Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice - Guggenheim Museum

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice - Guggenheim Museum






For the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the year 2008 fell into two

halves. For almost six months the temporary exhibition galleries

closed for a radical renovation. The museum now has spaces that

are larger, lighter, and meet accessibility requirements. This has

put behind us another important (and necessary) phase in our

progress toward the full expansion, conversion, and renewal of the museum

on the site of Palazzo Venier dei Leoni.

The second half of the year saw a return to intensive exhibition making;

at the end of May a small exhibition opened in the Galleria Gottardo,

Lugano, of Peggy Guggenheim’s ethnic art collection. This was the first

time this little-known segment of the collection, withdrawn from public

view in 1983 and conserved in storage since that date, had been celebrated

in this way, with a scholarly catalogue of its own. Late in June the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection hosted painting and sculpture from the Addison

Gallery of American Art; in September it gave its traditional support to the

U.S. Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale; in early November an

exhibition of the Venetian collector, dealer, and publisher Carlo Cardazzo

opened, while the ethnic art collection moved from Lugano to the

Fondazione Mazzotta, Milan. The end of November saw the opening of

the second of our trilogy of exhibitions for the town of Vercelli in Piedmont.


Visitor numbers at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in the first half of the

year remained as strong as they had been in 2007, a record year. But from

June onwards attendance began to slip, in response to a general drop in

Venetian tourism, months before the crisis on Wall Street that led to the credit

crunch. We attributed this to the strong euro, which was deterring travelers

to continental Europe as a whole. As of writing this letter, the downward

trend has deepened, causing us to cut back on budgeted admissions

incomes, to be cautious about expenses, and to reflect on the perhaps

excessive susceptibility of the museum’s finances to tourism. Nevertheless

the year closed on an optimistic note with the gift of a major painting by

Mario Sironi, reminding us of one of the strengths of the Peggy Guggenheim

Collection—its permanent and growing collection of great modern art.

Philip Rylands

Director, Peggy Guggenheim Collection



Peggy Guggenheim and the New American Painting

November 21, 2008–March 1, 2009

Arca, ex Chiesa di San Marco, Vercelli

Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, Associate Curator of the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection. Organized by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

with the Piedmont Region and the city of Vercelli. Catalogue.

OPPOSITE Ethnopassion: Peggy Guggenheim’s Ethnic Art Collection

RIGHT Coming of Age: American Art, 1850s to 1950s

BELOW Carlo Cardazzo: A New Vision for Art

The programs of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection are made possible

by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection Advisory Board and Intrapresæ

Collezione Guggenheim. Institutional Patrons: Banca del Gottardo,

Regione del Veneto.

Rosso: The Transient Form

September 22, 2007–January 6, 2008

Curated by Dr. Paola Mola, and Dr. Fabio Vittucci. Organized by the

Peggy Guggenheim Collection with Museo and Archivio Medardo Rosso,

Barzio. Catalogue.

Coming of Age: American Art, 1850s to 1950s

June 28–October 12, 2008

Curated by William Agee, Evelyn Kranes Kossak Professor of Art History at

Hunter College, City University of New York, and Susan Faxon, Associate

Director and Curator of Art before 1950 at the Addison Gallery of

American Art. Organized by the American Federation of Arts, New York,

and the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover,

Massachusetts. The exhibition was made possible, in part, by the Crosby

Kemper Foundation and by Frank B. Bennett and William D. Cohan, with

additional support from the Philip and Janice Levin Foundation Fund for

Collection-Based Exhibitions at the American Federation of Arts. Catalogue.

Carlo Cardazzo: A New Vision for Art

November 1, 2008–March 1, 2009

Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, Associate Curator of the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection. Organized by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.




Peggy Guggenheim e l’immaginario surreale

November 10, 2007–March 16, 2008

Arca, ex Chiesa di San Marco, Vercelli

Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, Associate Curator of the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection. Organized by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

with the Piedmont Region and the city of Vercelli. Catalogue.

Ethnopassion: Peggy Guggenheim’s Ethnic Art Collection

May 28–August 23, 2008

Lugano, Galleria Gottardo

Curated by Franco Rogantini, Director of the Galleria Gottardo, Lugano,

and Philip Rylands, Director of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

Organized by the Peggy Guggenheim Collection with the Galleria

Gottardo in Lugano. Traveled to Fondazione Antonio Mazzotta, Milan,

November 13, 2008–February 22, 2009. Catalogue.





