Completed in 1959, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, one of the greatest architectural gems Frank Lloyd Wright bestowed us, is home to some of the best modern and contemporary art in the world. With its spiraling ramp gallery, it is arguably a museum with the most unique viewing experience. Right now, the cylindrical wonder displays nearly 400 objects from the Italian Futurism movement with a show entitled "Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe." In one of the museum's side galleries, works by New York City public school student artists are on view in the Guggenheim's annual "A Year with Children." It might be impossible to catch all the art in one visit, but if you are ambitious, check out Do It In a Day: How to Make the Most of the Guggenheim in the Least Amount of Time.
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