One of the most iconic buildings in Los Angeles is the Walt Disney Concert Hall (pictured above), designed by long-time Angeleno and one of the world's most influential architects, Frank Gehry. Now, L.A. residents and visitors can find out more about this legend at the Retrospective Exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) beginning this Sunday, September 13th, and running through March 20, 2016. Besides the Disney Hall, Gehry is renowned for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, the "Dancing House" in Prague, and the Cinemateque Francaise in Paris.The exhibit at LACMA is the United States premiere of Frank Gehry, a major retrospective examining the prolific body of work of one of the world’s most celebrated and innovative architects. Canadian-born, Los Angeles–based architect Frank O. Gehry has revolutionized architecture’s aesthetics, social and cultural roles, and its relationship to the city. His understanding of a city’s heterogeneous and fluid nature has distinguished him as a revolutionary urbanist.Gehry’s works—from his residence in Santa Monica (1978) to Walt Disney Concert Hall (2003) in downtown Los Angeles and Fondation Louis Vuitton (2014) in Paris—question a building’s means of expression, a process that has originated new methods of design and technology as well as an innovative approach to architectural materials. Tracing the arc of Gehry's career from the early 1960s to the present, the exhibition focuses on two overarching themes: urbanism and the development of digital design and fabrication, specifically his use of CATIA Digital Project, a software tool that Gehry developed, which allows the digital manipulation of three-dimensional information.Organized by the Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, Frank Gehry examines a total of over 60 projects through more than 200 drawings, many of which will be on view for the first time, as well as 66 models that illuminate the evolution of his architectural process. In addition, the LACMA presentation will include new models not previously seen in the Centre Pompidou's exhibition, representing buildings currently being designed or in the process of construction.These projects include Facebook’s new campus, the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s renovation, and Gehry’s most recent residential designs—both private residences and large-scale developments. "Frank Gehry is one of Los Angeles’s cultural icons, whose influence on international architecture and urbanism cannot be understated," said Michael Govan, LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director. “It is a great pleasure to bring this retrospective to Frank’s hometown and present it to a Los Angeles audience.”Don't miss this chance to experience the genius of a local legend who has had an extraordinary impact on modern architecture worldwide!