Carlo Cardazzo: A New Vision for Art

Exh. cat. Essays and texts by Luca Massimo

Barbero, Giorgia Bertolino, Giovanni Bianchi,

Paolo Campiglio, Enrico Crispolti, Massimo

De Sabbata, Alessandro Del Puppo, Claudia

Gian Ferrari, Orietta Lanzarini, Dino Marangon,

Giorgio Mastinu, Milena Milani, Carlo

Montanaro, Francesca Pola, Valerio Rivosecchi,

Sileno Salvagnini, Toni Toniato, and Margit

Zuckriegl. 432 pages with 338 illustrations.

Coming of Age: American Art, 1850s to 1950s

Exh. cat. Essays and texts by William C. Agee

and Susan C. Faxon. Italian edition: Skira

with Yale University Press and the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection. English edition: Yale

University Press with the American Federation

of Arts. 136 pages with 84 illustrations.

Marcel Jean

Profile of Memory (Profile de la Mémoire), 1935–42

Portfolio of 36 etchings and engravings, 56.9 x 39.1 cm each,

edition 5/90

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation

Gift, Lynven Inc. 2008.61

Mario Sironi

The Cyclist (Il ciclista), 1916

Oil on canvas, 96 x 71 cm

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation

Gift, Giovanni and Lilian Pandini, Bergamo 2008.62

Ethnopassion: Peggy Guggenheim’s Ethnic Art


Exh. cat. Texts by Alessia Borellini, Francesco

Paolo Campione, and Giulio Zaccarelli.

Copublished with Mazzotta. 200 pages with 81

illustrations. Bilingual English and Italian edition.

Peggy Guggenheim e la nuova pittura


Exh. cat. Essays and texts by Luca Massimo

Barbero, Francesca Pola, Philip Rylands, and

Valentina Sonzogni. Copublished with Giunti.

206 pages with 130 illustrations.

Peggy Guggenheim e l’immaginario surreale

Exh. cat. Essays and texts by Luca Massimo

Barbero, Francesca Pola, Philip Rylands, and

Werner Spies. Copublished with Giunti. 224

pages with 120 illustrations.

Rosso: The Transient Form

Exh. cat. Essays and texts by Paola Mola and

Fabio Vittucci. Copublished with Skira. 188

pages and 74 illustrations. English and Italian


FROM TOP Jean Marcel, Profile of Memory (Profile de la Mémoire), 1935–42. Portfolio of 36 etchings

and engravings, 56.9 x 39.1 cm each, edition 5/90. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Gift,

Lynven Inc. 2008.61 BELOW Mario Sironi, The Cyclist (Il ciclista), 1916. Oil on canvas, 96 x 71 cm.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Gift, Giovanni and Lilian Pandini, Bergamo 2008.62






CLOCKWISE FROM TOP Arshile Gorky, Untitled, Summer 1944. Oil on canvas, 167 x 178.2 cm.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice 76.2553.152; Anni

Albers, From the East, 1963. Textile, cotton, and plastic, 63.5 x 41.4 cm. Solomon R. Guggenheim

Foundation, Gift, The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Connecticut in honor of Philip Rylands

99.5259; Giorgio Morandi, Bottles and Fruit Bowl (Bottiglie e fruttiera), 1916 . Oil on canvas, 60 x 54

cm. Gianni Mattioli Collection, long-term loan to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Works from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation were sent to the

following institutions:

Arca, ex Chiesa di San Marco, Vercelli

Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée National d’ Art Moderne, Paris

Felix-Nussbaum-Haus, Osnabrück, Germany

Fondation Beyeler, Basel

Fondazione Antonio Mazzotta, Milan

Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice

Galleria Gottardo, Lugano

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

The Jewish Museum, New York

Kunsthaus Zürich

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark

The Menil Collection, Houston

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto

Museo della Scultura Contemporanea, Matera, Italy

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, München

Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

For Visitors


Two daily presentations on the life of Peggy

Guggenheim and the history of her collection,

two daily short talks and focused presentations

on specific art movements and artists in the

collection, and one daily half-hour talk either

on the 60th Anniversary of the Peggy

Guggenheim Collection in Venice or on the

current exhibition.

For Educators and Youths

January 6

Paintings Created by Blowing and Dripping!

