellowship: Anthony Alofsin, FAIA and Luis Jauregui, FAIA.
On Friday, April 28, 2017, Dr. Anthony Alofsin will be inducted into the American Institute of Architect's College of Fellows, the highest honor awarded to AIA members. The Investiture Ceremony will be held at the 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando, FL.