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Guggenheim Museum
Repost Guggenheim Chief Curator Nancy Spector (@nespector): "Why I work here. The building never ceases to amaze me. Looking at our On Kawara exhibition on a quiet day before the museum opened to the public." Don't miss the last day of #OnKawara—Silence at the Guggenheim closing tomorrow, May 3.
Final weekend! "#OnKawara—Silence" closes tomorrow, May 3. Organized with the cooperation of the artist prior to his passing last year, the exhibition presents the first full representation of Kawara's practice, beginning in 1964 and including every category of the artist's work. We're open today un
#OnKawara Image of the Day: View of One Million Years live reading in "On Kawara—Silence"
"A Year with Children 2015" opens today featuring artwork by students participating in our artist-in-residence program #LearningThroughArt which has been serving NYC public school students for more than 40 years. As part of the program, Guggenheim teaching artists partner with classroom teachers in
Our #LearningThroughArt exhibition opens today with 100+ works by NYC public school students:
Only 2 days left to see #OnKawara—Silence at the Guggenheim, closing this Sunday, May 3:
#OnKawara Image of the Day: 10 MAYO, 1968. From "I Got Up," 1968–79:
#LearningThroughArt 3rd grade student docent Jeanine Cornet from PS 88 in Queens proudly stands by her artwork at tonight's opening reception for "A Year with Children 2015," our annual exhibition of artwork by NYC public school students. 🎨
Congratulations to all of the talented students part of our education residency program #LearningThroughArt! Guggenheim Director Richard Amstrong applauds our youngest artists from NYC public elementary schools (grades 2-6) whose works are on view starting tomorrow in "A Year with Children 2015." 👏
Inspired by our current exhibition dedicated to #Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian’s mirror works and drawings, archivists sift through the Guggenheim Archives Artist Files to learn more about her career in New York in the 1970s. View ephemera from the Iranian artist's exhibitions at blogs.guggenheim.o
Our 40-year survey of mirror works and drawings by #Monir is on view now through June 3:
#TBT Inspired by our current exhibition, archivists examine #Monir's Artist Files from 1970s:
We're getting ready for tonight's #LearningThroughArt opening. Follow our @NYCulture takeover:
We're getting ready for tonight's opening reception for "A Year with Children 2015" celebrating the 100+ imaginative artworks created by NYC public school students. The exhibition will feature artwork from each classroom participating in our #LearningThroughArt education residency program, which pla
Only 3 days left to see #OnKawara—Silence at the Guggenheim, closing on May 3:
This Sunday morning 9-10 am, don't miss our final members' morning private view of "#Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Infinite Possibility" and "#OnKawara—Silence" before the museum opens. Beat the crowds and take in the first U.S. museum exhibition of Iranian artist Monir's mirror works and drawings
See #Monir and #OnKawara before the museum opens at our private view on May 3. Join to attend:
Our exhibition of NYC public school student artwork opens 5/1! Follow our @NYCulture takeover:
Why the best painting at the Guggenheim was made by a third grader: #LearningThroughArt
Our annual exhibition of artwork by New York City public school students participating in our #LearningThroughArt education residency program opens this Friday, May 1. Over the next few days, we're taking over @NYCulturalAffairs to give you a behind the scenes look at "A Year with Children 2015" fea
On January 4, 1966, #OnKawara began his "Today" series, or Date Paintings. He worked on the series for nearly five decades. The series speaks to the idea that the calendar is a human construct, and that quantifications of time are shaped by cultural contexts and personal experiences. Only 4 days lef
Only 4 days left to see #OnKawara—Silence at the Guggenheim, closing on May 3: