Gehry: On Line is not about the world-famous architect hanging out with his internet but about Frank Gehry drawing lines, and it’s the subject of an exhibit at the Princeton University Art Museum, Oct 4 to Jan. 4.
Caroline Harris, curator of education and academic programs at the museum, will preview the exhibit Sept. 10, noon, at the Princeton Public Library . She will also discuss ongoing programs and the museum’s permanent collection.
A winner of the prestigious Pritzker Prize, the controversial Gehry is best known for his designs of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. The Los-Angeles-based Gehry Partners designed the university’s Peter B. Lewis Science Library, which the upcoming exhibit celebrates. It features 31 original drawings and several models for Gehry’s buildings, representing an array of his projects from the last two decades.