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SC Johnson Opens Frank Lloyd Wright Gallery

May 31, 2012

Exhibit at Racine campus is free to the public starting June 2.

Beginning Saturday, June 2, architecture fans can explore Frank Lloyd Wright's transformative Prairie-Style designs at a new, free gallery opening on SC Johnson's historic Wright-designed campus.


“The SC Johnson Gallery: At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright” showcases a rotating selection of Wright's designs and artifacts and explores the legendary architect's influence on families and the American home.


"SC Johnson's history with Frank Lloyd Wright spans many decades, and his impact on our headquarters campus is enduring. But Wright's influence goes beyond that, to the home," said Fisk Johnson, chairman and CEO of SC Johnson.


The Gallery is housed in SC Johnson's Foster + Partners-designed Fortaleza Hall, also home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Research Library which features a collection of more than 800 items.


The SC Johnson Gallery is the result of a July 2011 agreement between SC Johnson and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation for a long-term loan of a collection of Wright artifacts.
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