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Win tickets to our now sold out @worksandprocess performance inspired by Edgar Degas, Oct 5: gu.gg/AC4mq pic.twitter.com/AXbnw5G953
Our fall Works & Process season is selling fast. On Facebook.com/WorksandProcess, enter to win tickets to our sold out performance on October 5 inspired by the ballerina who posed for the famed Edgar Degas sculpture "Little Dancer Aged Fourteen" (1879–81). View the full season of Works & Process per
Take in #ItalianFuturism without the crowds Sunday 9-10 am at our final morning private view: gu.gg/ABTBj pic.twitter.com/W57E0HPkXj
Our final members' morning private view of #ItalianFuturism takes place this Sunday morning 9-10 am before the Guggenheim opens to the public. Take in the exhibition the New York Times calls "an epic… phenomenal show" without the crowds, enjoy complimentary light breakfast, multimedia guides, and a
The play "Bauer" dramatizes a mostly forgotten chapter in the history of the @Guggenheim museum nyti.ms/1ohaW55
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#TBT This 1948 installation view shows the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s collection at the first museum site, then located on 24 East Fifty-Fourth Street in New York. The exhibition showcased paintings by Vasily Kandinsky and Rudolf Bauer—nonobjective artists favored by the museum's director an
#TBT 1948 installation view of the Guggenheim Museum's first location on 24 East 54th Street: gu.gg/Azucs pic.twitter.com/50f8QVYDgV
This Sunday 9-10 am, see #ItalianFuturism before the museum opens at our final private view: gu.gg/Axwyl pic.twitter.com/eCl0BPLtgN
This Sunday, August 24, 9-10 am, get up early to beat the crowds and see #ItalianFuturism before the museum opens to the public at our final members' morning private view. If you’re not already a Guggenheim member, join now and save $10 at join.guggenheim.org. ☀️
Today on blogs.guggenheim.org, the Guggenheim Archives celebrates #NationalRadioDay with digitized recordings from a 1970s lecture series called "Round and About the Guggenheim," a collaboration with @wnycradio featuring curators, art historians, and artists discussing exhibitions and events at the
We're celebrating #NationalRadioDay w/ digitized recordings from a 1970s lecture series @WNYC: gu.gg/Ax1CP pic.twitter.com/kwcSLdprrb
Watch a video with #ItalianFuturism curator Vivien Greene on our evocation of a Futurist theater, closing today: gu.gg/AwUXc
Annex Levels 5 and 7 of our #ItalianFuturism exhibition close today, featuring Benedetta’s murals and major theatrical works by Giacomo Balla and Fortunato Depero. Pictured here is the entrance to the immersive light and sound environment based on Giacomo Balla’s designs for Igor Stravinsky’s "Firew
Select #ItalianFuturism galleries close today, featuring works by Benedetta, Balla & Depero: gu.gg/AwMsU pic.twitter.com/IFKT7A8LsR
On blogs.guggenheim.org, get a behind-the-scenes look at how we created our new interactive feature MAP Navigator, a global view of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative #guggubsmap 💻📱🌍
A behind-the-scenes look at how we created the MAP Navigator, a global view of #GuggUBSMAP: ow.ly/AuRUs pic.twitter.com/NNmI713Crz
"We want to make the museum accessible to all ages and all types of families." Video: on.wsj.com/1oo9McI via @WSJ pic.twitter.com/DTMERHwvF7
Artist @amaliapica's "A ∩ B ∩ C" invites performers to manipulate translucent pieces of colored acrylic, producing new configurations that use abstraction and intersection to invite the rethinking of collaboration and community. Listen to an audio interview with Amalia Pica and many other artists in
New on our @SoundCloud - Listen to artist interviews from the exhibition "Under the Same Sun" gu.gg/ArqLZ pic.twitter.com/gD6ryi4iLc
Reminder - This Wednesday, August 20 is your last day to see major works by Benedetta, Depero, and Balla in #ItalianFuturism before our Annex Level 5 and 7 galleries close. The main body of of the exhibition in our Frank Lloyd Wright Rotunda remains on view through September 1. The works leaving ear
Reminder - This Wed, Aug 20 is your last day to see Benedetta's murals in #ItalianFuturism: gu.gg/Ariae pic.twitter.com/fpZexkXcxR
Where do you read? In honor of @nypl's #ireadeverywhere, enjoy Andreas Gursky's epic "Library" gu.gg/An56J pic.twitter.com/lXgE14nHhx
Where do you read? In honor of @nypl's #ireadeverywhere campaign, enjoy Paul Klee's "Open Book (Offenes Buch)" 1930 from the Guggenheim collection 📖
Last day to enter our #ItalianFuturism giveaway! Comment on our blog for a chance to win: gu.gg/AmP8l pic.twitter.com/iHVXIce5JN
For the final weeks of #ItalianFuturism, select products now 20% off at the Guggenheim Store: gu.gg/Akkab pic.twitter.com/bioFw3Zqe1
#TBT Flyers, catalogues & tickets for exhibitions of avant-garde painter Natalia Goncharova: gu.gg/Ak9Pi pic.twitter.com/4aDXnMkfXo
#tbt On blogs.guggenheim.org, browse through flyers, catalogues, and tickets for exhibitions of Russian avant-garde painter Natalia Goncharova found in the Guggenheim Archives Artist files collection. Influenced by the Italian Futurists, Goncharova and her partner Mikhail Larionov were part of the R
.@mirseum speaks of how #art can heal us of past trauma at "reverberations and revolutions" #guggubsmap @Guggenheim pic.twitter.com/jPcjLPuSkK
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Alfredo Jaar’s “A Logo For America” is currently revived in Times Square courtesy of @Guggenheim - what was his next #PAF project titled?
