The exhibition foregrounds the remarkable synergy between The Larkin Company and Frank Lloyd Wright, the period’s two most disruptive forces in their respective fields. Wright’s commission to design the Larkin Company Administration Building of 1906 showed how utopian Arts and Crafts ideals and technological advance could come together in ways that significantly changed modern industry. This exhibition gathers together many never before seen Wright-designed objects from the now destroyed Larkin Building, along with a spectacular collection of Larkin products.
Edmund B. Hayes Hall, Atrium
The University at Buffalo, South Campus
Main St and Kenmore Ave, Buffalo, NY 14214
Monday –Friday 9am-4pm and Hayes Hall is easily accessible on the Metro Line at the University Station and free parking is available on campus in the NFTA park and ride lot adjacent to Main St, as well as metered parking at the Eastern end of Hayes Hall. See here for a map of South Campus” https://www.buffalo.edu/content/dam/www/shared_assets/campus_maps/SouthCampus_bus-routes-opt.pdf
For more information please visit http://art.buffalo.edu/wrightlarkinexhibition/