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Josef Albers in Mexico - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 2017-12-15 21:00

Josef Albers in Mexico: "Josef Albers in Mexico is a quietly stunning exhibition that contrasts Albers's little-known photographs of the great Mesoamerican monuments of Mexico with his glowing abstract paintings."— The New York Times. On view now March 28:

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"It was great to finally experience the building that I learned about in college. As an architect and professor at the University of Pécs in Hungary, I often discuss the museum in my lectures."—Visitor Balázs #FrankLloydWrightFridays

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Art Making for Middle Schoolers - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 2017-12-14 20:56

Parents—sign your middle schooler up for a multi-session workshop in the new year that will build their artistic abilities in a creative environment! Led by a Guggenheim teaching artist, this studio program includes visits to our galleries, art making in a wide range of mediums, and developi...

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In a site-specific installation created for “Art and China after 1989,” Wang Gongxin inverts his 1995 installation “Sky of Brooklyn-Digging a Hole in Beijing,” in which he dug a 3.5-meter-deep “well” in the floor of his Beijing apartment. At the bottom he placed a television monitor playing a vi...

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Last chance to shop our Holiday Gift Guide and receive your domestic order in time for the holidays! Shop by midnight tonight for the art lover in your life, and enjoy free shipping when you spend $75 or more:

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Celebrate the season at the Guggenheim with the joyous sounds of holiday music and a new Works & Process at the Guggenheim commission by composer Nico Muhly, in our iconic Frank Lloyd Wright rotunda on December 17 and December 18. Be a part of this cherished annual tradition and purchase y...

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On the blog—the 1995 Guggenheim exhibition catalogue "Glass, Color, and Light," of Josef Albers's glass works, remains as a memento since many of the artist's works were destroyed during World War II. Learn more:

Works & Process at the Guggenheim Spring 2018 season starts to...

Works & Process at the Guggenheim Spring 2018 season starts to...: Online ticketing for our performing arts series, Works & Process at the Guggenheim, starts today. In Spring 2018, go behind-the-scenes with La Phil/Beth Morrison Projects, Neil Labute, Ryan McNamara, J...

The Hugo Boss Prize 2018: Nominated Artists

The Hugo Boss Prize 2018: Nominated Artists: We're excited to announce the short list of artists nominated for the Hugo Boss Prize 2018: Bouchra Khalili, Simone Leigh, Teresa Margolles, Emeka Ogboh, Frances Stark, and Wu Tsang. In addition to their significant aesthetic and concept...

Q&A with Jill Singer of Sight Unseen: How Josef Albers Influences Design Today

"In many ways, Josef Albers’s photo collages act as a record of visual inspiration in the same way that Instagram functions for designers today. What I think is different in Albers’s case is how loyal he was to a single source, returning to the well over and over and finding inspiration...
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