January 13

Colorful Landscapes

January 20

Texture Paintings

January 26

Peggy’s Life in Pop-up Book

February 10

Sweet Sculptures

(Sculptures of Sweets and Toothpicks)

February 17

Creating Aluminium Reliefs

February 23

In Touch with Peggy’s Family

February 24

Sculpture Workshop with Barchetta Blu

Free Venetian Week, November 15–21

Free entrance week for all Venetian visitors

offers free tours on selected topics: Peggy

Guggenheim and Veneto artists; Peggy in

Venice; and guided tours of the exhibition Carlo

Cardazzo: A New Vision for Art, Palazzo Venier

dei Leoni, and the Gianni Mattioli Collection.

Sunday workshops for children are inspired by

the temporary exhibition.

January 27

Peggy Workshop with Barchetta Blu

February 3

Let’s Mask our Favorite Paintings

March 2

Landscapes of Dawn and Dusk

March 9

Hands . . . in Dough

March 16

Forms of Informal Art





March 23

Bouquets of Flowers and Bushes of Plants

March 29

Let’s Play with Peggy’s Friends

March 30

Workshop with Barchetta Blu

Carlotta Michelini

April 6

Asymmetrical Portraits

April 13

The Antique Mosaic Technique in Modern Art

April 20

Constructivist Sculptures and Architecture

April 26

Traveling with Peggy

April 27

In the House of Art Workshop with Barchetta


Carlotta Michelini

May 4

Positive Forms and Negative Spaces

May 31

The Passion for Collecting

June 28

Disguise Yourself with Peggy

July 26

Precious Fabrics and Elegant Dresses

August 30

Precious Jewels for Peggy’s Birthday


September 27

Let’s Look at the World through Peggy’s


October 25

Let’s Set up Peggy’s Palace

November 29

In Peggy’s Magic Garden

December 27

Let’s Paint Peggy’s Portrait

For Families

May 11

The Noise of Venice

Giulia Tosato

May 18

A Family Portrait

Benedetta Altichieri and Giovanni Zelan

May 25

Crossing Traces

Marilia Dimopoulou

June 1

Peggy’s Peculiar Glasses

Giulia Filippi

June 8

All the Small Things

Virginia di Lazzaro

June 22

Books of Freedom

Patrizia Capizzi

June 29

If Your Family Was a Zoo

Alessia Bonamici

July 6

Printed Fragments

Lorena Busato

July 13

Random Traces

Benedetta Altichieri

July 20

Create-a-Stage Buddy

Annalisa Voltolina

July 27

Colors of Personality

Leonardo Moretti

September 7

The World of Styrofoam

Samuela Scatto

September 14

Once Upon a Time

Barbara Grossato

September 21

Ghost Portraits

Guglielmo Alfarone

September 28

Traces of Us

Lorena Busato

October 5

The World of Wax: Games of Shapes Colors

Samuela Scatto

October 12

Body Prints

Elena Cardellini

October 19

Scribble Art

Patrizia Capizzi

October 26

Colors Squared

Sarah Persello

November 2

Who Is at the Window?

Cristina Paltani

November 9

Punched Profiles

Sonia Sottana

November 23


Nereo Marulli

November 30

Print and Reprint

Patrizia Capizzi

December 7

Senses and Form

Anastasia Moro

December 14

Creating a Set-design with the Futurists

Annalisa Voltolina

December 28

There Is a Story in Everything

Barbara Grossato

A Scuola di Guggenheim Project

This project promotes art education within the

Veneto region schools. It features a series

of seminars for teachers, educational activities

for students in schools, and tours of the

collection, beginning with a conference held

on October 8, 2008, to present the 2009

program and assess the 2008 program. Two

seminars on the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

(October 13 and 20) and four seminars on the

development of the project (October 15, 16,

22, and 23) followed. From June 11 to 16, the

Peggy Guggenheim Collection presented Peggy

Guggenheim: una scuola per l’arte, a temporary

exhibition based on the artworks of the students.

