In discussions of twentieth-century art, the term “abstract” is often invoked but rarely defined. The current exhibition, Guggenheim: Full Abstractionat the ING Center in Brussels, is aiming to end this mystery by tracing the roots of the term from both European and American artistic perspectives. By showcasing myriad examples of early abstraction alongside subsequent works that highlight the approach’s evolution, Guggenheim: Full Abstractionoffers new insights into the history of abstract art that are sure to please modern art enthusiasts. The exhibition will remain on view in Belgium until early 2017, but the accompanying catalogue is available now in digital format.