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@Guggenheim will open Indian modernist Vasudeo S. Gaitonde's “Painting as Process, Painting as Life” this week!: bit.ly/1vDHq16
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The Guggenheim turns 55 tomorrow & we're celebrating with our first Instagram meetup. Follow #EmptyGuggenheim 9-10 am pic.twitter.com/KA1mfbg5JU
The Guggenheim Museum turns 55 tomorrow! 🎂 We're celebrating the anniversary of our Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building with our first Instagram meetup, October 21, 9-10 am before we open to the public. Follow with #emptyguggenheim. 🌀
See choreography by Brian Brooks @worksandprocess prior to NY premiere! Save $10 with code FFD gu.gg/CWoSb pic.twitter.com/WgCs6YWyx0
What's a Guggathon? Read about our first @Wikipedia edit-a-thon focused on museum architecture gu.gg/CVulV pic.twitter.com/wexi9aosdd
What's a Guggathon? Read about our first Edit-a-thon that brought together students, teachers, architects, and staff from NYC museums to expand the topic of museum architecture on Wikipedia. blogs.guggenheim.org
Children’s book author Hervé Tullet reads "Mix It Up!" tomorrow at 1:30 & 3. For kids ages 4–9 gu.gg/CV2DX pic.twitter.com/5pGmpCIi8j
Guggenheim members gathered at the museum last Friday night for an exclusive party and private view to celebrate the opening of ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s. View more photos on our Facebook page: facebook.com/guggenheimmuseum #ZEROnetwork #MembersParty #Guggenheim
View photos from our #ZEROnetwork members' party and private view last Friday night: gu.gg/CSxhh pic.twitter.com/Z6eXjjCayD
For #TBT, we travel back in time to 1970 Düsseldorf with "Isolation Unit," a rare recording of an anti-war performance by Joseph Beuys and Terry Fox. Learn more and listen to the recording at blogs.guggenheim.org
#TBT to 1970 in Düsseldorf—a rare recording of an anti-war performance featuring Joseph Beuys: gu.gg/CRQVR pic.twitter.com/hdwivX0jm8
How do you like our new look? Explore our new guggenheimstore.org and shop the latest #ZEROnetwork products 🚀📚
How do you like our new look? Shop our new guggenheimstore.org for the latest ZERO products gu.gg/CRniE pic.twitter.com/YTf3O7lWpV
Tonight 6pm join experts @CenterForArch for a discussion on the future of museum architecture: gu.gg/COAG5 pic.twitter.com/L0t33harDa
Last week, guests gathered at the museum to celebrate the opening of ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-­60s. Exhibition artists Gunther Uecker, Heinz Mack, and Jan Henderikse also enjoyed the festivities in the museum's rotunda. View more photos at facebook.com/guggenheimmuseum. Photos: Matt Carase
Just in! View photos from our #ZEROnetwork opening reception last week: gu.gg/COqCu pic.twitter.com/5P3itjzq73
ZERO artist Günther Uecker interviewed by @WSJ "The future is an illusion. The future is now." gu.gg/CNEHy pic.twitter.com/4jPj6uKULI
How does technology + sustainability inform museum architecture? @Guggenheim panel weighs in on 10/15 @CenterForArch bit.ly/YjvHaL
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We're open on this Columbus Day, 10 am-5:45 pm. Stop in to see our new exhibition "ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s" guggenheim.org/zeronetwork #ZEROnetwork
We are open on Columbus Day! Stop in to see our new exhibition #ZEROnetwork, 10 am-5:45 pm: gu.gg/CAmW4 pic.twitter.com/ot2t20TNuq
Our interactive map charts the transnational vision advanced by the #ZEROnetwork, 1950s-1960s: gu.gg/CAfO4 pic.twitter.com/qwSarXOF4X
Visit guggenheim.org/zeronetwork to explore our new immersive exhibition website for ZERO, featuring artworks on view and an interactive map charting the transnational vision advanced by the #ZEROnetwork 1950s-1960s (turn on sound for best experience) 🔊
Explore our new immersive exhibition site for #ZEROnetwork (turn on sound for best experience) gu.gg/CA1M6 pic.twitter.com/ybb6zAwIid
There's still time to become a Guggenheim member for your ticket for two to attend tonight's #ZEROnetwork members' party, 6:15-10 pm. Join online at join.guggenheim.org and save $10 on a one-year membership to the Guggenheim with free, unlimited admission and more invitations to events like these 🍸
