Gutai Exhibition Curators Participate in Live Twitter Q&A March 15

In conjunction with Asia Week and Gutai: Splendid Playground, curators Alexandra Munroe and Ming Tiampo respond to your questions about organizing the first U.S. museum exhibition of the most influential avant-garde collective in postwar Japan. Splendid Playground presents 145 works by 25 artists who performed radical experiments in painting, interactive sound art, experimental film, and more under the rallying cry, “Do what no one has done before!”

Join us on Friday, March 15, 11 am EDT, as Alexandra and Ming answer your questions during a live Twitter Q&A.

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Gutai: Splendid Playground is on view through May 8. Visit the exhibition site or download the free Guggenheim app to learn more.

“A mind-shifting exhibition... a breath of fresh air.” —The New York Times

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