#RespekOnHisName: An Absurdly Huge Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit Is Coming to NYC's MoMa in 2017

What a way to celebrate the 149th birthday of the man himself.

On June 8th, in honor of Frank Lloyd Wright's 149th birthday the Museum of Modern Art announced that their latest exhibition "Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archives" would be debuting next year.

The exhibition will run from June 12th to October 1st in 2017 and will feature 450 works spotlighting Wright's career up until the 1950's.

Talk about a stacked exhibit! 

The exhibit will feature all kinds of pieces relating to Lloyd's careers - from architectural drawings, to films, and even scrapbooks.

In their announcement on the exhibit, the MoMA wrote that some of the pieces that will be featured in the exhibit have never been debuted to the public.

While this tribute to Wright won't be open to the public until 2017, there are plenty of exhibits you should check out this summer - like Museum Mile, and even a sick tribute exhibit to the Ramones.

Can't wait until 2017 to get your Wright fix? 


Well, why not pay a visit to what's known as his greatest masterpiece: the Guggenheim?


Soak up as many of these amazing exhibits New York has to offer this summer, and then get ready to buckle down for all of equally as mind-blowing exhibits we'll be getting in the summer of 2017.  

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[via Gothamist] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] 

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