News

Olaf Peters, curator of "Degenerate Art" was interviewed by Art in America. [read the article]

10 June 2015,

"Hitler's campaign against 'degenerate' modern art was only the beginning." Lance Esplund reviews "Degenerate Art" for The Wall Street Journal. [read the article]

10 June 2015,

Peter Schjeldahl of the New Yorker visited "'Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937."  [read the article]

10 June 2015,

"'Degenerate Art.' at the Neue Galerie recalls Nazi Censorship" Holland Cotter of The New York Times reviews the spring exhibition "Degenerate Art." [read the article]

10 June 2015,

Carol Vogel of The New York Times looks ahead to the spring exhibition "Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937." [read the article]

10 June 2015,

"Museums like the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and Neue Galerie in New York offer high-end reproductions, exclusive designs and fine jewelry at a range of price points" [read the article]

10 June 2015,

"I’ve been feeling it for a while – something gemütlich is in the air and it’s not just Sacher torte and Tostmann Trachten. A focus on Austria seems to be making the rounds." [read the article]

10 June 2015,

"The main selling point for this exhibition of Kandinsky’s abstractions, just four years after the Guggenheim’s blockbuster, is a reconstruction of a lost mural made for the Juryfreie Kunstschau (jury-free art show) in Berlin in 1922." [read the article]

11 June 2015,

"Stellar works from the Neue’s collection are bolstered by major loans, and the small show presents the artist in relationship to his peers." [read the article]

11 June 2015,

Karen Rosenberg of The New York Times reviews Vasily Kandinsky: From Blaue Reiter to the Bauhaus, 1910-1925. [read the article]

11 June 2015,