The Guggenheim Museum is an amazing museum to visit. It has beautiful abstract architecture that sets the tone of the experience from the moment you step in. It is home for some of the most valuable pieces of art in the world, from some of the most well-known artists in human history. You can walk in and see artwork from greats such as Vincent van Gogh, Picasso, Monet and many others. It is surreal to see paintings that you have seen many times in books and other media up close and personal, getting to witness history firsthand. Even if you are not an avid fan of fine art, there is audio tours that give you extra insight into the history, context and meaning of each artwork so that you can appreciate their individual significance.
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New York, the artistic and cultural capital, has a museum full of world-class art and historical exhibits, dizzying. I am not good at shopping, only when I walk into the museum, my feet will burst into the power: stop and go, tireless. The
Guggenheim Museum is the name for all the museums of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. It is one of the world's most famous private modern art museums and a global one. Art venues operated in a chain.
The building is a masterpiece of Wright's later years. Designed in 1947 and built in 1959, it has always been considered a fine art of modern architecture, so that no exhibits in the museum have been comparable to the past forty years. Its architectural appearance is simple, white, spiral concrete structure, and is very different from the architectural style of traditional museums. In 1969, a rectangular three-story auxiliary building was added. In 1990, the Guggenheim Museum once again added a rectangular annex building that eventually formed what it is today.
The exterior of this extremely beautiful and unbeatable building spirals upwards and outwards, and the internal curves and slopes lead to the 6th floor. The middle of the spiral forms an open space that illuminates from the top of the glass circle.
There is no doubt that this museum is the first in my heart.