Guided by voices: An exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum examines the career of Hilma af Klint

Anna Talley Exhibitions

When the Swedish artist Hilma af Klint died in 1944, a few days shy of her eighty-second birthday, she left more than twelve hundred paintings and drawings, along with some 124 notebooks, sketch pads, and book manuscripts containing approximately twenty-six thousand pages of written notes and reflections.