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Art on the Air: Sharing the Guggenheim's 1970s Radio Interviews

Mimi Poser (right) and Mary Sharp Cronson, founder of Works & Process, at the opening of the 1984 exhibition Michael Singer. Photo: Marilyn Mazur
Mimi Poser (right) and Mary Sharp Cronson, founder of Works & Process, at the opening of the 1984 exhibition Michael Singer. Photo: Marilyn Mazur

In the 1970s, the Guggenheim Museum launched a radio series, Round and About the Guggenheim, featuring interviews with artists, curators, and many others from New York’s art world. As the museum shares these archival episodes, we reflect on the history behind these fascinating conversations. More

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Guggenheim, Helsinki, Now: Architecture in the Age of the Ideas Industry

The six finalist projects in the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition. Image: Courtesy Malcolm Reading Consultants. Clockwise from top left: 47 Rooms (GH-5059206475); Two-in-One Museum (GH-1128435973); Helsinki Five (GH-76091181); Guggenheim Commons (GH-5631681770); Art in the City (GH-04380895); Quiet Animal (GH-121371443)
The six finalist projects in the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition. Image: Courtesy Malcolm Reading Consultants. Clockwise from top left: 47 Rooms (GH-5059206475); Two-in-One Museum (GH-1128435973); Helsinki Five (GH-76091181); Guggenheim Commons (GH-5631681770); Art in the City (GH-04380895); Quiet Animal (GH-121371443)

Curator Troy Conrad Therrien takes a look at the six finalist designs in the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition. More