Fifty years after designing Manhattan’s renowned museum, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim celebrates the golden anniversary of its landmark building with the exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward. Open May 15—August 23, the exhibition brings together sixty-four projects designed by one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. Although he died just six months before the opening of the Guggenheim, Wright worked independently from any single style and developed a new sense of architecture in which form and function were inseparable. The exhibit includes newly created three-dimensional scale models that examine the internal mechanics of functional space in relation to exterior form in a variety of Wright’s projects. Planning a trip to New York this summer? Then visit guggenheim.org for more details.