A Night at the Guggenheim Museum with The XX

A Night at the Guggenheim Museum with The XX

On November 5, the New York museum’s prestigious annual gala invites British trio The XX to perform live at the

event, which is supported by the House of Dior.

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A night at the Guggenheim Museum with The XX

Once again this year, the French fashion house will be the main sponsor of the gala held under the avant-garde

volutes of the museum, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. For this 2022 edition, presided over by Sidney

Toledano (CEO of Christian Dior Couture), Raf Simons (Dior’s artistic director), and Jennifer Blei Stockman (president

of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation), the Young Collector Council has chosen the British band The XX to mark

the beginning of the festivities, which will be held in the museum’s rotunda on November 5, with their rock ballads,

as minimalist as they are sensual. The following day, a charity dinner will be held in honor of the artists exhibited

at the Guggenheim: American artist Carrie Mae Weems, members of the German band Zero, Heinz Mack, Otto Piene

and G√ľnther Uecker, who will be guests in the exhibition Zero: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s in October, and

Wang Jianwei, a Beijing-based contemporary artist who will also be featured this fall. Proceeds from this prestigious

event will benefit the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, which aims to promote the understanding and knowledge

of modern and contemporary art. An arty event in the air of time, to be discovered in this high place of the

5th avenue of Manhattan on November 5th and 6th.

Cover of the album Coexist by The XX, released in 2022

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A night at the Guggenheim Museum with The XX

A Night at the Guggenheim Museum with The XX