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Traces of ZERO

ZERO-0-Nul exhibition opening invitation, Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, 1964
ZERO-0-Nul exhibition opening invitation, Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, 1964. Collection on Arts Organizations. A0014. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.

Traces of the ZERO network’s apex of activity in the mid-1960s are scattered in the Guggenheim Museum Archives Collection on Arts Organizations. More

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On the MAP: Guatemala’s Regina José Galindo, Asian Contemporary Art Week, and a Q&A with Tania Bruguera

Detail: Regina José Galindo, America’s Family Prison (2008), performed at ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, 2008. Documentary photograph. Photo: Todd Jonson, Kimberly Abuchon. Courtesy prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, Milan-Lucca
Detail: Regina José Galindo, America’s Family Prison (2008), performed at ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, 2008. Documentary photograph. Photo: Todd Jonson, Kimberly Abuchon. Courtesy prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, Milan-Lucca

In our latest monthly update from the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, we take a look at a provocative Guatemalan artist; share an audio playlist for Asian Contemporary Art Week; and offer a peek at a recent interview with artist Tania Bruguera. More

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“Painting Continually Happens within Oneself”: V. S. Gaitonde at the Guggenheim

Detail: V. S. Gaitonde, Untitled, 1995. Oil on canvas, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm). Pundole Family Collection X.2013.1082 © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York. Photo: Anil Rane
Detail: V. S. Gaitonde, Untitled, 1995. Oil on canvas, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm). Pundole Family Collection X.2013.1082 © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York. Photo: Anil Rane

The artist V.S. Gaitonde’s compelling, non-representational paintings remain sorely understudied. As the Guggenheim Museum’s retrospective of his work opens today, we share perspectives on Gaitonde's life and oeuvre from artists who admired and learned from him. More

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Collectivity and Revolution

Colectividad y revolución

From left: Elmar Rojas, Roberto Cabrera, and Marco Augusto Quiroa, founders of Grupo Vértebra, with one of their sculptures.
From left: Elmar Rojas, Roberto Cabrera, and Marco Augusto Quiroa, founders of Grupo Vértebra, with one of their sculptures. Photo: Courtesy Anaite Quiroa

Emiliano Valdés traces the development of artists’ collective projects in the politically volatile context of Guatemala, beginning with Galería DS in 1964 and continuing through the subsequent decades to the opening of Gabriel Rodríguez’s S1. More