Guggenheim Museum – Countryside, The Future AMO/Rem Koolhaas

Rediscover Countryside, The Future, an exhibition by AMO and Rem Koolhaas, exploring radical changes transforming the surface of the world beyond cities. Jason Farago of the New York Times says, “in the last eight months, events have proved the celebrated architect’s premise prescient.”

The rotunda installation presents original research that addresses urgent environmental, political, and socioeconomic issues. Explore curious encounters and stories that intersect with climate change, migration, preservation, and evolution.

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To enjoy our building and exhibitions in an intimate, stress-free setting, all visitors will need to reserve a timed ticket online in advance.

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Questioning the Future: Rem Koolhaas at the Guggenheim

In this video, discover the original research, global collaborations, and innovative exhibition design behind this unparalleled exhibition that has transformed the Guggenheim Museum’s iconic rotunda.

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Countryside, The Future, A UN75 Dialogue in partnership with the Guggenheim

Hosted by Rem Koolhaas and Samir Bantal, this dialogue features panelists Etta Madete, architect and lecturer at University of Nairobi; Linda Nkatha Gichuyia, Department of Architecture, University of Nairobi; Matthew Mazzotta, social practice artist and founder of the Main Idea; and Lenora Ditzler, agricultural systems scientist and Ph.D. candidate at Wageningen University.

Guggenheim Digital Guide
Bloomberg Connects

Explore the Guggenheim with our free Digital Guide, a part of the Bloomberg Connects app. Get it before your visit in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store and discover more about Countryside, The Future and the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building.

Dive Deeper

Learn more in Countryside, A Report, the book accompanying the exhibition. Designed by Irma Boom, this book brings together essays and research from the exhibition’s global contributors. 

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Guggenheim Museum Exhibit Countryside, The Future

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