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Art After Dark

Backed by music selected by collection artist William Cordova, whose work is currently on view at the museum, Guggenheim members and their guests enjoyed after-hours access to the museum during Art After Dark on Friday, December 7. In celebration of the exhibitions Picasso Black and White, Gabriel Orozco: Asterisms, and Now's the Time: Recent Acquisitions, guests mingled in the galleries while tracks selected by Cordova filled the rotunda. One couple seized the opportunity of the special surroundings to take their relationship to the next level. Congratulations! 

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Art After Dark is a series of seasonal events at the Guggenheim Museum for members and their guests, centered around a special exhibition or program at the museum. Once the general public has left for the day, the museum’s landmark building opens for special exhibition viewings against the background of an artist- or curator-selected playlist. Learn more about becoming a member.

Photo: Christine Butler