"The making of my silueta in nature keeps the transition between my homeland and my new home. It is a way of reclaiming my roots and becoming one with nature." —Ana Mendieta
https://t.co/R5NB8fAwYD 🎨: Ana Mendieta, "Silueta Muerta," 1976 #GuggenheimWomensHistory
https://t.co/Z8iSsXq3Jb Yesterday at 1:24 PM
Nick Cave discusses "Time and Again" and "TM13," works informed by Cave's past experiences. See #Forothermore on view through April 10.
🎧: Designed for our blind and low-vision communities, listen to the full audio on the Guggenheim Digital Guide, on the @bbgconnects app.
https://t.co/Lec3Y2Wgvr Sat at 9:21 PM
Happy #StPatricksDay! 🍀 Grace Hartigan, an artist of Irish descent, created this work deeply rooted in her experience of Ireland when she traveled there for the first time in 1958.
This work is in the @GuggenheimPGC.
🎨: Grace Hartigan, "Ireland," 1958 #GuggenheimWomensHistory
https://t.co/lp64AXsnQL Fri at 9:14 PM
In his youth, Mark Bradford worked in his mother's salon. In this work, he overlaid translucent endpapers, their burned edges forming a grid, evoking the social and political significance of hair styling in the Black community.
🎨: "Daddy, Daddy, Daddy," 2001 © Mark Bradford
https://t.co/hG9RqMjlwR Thu at 9:46 PM