There's still time to become a member to attend tonight's #ZEROnetwork members' party 6-10 pm: gu.gg/CzBcd pic.twitter.com/867rOV72he
"ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s" opens today—the first large-scale historical survey in the United States dedicated to the German artists' group Zero and ZERO, an international network of artists united by an aspiration to transform and redefine art following World War II. Explore installati
Roberta Smith @nytimesarts calls ZERO "an extraordinary accomplishment": gu.gg/CzcS0 #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/8WxGyLc4eV
"ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s" opens today! Installation views: gu.gg/CyNih #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/QETJX4wWcn
A panoramic view of "ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s"—opening tomorrow: gu.gg/CwQXh #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/vfIbMmb4qb
#TBT to November 7, 1969, the opening of @meredith_monk's landmark performance "Juice" gu.gg/Cwydf pic.twitter.com/UVtuKNW09X
#TBT to November 7, 1969, the opening of Meredith Monk’s landmark performance "Juice: A Theatre Cantata in Three Installments" on our spiraling ramps. On blogs.guggenheim.org, Guggenheim Curator Nat Trotman (@smoke_and_mirrors) recalls the first time a work of live art occupied the museum’s rotunda
In case you missed our live coverage this morning from the #ZEROnetwork media preview, read the archive on @Storify: gu.gg/CwjE8
On blogs.guggenheim.org, explore issues of ZERO magazine edited by artists Otto Piene and Heinz Mack, founders of the German artist group Zero, the subject of our newest exhibition opening tomorrow. #ZEROnetwork
On our blog, explore ZERO magazine, edited by #ZEROnetwork artists Otto Piene and Heinz Mack: gu.gg/Cw7PH pic.twitter.com/bKB9WzMt3l
The star ✨ of our #ZEROnetwork exhibition—Otto Piene's 1961-69 installation "Light Ballet" pic.twitter.com/KpLF0ndOsF
The star ✨ of our ZERO exhibition—Otto Piene's "Light Ballet" 1961-69. Piene was drafted into the German military at age fifteen, and served in the antiaircraft youth corps for a year during World War II. His experience of the night sky being lit up by the intensive aerial campaign contributed to hi
Heinz Mack's "Lamellae-Cube" 1960 made of aluminum & corrugated glass suspends from the Guggenheim ramps #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/8VMhRb3chN
Heinz Mack's "Lamellae-Cube" 1960 made of aluminum and corrugated glass suspends from the Guggenheim ramps in "ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s" #ZEROnetwork
Left to right: three early works by #ZEROnetwork artists Günther Uecker and Lucio Fontana from the late 1950s: pic.twitter.com/IqAf7cFv5G
Three early works by #ZEROnetwork artist Günther Uecker: Dissolution of Formation (1958), The Yellow Picture (1957-58), and Cork Picture II (1960) ◽️🔶◽️
ZERO begins with a reconstruction of the 1959 exhibition “Vision in Motion–Motion in Vision” #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/SXBlgLaMdV
The artists who would come to comprise the #ZEROnetwork emerged from their varied experiences of World War II with a common goal: to start with a blank slate. Our ZERO exhibition begins with this reconstruction of the 1959 exhibition “Vision in Motion–Motion in Vision” featuring Heinz Mack’s Dynamic
ZERO includes work by 40 artists from 10 countries (1950s-60s), including room-scaled installations and kinetic artworks. #ZEROnetwork
Valerie Hillings explains group ZERO is better described as a “network” because artists were interconnected and transnational. #ZEROnetwork
In planning for the exhibition, Curator Valerie Hillings met with all living artists from the international artists network. #ZEROnetwork
Today, five ZERO artists join us at the media preview, including core members of the group Heinz Mack and Günther Uecker. #ZEROnetwork.
"ZERO is the first survey of this material in America. It is important, and overdue." - Guggenheim Director Richard Armstrong #ZEROnetwork
We are live from the media preview for ZERO, opening tomorrow to the public: gu.gg/CuZli #ZEROnetwork pic.twitter.com/Kayly21Iuf
We're live from the media preview for "ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s" opening Friday to the public. Follow our live coverage on Twitter this morning with the official hashtag #zeronetwork 🚀