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Happy #Thanksgiving from the Guggenheim! From our archives, we found this Thanksgiving guest list from the Guggenheim’s first director Hilla Rebay. Hilla welcomed a large group of colleagues and others to her table, including Orrin Riley, the founder of the Guggenheim’s Conservation Department; Hann
Happy Thanksgiving from the Guggenheim! Who’s coming to your dinner table this Thanksgiving?
The museum will be closed tomorrow on #Thanksgiving Day but open regular hours all weekend. Wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving feast! From our collection, Paul Klee, Night Feast (Nächtliches Fest), 1921. 🍗
The museum will be closed tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day. Happy feasting! Paul Klee, "Night Feast"
Also born today, artist #KaraWalker. In her provocative installation in the Guggenheim collection made of cut-paper silhouettes and light projections "Insurrection! (Our Tools Were Rudimentary, Yet We Pressed On)" 2000, Walker applied colored projections to her silhouette tableaux for the first tim
Also born today, artist Kara Walker. Learn about her provocative installation "Insurrection!"
Remembering artist #FelixGonzalezTorres, who was born today in 1957. Conceived shortly before the artist's death, “Untitled” (Golden) 1995, a luminous curtain of faux-gilded beads, invites the viewer to transform its shape by walking through. This collective and public experience of doing so referen
Remembering artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, born today in 1957. His work in our collection:
On the Guggenheim's 55th birthday in October, our members got an inside look at the museum's architecture. Read a recap of their tour of our building on Become a member today at and help us preserve #FrankLloydWright’s architectural vision.
Become a Guggenheim member today & help us preserve Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural vision:
On the Guggenheim's 55th birthday our members got an inside look at the museum's architecture:
Going to Miami for Art Basel? Don't miss these talks with #GuggUBSMAP curator @pablodelabarra:
Planning to be in Miami for Art Basel? Join #GuggUBSMAP Latin America Curator Pablo León de la Barra (@pablodelabarra) for a series of talks held in conjunction with this year's art fairs, including a talk with CIFO president Ella Fontanals-Cisneros on Dec 6 and a conversation with Under the Same Su
Happy birthday to French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, born today in 1864. See his 1893 pastel drawing "In the Salon (Au salon)" on view now in our Thannhauser collection gallery.
Happy birthday Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, born today in 1864. "In the Salon" 1893 on view now:
Our @Guggenheim Gallery Guides want to talk art with you! And now, their pins indicate which languages they speak 💬
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During the 1980s and 1990s Chinese contemporary art was predominately known for its cultural-specific context, where the emphasis was on "Chineseness" and Chinese identity as part of the overall discourse of contemporary Chinese art. On December 2, Guggenheim curator Thomas Berghuis will examine the
On Dec 2, join Curator @BerghuisThomas to discuss contemporary art & the global turn in China:
Photos—go inside last night's party celebrating the nominees and winner Paul Chan: #HBP2014
Last night at the Guggenheim, Paul Chan was awarded the Hugo Boss Prize 2014: #HBP2014
Go inside the Hugo Boss Prize 2014 party last night with photos on our Facebook page: #HBP2014 ❄️
Exterior view of the Guggenheim illuminated last night on the occasion of the Hugo Boss Prize 2014. Congratulations, Paul Chan! #HBP2014 ✨
Last night at the Guggenheim, Paul Chan was awarded the Hugo Boss Prize 2014, making him the tenth artist to win this biennial honor. As part of the prize, an exhibition of Chan’s work will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum in Spring 2015. #HBP2014 🏆
"I’d like to have architecture belong to where you see it standing.” #FrankLloydWrightFridays
"I’d like to have a free architecture. I’d like to have architecture that belonged where you see it standing, and was a grace to the landscape instead of a disgrace.” – Frank Lloyd Wright #FrankLloydWrightFridays 🍁🍂 (📷 by Guggenheim Chief Photographer @dmheald)