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Created for #ADA25, watch videos interpreting artwork from the Guggenheim collection in #ASL: gu.gg/Q3ymq
Today we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which made into law a commitment to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities. At the Guggenheim, we celebrate with programs that make art accessible to all, including our free Mind's Eye tours for
Today we celebrate #ADA25. Learn about Guggenheim programs that make art accessible to all: gu.gg/Q3b7d
'Lobster and Cat’ by Pablo Picasso, c.1973. bit.ly/1MrFKBb. @Guggenheim New York collection. #MuseumCats
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#AgnieszkaKurant discusses authorship and digital labor in her interview with @BOMBmagazine: gu.gg/Q2R6N
Throughout #Storylines, see #AgnieszkaKurant "The End of Signature" projected on our building: gu.gg/Q2QDj
Throughout our summer exhibition #Storylines, artist #AgnieszkaKurant's "The End of Signature" is projected on our Frank Lloyd Wright building at nightfall, representing a collective signature of museum visitors. Kurant is interested in the loss of individual authorship in the face of larger economi
#TBT #Kandinsky in front of his 1936 painting "Dominant Curve" on view now at the Guggenheim: gu.gg/Q0GId
"A true work of art speaks immediately to the spectator. The spectator should immediately respond to the work of art." - Vasily #Kandinsky #TBT Kandinsky in front of his 1936 painting "Dominant Curve" on view now in our Kandinsky Gallery. Photo: Boris Lipnitzki
Mark your calendars! @Grimezsz will perform at the @Guggenheim Gala's pre-party: wwd.com/fashion-news/f…
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Access the catalogue from Kupka's 1975 Guggenheim retrospective, now digitized & free online: gu.gg/Q01qB
Czech artist František Kupka’s satirical illustrations found in the Guggenheim Archives: gu.gg/Q01h1 #TBT
Czech artist #FrantišekKupka, whose paintings are represented in the Guggenheim collection, also worked as an illustrator of books and posters during his early career, and became known for his satirical drawings for newspapers and magazines. On blogs.guggenheim.org, browse a selection of his illustr
Today we announce dates for the 2015 Guggenheim International Gala made possible by Dior featuring a special musical performance by Grimes (@actuallygrimes), November 4. Guggenheim Young Collectors Council members receive priority access to discounted tickets starting today. Public sale starts on Au
On Nov 4, @GuggenheimYCC hosts #GIG2015 performance with @Grimezsz. YCC pre-sale starts today: gu.gg/PZHv6
Guggenheim & Dior announce dates for the 2015 Guggenheim International Gala Nov 4-5: gu.gg/PZHhL #GIG2015
"It’s about understanding that we all are different." On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), educators from the Guggenheim, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)​, and The Museum of Modern Art​ (@themuseumofmodernart) came together to discuss acce
"It’s about understanding that we're all different."–Guggenheim Educator @MayaJeffereis gu.gg/PXLh3 #ADA25
Educators from Guggenheim, @metmuseum & @MuseumModernArt talk about access at museums: gu.gg/PXL6P #ADA25
Just published: This WebExclusive review of "Storylines," the summer group show at @Guggenheim bit.ly/1IeATfB
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#Storylines artist #CarolBove creates eloquent and visually understated assemblages, arranging such items as books, photographs, crystals, and peacock feathers on platforms, shelves, and other supporting elements. Each item in a Bove work has a story to tell: books are inscribed, photographs show si
Renowned writers Yusef Komunyakaa & @MegWolitzer respond to art in #Storylines tonight 6:30 pm gu.gg/PWZte
Why did Peggy Guggenheim pick up the phone? Because #AlexanderCalder 📞 (born today in 1898):gu.gg/PWsQqrv
Why did Peggy Guggenheim pick up the phone? Because Alexander Calder 📞 Happy birthday to American sculptor #AlexanderCalder, born today in 1898. Known for his mobiles, Calder's "Red Lily Pads" were last suspended in the Guggenheim rotunda in 2012 for "Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction
@AnotherMagazine visited our #Kandinsky gallery and examined key lessons we can learn from the legendary painter and art theorist: 1. Let your style evolve 2. Live a colourful life 3. Know when to take a break 4. Believe in the power of contrast 5. The inner self matters A selection of works from




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