10. The Museum’s Spacious Rotunda Allows for Some of the Largest Installations in History

I Want to Believe, Cai Guo-Qiang, on display February 22 – May 28, 2008

Thought it may not seem like it, the Guggenheim Museum, by virtue of its wide-angle rotunda, houses one of the largest exhibition spaces for art in the city. Many artists have come to use the open air to their advantage, creating some truly spectacular works that not even the MoMA or the Met could hope to rival.

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