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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF GUGGENHEIM
56.3% of guggenheim's followers are female and 43.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.40%. The average number of likes per post is 9693 and the average number of comments is 63.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR GUGGENHEIM
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF GUGGENHEIM
- Art & Design 63.89 %
- Beauty & Fashion 60.03 %
- Photography 49.12 %
- Travel & Tourism 43.59 %
- Business & Careers 41.72 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 41.66 %
- Books and Literature 39.59 %
- Home & Garden 39.27 %
- Fitness & Yoga 36.11 %
- Entertainment 35.56 %
- Luxury Goods 34.89 %
#WorkoftheWeek: Richard Serra studied in Italy between 1965 and 1966, where he encountered Arte Povera, a movement that encouraged radical experimentation with nontraditional materials. After returning to the United States, Serra began using malleable mediums like rubber and lead to produce installations that possess traces of their own making. For “Tearing Lead from 1:00 to 1:47” (1968), Serra devised a title that emphasizes process over product, referencing both the sculptural technique used and the timeframe of creation. __ This work, on view in #ArtisticLicense, is being exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in New York for the first time. Plan your visit at guggenheim.org/artisticlicense. © 2019 Richard Serra / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Photo: Scott Rudd #Guggenheim #RichardSerra #GuggenheimCollection
“I'm endlessly fascinated with Guggenheim. These exterior and interior photographs were taken between 2013 and 2018.”—Gugg visitor Arunas #FrankLloydWrightFridays — 2019 is the 60th anniversary of our #FrankLloydWright-designed building. Learn more about special activities and events at guggenheim.org/60. #Guggenheim #Architecture #NewYorkCity
#WorkoftheWeek: Jean-Michel Basquiat famously said about Michael Stewart’s death at the hands of New York City Transit Police, “It could have been me.” The tragedy brought to the surface his own conflicted status as a black artist in a city roiled by racial tensions and a predominantly white art world that in the early 1980s was largely unengaged with the social and economic inequities of New York City. __ “Self Portrait” (1983) is being publicly exhibited for the first time ever in “Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: The Untold Story” through November 6. #BasquiatDefacement © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York #Basquiat #Guggenheim
#ArtistInterventions: In 2010, Joan Jonas created a special performance for the museum's rotunda for the exhibition “Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance,” reprising elements from one of her very first works. The original “Mirror Piece I” featured a group of performers who carried oblong mirrors and manipulated them in slow, choreographed movements before the audience. Although it was staged several times in 1969, no script or recordings were produced; thus Jonas developed “Mirror Piece I (Reconfigured)” (1969/2010) using the few surviving photographs and her memories of the original, introducing improvised passages, readings, and three songs. __ Since opening in 1959, our Frank Lloyd Wright-designed museum has served as inspiration for invention, challenging artists and architects to react to its eccentric, organic design. Follow #Guggenheim60 to discover more artist interventions during our 60th anniversary year! Photos: Enid Alvarez #Guggenheim #JoanJonas
"Organic simplicity might be seen producing significant character in the harmonious order we call Nature: all around, beauty in growing things. None insignificant."—Frank Lloyd Wright, 1931 🍂 Fall has arrived and we can't wait to see the leaves begin to turn across the street in @centralparknyc! __ Photo: David Heald #Guggenheim #FrankLloydWright
To our followers in Italy—"Peggy Guggenheim. The Last Dogaressa" is now on view at The Peggy Guggenheim Collection (@guggenheim_venice). The exhibition celebrates the Venetian life of Peggy Guggenheim, and offers an unparalleled opportunity to view renowned paintings, sculptures, and works on paper she acquired from the late 1940s to 1979. #LastDogaressa #PeggyGuggenheimCollection Photos: Matteo De Fina
“The Guggenheim museum is one of my favorite museums in the world. Every time I visit New York I visit the Guggenheim.”—Gugg visitor @ozippa #FrankLloydWrightFridays — 2019 is the 60th anniversary of our #FrankLloydWright-designed building, and we’d love to hear about your memories of the Guggenheim over the last six decades! Send us your old photographs or videos taken at the museum and we’ll select our favorites to share with you here. Share your #Guggenheim60 memories at the link in bio. #Guggenheim #Architecture #NewYorkCity
We’re excited to announce that @christineandthequeens will headline the #GIG2019 Pre-Party on November 13! Don’t miss this one-night-only event in the Guggenheim's iconic rotunda, made possible by @Dior. Tickets on sale now at guggenheim.org/gigpreparty. –– Photo: Suffo Moncloa #Guggenheim
#ArtistInterventions: In 2010 composer Hèctor Parra, Harvard theoretical physicist Lisa Randall, and artist Matthew Ritchie collaborated to create "Hypermusic: Ascension," a site-specific monodrama exploring the reality of a fifth dimension through the mediums of opera and an experimental musical score. Inspired by Randall's book "Warped Passages," which defines the fifth dimension as infinite and curved, Parra's composition contemplates how sound might function in such a space. His music accompanied Randall's libretto, sung by a soprano traveling along the ramps, which were transformed into a "stage" outfitted with Ritchie's abstract props and projected video. __ Since opening in 1959, our Frank Lloyd Wright-designed museum has served as inspiration for invention, challenging artists and architects to react to its eccentric, organic design. Follow #Guggenheim60 to discover more artist interventions during our 60th anniversary year! Photo: Kristopher McKay #Guggenheim
#WorkoftheWeek: Jean-Michel Basquiat’s “The Death of Michael Stewart” (1983), informally known as “Defacement,” is the artist’s attempt to envision Michael Stewart’s fateful encounter with the police. Originally painted on a wall of Keith Haring’s Cable Building studio laden with tags by graffiti writers, Basquiat’s painting was a deeply personal lamentation that has rarely been exhibited publicly. __ This work is on view in “Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: The Untold Story” through November 6. Plan your visit at guggenheim.org/basquiat. #BasquiatDefacement © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York
“Our first time in New York City, we immediately planned to visit Guggenheim. We hope to visit again soon.”—Gugg visitor Dino (@lomotovcocktail) #FrankLloydWrightFridays — 2019 is the 60th anniversary of our #FrankLloydWright-designed building, and we’d love to hear about your memories of the Guggenheim over the last six decades! Send us your old photographs or videos taken at the museum and we’ll select our favorites to share with you here. Share your #Guggenheim60 memories at the link in bio. #Guggenheim #Architecture #NewYorkCity
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