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"The German Expressionism show at the Neue Galerie is small but beautifully mounted, and it carries a big punch. Walking into the first room, where the midnight blue walls are covered with spotlighted, brilliantly colored paintings, is like walking into a box of jewels." [Read the artcile]

11 June 2015,

According to Tory Burch, “The Neue Galerie, rich textures and colors, [and] Gustav Klimt … inspired our Fall 2013 collection.” Click here to view a slideshow of Burch’s A/W 2013 Ready-to-Wear Collection, via Women’s Wear Daily.

12 June 2015,

For London’s Fashion Week, L’Wren Scott debuted her Allegory of Love Collection for Autumn/Winter 2013. In the show notes, the designer revealed her inspiration: “Dreaming of decadence. Gustav Klimt during the Golden Period using Adele [Bloch-]Bauer acting as the muse.” [View the slideshow or read the New York Times article]

11 June 2015,

"German Expressionism was a messy, complicated movement, with numerous stylistic and philosophical variations." [Read the article]

 

12 June 2015,

Cool Hunting visited "German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces of the Neue Galerie Collection" and "German and Austrian Decorative Arts: The Harry C. Sigman Gift" on the opening night. [Read the article]
 

12 June 2015,

"The air of perversion, with its prostitutes, piggish industrialists, tortured souls and general depravity, is why the German Expressionist show at Neue Galerie is so appealing." [Read more]
 

12 June 2015,

The Huffington Post is looking forward to "German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces from the Neue Galerie Collection," which opens on February 7.

 

12 June 2015,

The New York Times' Carol Vogel looks ahead to the opening of our Winter exhibitions: "German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces from the Neue Galerie Collection" and "German and Austrian Decorative Arts from Jugendstil to the Bauhaus."
 

12 June 2015,

According to Barrymore Laurence Scherer of the Wall Street Journal the exhibition "Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity" is "a revelation as well as a pleasure." [read more]
 

12 June 2015,

Ken Johnson of The New York Times calls our current exhibition "Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity" "exceptionally touching." Please click here to read the complete review.
 

12 June 2015,