I spent a good chunk of April working on a magazine story about Frank Gehry and the design for the Eisenhower Memorial. It’s finally seen the light of day, in the Washington Post Magazine.
Filed under Architecture, Memorials
Tagged as Frank Gehry; Eisenhower Memorial
Just read the article on the metro today – great job. Was interesting to hear both sides of the story, though I certainly connected more with Gehry and Wilson’s artistic process that brought them to the images for the screens. The artistic process is indirect (often) and it needs room to roam – I wonder if those opposed to the images on the screen just sat with them, let them settle, instead of rush to judge (with hyperbolic rhetoric), I wonder if they might find some truth or beauty.
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