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Off-Site Exhibition Series Exploring Stillness Concludes with Bronx Edition

After identifying, creating, or transforming “stillspots” in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island into public tours, events, or installations, the two-year multidisciplinary project stillspotting nyc comes to a close this month in the Bronx.

Can You Feel It? Four Experts Discuss Empathy in Guggenheim Forum

In conjunction with Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective, neuroscientist Peggy Mason, computer scientist G. Anthony Gorry, and writer Meghan Falvey convene this week to discuss the emotion the arguably defines us as human: empathy.

Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator Discusses Research Trip

June Yap is meeting with artists and intellectuals throughout South and Southeast Asia.

Curator David van der Leer Recognized at the Venice Architecture Biennale

The jury of the 2012 International Venice Architecture Biennale awarded a Special Mention to the exhibition Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good, cocurated by Guggenheim curator David van der Leer.

Submit Your Question for Curator Jennifer Blessing

Submit your question for Jennifer Blessing, Senior Curator, Photography, on the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective in advance of Ask a Curator Day on Wednesday, September 19.

BMW Guggenheim Lab Curator Maria Nicanor Selects Ideas to Transform Public Space

Following a collaboration between GOOD and the BMW Guggenheim Lab on an international call for ideas, BMW Guggenheim Lab curator Maria Nicanor has chosen five top submissions that reflect a range of imaginative reinventions of shared space.

Two New Videos on Rineke Dijkstra Retrospective

In conjunction with the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective, on view through October 8, the Guggenheim has produced two videos exploring Dijkstra’s work in photography and video.

Digital Digest: Summer 2012

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.

Guggenheim Acquires Sculptural Work by George Segal

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.

Guggenheim.org Highlights Conservation of Time-Based Media Art

A new section on the museum's website describes how conservators work to preserve film, video, computer, and other time-based media artworks.

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
(at 89th Street)
New York, NY 10128-0173
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Tue 10 am–5:45 pm
Wed 10 am–5:45 pm
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Marxz Rosado, The Process for Attaining the Signature of Pedro Albizu Campos in Neon Lights (Proceso para conseguir la firma de Pedro Albizu Campos en luces de neón), 1977–2002

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