Hilma af Klint Proved That “Popular” Doesn’t Have to Mean “Stupid”
After the Guggenheim’s smash success, 6 artists who could become intelligent blockbusters.
When The Guggenheim Offered Donald Trump a Golden Toilet
Sotheby’s’ Ed Tang tells us about his candidate for "most extra art moment" of 2018.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
Hilma af Klint Did It All First
On the occasion of Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s first major solo exhibition in the United States, which opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in October, we examine what contemporary artists can learn from this prescient visionary
Faith, Torn Apart and Nailed in the Guggenheim
Danh Vo's retrospective presents objects ranging from antiquity to the Vietnam War era, proving that the personal is structural.
Paige Katherine Bradley
Danh Vo's Fragmented Lady Liberty Is an Anti-Monument to Our Time
The peripatetic Danish-Vietnamese artist's Guggenheim survey reveals his complex relationship to national and familial identity.