Art and Architecture
Architecture of the late twentieth century often reflected the influence of the contemporary art of its time.
Architects and artists inspired each other and collaborated together, from designers such as Millard Sheets integrating art into his civic architecture and Home Savings and Loan branches, to architects like Frank Gehry, who in 1976 said, “My approach to architecture is different. I search out the work of artists, and use art as a means of inspiration.”
As natural companions, architecture and art often go hand in hand in the Modern architecture of Greater Los Angeles.
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