The exhibit highlights 'a formative chapter in the artist’s career through the lens of his identity and the role of cultural activism in New York City during the early 1980s.'
The Guggenheim asked contemporary artists Cai Guo-Qiang, Paul Chan, Jenny Holzer, Julie Mehretu, Richard Prince, and Carrie Mae Weems to curate the exhibition.
The museum is part of a growing group of cultural institutions distancing themselves from the family, which has been linked to the opioid crisis.
So far 600,000 have visited, and they just extended the show.
Two residents are suing the Department of Buildings over development they say will compromise landmarked buildings.
Nan Goldin and her activist group, P.A.I.N. Sackler, are calling museums to sever ties with the pharmaceutical family that's had a hand in developing OxyContin.
The Guggenheim Museum has pulled several controversial works from an upcoming survey of Chinese contemporary art, surrendering to an onslaught of protests and alleged threats stemming from the pieces' treatment of animals.
A look at Frank Lloyd Wright's existing and demolished New York structures, as well as his plan to transform the East Village that never came to be.
It's one thing for a few individuals to get kicked out of a place because of some childish shenanigans—it's another thing for an ENTIRE high school to be banned for life.
"It's been five years of inaction on the museum's part. Five years and nothing concrete has been done, except for the tarnishing of the museum's reputation."
The best museums in the world are right here in NYC, and there are about a million of them. Here are our favorites.
A group of protestors showered visitors of the Guggenheim Museum with literature designed to raise awareness of what they claim is the museum's use of indentured servants to build a satellite structure in Abu Dhabi.
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