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Guggenheim Museum

Happy birthday #AlexanderCalder—celebrate with "Red Lily Pads," from our collection.
Museum News—Artist #RashidJohnson joins the Guggenheim Foundation Board of Trustees:
We love 8 year old Bodhi Brown's model of the #Guggenheim made from recycled materials! #FrankLloydWrightFridays
Happy Birthday László Moholy-Nagy! #BornOnThisDay in 1895, his photo from our collection is featured at @Guggenheim
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#MoholyNagy was born on this day in 1895. Enter a special giveaway on our Instagram:
What better way to celebrate #MoholyNagy’s b–day than to visit @Guggenheim's retrospective:
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Happy birthday #EdgarDegas! See his 1903 pastel "Dancers in Green and Yellow" on view now:
View from the top🌀. Thanks to everyone who attended#ArtAfterDarkk—see you next time!X
Live from #ArtAfterDark with @djmoma—great vibes and great art
Happy #FrankLloydWrightFridays—Enjoy this mesmerizing image of our oculus. 📷 by Romain Hubert9
New Timeline feature on our app shows how artists transformed the museum the past 6 decades:
Celebrate #BastilleDay with French artist Fernand Léger's "The Great Parade" 1954: 🇫�nV
7/21 Join us for "Moholy-Nagy: Optical Sound", a one-night-only event! #MNOpticalSound. Tix:
#PieroManzoni was born today in 1933. "Achrome" is from his series influenced by Yves Klein.
Happy birthday to #AmedeoModigliani—Enjoy "Portrait of a Student (L’Etudiant)" (1918-19):
Check out #MoholyNagy screenings from our friends @Guggenheim on Fri & Sats through 8/27:
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Stay cool with reusable S'Well bottles—save 10% when you buy 2+ at the Guggenheim Store:
Celebrate #CamillePissaro's birthday with "The Hermitage at Pontoise" 1987, now on view.
"True study is a form of experience"—Frank Lloyd Wright, 1958. Happy #FrankLloydWrightFridays! Today's 📷 by Milo.d
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