Discover new Guggenheim books, download essays, and search archival materials in the brand-new Publications section of Guggenheim.org.
The BMW Guggenheim Lab will be open in Berlin from May 24 to July 29, 2012, exploring urban issues with programs created by a newly appointed team of experts and innovators from around the world, the Guggenheim and BMW have announced.
On the occasion of the exhibition Maurizio Cattelan: All, the Guggenheim has produced its first mobile app. Available on iPhone, iPad, and Android, the app includes dramatic views of the Guggenheim installation, texts about the works, and video commentary by many of the artist’s key collaborators.
The Guggenheim Store was recently lauded as "Best Museum Store" in the Village Voice's "Best of New York 2011" roundup. The paper’s annual feature highlights city landmarks from arts and entertainment to food and drink.
As the Guggenheim's Helsinki Concept and Development Study nears completion, a summary of the work so far and preview of the final months of the process.
Join us at the BMW Guggenheim Lab for the final days of the Lab’s run in New York before it moves on to Berlin in spring 2012. This week, Lab Team member Charles Montgomery, a journalist and urban experimentalist from Vancouver, will present events that illustrate the relationship between the design of our minds and the design of our cities.
Three new videos having been added to the exhibition site for Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity, documenting the artist installing works in the Guggenheim's rotunda and galleries.
For the latest installment of the Guggenheim Forum, the museum has invited three prominent writers on epistemology and consciousness to discuss the question of how we decide what is “real” in an increasingly mediated age.
Since the BMW Guggenheim Lab’s opening on August 3, more than 20,000 people have participated in its free programs centering on improving city life.
For the second edition of stillspotting nyc, a two-year multidisciplinary project that takes the Guggenheim Museum's programming out into the streets of New York City, Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and U.S. and Norway–based architecture firm Snøhetta create urban soundscapes around Lower Manhattan that explore the relationship between space and sound.
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