“Environmental Electronic Sculptures” flyer, Judson Gallery, 1968. Artist files. A0008. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY
These materials provide a glimpse into Juan Downey’s work, the artists with whom he collaborated, and the venues in which he showed. More
Ernst, Max. 1934. Une semaine de bonté; ou, Les sept éléments capitaux. [Paris]: J. Bucher, 1934. Covers (volume 1–5). RB N7433.4 .E76 1934
While living in northern Italy in 1933, Max Ernst cut up Victorian novels, encyclopedias, wood engravings, and natural science journals to create Une Semaine de Bonté. More
Adventures of *, 1957. James Johnson Sweeney records. A0001. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.
“The Adventures of *” tells the story of a giggling, rambunctious toddler (in the form of an asterisk) who bothers his serious father with his playful nature and curiosity. More
Calder, Alexander, James Johnson Sweeney. Three Young Rats and Other Rhymes. 1st ed. New York : Curt Valentin, 1944. "The Twelfth Day of Christmas" p. 128. RB N7433.4.C35 T47 1944.
This children’s book is filled with nursery rhymes as well as 85 unique, whimsical, and pithy illustrations by Alexander Calder. More
List of artists receiving painting materials funds, 1941. Hilla Rebay records. A0010. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York, NY
During Hilla Rebay’s tenure with the Guggenheim as director and curator, the Guggenheim sponsored grants for artists’ painting materials. More
Hand-drawn map to Sunlife, circa 1950. Hilla Rebay records. A0010. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY
In the late 1940s, Hilla Rebay purchased a summer home in Jefferson, New Hampshire, and this hand-drawn map helped her visitors find it. More
Rebay von Ehrenweisen, Hilla. Hilla Rebay : Privatdruck der Bilder Mappe I 1-13. Charlottenburg-Westend: c1930. Portrait Page 1. Call Number RB ND237.R21 H3 1930.
Found in the Guggenheim Library's Special Collection, this oversized volume showcases Hilla Rebay's collages. More