Framed 18"x 18", Framed 9"x 9", Unframed 18" x 18", Unframed 9" x 9"
As a boy, Frank Gehry accompanied his grandmother to purchase live carp which she took home and placed in the bathtub until time to make gefilte fish, allowing him time to observe the sinuous double curves and silvery scales as the fish swam in circles.
Computer-aided design enabled the architect to achieve the sinuous double curves of this structure and a sudden drop in the price of titanium tiles allowed the museum to afford the shimmering “scales.”
The entire suite is available as well. This is a Archival Pigment Print on archival hot press rag.