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How a Sculpture by Felix Gonzalez-Torres Traveled around New York

2017-09-01T12:03:19+00:00

Curator Nat Trotman talks about how a Felix Gonzalez-Torres sculpture made from individually-wrapped licorice candy was installed in a church, a pet store, a high school, a TV studio, and a research institute. Powered by WPeMatico

How a Sculpture by Felix Gonzalez-Torres Traveled around New York 2017-09-01T12:03:19+00:00

From Radical to Radial: Perspectives on the Festival of Arts, Shiraz-Persepolis

2017-06-30T12:06:05+00:00

Recalling the “utopian stage” of the Festival of Arts, Shiraz-Persepolis (1967–77), Vali Mahlouji outlines a pluralistic event that advanced “Third World-ism” as a postcolonial model and subverted the binary relationship of modernism and traditionalism. Powered by WPeMatico

From Radical to Radial: Perspectives on the Festival of Arts, Shiraz-Persepolis 2017-06-30T12:06:05+00:00

Colorful Ephemera and an Early Portrait of Sonia Delaunay

2017-06-30T12:06:03+00:00

A striking portrait of artist Sonia Delaunay is just one of the treasures found in her Artist's File in the Guggenheim's archives. Powered by WPeMatico

Colorful Ephemera and an Early Portrait of Sonia Delaunay 2017-06-30T12:06:03+00:00