The stars—both the art world and Hollywood variety—came out for last night’s Guggenheim International Gala. The event raised $2.7 million to support the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and honored the director Richard Armstrong, who is retiring in 2023 after 15 years in the post.
Prior to a seated dinner courtesy of vaunted chef Rōze Traore, guests toured the exhibition “Alex Katz: Gathering” and were treated to a performance by singer Norah Jones.
Attendees included star Alexandra Daddario, ’s Thuso Mbedu, Rachel Brosnahan, Nina Dobrev, Maye Musk, Amelie Zilber, Nicole Warne, and artists Angel Otero, Sarah Sze, Hank Willis Thomas, Mickalene Thomas, Jeff Koons, Peter Marino, Christopher Wool, Rashid Johnson, and Nick Cave.
This was the 10th anniversary of Doir’s partnership with the museum for the fundraiser, and many attendees were decked out the luxury label’s couture.
Here are some views of the glamorous evening.
Norah Jones performs onstage during the 2022 Guggenheim International Gala on November 9. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images.
Actor Thuso Mbedu. Courtesy of BFA.
Lawyer Alexis Hoag-Fordjour and artist Derek Fordjour. Courtesy of BFA.
Athlete Shaun White and actor Nina Dobrev. Courtesy of BFA.
Artist Rashid Johnson and journalist Don Lemon. Photo: BFA.
Curator Maria Nicanor. Photo: BFA.
Actor Isabela Merced. Photo: BFA
Artist Mickalene Thomas. Photo: BFA
Artist Sanford Biggers and guest. Photo: BFA
Advisor Nazy Nazhand, and artists Rashid Johnson and Sheree Hovsepian. Photo: BFA.
Model Amelie Zilber. Photo: BFA.
Actor Nina Dobrev. Photo: BFA.
Christian Serratos. Photo: BFA
Christian Dior’s senior VP of communication Marisa Pucci. Photo: BFA.
Chef Rōze Traore, Guggenheim trustee Wendy Fisher, and director Richard Armstrong. Photo: BFA.
Model Maye Musk and actor Rachel Brosnahan. Photo: BFA.
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