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Two connected works by artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, presented by the Public Art Fund and the Guggenheim, bring attention to the history of the gay experience.
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How can we understand Robert Mapplethorpe's work in relation to the era of sexual liberation when it was produced?
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Nancy Spector, the Guggenheim's Artistic Director and Jennifer and David Stockman Chief Curator, shares thoughts about the museum's latest exhibition.
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Artist Simone Leigh shares her thoughts about the audio installation she created for her exhibition at the Guggenheim.
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A redesign of the Guggenheim's membership and admissions materials offers a fresh way to look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic architecture.
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The exhibition Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future will close on April 23. We took this final opportunity to share our visitors’ questions about the exhibition with its curators, Tracey Bashkoff and David Horowitz.
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Implicit Tensions: Robert Mapplethorpe Now presents selections of the artist’s work thirty years after his death.
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The most popular works of art in the Guggenheim's Collection Online this year included a monumental sculpture and more than one iconic painting.
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Invitations and posters for exhibitions of work by Antoni Tàpies bear his energetic brushwork and Catalan imagery.
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An interactive web artwork created in the early days of the internet gets a much-needed restoration.

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