This characterization by Macrae-Gibson strikes me as interesting, but his interpretation of the cube, which returns to Malevich's mystic quadrilaterals ( Gehry once designed a Malevich exhibit, so the reference is not as arbitrary as it might seem), seems to me completely misguided, a willful attempt to reinscribe the old-clothes junk aesthetic of a certain Postmodernism within the loftiest metaphysical vocations of an older high modernism.

Source type: picture
Info: Black Square and Red Square / Kazimir Malevich • 1915
Original size: 900x1448 px. Edit