Inside the Guggenheim
Lo Strappo by Alberto Burri
But it was the building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright--- and how it flows --- that was delightful.
We wound our way up the spiral path learning about Burri's work, and taking side trips into the collections of Impressionist and Modern art in the side rooms.
You could tell from the upbeat talking going on that people were really enjoying themselves. It was a wonderful place for people watching.
I am starting to keep track of what I find inspiring as part of working my way through Chris Orwig's new book, The Creative Fight.
But more on that later. I really was surprised by the Guggenheim. I thought it would be old-fashioned. Because it was built in 1959 and made of concrete. Clearly, I was wrong.