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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. 40–60 min. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. They offer an understanding.

Euskadi Gastronomika. Pintxos and Txikiteo. Basque Country sport up close, wanna bet? Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism.

Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different. Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons. Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A.

Dassault Systemes' Press Releases. Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June The Plan Journal. Digital Fabrication in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. New York: Springer. Retrieved October 13, Frank Gehry. Eisenhower Memorial proposed. Cardboard furniture Digital Project Organization of the artist. Section: Museums , Architecture and Culture ,. TAGS: Exhibition ,. Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again.

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40–60 min. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. They offer an understanding. Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff.

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, exhibitions and record-breaking visitor numbers. Related Articles: Bilbao, Spain. Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture. Stay in touch with the protagonists of architecture, Subscribe to the Floornature Newsletter.

Blog Events Exhibitions at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. Italiano English. Sign up in floornature Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture. I accept the terms and conditions of privacy. Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day.

Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum.

Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection. They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff. Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O.

Basque Country sport up close, wanna bet? Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum.

Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry. Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years.

He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process". The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor. Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao. The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A.

The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism.

Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different. Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons. Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A. Dassault Systemes' Press Releases. Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June The Plan Journal. Digital Fabrication in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. New York: Springer. Retrieved October 13, Frank Gehry. Eisenhower Memorial proposed. Cardboard furniture Digital Project Organization of the artist.

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40–60 min. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao has a dynamic program of temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. They offer an understanding. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Gift, The Robert of exhibitions through at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, please visit.

Euskadi Gastronomika. Pintxos and Txikiteo. Basque Country sport up close, wanna bet? Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation.

Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum. Built alongside the Nervion River , which runs through the city of Bilbao to the Cantabrian Sea , it is one of several museums belonging to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and features permanent and visiting exhibits of works by Spanish and international artists.

It is one of the longest museums in Spain. One of the most admired works of contemporary architecture , the building has been hailed as a "signal moment in the architectural culture", because it represents "one of those rare moments when critics, academics, and the general public were all completely united about something", according to architectural critic Paul Goldberger.

In , the Basque government suggested to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation that it would fund a Guggenheim museum to be built in Bilbao 's decrepit port area, once the city's main source of income. In exchange, the Foundation agreed to manage the institution, rotate parts of its permanent collection through the Bilbao museum and organize temporary exhibitions.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation selected Frank Gehry as the architect, and its director, Thomas Krens , encouraged him to design something daring and innovative.

When the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao opened to the public in , it was immediately hailed as one of the world's most spectacular buildings in the style of Deconstructivism although Gehry does not associate himself with that architectural movement , [12] a masterpiece of the 20th century. The remaining nine galleries are irregularly shaped and can be identified from the outside by their swirling organic forms and titanium cladding.

The building was constructed on time and budget, which is rare for architecture of this type. In an interview in Harvard Design Magazine , Gehry explained how he did it. First, he ensured that what he calls the " organization of the artist " prevailed during construction, to prevent political and business interests from interfering with the design. Second, he made sure he had a detailed and realistic cost estimate before proceeding.

Third, he used computer visualizations produced by Rick Smith employing Dassault Systemes ' CATIA V3 software [18] [19] and collaborated closely with the individual building trades to control costs during construction. This museum is a colossal construction, which used more than 25, tons of concrete, or 10, cubic meters, that is why it requires deep and solid foundations.

The foundation was laid on reinforced concrete piles driven into the bedrock at an average depth of 14 meters. In total, pilings were driven to anchor the building to the ground. The building is clear thanks to the walls, specially treated to protect the interior from the effects of the sun. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces.

It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure. The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity.

It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found. Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

Moreover, titanium is about half the weight of steel, indeed, the museum's titanium coating represents only 60 tons. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms.

Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry. Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years.

He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process". The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor.

Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Consult everything you need to know about current and upcoming exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection.

City: Bilbao, Spain ,. Section: Museums , Architecture and Culture ,. TAGS: Exhibition ,. Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. Euskadi Gastronomika. Pintxos and Txikiteo. Basque Country sport up close, wanna bet? Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day.

Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. The foundation was laid on reinforced concrete piles driven into the bedrock at an average depth of 14 meters. In total, pilings were driven to anchor the building to the ground. The building is clear thanks to the walls, specially treated to protect the interior from the effects of the sun. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces. It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure.

The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity. It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found. Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

Moreover, titanium is about half the weight of steel, indeed, the museum's titanium coating represents only 60 tons. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms. Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry.

Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others. It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates.

The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years. He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process". The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art.

The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor. Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao.

The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A.

