Guggenheim Museum Lays Off 24 Workers, Citing Ongoing Losses

The Guggenheim Museum in New York (via Christopher Kemp/Flickr) The Guggenheim Museum in New York laid off 24 of its staff today, September 16. An additional eight employees who accepted voluntary separation packages will end their employment at the museum on September 30. “We have leaned into all the options we have available to us,Continue reading “Guggenheim Museum Lays Off 24 Workers, Citing Ongoing Losses”

In a New Book, Scholar Arlene Dávila Writes About the Invisibility of Latinx Art in the Market

The art market is one of the attention-getting elements of the art world, but a new book focuses on a part of the market that is often invisible. Latinx Art: Artists/Markets/Politics by Arlene Dávila—an anthropology professor at New York University and the founder of the school’s Latinx Project—considers why Latinx art continues to be undervaluedContinue reading “In a New Book, Scholar Arlene Dávila Writes About the Invisibility of Latinx Art in the Market”

Guggenheim Employees Call for Removal of Three Top Executives

The Guggenheim Museum in New York (via calamity_sal/Flickr) A group of current and former workers of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York is calling for the immediate resignation or removal of the museum’s top leadership. The group, called A Better Guggenheim, sent a letter to the museum today, September 16, listing allegations of sexism,Continue reading “Guggenheim Employees Call for Removal of Three Top Executives”