The unfolding story of Frank Lloyd Wright and New York.
This website follows the trail of Wright and New York by Anthony Alofsin. It also provides a forum to discuss issues that don’t have a regular home per lay on the cutting floor when the book was edited. And it will feature unpublished material and documents that Anthony has uncovered while researching his book over the last ten years. So stay tuned for developments as this website evolves. For starters, tell us what you’d like to read about.
Welcome. Wright and New York tells the story of how New York rescued Wright in the late 1920s and early 1930s from the doldrums of his career. In doing so it reveals much about Wright, his circle of friends and colleagues and the whirl of New York at the end of the Jazz Age. So stay tuned to see the book move into production. In the meantime, please join the conversation by checking out the blog below and commenting with your thoughts and questions.
Goodreads (March. 2019). Tthe largest site for readers and book recommendations in the world with over 85 million members:
“What an incredible read! Well researched and so interesting. Every facet of Wright's life is covered and the details of twentieth century New York are amazing! Wright and New York is filled with a stunning amount of wonderful, real photos. If you love architecture, history or are a New York buff-you are going to love every page of this book” Laura Harrison