News

Meet Heinrich Kuehn, the subject of our upcoming exhibition, Heinrich Kuehn and His American Circle: Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen, and of the cover story of the March/April issue of The Magazine Antiques. [read more]
 

15 March 2012,

Design Shop Viennese Picnic Set wins Travel + Leisure Magazine 2012 Design Award for Best Outdoor Accessory. Click here to view the slideshow.
 

21 February 2012,

Mieke ten Have, Associate Style Editor at Elle Décor, selects the Frances Palmer vase as her contribution to the elledecor.com staff holiday wish list, praising it as "both refined and organic." Click here to view the slideshow.

13 December 2010,

SundayArts, Channel 13's weekly broadcast focusing on New York art and culture, features the ongoing Neue Galerie exhibition "Selections from the Permanent Collection." Click here to watch the video of the segment.

13 December 2010,

SundayArts, Channel 13's weekly broadcast focusing on New York art and culture, returns to the Neue Galerie to view "Franz Xaver Messerschmidt: From Neoclassicism to Expressionism." Click here to watch the video of the segment.

13 December 2010,

SundayArts, Channel 13's weekly broadcast focusing on the world of New York art and culture, visits the Neue Galerie exhibition, "Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte." Click here to watch the video of the segment.

2 December 2010,

Deborah Feller is both a clinical social worker and a visual artist. She draws on her background in both areas to give a nuanced interpretation of Messerschmidt's psychological struggles and arresting sculpture. [Read more]

20 November 2010,

The Neue Galerie is delighted to announce that its exhibition "Otto Dix" has been nominated for a 2010 Rob Pruitt Art Award in the category of best solo show of the year held in a museum. Click here to view all the nominees.

20 November 2010,

Writes Mario Naves, "Loathe as I am to perpetuate the myth that creativity and madness are inherently linked, madness does play a vital part in fueling the unnerving intensity of Franz Xaver Messerschmidt’s 'character heads.'" [Read more]

20 November 2010,

Much has been written on Messerschmidt's (arguable) madness, but perhaps not enough on his materials....When it comes to representing mental anguish, he showed that it's better to use materials less identified with the fine arts. [Read more]

20 November 2010,