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Ranking New York’s Most Toxic Museum Boards
Who might activists try to take down next?
Hugo Boss Prize–Winning Artist Simone Leigh on Helping Younger Women Artists
“I do think that it’s more interesting when you pass through a gate to hold a door open than it is to slam it behind you.”
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The Future Belonged to Hilma af Klint
The 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
In Defense of Difficult Art at the Guggenheim’s Controversial Exhibition
The works displayed involving animals were recently the subject of public outrage.
Solange’s ‘An Ode To’ at the Guggenheim Was a Transcendent Act of Disruption
Solange demonstrates what happens when a black woman defiantly inserts herself into literal white spaces.
The Big, Steaming Return of Maurizio Cattelan
A donkey, a documentary, and a stopped-up golden toilet.
Disco Fever … at the Guggenheim?
A Krautrock disco from Düsseldorf descends onto the Upper East Side institution with nostalgia in tow.
Davidson on James Turrell’s Hallucinatory Guggenheim Transformation
He’s given visitors a new reason to raise their gaze.
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Jerry Saltz Answers Your Questions About Museum Design and Self-Promotion
Museums that work, museums that don’t.
Animal Collective, Darren Aronofsky Will Judge the Guggenheim’s YouTube Contest
Also: Takashi Murakami, Ryan McGinley, Laurie Anderson …
YouTube in the Guggenheim? Go for It!
Some folks are up in arms over a proposed show of YouTube videos at the museum.
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Animal Collective at the Guggenheim
It was all very ‘Donnie Darko.’
Davidson: Charles Gwathmey’s Iconic New York Buildings
Rather than brand his designs with signature mannerisms, he combined smooth elegance of execution with the willingness to be self-effacing.
A Night at the Museum You Might Actually Enjoy
Ben Stiller not included, thankfully!
Jerry Saltz on Thomas Krens: Our Long Cultural Nightmare Will Soon Be Over
Krens will continue to do what he does best: sullying the Guggenheim’s good name.
is one of Prince’s many “Nurse” paintings — sexy, sinister images culled from pulp lit.