Tag Archives: Guggenheim


News
The Resnick Pavilion at LACMA, which offers one of the largest column-free exhibition spaces in America. 


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Morning Links: Column-Free Edition

The latest museum trend: column-free spaces. [The Art Newspaper] A profile on Joanne Heyler, the director of philanthropist Eli Broad’s new Broad Museum, opening in Los Angeles this September. Heyler had run the Broad Art Foundation for twenty years prior … Read More


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You Down With YCC? Meh, Not So Much: Young Collectors Council Parties at Guggenheim

Last Thursday, self-described “dynamic” young professionals elbowed one another to get to a bar made entirely of ice at the Guggenheim’s Young Collectors Party. Last year, I was told, there were two bars. The young woman next to me set … Read More


Artists
A SketchUp drawing for the series by Paul Chan.ALL IMAGES COURTESY BADLANDS UNLIMITED

Here’s a Preview of Lilith Wes’s Erotic Novella ‘We Love Lucy,’ Out in March on Badlands Unlimited [NSFW]

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Badlands Unlimited has been kind enough to share an excerpt of Lilith Wes’s forthcoming novella, We Love Lucy, which they are releasing next month as part of “New Lovers,” a new series “devoted to publishing new works … Read More


News The Talent
International Center of Photography on Sixth Avenue at 43rd Street, New York City.


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ICP Announces Chief Curator Brian Wallis Is Stepping Down

The International Center of Photography has announced that Brian Wallis, deputy director of exhibitions and collections and chief curator since 1999, will be stepping down at the end of February. Wallis has led ICP’s department of Exhibitions and Collections since joining the … Read More


News Retrospective
Wassily Kandinsky's paintings as they appeared in an exhibition of "non-objective" art in 1943. COURTESY GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM.

Retrospective: When Elaine de Kooning Painted JFK

And other excerpts from our coverage 100, 75, 50, and 25 years ago Read More


Trends
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How Artists Are Using Music to Seduce, Confound (and Entertain) Us

From primordial incantations to operatic melodrama to hip-hop beats, artists are exploiting the elemental language of music to communicate across cultural boundaries Read More


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12 Trends Defining This Season’s Art-Museum Shows

Where to find the major retrospectives, provocative theme shows, and dazzling art-selfie destinations of the spring 2014 season Read More


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Chatting With MacArthur Winner Carrie Mae Weems

The artist, activist, and educator on winning the “genius grant,” bringing color to the Guggenheim, and changing the world one flower at a time Read More


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Awol Erizku, Lady with a Pitbull, 2009.

Old Masters of Our Domain

Contemporary artists rock art-history classics to pay homage, show off, have fun, and comment on issues like race and class Read More


Reviews
Maurizio Cattelan,  All, 2011–12,  installation view.

Where Hitler Meets JFK

Maurizio Cattelan at the Guggenheim Read More


News
Performers wearing costumes crocheted by the artist Olek wordlessly interact with crowds at a mini "Bushwick Art Park" installed on the Bowery as part of the New Museum's Festival of Ideas.  MAGGIE LEE

It’s Not Just a Museum, It’s a Think Tank

Art museums are recruiting experts from outside the art world to address problems in the real world. Read More


Features
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The Feminist Evolution

Museums are exhibiting an increased sensitivity to collecting and presenting works by women— through new acquisitions, solo shows, and a stronger focus on artists who were previously neglected. But true gender equality, critics maintain, remains elusive. Read More


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Bilbao Treatment for Baku?

Thomas Krens has plans for Azerbaijan. Read More


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Building a Greater Hermitage

Director Mikhail Piotrovsky says the museum’s biggest projects were born in times of crisis—which explains why he is now supervising an expansion, a reinstallation, and several new international venues. Read More