Wright’s original drawing for his vision of the Guggenheim. Image via inexhibit.com
Here’s what the Untapped staff is reading in the HQ today:
- Frank Lloyd Wright Hated New York,Thought About Makingthe Guggenheim Pink, and Still Dreamed of Mile-High Skyscrapers [New York Times]: A review of “Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive,” currently on display at the Museum of Modern Art.
- 9/11 Tribute Museum reopens in new 36,000-square-foot space to tell victims’ personal stories [6sqft]: When it comes to remembering the 9/11 terror attacks, personal stories can be the most moving reminder.
- Seinfeld Dodging Kesha’s Hug Has Been Turned Into Beautiful Street Art [Gothamist]: If you’re anything like me, you can still remember the exact place you were when you first saw the iconic video of Jerry Seinfeld masterfully avoiding a hug from Kesha on the red carpet for the David Lynch Foundation’s “A Night of Laughter and Song.”
- Soho House’s Nick Jones Likes to Eat at 6 Restaurants in the Same Night [Observer]: One thing is for certain in New York: we have more than enough Italian restaurants to go around… One thing is for certain in New York: we have more than enough Italian restaurants to go around.
Today’s popular Untapped Cities reads:
- 11 Eateries in Queens Seen on Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown”
- 17 Gilded Age Mansions of Millionaire Row on NYC’s 5th Avenue
- Inside the Abandoned Campus of the Bennett School for Girls in Millbrook, NY