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
Hilla Rebay, Rudolf Bauer, Fernand Léger, and others, 1940s. Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archives. M0007. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY
The Guggenheim Museum’s first Director, Hilla von Rebay, had a love for dogs which is evident throughout the Guggenheim Museum Archives collections. More
Robbins, I. D. 1960. The Lighting of a Great Museum. Hackensack: American Lighting Corp. Page excerpts. N620.S63 A3 1960
Throughout the construction of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright and museum director James J. Sweeney often disagreed about the building’s design and function, including how to light it. More
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
Chagall, Marc, and Bella Chagall. 1931. Ma Vie. Paris: Stock. Title Page. HR ND699.C5 A23 1931
The Guggenheim’s first director Hilla Rebay and Marc Chagall were friends, and she greatly admired his work. This copy of Chagall's Ma Vie includes a sketch and dedication to Rebay. More
Isolation Unit (Terry Fox: Pipes; Joseph Beuys: Seeds): Sound Recording. RB NX456.5.P38 F69 1970
Performed in front of only 30 individuals, Isolation Unit was an anti-war collaborative performance between Terry Fox and Jospeph Beuys (Beuys later renamed his contribution Action the dead mouse). More
Piene, Otto, Heinz Mack, and Howard Beckman. 1973. Zero. Cambridge, Mass: M.I.T. Press. Cover. RB N6868.5.Z4 Z47 1973
Zero is a facsimile of ZERO magazine issues 1, 2, and 3, which were edited by Otto Piene and Heinz Mack and originally published individually in 1958 and 1961. More