Drawn from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s extensive holdings of 20th-century masterworks and presented in its landmark Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building—itself hailed one of the greatest architectural achievements of the 20th century—From Picasso to Pollock: Classics of Modern Art highlights the history of the aesthetic vanguard from early Modernism through Abstract Expressionism. For this exhibition, Wright’s visionary building is presented as he intended: as a haven for spiritual and artistic contemplation. Baring the original ivory-colored, curved walls and allowing natural light to stream in from the oculus, the museum is once again, as the architect stated, “a space in which to view the painter’s creation truthfully.” With distinctive focus yet remarkable comprehensiveness, From Picasso to Pollock unites the major artists and developments of the first half of the 20th century through significant examples of non-objective, Cubist, Surrealist, Expressionist, and Abstract Expressionist painting and sculpture. Featuring more than 100 works spanning six decades, this exhibition provides a unique opportunity to view the Guggenheim’s exceptional collection in great depth.