How do we imagine that immigrants, or foreigners, smell? How about the smell of women? Anicka Yi has created a hybrid scent of an Asian-American woman and a carpenter ant, as part of her exhibition on view now at the Guggenheim.
How do we imagine that immigrants or foreigners smell How about the

Anicka Yi: Transforming Ideas into Smells
Sculptor Constantin Brancusi's work was inspired by myths and primitive cultures, primarily working with marble, stone, bronze, wood, and metal. Brancusi began utilizing abstracted forms and sculpting by direct carving, a method characterized by working directly with the material, as opposed to the significantly more common practice of making a model to be cast or executed by others. Explore...
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Sculptor Constantin Brancusis work was inspired by myths and primitive cultures primarily
Jennifer Franco
Starting Memorial Day, May 29 through Labor Day, September 4, we are proud to offer free admission to all active-duty military personnel and their families as part of Blue Star Museums, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and more than 2,000 museums across the United States. Learn more about our participation: [ Link...
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Starting Memorial Day May 29 through Labor Day September 4 we are
Timothy M. Swanson
Karen Valeri
David McCarthy
In “Portraits of Strength,” sixth graders at PS 86 in the Bronx reflected on who they were and who they have become as they approach their graduation from elementary school as part of our Learning Through Art initiative. "I chose Guggenheim as my strong place because it makes me happy and excited. I feel that the museum and I have things in common like love of art. The artists who are...
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In Portraits of Strength sixth graders at PS 86 in the Bronx
Susan M Greene
Cornelia Harper
Jessy Neu
Summer is almost here! Beginning June 20, we will be open until 9 pm on Tuesday evenings through August 29. Add some art to your summer nights and enjoy our exhibitions on view, plus special programs and a weekly conversation series, the Summer of Know. #GuggSummer
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Summer is almost here Beginning June 20 we will be open until
Mercedes Batista
Jeanne Brown-Murasso
Pamela Perkins
Marcel Duchamp arranged for Katherine S. Dreier to leave 28 works to the Guggenheim's founding collection on her death in 1952. Among the works were Constantin Brancusi’s "Little French Girl (The First Step [III])" (1914-18), Piet Mondrian's "Composition" (1929), and Duchamp's "Study for 'Portrait of Chess Players' (1911). Learn more: [ Link ]
Marcel Duchamp arranged for Katherine S Dreier to leave 28 works to
From the Guggenheim's library—this rare 1918 book containing Vicente Huidobro’s poem “Tour Eiffel” has a stunning cover and frontispiece by Robert Delaunay.
From the Guggenheims librarythis rare 1918 book containing Vicente Huidobros poem Tour

Delaunay’s Eiffel Tower Paintings Inspired and Illustrated This Vicente Huidobro Poem
Victor Campos
On June 8, celebrate with us the 150th birthday of architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the iconic Guggenheim Museum! In honor of Wright, the museum will be open from 10 am–5:45 pm with reduced admission of $1.50. Join a free architectural tour of the building, view large-scale, rarely seen photographs of the museum during its construction, and enjoy a special birthday cupcake in Cafe 3. Best of...
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Árni Sigurðsson
Jane Goffin
Dee Starkey
Be part of tonight's after-hours gallery tour of "Visionaries" led by artist Julia Dault. Dault will reflect on select works in the exhibition while sharing perspectives on her own creative process. A reception follows after the tour. Purchase tickets: [ Link ]

