The books can be downloaded in PDF or ePub formats from the official website of the museum.
If you love art and enjoy reading books, then you are in for an absolute treat as The Guggenheim Museum in New York released more than 200 books about modern art which you can download for free or read them online while under COVID-19 lockdown at home.
The books can be downloaded in PDF or ePub formats from the official website of the museum. An array of downloadable collection also includes catalogues of retrospective art exhibitions on masters like Paul Klee, Robert Rauschenberg, Max Ernst, Francis Bacon, and Mark Rothko.
Art enthusiasts can also dig deeper into the 20th-century Chinese art and the craftsmen of ancient Peru by using these art books and catalogues.
The museum has been digitising its exhibition catalogues and art books, for over half a decade, before publishing them online. Now, while under COVID-19 lockdown or self-isolation, it is a good time to dive into the world of art and history.
Information about important art history and figures with titles like Picasso and the War Years and Expressionism can be found on the official site and archive of The Guggenheim Museum.