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Permanent Collection - The Peggy Guggenheim Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is the most important museum in Italy for European and American art of the first half of the 20th century.

Permanent Collection
The collection includes masterpieces of Cubism, Futurism, Metaphysical painting, European and Russian Abstraction, Surrealism, and American Abstract Expressionism. Among the artists represented are Picasso (The Poet, On the Beach), Braque, Duchamp (Sad Young Man on a Train), Léger, Brancusi (Bird in Space), Severini, Balla, Delaunay, Kupka, Picabia (Very Rare Picture on the Earth), Mondrian, Kandinsky (Landscape with Red Spots No.2), Arp, Miró (Seated Woman II), Giacometti (Walking Woman), Klee (Magic Garden), Ernst, Magritte (Empire of Light), Dalí, Pollock (Moon Woman, Alchemy), Rothko, Calder, Moore, and Marini.

Patsy R. and Raymond D. Nasher Sculpture Garden
The sculpture garden presents works loaned by the Raymond D. and Patsy R. Nasher Sculpture Collection, Dallas, as well as sculptures from Peggy Guggenheim’s collection, and includes sculptures by Ernst, Giacometti, Moore, Arp, Richier, Caro, Merz, Duchamp-Villon, Minguzzi, Gilardi, and Takis.

Gianni Mattioli Collection
Since September 1997 the museum is exhibiting masterpieces on long-term loan from the Gianni Mattioli Collection, including legendary images of Italian Futurism such as Boccioni’s Materia and Dynamism of a Cyclist, Carrà’s Interventionist Demonstration, Russolo’s The Solidity of Fog, and other works by Balla, Severini (Blue Dancer), Sironi, Soffici, Rosai, Depero, Morandi and Modigliani.

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