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From our Archives—discover ephemera on artist Vito Acconci containing many traces of his performance artworks from the 1960s and 1970s. Learn more: http://gu.gg/2zvN301O28D

Image: Vito Acconci, "Acts of Omission," 1976
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Designer Kelli Anderson combines craft and tech into her #MoholyNagy inspired poster, FREE to download. Anderson, who created the latest in our series of Moholy-Nagy-inspired posters, discusses the way the artist explored technology in his work and writing. Read more and download the poster: http://gu.gg/flWA301LAww
Kelli Anderson, who created the latest in our series of Moholy-Nagy-inspired posters, discusses the way the artist explored technology in his work and writing.
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Did you know #MoholyNagy was active in graphic design? Unfold the artist's brochure for Die individuelle Anfertigung, made in 1932 on seamed and cut-out paper.
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On July 12, Curator Sara Raza joins artists Ori Gersht and Zineb Sedira in a conversation about their artistic practices and their work that will be on view in ‪#‎GuggUBSMAP‬ exhibition “But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise” starting July 8. Reserve your tickets now: http://gu.gg/HSJh301IuPW

Photos: Courtesy Ori Gersht Studio; Sureya Shaheen
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Certains samedis, commençant le 25 juin, participez à une visite guidée en français de l’exposition #GuggUBSMAP "But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise : Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa," menée par un spécialiste en histoire de l’art et éducation. Gratuit avec le billet d’entrée: http://gu.gg/IYwX301rsNc
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On select Saturdays starting on June 25, join a French language tour of #GuggUBSMAP exhibition "But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa," led by a specialist in art history and education. FREE with museum admission: http://gu.gg/IYwX301rsNc

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The buildings formed from couscous in Kader Attia’s “(Untitled) Ghardaïa” are “simple and austere, with an elemental elegance that looks both ancient and modern at once,” writes Andy Battaglia in The National. Learn about the connection between this work—now on view in “But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise”—and famed modernist architect Le Corbusier: http://gu.gg/OpHx301zFyl

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Did you know #MoholyNagy coined the term photogram? Learn about the process of making "Photogram" (1926) from The Art Institute of Chicago's conservator Sylvie Pénichon.
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#UndertheSameSun artist Minerva Cuevas worked with local sign painters to install her mural "Del Montte—Bananeras" outdoors at South London Gallery. Cuevas's mural is a reference to Guatemalan dictator Efraín Ríos Montt and the ways in which Central America's natural resources become politicized. Learn more: http://gu.gg/ODbX301J7pr #GuggUBSMAP  
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Celebrate #NationalCameraDay with Laurie Simmons's "Walking Camera I (Jimmy the Camera)" (1987) from our collection. Simmons’s giant camera is a film prop worn by her friend, photographer Jimmy De Sana, who taught Simmons how to develop film when she was new to the medium. This animated, mobile camera is a tribute to De Sana, who died in 1990, as well as a witty metaphor for the omnipresence of photography in our culture. Learn more: http://gu.gg/XIYF301GKl3
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Happy #FrankLloydWrightFridays! In honor of Pride Month and in celebration of this weekend's Pride Parade, we're sharing Guggenheim lover Ramzy Masri's image of our iconic rotunda. "I love coming to the Guggenheim because I'm a huge fan of Frank Lloyd Wright. He was so ahead of his time."
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Designer Willem Henri Lucas created a 21st–century take on #MoholyNagy’s photograms, FREE to download. In homage of the artist's ethereal, ingenious photograms, Lucas made his own light experiments using an open scanner. Read more and download the poster: http://gu.gg/C24C301zb4l
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Don't miss tonight's event, "Moholy-Nagy: Art for A New Century", featuring presentations from Oliver Botar (University of Manitoba), Carol S. Eliel (LACMA), and artist Barbara Kasten. Tickets from $10, students FREE: http://gu.gg/rjJA301v2jW

Installation view: Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, Photo: David Heald
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