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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

In 1939 The Museum of Non-Objective Painting opened its rented quarters in Manhattan on East 54th Street, showcasing the collection of American and European abstract and nonobjective artwork that Solomon R. Guggenheim had begun assembling a decade before. In the seven decades since, the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum—renamed in its founder's honor in 1952—has grown exponentially, expanding in both historical and stylistic range and depth.

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Josef Albers, Pachacamac (Peru), 1953
Josef Albers, Tampu Machay (Peru), 1953
Josef Albers, Max Bill Ulm VI '55, 1955
Josef Albers, Homage to the Square, 1961
Pierre Alechinsky, The Ant Hill (La Fourmilière), 1954
Pierre Alechinsky, Vanish (Disparaître), 1959
Pierre Alechinsky, Codex, 1981
Khadim Ali, Untitled 2, Rustam Series, 2010
Khadim Ali, Untitled 1, Rustam Series, 2011–12
Khadim Ali, Untitled 3, Rustam Series, 2011–12
Siemon Allen, The Land of Black Gold, 2004
Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Sweat Glands, Sweat Lands, 2006
David Altmejd, The University 2, 2004