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In Defense of Difficult Art at the Guggenheim’s Controversial Exhibition
The works displayed involving animals were recently the subject of public outrage.
Guggenheim Won’t Show Art Accused of Depicting Animal Cruelty Following Threats
“As an arts institution committed to presenting a multiplicity of voices, we are dismayed that we must withhold works of art.”
The Truth About the Guggenheim’s Golden-Toilet Artist
You can now see the Maurizio Cattelan documentary.
People Are Waiting Two Hours to See a 18-Karat-Gold Toilet at the Guggenheim
invites visitors, in the words of the museum, to have “an experience of unprecedented intimacy with a work of art.”
You Can Now Poop in a Solid-Gold Toilet at the Guggenheim
The toilet costs between $1.5 and $2.5 million.
The Entropic, Liberating Power of Fischli/Weiss
It should always be a Fischli and Weiss moment.
Saltz on Christopher Wool at the Guggenheim
He’s a risky subject for the Guggenheim, one that might alienate wide audiences and critics alike.
Saltz: Picasso’s Monochrome Paintings Display a Rainbow of Emotion
Brilliantly conceived and installed by Carmen Giménez, the Guggenheim’s show zeroes in on Picasso’s use of black and white and gray.