From a work at the Guggenheim Yoko Ono considers a "masterpiece" to innovative ideas for urban comfort, stay current on Guggenheim activity online with our new series featuring highlights from across all our digital channels.
George Segal considered The Costume Party (1965–72) to be a work of "pure fantasy," and a move away from the "relentlessly banal" subjects of his previous five years of work.
A new section on the museum's website describes how conservators work to preserve film, video, computer, and other time-based media artworks.
The Lee Ufan exhibition catalogue receives award, and over 34 new archive catalogues are now available to view online.
Backed by music selected by artist Rineke Dijkstra, Guggenheim members and their guests enjoyed after-hours access to exhibitions during Art After Dark on Friday, July 13.
Working with GOOD, the BMW Guggenheim Lab is looking for inspired visualizations of reimagined urban spaces. Share your idea and submit it by July 17.
More than 750 high-resolution images of artworks from the Guggenheim's permanent collection are now available for educators, scholars, curators, librarians, and students in ARTstor's Digital Library.
Browse key works, listen to curator interviews, and learn more about the development of the Guggenheim collection in the Art of Another Kind exhibition site and related videos.
Located in Berlin’s artistic Prenzlaur Berg district, the Lab is open to the public until July 29, and will explore notions of individual and collective comfort and the urgent need for environmental and social responsibility.
The Guggenheim welcomed over 3,200 visitors during the annual festival, which offered an array of performances and outdoor activities from 82nd to 105th Street.
Plan Your Visit
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
(at 89th Street)
New York, NY 10128-0173
Hours & Ticketing
See Plan Your Visit for more information on ticketing, including holiday hours.
Students and Seniors (65 years +) with valid ID $18
Children under 12 Free
Multimedia guides are free with admission.
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