2008 Internship Program Seminars and


January 9, February 6, March 12, April 16, June

4, August 21, November 19, and December 3

PGC Staff Talk: Silvio Veronese, Head

Librarian, PGC

January 17

Sanja Ivekovic

Iva Kovac

Differencing the Modern—Amrita Sher-Gil: A

Case Study in Alternative Modernisms in Art


Dominika Alice Nasilowski

Landscape as Art

Duangkamon Kasinwethya

January 18

The “American West” as Landscape in

Contemporary Photography

Joseph H. Akel

January 21, February 20, March 27, April 14, May

29, June 12, July 24, August 15, September 8,

October 25, November 15, and December 17

PGC Staff Talk: Philip Rylands, Director,

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

January 22

Australia at the Venice Biennale 2007

Melina Scarcella

January 23, February 13, April 2, May 5, June 11,

July 7,September 3, October 6, November 26,

and December 10

PGC Staff Talk: Paul Schwartzbaum, Chief

Conservator, SRGM

January 24

Women Collectors

Kathleen Alda Balthrup-Lewis

Silvio Benedetto

Mascha Bom

January 30

Deconstructing the Monument

Johanna M. Kahn

February 8

That’s Hot: Developing the Exhibition Theory

of Tomorrow

Rebecka Domig

February 14

Lecture on Peggy Guggenheim, Jackson

Pollock, and Lee Krasner

Gail Levin, Distinguished Professor of 20th-

Century and Contemporary Art, Baruch

College, CUNY

February 22

Frida Kahlo

Maria Vittoria Ottaviano

Creative Time: Art in the Public Realm

Kathleen McEvily

March 4

Tour of the Exhibition at Museo Correr

Lawrence Carroll

March 7

The Leopard

Kate Marris

Vik Muniz: A Twisted Kind of Realist

Tatiana Slater

March 11

Andreas Gursky

Sarah Ajnwojner

March 12

Art Education: South Africa

Alissa Johnson

Dylan Dog: The Phenomenal Italian Comic

Cinzia de Bei

March 17

Cornelia Parker

Cristopher Livesay

March 20

Interpreting Giorgione (The Tempest)

Nicholas Buckley Wood

Yoko Ono: Sognare

Mafalda Susin

Foreignness of Art: Questioning the Cult of

Image/Ways of Conveying the Message

Zana Saskin

March 21

Modern Finish Art

Piera Pistollato

Yayoi Kusama

John Jackson

Andres Perez

Catalina Lecaros

April 15

Candice Breitz: The End of Celebrity?

Jessica Hamblett

April 16

Creating Interactive Family Space

Christina Smiraglia

April 17

Local Issues/Global Art: The Art of Mona

Hatoum, Shirin Neshat, and Kim Sooja

Zbigniew Sypniewski

Art of Clio Kraskovic

Clio Kraskovic

April 18

“Eye Tone”

Eric Holm

Jasper Johns—Grey

Jesse Feiman

Cecily Brown: Sexuality in Painting

Andrew Watts

April 20

Sculpture Conservation

Stefano Lanuti



Interns on the roof terrace of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

April 21

Semana Santa in Seville

Maria Ortiz

Megastructures and Architectural Utopias in

the 20th Century

Sandra Stefanikova

April 23

Slavko Kopac—Art Brut

Iva Stefanovski

April 24

Re-reading Poliphilo

Daniel Zolli

April 25

Tošo Dabac—Life and Photography

Nevena Ilic

May 9

Natasja Fourie

Vanya du Toit

Renaissance Venice and Antiquity

Nora Gietz

May 16

Marta Graham: The Mother of Contemporary


Elisabetta Dusi

May 22

Made Wianta—His Art and his Balinese


Adrienne Kovats

Norman Rockwell and the American Dream

Anita Todesco

May 23

Methods of Investigation and Diagnostics for

Cultural Heritage

Francesca Minarelli

Casabianca Museum

Erica Prete

May 25

The Elephant and the Obelisk in Piazza

Minerva, Rome

Isabelle Simpson

May 30

The Aesthetic Value of Art Versus the Value

of the Artist

Javier Espino Ruiz S.

The Social Function of Art through the

Creative Process in Children

Alejandra Villafana Munoz

June 16

Blockbuster Exhibitions: What Does

the Future Hold for Art Exhibitions and


Alessandra Trimarchi

June 18

Novel Readings

Florencia Malbran


Ivana Culjak

June 19

Anselm Kiefer—History, Transcendence, and

the Burden of Knowledge

Chad Cordova

The Helsinki School: On Finnish

Contemporary Photography

Laura Gelmi

July 5

Eva Hesse and her Influences

Allison Rudnick

The Art of Censorship

Lauren Rogers

July 11

Reconsidering Constructivist Exhibit:

Practices through El Lissitzky’s Raum fuer

konstruktive Kunst (Dresden)

Melissa Diaz

Outsider Art

Michelle Galetta

July 12

Julian Schnabel

Sophie Young

July 13

Art and Essence—The Concept of Art after


Francisco Javier Rodriguez Chaparro

Wilhelm von Gloeden

Cinzia Gagliardo

July 14

Diego Velazquez: Las Meninas “The Maids of


Natalie McFarlane

The Theme of Architectural Atmosphere in

the Work of Ignazio Gardella’s House on the


Marta Botter

July 17

Hybrids: International Contemporary Painting

Jennifer Leo

July 20

Art Mediation and Documenta 12

Florina Limberg

Dance: A Journey Through the History of Art

From the Feet Point of View

Floriana Zanardi

July 25

Guernica and Picasso

Ivan Chamarro Cidre

Tubular Steel for the People: An Examination

of Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair and Bauhaus


Lee Ann W. Custer

August 6


Carolina Garcia Carmueja

Carrà’s Conversion

Olujimi Akili Tommasino

August 18

The Guerilla Girls: Popularizing Feminism and

Contesting the Institution

Efstathios Gerostathopoulos

KC-CRA-Z !!!!

