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Tonight at 6:30 pm, join us for a conversation with artists Tania Bruguera and Karen Finley: gu.gg/zsAka pic.twitter.com/zTnfXAoFUS
Happy birthday, Alexander Calder! His "Red Lily Pads" last hung from our rotunda in 2012: gu.gg/zs77i pic.twitter.com/ygN8fZ6OyB
Happy birthday to Alexander Calder, born on this day in 1898. His "Red Lily Pads" last hung from the top of the Guggenheim rotunda in our 2012 exhibition "Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949–1960." Jean-Paul Sartre, who visited Calder's studio in Connecticut in 19
Our "Tropical Uncanny" film series runs from Aug 8-Sep 26. See the full film schedule here: gu.gg/zs0fm pic.twitter.com/HJnfSYuj7e
.@CinemaTropical director Carlos Gutierrez on curating our new "Tropical Uncanny" film series: gu.gg/zrZYa pic.twitter.com/Bl8D5s4aVr
40 Artists. 15 Countries. Watch our new video for "Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today": youtu.be/rDDHbTSszGQ #GuggUBSMAP
Video - Our Chief Fabricator explains how James #Turrell’s Aten Reign was installed last year: gu.gg/zoSHN pic.twitter.com/Iw3CP8os2O
One year ago, the Guggenheim rotunda housed light and space artist James #Turrell's new site-specific installation "Aten Reign." On blogs.guggenheim.org, watch a video interview with our Chief Fabricator Christopher George as he explains how phenomenal structure was built.
On Edgar Degas's 180th birthday, celebrate with "Dancers in Green and Yellow" on view now in our Thannhauser gallery. 🎂
On Edgar Degas's 180th birthday, celebrate with "Dancers in Green and Yellow" on view now: gu.gg/zlwyN pic.twitter.com/Kp2AnSXwcF
For our followers in #Singapore, this weekend is your last chance to see our first touring exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative “No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” at Singapore’s Centre for Contemporary Art. See works by 16 artists from Bangladesh, Cambo
For our followers in Singapore, our #GuggUBSMAP exhibition "No Country" closes this Sunday: gu.gg/zlrJX pic.twitter.com/eXrtnWpYw3
We mourn the loss of Otto Piene, founder of the artist group ZERO, who passed away at age 86. "Otto Piene was a light in the darkness; he will be missed but always remembered." Photo: Otto Piene and Guggenheim curator Valerie Hillings, Leerdam, November 21, 2012
We mourn the loss of Otto Piene, founder of the artist group ZERO, who passed away at age 86: gu.gg/zkcsT pic.twitter.com/vGFrdNjCpw
Stop by the museum today to learn about Tania Bruguera's new public project The #FrancisEffect (and wish the artist a happy birthday)! 🎂
Stop by the museum today to learn about Tania Bruguera's The #FrancisEffect (and wish the artist a happy birthday 🎂)gu.gg/zk7IOK
Giacomo Balla was born today in 1871. Hand of the Violinist, 1912 from our collection is now on display @Guggenheim buff.ly/1mXn9PF
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Happy birthday, Giacomo Balla! See his 1913-1914 painting depicting the speed of racing automobiles "Abstract Speed + Sound (Velocità astratta + rumore)" on view now in #ItalianFuturism. The choice of automobile as symbol of abstract speed recalls Filippo Tommaso Marinetti's notorious statement in h
Happy birthday, Giacomo Balla! See his "Abstract Speed + Sound" on view in #ItalianFuturism: gu.gg/zjxlc pic.twitter.com/O5WvtLNyoi
Thanks to everyone who attended our "Anti-Pasta" dinner inspired by #ItalianFuturism. Photos: gu.gg/zgXKL pic.twitter.com/UQOXBaTbbS
Thanks to everyone who attended our "Anti-Pasta" dinner inspired by #ItalianFuturism. This culinary experience at our award-winning restaurant the Wright, was hosted by cookbook author and restaurateur Mimmetta Lo Monte and Vivien Greene, curator of Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Un
#TBT This 1964 flyer from the Guggenheim Archives announces Nam June Paik’s Robot-Opera "….on every streets and squares in New York." Robot-Opera featured Robot K-456 (1964), “a remote controlled robot that played audiotaped speeches by John F. Kennedy and defecated beans.” This Sunday, July 20 mark
#TBT This 1964 flyer from the Guggenheim Archives announces Nam June Paik’s "Robot-Opera" gu.gg/zgIZf pic.twitter.com/r0Tf5KqbEh
Video: Under the Same Sun "attempts to deconstruct notions of Latin America" - @pablodelabarra gu.gg/zf8Ck pic.twitter.com/0pDpxEwgRi
Day 3 of #CCSTI @Guggenheim Topic of the day: role of information in inquiry- based teaching. pic.twitter.com/vF9g5BhQPU
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