Monday 20 May 2013 -
A museum like a jewel-box.
Founded by collector Solomon R. Guggenheim, the Guggenheim Museum was originally named "The Museum of non-objective painting". Since 1959, the museum's extensive and fine collections have been located in a large building designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Designed in the shape of a helix, the museum invites each visitor to explore the collections in an uninterrupted fashion, without spatial boundaries, for a continuous presentation of the works.
Visitors can admire works by Picasso, Miró and Kandinsky at the Guggenheim in New York. You will find yourself caught up as if by magic in this spiral of art.
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