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If good things come to those who wait, then New Yorkers will be handsomely rewarded. Times reporter Corey Kilgannon visits the line for free admission during First Fridays at Neue Galerie in an interactive online feature of photographs and interviews. [read the article]

1 October 2015,

Not many paintings get to be the third lead in a film starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, but Gustav Klimt's brilliant, golden Secessionist masterpiece Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer (1907) is just that beautiful. At the Neue Galerie, viewers can learn more about the history of the painting through preparatory sketches, vintage photos, jewelry, and other archival materials. [read the article]

1 October 2015,

On the occasion of the release of the film "Woman in Gold," arts reporter Patti Cohen discusses the improbable odds of a successful art restitution case. [Read the article]

20 May 2015,

Helen Mirren meets with New Yorker contributor Ben Howe to revel in the beauty of Gustav Klimt's iconic portrait, just prior to the release of "Woman in Gold" in U.S. theaters. [Read the article]

20 May 2015,

NY1's Stephanie Simon offers viewers a first look at "Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer: The Woman in Gold," an exhibition devoted to the painting at the center of the historical drama "Woman in Gold." [Watch the segment here]

20 May 2015,

Helen Mirren, who plays Maria Altmann in the moving new historical drama "Woman in Gold," shares insights into her preparation for the role and her thoughts on the tragedy of art theft during WWII. [Watch the segment here]

20 May 2015,

New York correspondent Bernard Shusman interviews "Woman in Gold" director Simon Curtis, attorney Randol Shoenberg, and Janis Staggs, curator of "Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer: The Woman in Gold" at Neue Galerie New York. [Watch the segment here]

20 May 2015,

"Depicting everything from friends and family to prostitutes and prisoners, Egon Schiele’s portraits forcibly evoke the presence of the artist." [Read the article]

8 June 2015,

"Artists like Schiele who are blessed—or cursed?—with the ability to passionately communicate to an audience while simultaneously innovating their medium are few and far between: Kurt Cobain, David Foster Wallace and Jean-Michel Basquiat are a few that come to mind [...]." [Read the article]

8 June 2015,

"The Neue Galerie exhibition of Egon Schiele’s portraits casts an ennobling light on an artist I’ve long considered an overgrown adolescent. Beautifully curated by Alessandra Comini, the show traces his gift for line, cutting neatly through the cloud of theatrical angst he threw up around himself."[Read the article]

8 June 2015,