After Numerous Delays, the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Debut Is Scheduled for 2026

Abu Dhabi Debut Is Scheduled for 2026

Despite the numerous protests and delays due to the pandemic situation, the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi will first open its doors for visitors in 2026. The project was first announced 20 years ago.

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Richard Armstrong planned the original opening for 2012, which was then postponed to 2017. But in 2019, the pandemic hit the world and the construction was delayed again. Then, Guggenheim’s director announced a new 2022 or ’23 date.

On the island, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which was founded in 2017, takes place. The opening of the Zayed National Museum dedicated to the United Arab Emirates’s founder is also planned, as well as two other museums.

Guggenheim faced a series of public demonstrations on site of New York’s museum. The pressure stopped in 2016, and the protest movement has been almost quiet in recent years.

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