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For the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum‘s 50th anniversary, former director Thomas Krens spoke with SundayArts. Wright’s design of the Guggenheim stands out as one of the most iconic buildings of the 20th century, and his signature style continues to be celebrated today. Krens discusses Wright’s influence, as well as his unrealized projects, such as city [...]

There’s a lot happening on Museum Mile these days. Among many highlights, the Met just opened their new American Wing, with a cascade of period rooms and galleries of decorative and functional objects orbiting around the huge Charles Engelhard Court, an atrium showcasing sculpture and stained glass. And up the street, the Guggenheim is celebrating [...]

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