Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonia
June 22, 2017
through August 26, 2017
This exhibition presents the houses by Japanese American architect and Taliesin student Kaneji Domoto in Westchester County’s Usonia, a small community for which Frank Lloyd Wright designed the site plan in accordance with his urbanistic principles. Featuring material from private archives that has never been shown publicly, the drawings, artifacts, models, and photographs exhibited show how Domoto’s work applied a Wrightian idiom and provide a glimpse at life in Frank Lloyd Wright’s inner circles.
Kaneji Domoto at Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonia is curated by Lynnette Widder, lecturer in Discipline, Sustainability Management at Columbia University and co-author of Ira Rakatansky: As Modern as Tomorrow. The exhibition designer is Studio Joseph.
June 22 – August 26
The Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Pl