Guggenheim design this gallery. By 1944, WrightGuggenheim design this gallery. By 1944, Wright

Guggenheim museumIntroductionFounded in 1937, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a modern art museum on Upper East Side in Manhattan, New York. It is the most famous one of several art galleries held under the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and is often referred to as Guggenheim, one of New York City’s most famous museum. Originally known as The Museum of Non-Objective Painting, Guggenheim has shown avant-garde artwork by many early modernist artists such as Kandinsky and Peter Mondrian. In 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright, the famous architect, received the invitation from Guggenheim, founder of the Guggenheim Foundation to design this gallery. By 1944, Wright had proposed a concrete plan for the construction of the museum, Just after the end of World War II and the passing away of Mr. Guggenheim, the project was delayed until 1956 when Wright completed the current design and Wright died in April of the same year ,In October of the same year, Guggenheim moved to its present location at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 89th Street, which is Central Park. Structure of the museumThe whole space is divided into two volumes, the big one is the showroom, 6 levels” the small one is the administrative office section, 4 layers. The exhibition hall is an upside-down, spiral-shaped space about 30 meters high. The top of the hall is a petal-shaped glass ceiling surrounded by spiraling layers of grass. The ground slowly rises at a gradient of 3%. Visitors first take the elevator to the top, then down the slope, a total of 430 meters to visit the route. Museum of art exhibits hanging along the walls of the ramp, the audience walking to enjoy, unconsciously walked over a 6-storey ramp, read the exhibits, which is obviously more than the kind of conventional set of a The exhibition room is much more fun and relaxing. Architect Wright has been looking for years to embrace a space with a three-dimensional, spiral-shaped structure rather than a circular, planar structure that allows one to truly experience the movement in space. He believes that when people walk along the spiral ramp, the surrounding space is continuous, gradual, not fragmented, folded. For this perspective, he designed a spiral store in San Francisco and a spiral garage in Pittsburgh, again convincing the owners that he believes the spiral is the finest form of art galleries. In 1986, the Guggenheim Museum of Art won the American Institute of Architects 25-year award. Curatorial department of GuggenheimThe Guggenheim’s curatorial department engages in innovative research and exchange initiatives that foster new perspectives on modern and contemporary art and expand its collegial networks beyond the museum’s immediate community. As part of its multi-year curatorial research projects, the museum convenes artists and scholars from around the world and across disciplines to deepen internal expertise in relevant fields of cultural inquiry. Curators travel widely, connecting with individuals, institutions, and archives to develop their focus of research and promote cultural exchange programs including touring exhibitions. These research activities contribute significantly to the museum’s exhibition, acquisition and publication programs.Collection: Acquisitions and DonationsDifferent from the collections inherited by the state museums, as well as the incremental expectation of the relocation of cultural relics, the Guggenheim Museum Foundation, as a private institution, does not have a solid historical basis and institutional guarantee. Apart from its own acquisition accumulation, the Guggenheim Museum Foundation can only rely on Personal donation and hosting. In fact, Guggenheim’s long-term fixed exhibition collection mainly comes from nine individual collectors, and the reason is mainly based on recognition and trust of the foundation, which requires the foundation must be well managed and transparent operation.Funds raiseThe significant success of the Guggenheim Museum Foundation lies in its independent funding structure, which means that over 60% and even over 70% of the capital income can be realized through its own museum operations, including tickets, tours, royalties, peripheral products and Services revenue generated, of which ticket sales revenue was stable, patrol exhibition fees and royalties revenue accounted for the largest and significant growth, fully demonstrated the Guggenheim Foundation good economic returns, strong operational capacity and positive development expectations, and Not overly dependent on external financial support. Foundation administrative structure and operation modeThe Guggenheim Museum Foundation implements a three-tier governance structure at the leadership and executive levels and at the museum level, which has better-centralized control and higher autonomy.the chairman, president, vice president and a large number of directors, financial officer, secretary, consist of top management committee which is mainly responsible for strategic decision-making and financial control.At the middle level is the Foundation Executive committee which consists of a director and nine deputy directors in charge of different works. It is the management of the Foundation that really holds power. It also includes the Guggenheim Museum of Venice and Bilbao Guggenheim Museum of the person in charge.At the base level are the Guggenheim Museum Branches which are responsible for specific daily museum operations and have greater autonomy in their own affairs