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In honor of the final weeks of #ItalianFuturism, we're offering a chance to win this prize pack from the Guggenheim Store, which includes a catalogue, tote bag, t-shirt, poster, and 2 admission passes to see the exhibition. Visit blogs.guggenheim.org and share your most interesting discovery about t
Explore our #ItalianFuturism blog series and comment for a chance to win this prize pack: gu.gg/Adg3X pic.twitter.com/bPaWqpCywt
Final weeks—#ItalianFuturism closes 9/1, plus don't miss the final days of Benedetta's murals: gu.gg/AeSGz pic.twitter.com/Z2uHzxP18M
Final weeks! #ItalianFuturism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe closes on September 1, plus don't miss your last chance to see Benedetta's murals closing early on August 20 in our Annex gallery.
Job Alert: Our Interactive department is hiring an Associate Project Manager for Guggenheim.org: gu.gg/AcQuF
Tickets for the fall season of our Works & Process performing arts series are on sale today. Don't miss performances this season by Primary Stages, @metopera, The Kennedy Center, Brian Brooks Moving Company, Harlem Stage, Juilliard Dance, and more. Book now for the best event and seating selection a
Tickets for the fall season of our @worksandprocess performances on sale today: gu.gg/AcguS Video preview: youtu.be/psfMZfuoWeA
Daniela Bleichmar calls the @Guggenheim exhibition of Latin American art “incisive, provocative, often deeply funny” j.mp/1phqBWJ
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The Guggenheim softball team aka "Solomon's Sluggers" have been enjoying a legendary season. On blogs.guggenheim.org, we share true tales from the staff on our team—its legacy, its recent wins, and what it's like playing against the @whitneymuseum ⚾️
True tales from the Guggenheim softball team on recent wins & playing against @whitneymuseum: gu.gg/A7EGL pic.twitter.com/Rp0X3idUc1
Last night we celebrated the reenactment of Alfredo Jaar’s iconic 1987 intervention "A Logo for America" at a reception with the artist and Guggenheim UBS MAP, Latin America curator @pablodelabarra for @tsqarts #MidnightMoment. Every night this month, stop by Times Square to see "A Logo for America"
Last night we celebrated Alfredo Jaar's #MidnightMoment. Photos: Sara Kerens for @TSqArts gu.gg/A7aPk pic.twitter.com/60hmBRUwHv
"I never thought when I made this work in 1987 that this would happen." Alfredo Jaar on being part of #MidnightMoment @Guggenheim
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Our new Latin American film series #TropicalUncanny co-presented with Cinema Tropical starts today at 1 pm featuring films by Laura Huertas Millán, Carlos Motta, and Cao Guimarães. Today's screening will be introduced by "Under the Same Sun" exhibition curator @pablodelabarra and concludes with a Q&
Love seeing 1st visitors through the door today @Guggenheim b/c museums aren't just for rainy days! #ITweetMuseums pic.twitter.com/0NZruA72Kc
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#TBT The Guggenheim Library & Archives staff recently uncovered these early 1900s playing cards designed by composer Arnold Schoenberg, a long-standing friend of Vasily Kandinsky. After attending a concert by Schoenberg in 1911, Kandinsky and the composer began their friendship, drawing inspiration
#TBT From the Guggenheim Library, early 1900s playing cards designed by Arnold Schoenberg: gu.gg/A44IR pic.twitter.com/kbMfiZtPBR