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Guggenheim Museum
Preview music by DJ Afrika Bambaataa, performing at our @GuggenheimYCC #YCCParty on March 19: gu.gg/JBugL pic.twitter.com/ptRqrQYhHp
Our @GuggenheimYCC #YCCParty with DJ Afrika Bambaataa is less than 1 month away! Tickets: gu.gg/JBtYP pic.twitter.com/jmC75my8l5
Our 2015 Young Collectors Party is less than 1 month away! Join the Guggenheim Young Collectors Council at our annual benefit to support the acquisition of contemporary works for the Guggenheim collection over drinks, dessert, and a special musical performance by DJ #AfrikaBambaataa. Tickets still a
Shop new products inspired by our #OnKawara exhibition, now online at the Guggenheim Store: gu.gg/JARgR pic.twitter.com/sOb9CKZjpj
Now online at guggenheimstore.org, shop new products inspired by our acclaimed #OnKawara exhibition, including the fully illustrated catalogue available in four colors 📕📘
#OnKawara Image of the Day: Installation view On Kawara—Silence, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: gu.gg/JAbNA pic.twitter.com/JvbnqnUu9u
12 things to do in NYC's art world this week, including our talk on #OnKawara tonight 6:30 pm: gu.gg/JzZ4D pic.twitter.com/EQG4iA2tUx
Tomorrow at 6:30 pm, join novelist Tom McCarthy and philosopher Simon Critchley as they discuss identity, authenticity, morality, and silence in the work of artist #OnKawara on view now at the Guggenheim, followed by a private exhibition viewing and wine reception. Tickets at guggenheim.org/calendar
View our complete schedule of programs for #OnKawara and spring exhibitions: gu.gg/Jxge9 pic.twitter.com/kRMNuBto11
Tomorrow 6:30 pm, join Tom McCarthy and Simon Critchley as they discuss the work of #OnKawara: gu.gg/JxfpV pic.twitter.com/VngalVZGPe
Happy 137th birthday to Russian artist Kazimir #Malevich, known for his reductive, abstract style of Suprematism. In works such as "Untitled" 1916 from the Guggenheim collection, Malevich considered his non-objective forms to be reproductions of purely affective sensations that bore no relation to e
Back by popular demand, pre-order our #Malevich-inspired dolls at the Guggenheim Store online: gu.gg/JwXo5 pic.twitter.com/sXcxoSmnY8
Happy 137th birthday Kazimir #Malevich, known for his reductive, abstract style of Suprematism gu.gg/JwWQn pic.twitter.com/ALVFz9vMhp
#OnKawara Image of the Day: Paris–New York Drawing no. 142, 1964: gu.gg/JvPZ7 pic.twitter.com/HNSoP7IN0F
#OnKawara Image of the Day: FEB. 22, 1970. New York. From "Today," 1966–2013: gu.gg/JlT5Y pic.twitter.com/qCZAihQh8r
#OnKawara Image of the Day: SEPT. 23, 1969. New York. From "I Read," 1966–1995: gu.gg/JlSOv pic.twitter.com/6m5lVkqMiK
Just in time for the #Oscars, take a look back at the Guggenheim's starring role in classic films. On blogs.guggenheim.org, discover how Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic architecture served as settings for key scenes in Three Days of the Condor (1975), Manhattan (1979), and Bye Bye Birdie (1963). #FrankL
Just in time for the #Oscars, a look back at the Guggenheim's starring role in classic films: gu.gg/Jpy7g pic.twitter.com/gjWZrx7ox5
"If you live on Twitter and Facebook, you'd better see #OnKawara at the Guggenheim"—@Forbes: gu.gg/JoNPM pic.twitter.com/oggxuzq6Bt
Our friend #CookieMonster​ 🍪 visited the Guggenheim last week on his #CookieArtTour of New York City, and took his very own #GuggSelfie in the rotunda! See more photos from his visit on @mashable 📷 @sesamestreet
#OnKawara Image of the Day: "Today" painting color-sample sheet used to prepare Journal pages: gu.gg/JnX4Z pic.twitter.com/cXblt4ZkCK
#TBT From the Guggenheim Archives, discover "Die Märchen vom Paradies"—a 1920s children’s book written and illustrated by Dada artists Kurt Schwitters and Kate Steinitz. Steinitz and Schwitters played with form: the illustrations, which have markedly different styles, are interspersed within the tex
#TBT From the Guggenheim Archives, a 1920s illustrated children’s book by two Dada artists: gu.gg/JlQdh pic.twitter.com/1E1XD6yj5k
Happy #LunarNewYear! From the Guggenheim collection, Robert #Rauschenberg, Goat Chow (Chow Bags), 1977. 🐐🐐🐐🐐