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12 Must-See Art Museum Exhibitions in 2018
Mark your calendars now for these major shows all over the world.
Trump Wanted Art So This Museum Offered Him a Gold Toilet
The Guggenheim couldn't lend the White House a Van Gogh, but it was more than willing to hand over Maurizio Cattelan's "America."
Trump asked the Guggenheim for a Van Gogh—and it offered him a gold toilet
Will Trump accept the offer? The post Trump asked the Guggenheim for a Van Gogh—and it offered him a gold toilet appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Museum masterfully trolls Trump's request to borrow a Van Gogh
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Stuart Varney Goes Bonkers Over The Golden Toilet
Fox Business' Stuart Varney was furious that when Trump asked for a Van Gogh painting to hang in the White House, The Guggenheim Museum offered a solid gold toilet instead. When there's any perceived
MAGA Chuds Try to Take Down the Guggenheim on Facebook and Yelp Over a Golden Toilet
If you haven’t been paying attention for the last 81 years of Western cultural history, New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is one of the biggest, most popular, and respected art museums in the
The 51 Artists, Curators, Directors and Dealers Changing the Art World in 2018
Read, enjoy, and by all means, heartily disagree with the choices we’ve made. If there wasn’t debate, it wouldn’t be be art, would it?
The Guggenheim’s Giacometti Show May Surprise You, If You Know Where to Look
And this opportunity only comes around about once every 15 years.
Hilma af Klint and 4 Other Pioneering Female Artists Who Were Overshadowed by Their Male Peers
Four others artists like the Swedish painter Hilma af Klint: creative women long overshadowed by the men around them.
Sculptor Simone Leigh Becomes 12th Artist to Win Guggenheim’s Hugo Boss Prize
Black excellence has been awarded again. On Thursday, the Guggenheim Museum awarded its coveted Hugo Boss Prize to Brooklyn, N.Y.-based artist Simone Leigh.Read more...
50 Years On, the Art That Defined 1969 Is More Relevant Than Ever
Iconic 1969 artworks by Sol LeWitt, Romare Bearden, Dan Flavin and others provide insight, 50 years later, on our equally volatile age.
Nan Goldin Leads a Protest at the Guggenheim Against the Sackler Family
Masha Gessen writes on a protest, led by the photographer Nan Goldin, at the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum, against the institutions’ acceptance of donations from the Sackler family, which
How can digital art created on obsolete platforms be preserved?
As the lines between art and technology continue to blur, digital art experiences become more commonplace. But these developments are raising an important question for art conservationists: How should
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The Universe According to Hilma af Klint
In January 1906, Hilma af Klint was offered an unusual commission. For years, the Swedish artist had been meeting with four female friends to pray, meditate, and hold séances, in which they attempted
The 10 Must-See Art Exhibitions of Spring 2019
From a tribute to Stonewall at the Brooklyn Museum to the Whitney's next big biennial, here are the most anticipated exhibitions of spring 2019.
30 Cultural Cops From the World’s Best Online Museum Stores
It’s no secret that the best part of any museum is the gift shop. And though much of the best physical museum store shopping is reserved for those who reside in big cities, some of the best-known
Sackler Family Forced to Halt Donations After 3 Museums Rejected Its Opioid Money
The Guggenheim and two London museums said they would no longer accept Sackler gifts.
Arts Power 50: The Changemakers Shaping the Art World in 2019
The 50 individuals working to strengthen the impact, reach, social responsibility or financial stability of the arts industry in 2019.
Eight Frank Lloyd Wright Works Added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List
In a serial nomination, inscribed as “The 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright,” eight major works of the beloved architect join UNESCO’s World Heritage List. This is the first recognition
Drug Company That Makes OxyContin Files For Bankruptcy to Stop Lawsuits Over Opioid Crisis
Purdue Pharma, the drug company that makes the controversial pain medication OxyContin, filed for bankruptcy protection late Sunday night. The bankruptcy filing will temporarily halt thousands of