Garden supply list, 1947. Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archive. M0007. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY.
In January 1947, Hilla Rebay placed a large order for a wide variety of seeds to plant at her home in Connecticut. More
Amaya, M. (1966). Pop Art… and after. New York, NY: Viking Press. N6490 .A62 1966.
The image of the gun on the spine of this book comes from a 1964 Roy Lichtenstein–designed felt banner, produced, amusingly enough, by the Betsy Ross American Flag and Banner Company. More
Portrait of Lisa Lyon on Exhibition flyer, “Lady”: photographs of Lisa Lyon, Leo Castelli Gallery, 1980. Artist files. A0008. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York, NY
In the black-and-white photos that Robert Mapplethorpe shot of her, Lisa Lyon exhibits both classical beauty and strength. More
Fernand Léger: Five Themes and Variations exhibition opening, 1962. Film collection. A0039. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York
This silent footage from the Guggenheim Museum Archives’ Film Collection of a 1962 exhibition opening documents quite a party. More
Academy of American Poets Poetry Readings Flyer, 1972-1973. Events records. A0063. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York
Forty-one years ago, as part of a reading series organized by the Academy of American Poets and held at the Guggenheim from the mid 1960s through 1980, John Ashbery gave a reading at the museum. More
Saccardo, P.A. (Ed.). (1972). Catastrophe: Art from the East. Milan, Italy: Centro Culturale San Fedele. NX584.A1 G34
This 1972 catalogue from an exhibition in Milan did not just represent the art that was displayed, but gave each of the artists presented free rein over its pages. More
Venet, Bernar. (circa 1968). The infrared polarization of the infrared star in Cygnus. New York: Letter Edged in Black Press. RB N6853 V36 I54 1968
In 1968, Guggenheim curator Edward Fry received this 45 record from artist Bernar Venet, which is probably the first artist album in the archive. Have you heard excerpts from it? More