The Guggenheim was the most amazing feeling building that I have ever been in. It’s almost like it is made ice cream cake frosting, it is so white and smooth, rounded but still heavy. If you walked up the curving ramp, but instead of looking at the art work you looked forward you got vertigo from all the angles of the wall and floor. When at the top it almost looks like an optical illusion when you look back down at all the other levels and you see the people all walking in different directions. But somehow, with all of these distractions it still works really well as an gallery.
The show in the main gallery was by the artist Lee Ufan who’s work is reminiscent of Joseph Beuys work. I also go to see some Kandinsky works in the flesh which was very exciting as he is one of my favourite painters. And I got to see $100 000 American $1 bills attached to the walls of a gallery in Hans-Peter Feldmann. It was pure horror not being able to take a photo.