Gehry’s Children” is a series I completed while on location in Seattle. I have always been fascinated by the materiality of Frank Gehry’s buildings, something which he really pioneered as an architect. He is not only a master at playing with forms, but he also gives us manifold textures and colors…from titanium, polished steel, iridescent glass and molded plastic. This series of photos deconstructs his EMP Museum in Seattle into component shapes and textures. It is a study in form, color, and texture.
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