Megan Mantia

August 20

Aphrodite in Art: From Riches to Rags

Eleanor Beth Earl

Theatres of Space: The Staging of Donald

Judd in Two Exhibitions

Rebecca Lewin

August 30

Louvre Abu Dhabi

Dario Zorza

September 17

Museum Architecture in the 20th Century

Hanna Baro

Katarzyna Kobro: A Sculptor of Space

Piotr Brama

September 19

Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978)

Martina Corradini

September 24

The Theory of Cognitive Development

Renata Coura

September 25

Santiago de Compostela

Pablo Cobas Roca

September 26

Tadeusz Kanton

Kinga Kulon

Magic Realism in the Veneto Region: Guido


Ilaria Basso

September 28

The Genius of Dalí

Chiara Cecchinato

October 13

Greek Mythology in Art

Florence Mackenzie

Art Becomes Architecture Becomes Art: Vito

Hannibal Acconci

Else Margarete Schlegel

October 16

André Kertész

Anna Ikla’di-Vajda

Victor Grippo—Argentinian Artist

Sofia Jones

October 17

Lavro Artukovic

Neva Lukic

Le Centre Pompidou

Alessandra Paolo Lena

October 20

Modernism in Katowice

Malgorzota Jagiello

Notes on an Erotic Series, Vaska Emanouilova

Mila Stareyshinska

October 23


David Murphy

October 24

The Buffalo and Erie County Historical


Tara Lynette Lyons

Calder’s Jewelry

Milica Krstic



July 8

Istituto Veneto, Venice: I Macchiaioli

July 15

MAMbo. Bologna: 1978. Il Treno di John

Cage and the Time Code Show

August 12

Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice

August 19

Villa Manin, Codroipoi: God & Goods,

Spirituality and Mass Confusion

September 16

11th International Architecture Exhibition,


September 23

Palazzo Barbaran da Porto, Vicenza:

Palladio—500 Years

OPPOSITE “Festa delle famiglie” Workshop: Eatable Architectures

BELOW Ilaria Basso and Florence Mackensie at the welcome breakfast, Marino Marini Terrace

October 14

11th International Architecture Exhibition,


October 21

Palazzo Reale, Milan: Georges Seurat, Paul

Signac, and the Neoimpressionists

November 11

Museo Correr, Venice: Depero

October 30

The Art of Hannah Kaye

Hannah Kaye

Conservation of Victor Brauner’s

“Consciousness of Shock”

Carolyn McNiellie

December 18


Giacomo Salvan

Pablo Gargallo 1881–1934

Jorge Orofino Pardos

December 22

Tour of the Basilica of San Marco

Philip Rylands

December 28

The lives of Artists: Life-Cycles and Artistic


Simon Bejer

Art by Svetlana Mikhaylova

Svetlana Mikhaylova

December 30

The Cathedral of San Giusto in Trieste

Nunziatina Nudo

Orientalism in Art

Serena Donato

2008 Internship Program Educational Trips

January 15

Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice

January 22

Arca, ex Chiesa di San Marco, Vercelli: Peggy

Guggenheim e l’Immaginario Surreale

February 12

Galleria Civica d’arte Moderna, Modena:

