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Guggenheim Museum 2h
To our followers in Spain—Don’t miss “Kandinsky,” on view now at . The exhibition draws from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation's extensive holdings to illustrate the full arc of Vasily Kandinsky’s seminal career. Learn more:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 24
To actor , the Guggenheim is one of those special things in New York “that are in no place else you can experience.” Hear more from BD and a diverse cast of quintessential New York voices in “Mind’s Eye: A Sensory Guide to the Guggenheim New York”:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 23
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“Untitled, 1970, Pink Felt” is on view now in . Plan your visit: © 2020 The Estate of Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 23
: Robert Morris’s “Untitled, 1970, Pink Felt” is a departure from his earlier unitary geometric forms of the Minimalist sculpture. This work, as well as his other felt works, foreground the physical qualities of his materials and the artist’s physical process.
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 22
Weekend reading—artist Senga Nengudi, whose work is currently on view in the exhibition "Knotted, Torn, Scattered," continues to challenge “what it means to live in a body, especially when that body is Black and female.”
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 20
Today’s illustration is by Nandini Goel and Antoni Ruszkiewicz—“We were inspired by the likeness of the spiraling curves of the Guggenheim to a lime peel, and FLW’s defiance of the grid on which all the other buildings in New York were set.”
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 19
To actor Bobby Cannavale, the Guggenheim is "iconic, it’s unlike any other building anywhere in the world.” Hear more from Bobby and a diverse cast of quintessential New York voices in “Mind’s Eye: A Sensory Guide to the Guggenheim New York”:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 18
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“Juliet” is on view in . Plan your visit: © Lynda Benglis / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 18
Lynda Benglis’s “Juliet” (1974) hovers between two mediums, reinforcing the artist’s preoccupation with materiality and the evocative potential of the sculpture. The work is from a series that Benglis titled after the NATO phonetic alphabet.
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 17
To commemorate the 2020, created a limited-edition sweatshirt—the all-over photo print of our iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building activates an Augmented Reality experience through an Instagram filter. Learn more:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 16
: Simone Leigh’s series of ceramic portrait busts, including “Georgia Mae” (pictured), celebrate the Black female body as a “repository of lived experience” and interrogate how it has been depicted and defined throughout American history.
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 15
Hear former Guggenheim curator Levi Prombaum share the story of Paul Mpagi Sepuya’s “Mirror Study for Joe (_2010980)“ and ask, “What does it mean to hold an image close, as close to yourself as you might hold a partner or a lover?”:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 13
Today’s post is by Anna Kuchera—“I combine vastly different architectural programs to challenge architectural values and ideals. The program of a pool is inserted into the avant-garde, pure form of the Guggenheim, creating a chaotic yet functional scene."
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 12
Watch come together in under 60 seconds. Conceived by Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal, the exhibition investigates topics such as climate change, migration, preservation, and evolution. Plan your visit:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 11
🎁 The Guggenheim Store’s holiday gift guide has arrived! Our collection of art and architecture-inspired gifts has something for everyone on your list. Click here to start shopping:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 10
On November 11 at 7 pm ET, tune into the Wright Sites x PechaKucha conference, featuring 8 presentations on Frank Lloyd Wright sites in the highly visual PechaKucha style—20 image-based slides, shown for 20 seconds a piece. FREE with registration:
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The Shed Nov 9
Thursday: Artist Howardena Pindell in conversation with Shed exhibition curator Adeze Wilford and curator Ashley James. RSVP to watch:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 9
: From a distance, Mona Hatoum’s “Impenetrable” appears to be an ethereal cube levitating in the gallery. Up close, the work reveals a menacing aspect: it's composed of hundreds of barbed wire rods dancing from fishing wire. Learn more:
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 8
Hear curator Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães share the story of Alfredo Jaar's collection work, "A Logo for America," introduce Jaar’s politically charged practice, and ask, “What does it mean to be an American today?”
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 7
Weekend reading—The New York Times () explores the museum’s rotunda exhibition, by AMO and Rem Koolhaas, and its relevance within the world’s current moment.
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