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First, when you arrive in front of the building, you just admire the architecture of the place. Then, you enjoy the pieces of arts that are exhibited whil appreciating the architecture of the building. Just loved my visit there
A must see exhibition in New York the incredible Swedish painter Hilma Af klint
First time in the USA A MUST SEE
Before Kandinsky she was a precursor her talent her intelligence and her interest in paranormal makes it unique
Very good museum, but pricey for what it offers.
I live in London and many museums are free, so I guess I’m used to having access to awesome Art for nothing.
The building’s architecture is stunning though and I got lucky to see a light...More
Visited for the first time with two of my frienda and we were completly in awe. The building by itself is a masterpiece and the Hilma af Klint exhibition is a must see visit even if you don't know anything about this incredible artist. The...More
If you are going to spend good money on a NYC museum, choose the Met or The Frick, or just about any other museum venue than the Guggenheim. You will get WAY MORE for your hard earned dollar. Luckily we had "free" coupons that allowed...More
Definitely a bucket list item. Gotta see it. But check out the exhibit going on, we were not excited about the artist being exhibited at the time, and the entire circular walk was devoted to him.
We also weren't totally fascinated by the modern asian...More
We've been to the Guggenheim a couple of times and it is truly an amazing example of FLW architecture. The building is spectacular inside and out. It is even more impressive when you have a chance to view the photo exhibit showing the construction process....More
Eighty years after her desire to have her "Paintings for the Future" exhibited in a "circular building...with a spiral staircase", Hilma af Klint's wish has become a reality in a way perhaps not forseen by her mystical spiritual guides. Her "bold, unprecedented abstract paintings from...More
The art changes so do check what is on before you go if you want something particular.
However, the building remains and is a stunning piece of architecture. The corkscrew style is mesmerising and the balance between each floor is truly delightful.
I’m not going...More
Combining quiet residential neighborhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighborhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.
Response from Solomon R Gugge... M | Property representative |
Hi Cameron, the museum ramps will be open through September 12. After that, the ramps will be closed until October 12 so we can prepare for the upcoming exhibitions “Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future” and “R. H... More
Hi Cameron, the museum ramps will be open through September 12. After that, the ramps will be closed until October 12 so we can prepare for the upcoming exhibitions “Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future” and “R. H. Quaytman: + x, Chapter 34." Admission will be reduced 9/14-10/10 (we're closed on Thursdays), and “One Hand Clapping” and our permanent collection will remain on view in the Tower galleries. (More information about what's on view on our website.) Whenever you make it here, we hope you enjoy your visit!