Runa Islam/Tobias Putrih—Lost Cinema Lost

February 19

Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venice: L’ultimo

Tiziano e la sensualità della pittura

March 4

Museo Correr, Venice: Lawrence Carroll

March 25

Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara: Miró: la terra

April 15

Ca’ Pesaro, Venice

April 22

Villa Manin, Codroipo: God & Goods,

Spirituality and Mass Confusion

May 20

MAMbo, Bologna: Jeroen de Rijke/Willem

de Rooij

May 27

Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice

June 10

Villa Olmo, Como: The Embrace of Vienna,

Klimt, Schiele, and Belvedere Masterpieces

June 17

San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice: Giuseppe

Santomaso e l’opzione astratta

November 18

Museo di Santa Giulia, Brescia: Van Gogh,

Drawings and Paintings, Masterpieces from

the Kröller-Müller Museum

December 9

Galleria Franchetti, Ca’ d’Oro, Venice

December 16

Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara: Turner e l’Italia





Peter Lawson-Johnston


The Earl Castle Stewart

Honorary Co-chairs

S.A.R. la Princesse Guillaume de


Georgia Spogli

Honorary Member

Olga Adamishina


Luigi Agrati

Giuseppina Araldi Guinetti

Maria Angeles Aristrain, Condesa

de Biñasco

Renée Belfer

Marchese Annibale Berlingieri

Giuliano Bianchi

Maria Camilla Bianchini d’Alberigo

Davide Blei

Mary Bloch

Susan Burns

Alick Campbell of Lochnell

Sir Trevor Chinn

Isabella Del Frate Rayburn

Stefano Del Vecchio

Rosemary Chisholm Feich

John Leopoldo Fiorilla di Santa


David Gallagher

Linda Parke Gallagher

Peter Gallagher

Patricia Gerber

Marino Golinelli

Ginny Green

Joana Grevers

Christian Habermann

Gilbert W. Harrison

Joseph Helman

John F. Hotchkis

Mimi L-J. Howe

Leon Koffler

Peter L. Levy

Samuel H. Lindenbaum

Gaetano Maccaferri

Lord Marland of Odstock

Valeria Monti

Peter W. Mullin

Jacqueline Muzard Ureta

Guido Orsi

Giovanni Pandini

Rose Marie Parravicini

Heather Miller Podesta

Eden Rafshoon

Benjamin B. Rauch

Richard A. Rifkind

Inge Rodenstock

Dodie Rosekrans

Nanette Ross

Beatrice Rossi-Landi

Miles Rubin

Sir Timothy Sainsbury

Denise Saul

Samih Sawiris

Brigitte Schuler-Voith

James B. Sherwood

Massimo Sterpi

Riki Taylor

Robert J. Tomei

Melissa Ulfane

Maria Luisa Vaccari

Ruth Westen Pavese

Gayle Boxer Willson

Emeritus Members

Fiorella Chiari

Danielle Gardner

Jacques E. Lennon

Umberto Nordio

Hannelore B. Schulhof

Anna Scotti

Kristen Venable

Peggy Guggenheim

Collection Family Committee

David Hélion †

Fabrice Hélion †

Nicolas Hélion

Laurence and Sandro Rumney

Clovis Vail

Julia Vail and Bruce Mouland

Karole P.B. Vail and Andrew Huston

Mark Vail

International Friends

Rolf W. Aeberli

Antonella Boralevi

Elisa Bortoluzzi Dubach

Alvise and Daniela Braga Illa

Teresa Cairoli

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Cass

Mr. and Mrs. Larry S. Davis

Furio and Gaia Dei Rossi

Dott. Felix Rudolf Ehrat

Fabbri Stefano

Jacqueline Fox

Joscelyn Fox

Primo Franco

Fernando Garbellotto

Roberto Ghio

Paolo Gori

Ezio Gribaudo

John W. Kaldor

Gisela Kutter

Lord Browne of Madingley

Dott.ssa Angiolamaria Malerba


Giò Marconi

Danila Marsure Rosso

Laura Mattioli

Piergiorgio Mioni

Giorgio Negro

Marco J. Netzer

Mehmet T. Öngűt

Denise Panciera

Giorgio Pandini

Claudio Piona

Maria Pia Quarzo-Cerina

Marco Regni

Lucia Riello

Cornelia Riep

Barbara Rigassi

Michela Rizzo

Franco Rogantini

Jasper Sharp

Erina Siciliani

Shamina Talyarkhan

Ermanno Tedeschi

Mrs. Eleonora Triguboff

Renata Trottmann Probst

Gianattilio Usoni

Maria Luisa Vaccari and Andrea


Carlotta Vazzoler

Blakeley Willson


BSI, Swiss Bankers since 1873

Regione del Veneto


Intrapresae Collezione Guggenheim



Ares 2002

Corriere della Sera

Distilleria Nardini

Gruppo La-Vis

Gruppo Pirelli

Hangar Design Group


Istituto Europeo di Design


Listone Giordano




Palladio Finanziaria


Salvatore Ferragamo




OPPOSITE Donna Green, Ginny Green, and Julie Green

RIGHT Members at the Concert for Peggy

BELOW Members at Millennium Park, Chicago


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