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Guggenheim Museum Jan 5
—This artist’s intention is to “communicate with the masses” by drawing from the visual language of advertising, marketing, and the entertainment industry. Tweet your best guess and we’ll share the answer by the end of the day.
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Guggenheim Museum Feb 6
Employing unconventional materials and processes, Sara Greenberger Rafferty creates photographs that are both sculptures and images. Learn more about this work, "November" (2017), a recent acquisition to the :
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Guggenheim Museum Mar 20
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"Layla is a great reminder of when I need to get up and walk around! Although it’s a bit grainy, my computer background is a work by Lucas Arruda. indeed!" —Halsey, Individual Development
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Guggenheim Museum Feb 1
Weekend reading—discover new works added to the in 2019, and learn more about the ongoing effort to diversify our collection.
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Guggenheim Museum Jan 29
Feliciano Centurión's "Florece (Flourishes)" and "Estoy despierto (I am awake)" generate a message of hope and protection for the artist and his community. Learn more about this recent acquisition to the :
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Guggenheim Museum Jan 31
's “Jug” (2019) is one of a suite of new sculptures created for her 2019 exhibition "Loophole of Retreat," presented on the occasion of her winning the 2018 . Learn more about this recent acquisition to the :
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Guggenheim Museum Jan 30
The overlaid declarative sentence in Rirkrit Tiravanija's “untitled (freedom cannot be simulated/August 20, 2015” (2016) evidences his solidarity with forms of political resistance. Learn more about this recent acquisition to the :
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Guggenheim Museum Dec 21
On this first day of , enjoy Armin Linke's "Ski Dome, Tokyo, Japan" (1998). ❄️
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Guggenheim Museum Dec 11
: This artist was born in Aix-en-Provence, France and participated in the first Impressionist exhibition of 1874. Comment your best guess below and we’ll share the answer by the end of the day. Good luck!
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Guggenheim Museum Jan 28
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This week we're sharing recent acquisitions to the , made possible through the support of generous patrons. Follow along to discover a new artwork each day!
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Guggenheim Museum Feb 14
Happy ! ❤️ Head over to our Instagram and test your knowledge with a special edition trivia Instagram story!
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Guggenheim Museum Nov 28
The museum is closed today, and we wish everyone a delicious feast! From the , enjoy Paul Klee's "Night Feast" (1921).
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Dream of Venice Aug 3
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Roland Bastien 12h
Buy my small work on papers at the book value price until September 30, 2020. Do not miss that offer. Take a look at the works.
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Recover Reputation Feb 25
Museums shutdown in Northern Italy as coronavirus spreads —as | The Art Newspaper
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Jacqueline Glarner May 10
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Roland Bastien Sep 10
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Roland Bastien Sep 14
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Roland Bastien Sep 9
I had that impression after framed those small work on papers, having in hand a beautiful moment compressed behind glasses. These works will be on sale on my website for my birthday, Sept 17, 2020
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Acetaia Cà dal Non Nov 9
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