Exhibition Design | Publication Design
This traveling exhibition features the photographs of Andrew Pielage, a photographer working to document all remaining Frank Lloyd Wright structures around the world.
Mounted at four Wright sites around the United States (Beth Sholom Synagogue, Taliesin, Taliesin West, and Fallingwater,) this was the first exhibition of its kind to be displayed at Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home. Without a formal gallery on the property, the exhibition was split between several historic rooms and meant finding creative solutions to sharing and displaying didactic information.
RIGHT: In spaces where the exhibition was displayed in historic rooms and not on traditional walls, laminated sheets were available with the object information and themes.
BELOW: One room supported traditional gallery graphics. In this space, temporary walls were installed and the didactics were printed on removable panels so the walls could be repurposed for future exhibitions.
In this room, each exhibited piece was part of one of three themes outlined by the curator. The tight space didn't allow for theme panels to be placed in accessible zones, so each object label included a symbol that corresponded to the themes outlined on the title wall.
Exhibited Art - Andrew Pielage
Curator - Sam Lubell
Logo design - Rachel Minier
ABOVE: Object Labels with theme symbol.
RIGHT: Mockup of entry wall with themes.
The exhibition catalogue was available for purchase at all four exhibition locations.