Peggy Guggenheim, the birthplace of the Guggenheim Gallery on Venice's South Island, has collections ranging from Picasso to Kandinsky, from Dali to Roscoe, from Block to Dominica. Such modern and contemporary treasures should be hidden here quietly for a long time. Knowing Guggenheim should start here. It's worth a day...
Every time I go to the Guggenheim Museum, I marvel at Frank Lloyd Wright's last completed design. It took 16 years to build a "new design" Museum from 1943 to 1959. Wright, 91, visited the pavilion in January of the same year and died a few months later. This is a building without right angles (even the elevator is semi-circular), spiraling upward on a 3-degree slope. The Guggenheim Museum was nominated as a World Heritage Site by the United States as one of his ten designs. （
Located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City, Solomon & R&183; Guggenheim Art Museum was founded in 1937 as a famous modern gallery on Manhattan's 5th Avenue, also known as Museum Avenue, Guggenheim is one of the shining stars outside Frank Lloyd Wright's modern style buildings. Visitors can walk up the dome at their own pace to see the collection of paintings, including Chagall, Kandinsky, Picasso and van Gogh. The masterpieces of famous artists are the most exquisite works of 20th century art in the world.
Guggenheim's theme exhibition today is Painting for the future. The female artist Hilma AF Klint (1862-1944) is a Swedish artist and mysticist. She avoids seclusion and can perceive higher consciousness in her creation. Her works are also full of strange beauty. Her paintings were the earliest abstract works of art, even earlier than Kandinsky's. According to her will, the work will not be made public until 20 years after her death. She also predicted that her exhibition will be displayed in a large swing space.
Through the winter rain in New York, we arrived at the Guggenheim Museum in the northwest of New York. The Guggenheim Museum in New York, known as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, is the headquarters of the Guggenheim Gallery Group. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the most famous American architect of the 20th century, the building is situated on the corner of a street in New York City. It is quite different from any other building. It looks like a teacup or a huge white spring, probably because of the spiral structure. Like conch.