The Guggenheim Museum Celebrates its 60th Anniversary


On October 21, 1959, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in New York opened its doors to the public as one of the masterpieces by the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his only work in New York City. The Museum is recognized among the most important modern art museums in the world.

To celebrate its 60th Anniversary, the Museum has extended its opening hours starting January and throughout 2019. The Museum also has planned special events, exhibits and appointments open to the public that intended to guide the audience through the discovery of the Museum's History and Heritage from those first opening years to today.


Scheduled Exhibits: 

Amongst the Exhibits marked on the Museum Calendar, we want to point out the retrospective of the abstractionist painter Hilma af Klint, the exhibition dedicated to the 2018 Hugo Boss Prize Winner -- Simone Leigh, and then in-focus exhibit on Robert Mapplethorpe and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
On our "New York Guide", you can find more detailed information on the Museum: New Schedule - Exhibitions - Events and Admission Tickets.
Among this year novelties and festivities, there will also be changes to the Menus of the Wright Restaurant and Cafe 3 ... Some of the favorite dishes from the Museum's founders will be added to both Menus. Plus, there will be plenty in-depth articles published on several publications including online blogs and magazines by experts of Architecture. For any article, photo, video, the hashtag to use will be: #Guggenheim60.