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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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Yael Bartana, ...And Europe Will Be Stunned, 2007–11
Uta Barth, Field #23, 1998
Georg Baselitz, The Gleaner (Die Ährenleserin), August 1978
Rudolf Bauer, Invention (Composition 31), 1933
William Baziotes, Dusk, 1958
William Baziotes, Aquatic, 1961
Bernd and Hilla Becher, Water Towers (Wassertürme), 1980
Robert Bechtle, '71 Buick, 1972
Julie Becker, Interior Corner #2, 1993
Julie Becker, Interior Corner #6, 1993
Max Beckmann, Self-Portrait, 1938
Charles Bell, Gum Ball No. 10: "Sugar Daddy", 1975
Harry Bertoia, Untitled, ca. 1942
Harry Bertoia, Untitled, ca. 1943
Harry Bertoia, Untitled, ca. 1943
Harry Bertoia, Untitled, ca. 1954–55