At this free online summit, hear from architects Tadao Ando and Lesley Lokko; artist Himali Singh Soin; author Amitav Ghosh; design studio Formafantasma; and more.
Carlos Martiel Performs Live in the Guggenheim’s Rotunda
The artist will perform “Monumento II,” a site-specific installation about invisible power structures, during extended museum hours on the evening of November 10.
The Guggenheim and The World Around Present an Online Program Focused on Land
Hear from Holly Jean Buck, Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, Simon Denny, Elizabeth Hoover, Renee Kemp-Rotan, Joseph Kunkel, and more at this free public event.
Amid Controversy, Nancy Spector Steps Down From the Guggenheim Museum
News of her resignation was accompanied by a report by the museum investigating accusations of racism made by curator Chaédria LaBouvier.
Maurizio Cattelan’s Notorious Banana Sculpture Donated to Guggenheim Museum
The controversial sculpture has been donated anonymously to the New York institution.
Guggenheim Furloughs 92 Employees, Announcing $10M Shortfall
“We’re not surprised, but also not giving up,” says the Guggenheim Union.
An Evening With Pia Camil at the Guggenheim on November 8
Pia Camil joins Pablo León de la Barra for a discussion of her practice, followed by a celebration that includes a communal activation of her new work Here Comes the Sun (2019).
Artist and Architecture Programs at the Guggenheim
This month, hear directly from architects and contemporary artists during programs that celebrate the Frank Lloyd Wright building anniversary and engage with exhibitions on view.
Summer of Know, an Evening Conversation Series at the Guggenheim
On select Tuesdays this summer, the series will host artists and practitioners in dialogue about urgent issues such as climate change and environmental justice, Asian American subjectivity in pop culture, and housing rights.
Guggenheim Workers Are Looking to Unionize as Wages Stagnate and Demands Increase
Around 90 workers are organizing for better wages and benefits. “It’s about transparency,” one worker said. “We have no autonomy.”
Guggenheim Museum “Does Not Plan to Accept Any Gifts” from the Sackler Family
The announcement follows a similar decision by Tate, announced yesterday, that the institution will no longer accept funds from the Sacklers, owners of Purdue Pharma.
Can an Outsider Artist Win His $100 Million Lawsuit Against NYC’s Five Major Museums? [UPDATED]
On Monday, artist Robert Cenedella’s lawyers appeared before a Manhattan judge to argue that a conspiracy exists between New York’s top museums and galleries to celebrate the Warhols of the world at the expense of the “Anti-Warhols.” [UPDATE: Cenedella’s case has been dismissed by a judge for insufficient evidence, though a representative for the artist says he is in discussions to refile his claim.]