Stories on art, design, conservation, and more shed light on the Guggenheim’s past, present, and future.
Installation view: Seeing Through Light: Selections from the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Collection, November 2, 2014–January 19, 2015, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Saadiyat Cultural District, Abu Dhabi.
Photo: Erik and Petra Hesmerg, courtesy Abu Dhabi Tourism & Cultural Authority
The exhibitions now on view at the Guggenheim's museums worldwide are linked by themes, artists, and more. More
Otto Piene's 1984 Skydance/Skytime installation at the Guggenheim. Photo: David Heald © SRGF
In the summer of 1984, German artist Otto Piene staged a unique performance—SkyDance/SkyTime—at the Guggenheim Museum. More
Photo: Christine Butler © SRGF
A look at the history behind one of the most popular works in the Guggenheim Museum’s ZERO exhibition: Jan Henderikse’s 1962 Bottle Wall. More
Video still: Sarah Sze. Commissioned by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation © Sarah Sze
For the Guggenheim’s first holiday card commission, the museum's Chief Curator invited contemporary American artist Sarah Sze to imagine what our season’s greetings might look like this year. More
Photo: David Heald
How can visitors experience art in meaningful ways? One of the Guggenheim’s Gallery Guides talks about her interactions with visitors to the ZERO exhibition and their responses to the show’s engaging artworks. More
Photo: Kris McKay © 2014 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
We join our members as they take a tour of the Guggenheim Museum’s architecture, held on the occasion of the building’s 55th anniversary. More
Details of White Flower (1960), White Stone (1964), and Loving Love (199), three paintings by Agnes Martin.
Spanning the artist's entire career, the Guggenheim’s holdings of Martin’s work give insight into the themes and concerns that she explored as well as the development of her practice. More