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The Guggenheim Museum is highlighting the work of some of the visionaries who shaped its collection, using the occasion to note immigrants' contributions to American art weeks after the U.S. president signed a travel ban.Paintings and sculpture acquisitions by immigrant art dealer Karl Nierendorf, as well as those of two other Guggenheim contemporaries – German-born artist Hilla Rebay and Katherine Dreier – are on display for this tribute to the Guggenheim Foundation's eight decades of support for radical experimentation in art.These collectors held many works by European artists, including Marcel Duchamp, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso and Vasily Kandinsky, the Russian painter whose art is at the heart of the Guggenheim collection, which holds 150 pieces.
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