New York’s, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is opening its incredibly stunning archive for the public and it’s free to download.
The museum has expanded its Internet archive in a major way. Released last week, more than 200 contemporary art books and exhibition catalogues have been digitized. So, the users can now find all the publications made available up till now and all of them are completely free of charge. The books are not available only to read, also to download in PDF and ePub formats.
Among the 200+ Guggenheim art books available on the Internet Archive, you’ll find one on a 1977 retrospective of Color Field painter Kenneth Noland and one on the ever-vivid icon-making pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein.
Combined with the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 375,000+ high resolution images of the artworks, you can reach the works of some of the world’s most famous artists without leaving your home.
The Director of Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas P. Campbell said,
Our core mission is to be open and accessible for all who wish to study and enjoy the works of art in our care.
Attainable art is our favourite! So, the art lovers can peruse the complete internet archive from here.