Library Resources

Various exhibition catalogues of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings from 1933 through 1936

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Library contains published resources that reflect and inform museum collections and exhibitions, with particular focus on modern and contemporary art, architecture, and photography. Collections include global Guggenheim exhibition catalogues, rare books, the Hilla Rebay Library, as well as an actively growing collection of artist monographs, art criticism and theory, reference materials, and periodicals.

Mission

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Library's mission is to support the research endeavors of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum's professional staff. Staff includes curators, registrars, exhibition designers, development officers, educators, and administrative staff. The Library also serves interns, volunteers, docents, and teachers at the museum.

Resources

The Library provides a library catalog and the following databases: Art Full Text, Artnet, BHA, Chicago Manual of Style, and JSTOR.

Bibliographies are lists of exhibition catalogues, books, and articles relating to topics such as the museum; recent, current, and upcoming exhibitions; and individuals of note. These bibliographies are intended as a general starting point for visitors interested in further exploring the Guggenheim Museum and its collections.

Available Bibliographies

General Museum

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (PDF)

Individuals of Note

Peggy Guggenheim (PDF)
Guggenheim Family (PDF)
Hilla Rebay (PDF)
Frank Lloyd Wright (PDF)


Various exhibition catalogues of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-Objective Paintings from 1936 through 1939.

 

 

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