Guggenheim Foundation

Guggenheim Foundation Global Network

Founded in 1937, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is committed to innovation by collecting, preserving, and interpreting modern and contemporary art, while simultaneously exploring ideas across cultures through exhibitions, educational and curatorial initiatives, publications, and digital platforms. Dedicated to engaging both local and global audiences, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation has built an international community of architecturally and culturally distinct museums. Initiated in the 1970’s by the addition of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, this international network has since incorporated the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao (opened 1997), the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin (1997–2013), and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, currently in development. Each museum in the Guggenheim constellation combines distinguished architecture with great artworks, a tradition that has become a Guggenheim hallmark. Looking to the future, the Guggenheim Foundation continues to forge international collaborations that take contemporary art, architecture, and design beyond the walls of the museum.

International Exhibitions

AzimuthSeptember 20, 2014–January 19, 2015

The exhibition AZIMUT/H: Continuity and Newness at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection reconstructs the fundamental role played by the gallery Azimuth/h and its eponymous review, and the revolutionary new generation of creative spirits that it brought together

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Helsinki Design Competition

Design Competition Global Call

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation has launched an open, international competition for the design of a proposed Guggenheim museum in Helsinki.

Pablo Picasso, Woman with Yellow Hair (Femme aux cheveux jaunes), Paris, December 1931

The permanent collection of the Guggenheim Museum constitutes the very core of the institution.

Wilfredo Prieto, Walk, 2000

MAP Global Art
Initiative

Explore works by 40 artists and collaborative duos featured in Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today.