Art: A City for the Future

Nobody hates cities more than patriarchal U. S. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. To him Manhattan is a "great huddle" whose skyscrapers are "one of the most infernal inventions." Nevertheless it was in Manhattan's great huddle last week that the Museum of Modern Art put on a huge exhibition of the life work of Frank Lloyd Wright. The 71-year-old architect went to Manhattan himself to install the exhibition.

As an exhibition, Wright's show was no masterpiece. Its lack of explanations and jumble of diagrams left non-technical gallerygoers wondering what most of it meant. But for...

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