The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism. Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different.

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With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff. Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection.

Basque Country sport up close, wanna bet? Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R.

Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum. Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The museum was inaugurated on 18 October by King Juan Carlos I of Spain, with an exhibition of contemporary works of art.

Built alongside the Nervion River , which runs through the city of Bilbao to the Cantabrian Sea , it is one of several museums belonging to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and features permanent and visiting exhibits of works by Spanish and international artists. It is one of the longest museums in Spain. One of the most admired works of contemporary architecture , the building has been hailed as a "signal moment in the architectural culture", because it represents "one of those rare moments when critics, academics, and the general public were all completely united about something", according to architectural critic Paul Goldberger.

In , the Basque government suggested to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation that it would fund a Guggenheim museum to be built in Bilbao 's decrepit port area, once the city's main source of income. In exchange, the Foundation agreed to manage the institution, rotate parts of its permanent collection through the Bilbao museum and organize temporary exhibitions.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation selected Frank Gehry as the architect, and its director, Thomas Krens , encouraged him to design something daring and innovative. When the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao opened to the public in , it was immediately hailed as one of the world's most spectacular buildings in the style of Deconstructivism although Gehry does not associate himself with that architectural movement , [12] a masterpiece of the 20th century. The remaining nine galleries are irregularly shaped and can be identified from the outside by their swirling organic forms and titanium cladding.

The building was constructed on time and budget, which is rare for architecture of this type. In an interview in Harvard Design Magazine , Gehry explained how he did it. First, he ensured that what he calls the " organization of the artist " prevailed during construction, to prevent political and business interests from interfering with the design.

Second, he made sure he had a detailed and realistic cost estimate before proceeding. Third, he used computer visualizations produced by Rick Smith employing Dassault Systemes ' CATIA V3 software [18] [19] and collaborated closely with the individual building trades to control costs during construction. This museum is a colossal construction, which used more than 25, tons of concrete, or 10, cubic meters, that is why it requires deep and solid foundations. The foundation was laid on reinforced concrete piles driven into the bedrock at an average depth of 14 meters.

In total, pilings were driven to anchor the building to the ground. The building is clear thanks to the walls, specially treated to protect the interior from the effects of the sun. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces.

It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure. The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity. It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found. Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

Moreover, titanium is about half the weight of steel, indeed, the museum's titanium coating represents only 60 tons. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms. Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry.

Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years. He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process".

The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff.

Related Articles: Architecture and Culture. Related Articles: Frank Gehry. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, exhibitions and record-breaking visitor numbers. Related Articles: Bilbao, Spain.

Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture. Stay in touch with the protagonists of architecture, Subscribe to the Floornature Newsletter.

Blog Events Exhibitions at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. Italiano English. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R.

Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum. Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world.

The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum , in addition to exhibitions, also houses concerts, festivals, conferences, screenings and workshops.

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Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. Exhibitions[edit]. The museum notably houses "large-scale, site-specific works and installations by contemporary artists", such as. Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O.

The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1. Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Return to general data. E-mail: informacion guggenheim-bilbao. James way The Ignatian Way. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms. Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry.

Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years.

He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process". The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor.

Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao. The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A. The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city.

The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism. Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different.

Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons. Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, exhibitions and record-breaking visitor numbers. Related Articles: Bilbao, Spain. Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture.

Stay in touch with the protagonists of architecture, Subscribe to the Floornature Newsletter. Blog Events Exhibitions at the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Exhibitions[edit]. The museum notably houses "large-scale, site-specific works and installations by contemporary artists", such as. Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O.

Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum. Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection. They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world.

The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum , in addition to exhibitions, also houses concerts, festivals, conferences, screenings and workshops. The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1. Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Return to general data. E-mail: informacion guggenheim-bilbao. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces.

It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure. The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity.

It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found. Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

Moreover, titanium is about half the weight of steel, indeed, the museum's titanium coating represents only 60 tons. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms.

Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry. Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years. He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process".

The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor.

Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao. The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A.

The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism.

Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different. Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons.

Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A. Dassault Systemes' Press Releases.

Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June

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Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O. Consult everything you need to know about current and upcoming exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Exhibitions[edit]. The museum notably houses "large-scale, site-specific works and installations by contemporary artists", such as.

Related Articles: Frank Gehry. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, exhibitions and record-breaking visitor numbers. Related Articles: Bilbao, Spain. Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture.

Stay in touch with the protagonists of architecture, Subscribe to the Floornature Newsletter. Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world. The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum , in addition to exhibitions, also houses concerts, festivals, conferences, screenings and workshops. The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1.

Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Guggenheim Foundation and features permanent and visiting exhibits of works by Spanish and international artists. It is one of the longest museums in Spain. One of the most admired works of contemporary architecture , the building has been hailed as a "signal moment in the architectural culture", because it represents "one of those rare moments when critics, academics, and the general public were all completely united about something", according to architectural critic Paul Goldberger.

In , the Basque government suggested to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation that it would fund a Guggenheim museum to be built in Bilbao 's decrepit port area, once the city's main source of income. In exchange, the Foundation agreed to manage the institution, rotate parts of its permanent collection through the Bilbao museum and organize temporary exhibitions.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation selected Frank Gehry as the architect, and its director, Thomas Krens , encouraged him to design something daring and innovative. When the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao opened to the public in , it was immediately hailed as one of the world's most spectacular buildings in the style of Deconstructivism although Gehry does not associate himself with that architectural movement , [12] a masterpiece of the 20th century.

The remaining nine galleries are irregularly shaped and can be identified from the outside by their swirling organic forms and titanium cladding. The building was constructed on time and budget, which is rare for architecture of this type. In an interview in Harvard Design Magazine , Gehry explained how he did it. First, he ensured that what he calls the " organization of the artist " prevailed during construction, to prevent political and business interests from interfering with the design.

Second, he made sure he had a detailed and realistic cost estimate before proceeding. Third, he used computer visualizations produced by Rick Smith employing Dassault Systemes ' CATIA V3 software [18] [19] and collaborated closely with the individual building trades to control costs during construction.

This museum is a colossal construction, which used more than 25, tons of concrete, or 10, cubic meters, that is why it requires deep and solid foundations.

The foundation was laid on reinforced concrete piles driven into the bedrock at an average depth of 14 meters. In total, pilings were driven to anchor the building to the ground. The building is clear thanks to the walls, specially treated to protect the interior from the effects of the sun. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces.

It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure. The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity. It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found.

Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

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With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff. Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O. Consult everything you need to know about current and upcoming exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.

City: Bilbao, Spain ,. Section: Museums , Architecture and Culture ,. TAGS: Exhibition ,. Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1. Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Return to general data. E-mail: informacion guggenheim-bilbao. James way The Ignatian Way. Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao.

The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A. The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism. Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different.

Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons.

Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A. Dassault Systemes' Press Releases. Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June The Plan Journal.

Digital Fabrication in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. New York: Springer.

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Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. Exhibitions[edit]. The museum notably houses "large-scale, site-specific works and installations by contemporary artists", such as. Consult everything you need to know about current and upcoming exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.

The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum , in addition to exhibitions, also houses concerts, festivals, conferences, screenings and workshops. The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1. Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. Return to general data. E-mail: informacion guggenheim-bilbao. The museum was opened as part of a revitalization effort for the city of Bilbao. The building was featured in the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough in the pre-title sequence and the Tamil film Sivaji , in which it is the setting for the music video of the song "Style", composed by A.

The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism. Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different.

Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons. Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A. Dassault Systemes' Press Releases. Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June The Plan Journal. Digital Fabrication in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.

New York: Springer. Retrieved October 13, Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again. Related Articles: Architecture and Culture. Related Articles: Frank Gehry.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Exhibitions. Two women stand in the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. Exhibitions[edit]. The museum notably houses "large-scale, site-specific works and installations by contemporary artists", such as.

Related Articles: Exhibition. The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again. Related Articles: Architecture and Culture. Related Articles: Frank Gehry. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, exhibitions and record-breaking visitor numbers.

Related Articles: Bilbao, Spain. Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture.

Stay in touch with the protagonists of architecture, Subscribe to the Floornature Newsletter. Basque pelota and the sea. Shepherd for a day. Themed leaflets. Responsible tourism. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum.

Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world.

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Read One of the most iconic museums in Europe the Guggenheim in Bilbao designed by architect Frank O. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Gift, The Robert of exhibitions through at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, please visit. With regards the permanent exhibitions, the following pieces stand out in particular: Richard Serra's The Matter of Time, Jenny Holzer's Installation for Bilbao, Jeff.

City: Bilbao, Spain ,. Section: Museums , Architecture and Culture ,. TAGS: Exhibition ,. Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. Situate yourself. The permanent collection includes basically works of art of the most prominent artists of the second half of the 20th century, which is supplemented by exhibits lent by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and special programmes sponsored by the Foundation. Besides, some of the rooms are devoted to monographic exhibitions while others accommodate works specifically commissioned for the museum.

Contemporary Basque and Spanish State art is also represented through a selection of works, which consist of new acquisitions to the museum's permanent collection. They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world.

