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Exhibitions at Guggenheim New York

Guggenheim New YorkUS

Guggenheim New York
1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street
NY 10128 New York

+1-212-4233500


www.guggenheim.org

Fri, Sun-Wed 10-17:45 . Sat 10-19:45

Josef Albers in Latin America

photographs and photo collages of archeological sites and monuments in Mexico and Peru.

3 Nov 2017 – 18 Feb 2018

Guggenheim New YorkUS

Guggenheim New York
1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street
NY 10128 New York

+1-212-4233500


www.guggenheim.org

Fri, Sun-Wed 10-17:45 . Sat 10-19:45

Rineke Dijkstra

A Retrospective

A Retrospective

29 Jun – 3 Oct 2012
This comprehensive mid-career survey features over 70 color photographs and five video installations by the Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra. Rineke Dijkstra is organized by the
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum29 June - 3 October 2012
and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.18 February - 28 May 2012In works of classical simplicity and remarkable psychological depth, Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra presents a contemporary take on the genre of portraiture. Whether adolescents, soldiers, or new mothers, D… more

Guggenheim New YorkUS

Guggenheim New York
1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street
NY 10128 New York

+1-212-4233500


www.guggenheim.org

Fri, Sun-Wed 10-17:45 . Sat 10-19:45

Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918–1945

Wilhelm Angerer

Atelier Manassé (Olga Spolarics + Adorján von Wlassics)

Ellen Auerbach

Karol Aufricht

Theo Ballmer

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Rudolf Balogh

Josef Bartuska

Herbert Bayer

Wladyslaw Bednarczuk

Hans Bellmer

Ernö Berda

Ladislav E. Berka

Eva Besnyö

Marianne Brandt

Janusz Maria Brzeski

Janusz Maria Brzeski

Jan Bulhak

Max Burchartz

Frantisek Cermak

Mieczyslaw Choynowski

Paul Citroen

Erich Comeriner

Dohnany

František Drtikol

Josef Ehm

El Lissitzky

Max Ernst

Károly Escher

Trude Fleischmann

Franciszka & Stefan Themerson

Jaromir Funke

Lotte Goldstern-Fuchs

Werner Graeff

Hannah Höch

Karel Hájek

Miroslav Hak

Edward Hartwig

Heinrich Hauser

John Heartfield

Jindrich Heisler

Karol Hiller

Vladimir Hnizdo

Lotte Jacobi

Jerzy Janisch

Arthur Köster

László Kaldor

Kata Kálmán

Karel Kasparik

André Kertész

Imre Kinszki

Rudolf Koppitz

Rudolf Kramer

Jiri Kroha

Aleksander Krzywoblocki

Jan Lauschmann

Kazimierz Lelewicz

Helmar Lerski

Rudolf Lutz

Jindrich Marco

Evzen Markalous

Ernö Mihalyfi

Lucia Moholy

László Moholy-Nagy

Martin Munkácsi

Ada Novak

Karel Paspa

József Pécsi

Walter Peterhans

Karel Plicka

Kazimierz Podsadecki

Frantisek Povolny

Sergej Protopopov

Lothar Rübelt

Albert Renger-Patzsch

Ringl + Pit (Grete Stern + Ellen Auerbach)

Franz Roh

Werner Rohde

Witold Romer

Witold Romer

Hajo (Hans-Jochim) Rose

Jaroslav Rössler

Zdenek Rossmann

Willi Ruge

Erich Salomon

August Sander

Margit Sielska

Grete Stern

Sasha Stone

Wladyslaw Strzeminski

Jindrich Styrsky

Josef Sudek

Ladislav Sutnar

Mieczyslaw Szczuka

Karel Teige

Else Thaleman

Stefan Themerson

Edith Tudor Hart (Suschitzky)

UMBO (Otto Umbehr)

Ernö Vadas

Lajos Vajda

Roman Vishniac

Frantisek Vobecky

Siegfried Weyr

Mario Wiberal

Antoni Wieczorek

Eugen Wiskovsky

Eugen Wiskovsky

Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy)

Paul Wolff

Yva (Elsa Neuländer-Simon)

Václav Zykmund

12 Oct 2007 – 13 Jan 2008

Guggenheim New YorkUS

Moving Pictures

from The Guggenheim Collection

28 Jun 2002 – 12 Jan 2003
During the late 1960s and 1970s, a paradigm shift occurred within visual culture: photography and the moving image were absorbed into critical art practices. In particular, these mediums were used to record ephemeral or performative events and to render visible conceptual systems or to question the supposed objectivity of representation itself. Moving Pictures focuses primarily on artworks from the last decade and proposes that the extensive use of reproducible mediums in today's art has its ro… more