Upcoming Exhibitions

Illustration from ZERO Vol. 3, 1961

Illustration from ZERO 3 (July 1961), design by Heinz Mack © Heinz Mack. Photo: Heinz Mack

ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s

The exhibition is the first large-scale historical survey in the United States dedicated to the German artists' group Zero (1957–66) and ZERO, an international network of artists that shared the group’s aspiration to redefine and transform art in the aftermath of World War II. Featuring more than 40 artists from 10 countries, the exhibition will highlight the points of intersection, exchange, and collaboration that defined these artists’ shared history.

 
V. S. Gaitonde, Untitled, 1962

V. S. Gaitonde, Untitled, 1962. Ink and watercolor on paper, 55.9 x 76.2 cm. Collection of Kiran Nadar, New Delhi. Photo: Anil Rane © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

V. S. Gaitonde: Painting as Process, Painting as Life

Comprising 45 major paintings and works on paper drawn from 30 leading public institutions and private collections across Asia, Europe, and the United States, this is the first retrospective exhibition dedicated to the work of celebrated Indian modern painter Vasudeo Santu Gaitonde (1924–2001).

 
Wang Jianwei working at his Beijing studio, 2013

Wang Jianwei working at his Beijing studio, 2013. Photo: Xu Boxin, courtesy of Wang Jianwei

Wang Jianwei: Time Temple

Wang Jianwei: Time Temple comprises an intricately designed exhibition space, a film, and a performance art event, exploring the role of time-based art practices in contemporary Chinese art for the first commission of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative at the Guggenheim Museum. Wang Jianwei was born 1958 in Suining, Sichuan Province, Southwest China, and is widely recognized for his bold experiments in new media art.

 
On Kawara, Jan. 4, 1966

On Kawara, JAN. 4, 1966 (New York’s traffic strike) (from Today, 1966–2013). Acrylic on canvas, 20.3 x 25.4 cm

On Kawara—Silence

Through radically restricted means, On Kawara’s work engages the personal and historical consciousness of place and time. Kawara’s practice is often associated with the rise of Conceptual art, yet in its complex wit and philosophical reach, it stands well apart.

 
Alberto Burri, Rosso plastica M 2 (Red Plastic M 2), 1962

Alberto Burri, Rosso plastica M 2 (Red Plastic M 2), 1962. Burned plastic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm. Private collection © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SIAE, Rome

Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting

This major retrospective exhibition—the first in the United States in more than 35 years and the most comprehensive ever mounted—showcases the pioneering work of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915–1995).

 
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