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What it's like working at a major art museum? @dailymuse interviews the Guggenheim's Chief Curator @nespector: gu.gg/vW4D9
#WeemsLIVE Ticket Update - Evening programs with Jason Moran, Theaster Gates & the Geri Allen Trio are now SOLD OUT: gu.gg/vW0Hh
On blogs.guggenheim.org, discover three artists from the Guggenheim collection participating in Carrie Mae #WeemsLIVE, April 25-27. Carrie Mae Weems's hand-picked line-up for next weekend's event includes three fellow photographers—Lyle Ashton Harris, Leslie Hewitt, and Xaviera Simmons—who explore c
Discover Three Artists Participating in Carrie Mae #WeemsLIVE at the Guggenheim, April 25-27: gu.gg/vW0ju pic.twitter.com/XGaL7yQRqQ
Final Weekend - Kandinsky in Paris, 1934-1944 closes on April 23! Installation views: gu.gg/vVtKF pic.twitter.com/avyXf09Utc
Don't miss the final weekend of Kandinsky in Paris, 1934-1944, closing next Wednesday, April 23. This exhibition examines work Vasily Kandinsky produced in the last 11 years of his life, when he settled in the Parisian suburb Neuilly-sur-Seine. The late paintings it presents are characterized by whi
#TBT Now on blogs.guggenheim.org, read visitor comments from a 1946 Vasily Kandinsky exhibition presented at the Museum of Non-Objective Painting (the precursor to the Guggenheim Museum."
Don't miss the final week of "Kandinsky in Paris 1934-1944" on view now through April 23: gu.gg/vTEhM pic.twitter.com/IZxiaokO7E
#TBT Visitor comments from 1946 Kandinsky exhibition at the Museum of Non-Objective Painting: gu.gg/vTDZu pic.twitter.com/eDMSY84yrs
New Video - #GuggUBSMAP artist Sopheap Pich on using rattan, an ordinary material in Cambodia: gu.gg/vROwj pic.twitter.com/u9y0Rc1b4l
Follow participants of our three-day #CarrieMaeWeems performance-salon April 25-27 with our #WeemsLIVE Twitter list: gu.gg/vRqvl
What's it like behind the scenes at comedy clubs? @nelsongeorge previews #CarrieMaeWeems LIVE: gu.gg/vRnyy pic.twitter.com/MM6LHTGAyI
From our friends @Guggenheim: see Carrie Mae Weems and an all-star cast of artists, musicians & activists Apr 25-27: gu.gg/vrMPx
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What's it like behind the scenes at comedy clubs? On blogs.guggenheim.org, writer, filmmaker, and cultural historian Nelson George offers a preview of his upcoming "critical read" on comedy at our three-day performance-salon Carrie Mae Weems LIVE, April 25-27. Detail: Carrie Mae Weems, Device 1 (fr
Museum News - #GuggUBSMAP "Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today" opens on June 13: gu.gg/vR1pb pic.twitter.com/QsdbeuCxb3
Remembering the late American sculptor John Chamberlain who would've turned 87 years old today. Explore works from our 2012 retrospective "John Chamberlain: Choices" honoring the artist's prolific six-decade career at guggenheim.org/chamberlain
Remembering American sculptor John Chamberlain who would've turned 87 years old today: gu.gg/vQS6E pic.twitter.com/Y5E1VaKNeK
It's wedding season again—find unique gifts beyond the registry at the Guggenheim Store: gu.gg/vOWeU pic.twitter.com/TjoUfH3Bn1
"In #CarrieMaeWeems’s work, the dream is the image." - @CarlHancockRux on the Guggenheim blog: gu.gg/vPhK8 pic.twitter.com/2ZdguYrOnX
Thanks to everyone who joined our #EduTues chat with @QueensMuseum! View tweets from our discussion on @Storify: gu.gg/vP97R
Wow! What a fantastic #EduTues w/ our friends @Guggenheim on mulitlingual resources! We're wrapping up, so please share your final thoughts.
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It's wedding season again 👰🎩Find unique gifts that go beyond the registry at the Guggenheim Store, including this hand painted earthenware bowl by Gail Garcia. Explore more wedding gift ideas on our Pinterest board: pinterest.com/guggenheimstore
@FreeChoiceLab @Guggenheim Yes! It all starts inside! Our staff speaks about 8 different languages. #EduTues
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"In Carrie Mae Weems’s work, the dream is the image: nothing is ordinary—and nothing can be assumed." On blogs.guggenheim.org, writer and performer @CarlHancockRux reflects on the work of #CarrieMaeWeems prior to our three-day series of performances at the Guggenheim, Carrie Mae Weems LIVE, April 25