Photo: Enid Alvarez
Be part of tonights afterhours gallery tour of Visionaries led by artist
Alejandro De Gyves
Abstract Expressionist Franz Kline was born on this day in 1910. Kline became known as an Action painter because his work expressed movement and energy, emphasizing dynamic line. The characteristic black slashes of "Painting No. 7" (1952) suggest the full body movement of the artist as he spontaneously applied the paint, incorporating chance splatters and smearing. In fact, Kline’s paintings...
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Abstract Expressionist Franz Kline was born on this day in 1910 Kline
Kevin Acker
Albrecht Wild
Gabriela Cicarelli
2017 is a big year for us—we're celebrating the 20th anniversary of Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the 80th anniversary of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and June 8 marks the 150th birthday of Guggenheim architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Join the celebration by making a gift to ensure the vitality of our museums for years to come: [ Link ]
2017 is a big year for uswere celebrating the 20th anniversary of
Jean Tinguely was born on this day in 1925, known for his kinetic artworks. Tinguely said, “[I] began to use movement simply to make a re-creation. It was a way of redoing a painting so that it would become infinite—it would go on making new compositions with the help of the physical and mechanical movements I gave it.” From our collection, enjoy "White Moving Forms on Black Background (TNT),"...
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Jean Tinguely was born on this day in 1925 known for his
Maria Virginia Mena
Juan G Restrepo Sanz
Post-Impressionist painter Henri Rousseau was born on this day in 1844. Known for his unusual depiction of modern times, Rousseau became something of a sensation within the relatively small Parisian art scene. His astonishing works were celebrated by Guillaume Apollinaire, Alfred Jarry, and Pablo Picasso, and he came to be considered a major force by artists such as Max Beckmann, Vasily...
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PostImpressionist painter Henri Rousseau was born on this day in 1844 Known
Janet Lee Butler
Ann Hunziker
Ana Kuga
"The Collection Online is finely curated, well structured, and especially fast. It is a model for other institutions.”—Our redesigned website has won a Silver 2017 MUSE Award and honoree status at The Webby Awards!
The Collection Online is finely curated well structured and especially fast It

Guggenheim Website Receives MUSE Award and Webby Honors
Niels Nielsen
"This was my first time at the Guggenheim, and I found myself marveling over Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture more than the art inside. It was an unforgettable experience"—Visitor Charlie #FrankLloydWrightFridays

Photo: Charlie
This was my first time at the Guggenheim and I found myself
Jennifer Franco
Tara Gunn
Allan Kaplan
On May 18, Solange performed "An Ode To," an interdisciplinary performance piece and meditation, that examined themes from "A Seat at the Table." Through movement, installation, and experimentation with reconstructed musical arrangements, Solange transformed the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright rotunda with her mesmerizing site-specific performance and melodic vocals. This performance was part of the...
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On May 18 Solange performed An Ode To an interdisciplinary performance piece
Andrea Sunshine Udalaya
Ana Isabel
Stuart Cornell
Tomorrow —all six . . . circle through New York locations host special events and activities! At the Guggenheim from 12–3 pm, a drama class from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts will present site-specific performances and bring to life works from the museum’s collection.
Tomorrow all six circle through New York locations host special events and

. . . circle through New York Open House Day: Frank Sinatra High School at the Guggenheim
In 1923, the Société Anonyme, started by founding collector Katherine S. Dreier with Duchamp and Man Ray, organized Kandinsky’s first solo show in New York—also his first in the United States. Learn more: [ Link ]

Photo: Katherine Dreier and Marcel Duchamp at The Haven, her estate in Connecticut, 1936.
In 1923 the Société Anonyme started by founding collector Katherine S Dreier
Charles Levine
Rafael Lamberts
Happy #ArtMuseumDay! The Guggenheim is closed on Thursdays, but visit one of our neighboring Association of Art Museum Directors museums offering discounted admission & special programs today. Learn more: [ Link ]

Photo: Kris McKay, Guggenheim staff at the MoMA The Museum of Modern Art for this year's #MuseumInstaSwap
Happy ArtMuseumDay The Guggenheim is closed on Thursdays but visit one of
Roger Hummel
Rabia Karaca
To our followers in Bilbao—Museo Guggenheim Bilbao's newest exhibition, "Paris, Fin De Siècle: Signac, Redon, Toulouse-Lautrec, and their Contemporaries," analyzes the Parisian art scene and highlights the most important French avant-gardes of the late 19th century, particularly the Neo-Impressionists, Symbolists, and the Nabis. On view through September 17. Learn more: [ Link ]

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To our followers in BilbaoMuseo Guggenheim Bilbaos newest exhibition Paris Fin De