In 1942 Peggy Guggenheim wanted her gallery – art of this century museum, to be a research laboratory, a hotbed of new ideas, thus being able to “serve the future instead of recording the past“.
These words, for 40 years, were inspired by the mission of the museum and today, that the doors of the Collection are closed again, the museum is ready once again to bring art and beauty to everyone to spend together this new period of remoteness.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection at your home returns in reloaded format with new and every day different digital content, on the site and social channels Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Continue to experience the museum online, stay safe and be inspired by art and beauty.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection at your home” returns in “reloaded” format
Here are the “social” tips from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
throughout the week some curiosities, anecdotes, video pills will be proposed on social channels to deepen a work and its author by interns and on Sundays, remotely, the teaching activity for children.
Art is Life at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Online art history course
Curated by Alessandra Montalbetti, Pinacoteca di Brera
Starting from November 23, the museum offers “Art is Life”, two new cycles of four lessons each, live on Zoom, reserved for museum members.
Eight lessons dedicated to topics that have deep ties to the history of art, but that we are not always able to grasp.
Eight dialogues that combine art with alchemy, advertising, food, music, literature, fashion, philosophy, cinema.
Beyond the Wall: Art and Context
Online workshop on Zoom From 16 to 29 November
Alice Pasquini, street artist, illustrator and Roman set designer, is the protagonist of the workshop “Beyond the Wall: Art and Context”, which will take place entirely remotely on Zoom. The workshop is part of the SuperaMenti project, a cycle of four free workshops with which the museum, together with Swatch Art Peace Hotel, dialogues with the under-25s.
Anish Kapoor backs ‘Together for PGC’ fundraising campaign
Blood and Earth is the limited edition work created by internationally renowned artist Anish Kapoor, in support of the fundraising campaign launched in July by the museum. Kapoor provides 100 copies of his enigmatic work to as many donors who will contribute to the fundraiser
Internship at peggy guggenheim collection
Do you want to participate in the Peggy Guggenheim Collection’s international internship program aimed at university students and recent graduates of art, art history and humanities related to the museum field?
This is the opportunity for you! Hurry to submit your application by December 1, 2020