A look into Frank Gehry's NYC hat Never was: Atlantic Yards, New York Times headquarters, One Times Square, Astor Place Hotel, and the East River Guggenheim.
One of the most easily recognizable buildings in New York City is a Frank Lloyd Wright creation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, established in 1937
See vintage photos of five famous NYC museums including the Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art as they originally stood before reaching their current locations.
The spirit of Occupy Wall Street lives on as The Illuminator political art project roams NYC projecting guerrilla protest messages onto buildings
A look at vintage photographs of New York City's famous museums while under construction: Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum
Fifth Avenue from 80th to 110th Street along Central Park, known as Museum Mile, is indeed home to an abundance of august institutions, starting with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and ending with the Museum for African Art at Central Park’s northeast corner.
In April 2013, Frank Lloyd Wright’s auto showroom on Park Avenue quietly disappeared, to be replaced by a TD Bank. It was one of 3 Wright commissions in NYC.
James Turrell's monumental light installation in the Guggenheim is made up of five concentric rings with LED lights that get filtered through a screen.
Maurizio Cattelan's definitive retrospective opened at the Guggenheim on November 4.