Reflection of a Frankfurt at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The Guggenheim Museum in New York is the first museum created by the Solomon R. Foundation Guggenheim, dedicated to modern art. Founded in 1937 in Upper East Side, NY. It is the best known of all the museums of the foundation, and is often called simply "The Guggenheim." At first it was called the Museum of non-objective painting, and was founded to showcase avant-garde art of early modern artists as Kandinsky and Mondrian. In 1959 he moved to the place where you are now (corner of 89th Street and 5th Avenue, opposite Central Park), when completed the building designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Solomon did not know whom to choose as an architect for the museum, so he asked the Baroness Hilla von Rebay to choose someone. She chose to Wright because it was the most famous architect of the moment. The building itself became a work of art. From the street, the building looks like a white ribbon wrapped around a cylindrical shape, slightly wider on top than below. Internally, the galleries form a spiral. Thus, the visitor sees the work as you walk through the spiral ramp, like a walk. In 1992 the building was supplemented by attaching a rectangular tower, taller than the original spiral. This modification of Wright's original design generated much controversy. The Wright building has been the victim of some criticisms made by artists who feel that the building overshadows the works displayed there and that is difficult to properly hang paintings. Despite all these facts, it is said that Nathan Handwerker was the one who made them famous hot dogs. The wily German immigrant saved enough money to open his own store this food. Nathan placed large signs advertising their products for half the price of competition and success for 1920 increased with the opening of the Stillwell Subway Station Avenue. Traditionally, hot dogs are made from beef, pork or a combination of both. However, the sausage can vary depending on consumer tastes and preferences. In fact, there are now vegetarian sausages made of meat analogues.