The so-called "Bilbao effect" refers to how the museum transformed the city. The term, however, has also been employed by critics who have denounced the museum as a symbol of gentrification and cultural imperialism. Art critic Brian O'Doherty was positive about approaching the building but criticized the museum's interior effect, saying "[O]nce you get indoors things are a little different.

Even the so-called site-specific works didn't look too happy to me. Most of the interior spaces are too vast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Art museum in Bilbao, Spain. Tulips by Jeff Koons. Vanity Fair. Retrieved July 22, Retrieved August 18, The New York Times. New York: Alfred A. Dassault Systemes' Press Releases. Retrieved August 3, Retrieved Architect : June The Plan Journal.

Digital Fabrication in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. New York: Springer. Retrieved October 13, Frank Gehry. Eisenhower Memorial proposed.

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Past exhibition. Bilbao Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Masterpieces of the Kunsthalle Bremen: From Delacroix to Beckmann. Featuring 19th- and 20th-​century. Consult everything you need to know about current and upcoming exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Gift, The Robert of exhibitions through at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, please visit.

Section: Museums , Architecture and Culture ,. TAGS: Exhibition ,. Other photos Related Articles: Exhibition. The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again.

They provide a large view of the most up-to-date art tendencies. The Guggenheim Bilbao boasts its own, singular collection, and also compliments the other Guggenheim institutions' collections throughout the world. The Guggenheim Bilbao Museum , in addition to exhibitions, also houses concerts, festivals, conferences, screenings and workshops.

The Museum will be closed on December 25 and January 1. Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram. Home Museums Guggenheim Bilbao Museum.

Guggenheim Bilbao Museum. In an interview in Harvard Design Magazine , Gehry explained how he did it. First, he ensured that what he calls the " organization of the artist " prevailed during construction, to prevent political and business interests from interfering with the design.

Second, he made sure he had a detailed and realistic cost estimate before proceeding. Third, he used computer visualizations produced by Rick Smith employing Dassault Systemes ' CATIA V3 software [18] [19] and collaborated closely with the individual building trades to control costs during construction. This museum is a colossal construction, which used more than 25, tons of concrete, or 10, cubic meters, that is why it requires deep and solid foundations.

The foundation was laid on reinforced concrete piles driven into the bedrock at an average depth of 14 meters.

In total, pilings were driven to anchor the building to the ground. The building is clear thanks to the walls, specially treated to protect the interior from the effects of the sun. The glass of the windows has also been treated to prevent light from damaging the exposed pieces. It is clad in titanium plates, arranged in scales, on a galvanized steel structure. The Museum's exterior skin is made of 33, [21] titanium plates, a material that has been used to replace copper or lead because of their toxicity.

It was during this research process that tests were started on titanium samples and the best treatment was found. Its lamination process is delicate and has to be done in places with high energy sources, that's why the laminated parts were made in Pittsburgh , in the United States , the rolling allowed to obtain titanium plates only 0.

Moreover, titanium is about half the weight of steel, indeed, the museum's titanium coating represents only 60 tons. During the conception, the pieces were designed to resist the bad weather, that is why a quilted rather than undulated shape was privileged, to resist the wind, and to avoid vibrations during storms. Titanium is a low-polluting material, and each part has been designed differently according to its orientation on the building, so they correspond perfectly with the curves desired by Frank Gehry.

Essentially, this software calculates point by point the stresses to which materials are subjected, by generating a 3D model showing the different tensions and allowing the values of many structural elements of the museum to be calculated: the steel structure, titanium cladding or foundations, among others.

It also helped to automate the cutting of materials such as stone or titanium plates. The architects applied Master Modeling and Virtual Build Processes they learned from Rick Smith [22] [23] and his use of the same techniques on the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the previous two years. He further relays that Bilbao "was the first building for which CATIA played a role in almost every aspect of the design and construction process".

The exhibitions change often; the museum generally hosts thematic exhibitions, centered for example on Chinese or Russian art. The highlight of the collection, and its only permanent exhibit, is The Matter of Time incorporating an earlier work, Snake , a series of weathering steel sculptures designed by Serra, which is housed in the meter Arcelor Gallery formerly known as the Fish Gallery but renamed in for the steel manufacturer that sponsored the project.

When the museum announced the exhibition "The Luminous Interval", a show of artwork belonging to Greek businessman Dimitris Daskalopoulos , who is also a museum trustee, this met with criticism of, among other things, too much curatorial power for a serious benefactor. Puppy by Jeff Koons in front of the museum.

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