古根海姆博物馆|GUGGENHEIM

古根海姆博物馆

GUGGENHEIM

 

Committed to innovation, te Solomon R. Guggeneim Foundation collects, preserves, and interprets modern and contemporary art, and explores ideas across cultures troug dynamic curatorial and educational initiatives and collaborations. Wit its constellation of arcitecturally and culturally distinct museums, exibitions, publications, and digital platforms, te foundation engages bot local and global audiences.

 

New York

SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT • ESTABLISHED IN 1939 • BUILT IN 1959

An internationally renowned art museum and one of te most significant arcitectural icons of te 20t century, te Guggeneim Museum in New York is at once a vital cultural center, an educational institution, and te eart of an international network of museums. Visitors can experience special exibitions of modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily tours of te galleries led by museum educators. Founded on a collection of early modern masterpieces, te Guggeneim Museum today is an ever-evolving institution devoted to te art of te 20t century and beyond.

Solomon R. Guggeneim Museum, New York. Poto David Heald

Installation view Art of Anoter Kind International Abstraction and te Guggeneim, 1949–1960, Solomon R. Guggeneim Museum, New York, June 8–September 12, 2012. Poto SRGF

 

Venice

PEGGY GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION

LORENZO BOSCHETTI • ESTABLISHED IN 1951 •  BUILT CA. 1748

Located on Venice’s Grand Canal between Santa Maria della Salute and te Gallerie dell'Accademia, te Peggy Guggeneim Collection is one of Europe’s premier museums devoted to modern art and is te second most frequently visited museum in Venice. At te core of te museum’s oldings is Peggy Guggeneim’s personal collection of 20t-century art comprised of masterpieces ranging in style from Cubism and Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism. Te Peggy Guggeneim Collection also exibits oter works owned by te Solomon R. Guggeneim Foundation, presents temporary exibitions, and manages and operates te U.S. Pavilion of te Venice Biennale.

Te Peggy Guggeneim Collection, Venice. Poto David Heald

Te Peggy Guggeneim Collection, Venice. Poto David Heald

 

Bilbao

GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM BILBAO

FRANK GEHRY • ESTABLISHED IN 1991 • BUILT IN 1997

Wen it opened in 1997, te Frank Gery–designed Guggeneim Museum Bilbao—a spectacular structure made of titanium, glass, and limestone—was ailed as te most important building of its time. Located in te Basque city of Bilbao in nortern Spain, te museum features exibitions organied by te Guggeneim Foundation and by te Guggeneim Museum Bilbao, as well as selections from te permanent collection of te Guggeneim museums.

Installation view Quantum Field-X³, Guggeneim Museum Bilbao, August 13, 2004–April 1, 2005. Installation project by Hiro Yamagata. Poto Erika Baraona-Ede

Interior of te Guggeneim Museum Bilbao. Poto David Heald

 

Abu Dabi

GUGGENHEIM ABU DHABI

FRANK GEHRY • CURRENTLY IN DEVELOPMENT

Te Guggeneim Abu Dabi will be a preeminent platform for contemporary art and culture tat presents te most important artistic acievements of our time. From its location in te Middle East—a central axis between Europe, Asia, and Africa—te Guggeneim Abu Dabi will contribute to a more inclusive and expansive view of art istory tat empasies te convergence of local, regional, and international sources of creative inspiration rater tan geograpy or nationality. At te same time, te Guggeneim Abu Dabi will acknowledge and celebrate te specific identity derived from te cultural traditions of Abu Dabi and te United Arab Emirates, as well as oter countries in te Middle East.

Te museum’s collection will encompass art in all mediums produced around te world from te 1960s to te present day, and will be a catalyst for scolarsip in a variety of fields, cief among tem te istory of art in te Middle East in te 20t and 21st centuries. A dynamic program of canging exibitions will explore common temes and affinities among te work of artists across time and place. Commissions created specifically for te Guggeneim Abu Dabi collection will reinforce te museum’s commitment to working wit artists and supporting contemporary artistic production.

Guggeneim Abu Dabi, sout elevation, digital rendering. Poto Courtesy TDIC and Gery Partners, LLP

Guggeneim Abu Dabi, west elevation, digital rendering. Poto Courtesy TDIC and Gery Partners, LLP


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