X-ray fluorescence of the artist’s “Le Moulin de la Galette” (1900) has revealed a little brown dog with a red bow under layers of paint.
Guggenheim Museum Union Rallies at VIP Opening
The museum’s commitment to diversity in exhibitions rings hollow to workers who say they are not receiving a fair wage.
The Single Detail That Changed My Mind About Alex Katz
A little detail in an artwork can reveal that sometimes what is right on the surface can change our understanding of the whole.
Artists Stage Mahsa Amini Protest at New York’s Guggenheim Museum
An anonymous group of Iranian artists dropped 12 banners with the words “Woman, Life, Freedom” and portraits of Amini.
Cecilia Vicuña’s Charismatic Vulnerability
Combining elements of Surrealism, Symbolism, and portraiture, Vicuña’s paintings are parables of personal and political awakening.
Guggenheim Museum Director Richard Armstrong to Step Down
Armstrong, a controversial figure at the institution, held the position for over 14 years.
The Guggenheim Museum Finally Drops the Sackler Name
London’s National Gallery has announced it will also remove the disgraced family’s name from its halls.
US Institutions Received Millions From Russian Oligarchs
The Guggenheim Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Modern Art are among the many that have benefited from Kremlin-backed wealth.
Calling For “No-Fly Zone” Over Ukraine, Artists Launch Hundreds of Paper Planes at Guggenheim Museum
“Protect the sky over Ukraine,” read the flyers-turned-planes, created by a group of New York-based artists and activists.
Russian Oligarch Steps Down as Guggenheim Trustee as Outrage Grows Over Ukraine Invasion
Institutions including the Tate in London are facing mounting pressure to cut ties with Kremlin associates.
Jennie C. Jones and the Music of Chance
Jones’s playful asymmetry doesn’t seek so much to declare what order should look like as it is simply engaged in ongoing negotiations around balance and presence.
The problem with many of Kandinsky’s abstractions is that they don’t offer enough immediate visual information to “crack” his expressive code for color and form.