The 5 best Guggenheim publications

 
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12 Jan

2012

Guggenheim, modern and contemporary international art museum located in Manhattan, New York has recently made available online the publications they have been producing for the numerous shows and exhibitions that have been happening there.

Browse through the collection going as far back as 1937 and let you be transport through times. Here below are our top 5 most visually appealing with a direct link to the actual publication. Do you agree with out choice?

Six painters and the object 1. SIX PAINTERS AND THE OBJECT

Lawrence Alloway
Published in 1963
28 pages, fully illustrated
Softcover

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Paul Klee 1879 - 1940 : a retrospective exhibition2. ALEXANDER CALDER: A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION

Thomas M. Messer
Published in 1964
92 pages, fully illustrated
Softcover

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Paul Klee 1879-1940 : a retrospective exhibition3. PAUL KLEE 1879-1940: A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION

Contributions by Will Grohmann, Felix Klee, and Thomas M. Messer
Published in 1967
148 pages, fully illustrated
Softcover

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ART OF THE AVANT-GARDE IN RUSSIA: SELECTIONS FROM THE GEORGE COSTAKIS COLLECTION4. ART OF THE AVANT-GARDE IN RUSSIA: SELECTIONS FROM THE GEORGE COSTAKIS COLLECTION

Contributions by Margit Rowell and Angelica Zander Rudenstine
Published in 1981
320 pages, fully illustrated
Softcover

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ART OF TOMORROW : FIFTH CATALOGUE OF THE SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION OF NON-OBJECTIVE PAINTINGS (1939)5. ART OF TOMORROW : FIFTH CATALOGUE OF THE SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION OF NON-OBJECTIVE PAINTINGS (1939)

Hilla Rebay
Published in 1939
184 pages, fully illustrated
Softcover

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Author: Pierrick Senelaer

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