Portals to the otherworldly, Lawson’s grand-scale photographs reveal the divine in the secular.
Christian Nyampeta Transforms the Guggenheim Into a Anti-Colonial Night School
Though exceptionally accessible, Nyampeta’s exhibition occasionally strikes as too safe, particularly given the context of its installation.
Off the Record Confronts Our Understanding of Objectivity
A forceful rejection of neutrality, the Guggenheim exhibition unearths the deeply biased natures of media and government systems.
Guggenheim Signs Contract With Union After a Year of Tense Negotiations
The three-year collective bargaining agreement represents the museum’s art handlers and facilities staff: 22 full-time employees and 145 on-call staff.
Guggenheim Names Naomi Beckwith as Deputy Director and Chief Curator
Beckwith will be the first Black woman to assume in the role at the New York City museum.
A Short Film Captures the Guggenheim Union Protest on Museum Opening Day
Hyperallergic has an exclusive video produced by the Guggenheim Union about its rally at the museum’s reopening.
Guggenheim Union Greets Museum Members at Reopening With Protest
Upon their first return to the museum after its six-month closure, Guggenheim members were welcomed by a digital screen reading pro-union messages.
“Open for Exploitation”: Artists Project Messages on Guggenheim Museum Ahead of Reopening
The artist-activist groups Artists for Workers and the Illuminator organized the projections in solidarity with the Guggenheim’s unionized workers and workers of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
Guggenheim Museum Lays Off 24 Workers, Citing Ongoing Losses
“We have leaned into all the options we have available to us, including decreasing operating expenses, hiring freezes, analyzing business needs and departmental priorities, and reducing leadership salaries,” said Director Richard Armstrong in a letter to staff today.
Guggenheim Employees Call for Removal of Three Top Executives
In a letter sent today, the group A Better Guggenheim lists allegations of sexism, racism, classism, and abuse against Richard Armstrong, Elizabeth Duggal, and Nancy Spector.
Guggenheim Museum “On-Call” Employees Demand to Be Paid for Scheduled Work
Freelance workers are asking to be paid for work scheduled prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Guggenheim Workers Ask Trustees for Help Amid Union Negotiations
Recently unionized workers urge the Guggenheim’s trustees to wield their influence on the museum’s “reluctant” management.