Guggenheim Releases Books and Catalogs from Archives for Free
The design blog Imprint has shared amazing news for the art-inclined among us: "The Guggenheim Museum digitized a ton of its out-of-print publications and is offering them free. This is a treasure of art literature as well as great book cover design," they write. Looking through, we've also noticed that——in addition to books like Art of Tomorrow: Fourty-One Reproductions from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation for Non-Objective Painting (1940); Oskar Kokoschka, Works on Paper: The Early Years, 1897–1917;
Jacques Villon, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Marcel Duchamp (1957); and much more——Guggenheim has also got several essays available as (not gratis) ebooks. Visit it all here.