Although Frank Lloyd Wright originally envisioned the Guggenheim as nothing more than a shrine to architectural ingenuity (he planned that visitors would slide down the spiraling floor in something like shopping carts), Peggy Guggenheim eventually got her way. Works by Klees, Mondrian and Kandinsky are the focus. Visitors prefer looking to cavalierly rolling by.
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