Guggenheim Blogs tells the Guggenheim's evolving story, and offers insights on visual culture, urbanism, and the global art world, along with regular discoveries from the archives.
W. K. Haselden, “How to Paint a Futurist Picture,” Daily Mirror, March 15, 1912
When British newspaper cartoonists first encountered Futurism, they satirized the “Art Anarchists” with relish. More
Garden supply list, 1947. Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archive. M0007. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.
In January 1947, Hilla Rebay placed a large order for a wide variety of seeds to plant at her home in Connecticut. More
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, inspects the modified cathode-ray tube that constitutes Nam June Paik’s TV Crown, 1965 (1998–99 version). Photo: Jeffrey Warda
In part two of our conversation with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she talks about the museum’s Media Conservation Lab and the many challenges posed by rapidly changing technology. More
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, gives a presentation in front of Bruce Nauman's 16mm film installation Spinning Spheres (1970). Photo: David Heald © 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
In the first installment of our two-part interview with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she discusses the roots of her fascinating, technologically attuned field. More
Guggenheim UBS MAP
Communists Like Us, 2006–10. Black-and-white video, with sound, 23 min., 5 sec., edition 2/5. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund 2012.163 © The Otolith Group
In our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we share details of Pablo León de la Barra's global speaking schedule and take a look at our online hub for MAP artists. More
Alexandra with Ushio and Noriko Shinohara at the artists' Dumbo studio, February 25, 2014. Photo: Alex Kukai Shinohara
Oscar contender Cutie and the Boxer tells the story of Brooklyn-based Japanese artists Ushio and Noriko Shinohara—and features Guggenheim curator Alexandra Munroe in a pivotal role. More
Reforma Avenue in Mexico City
The fourth report from Pablo Léon de la Barra's exhibition-research trips across Latin America documents visits made by the Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Latin America, to museums, galleries, and other sites of cultural significance in Mexico City, where emergent independent artistic activity thrives in dynamic relation to the legacies of regional modernism. More