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TALIESIN WEST IS OPEN FOR PUBLIC TOURS!

Since closing our doors in March of 2020, we have been hard at work implementing new measures and experiences to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors while on property.
We are now pleased to offer safe public tours Thursdays – Sundays.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation + Spoke Art

“Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless”

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art gallery have joined forces once again as a sequel to last year’s art exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless. This time, the popular follow up is completely virtual. To purchase artworks, visit Spoke Art Gallery’s webpage:

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ABOVE: NORMAN LYKES HOUSE BY KIM SMITH


 

 

A limited number of these prints will be available for purchase online.
The new 2020 artworks were released for purchase in late Ocotober. Don’t delay! Last year, many prints sold out quickly. 
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MIDWAY GARDENS BY TOM WHALEN


 

Again, the show features work from over a dozen international artists, with pieces designed in the style of 1930s-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) travel posters depicting artistic interpretations of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings. Among the list of participating artists are returning guests Max Dalton from Argentina, Alison King from Phoenix, Steve Thomas from Minnesota, François Schuiten from Belguim and George Townley from the United Kingdom; as well as newcomers Jon Arvizu from Phoenix, Dave Perillo from Philadelphia, Aaron Stouffer from Phoenix, Bruce Yan from Seattle, and Phantom City Creative from Toronto.

 


IMPERIAL HOTEL BY DAVE PERILLO

The inaugural “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” exhibition debuted in 2019 with showings held at Spoke Art’s sister gallery in New York, Hashimoto Contemporary, and Wright’s lauded Taliesin and Taliesin West in Spring Green, Wis. and Scottsdale, Ariz. respectively. Despite the significant effects that arts organizations have faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foundation and the Gallery chose to pivot the 2020 show to be online-only in an effort to maintain their shared initiative of inspiring and connecting with the global art and architecture community.

Spoke Art is internationally-recognized for its rotating pop-up shows that feature a curated selection of contemporary, pop-culture-inspired paintings, sculptures and illustrations from a collection of celebrated artists. Previously held at their New York and San Francisco locations, as well as in major cities like Miami, Los Angeles and Chicago, the Gallery’s themed exhibitions have garnered admiration from a dedicated following of art aficionados and pop-culture enthusiasts alike that are always eager for new announcements.

Guests will have an opportunity to purchase limited-edition, hand-numbered prints.

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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation members receive a 10% discount on artwork for the first month of the show.
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WATCH A VIRTUAL EVENT FEATURING THE CURATOR AND ARTISTS:

“TALIESIN TALK” CONVERSATION 
Watch the recorded Facebook video presentation here:

TALIESIN TALK featuring artists + curator

 

 

 

ABOVE: GORDON STRONG AUTOMOBILE OBJECTIVE BY THOMAS DANTHONY


 

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