"The concussive force of the works on display at the Neue Galerie may bring the renown that [Gerstl] richly deserves." [read the article]


18 July 2017

New York Times critic Will Heinrich describes "Alexei Jawlensky" as poignant, illuminating, generously curated, and imaginatively designed. [read the article]


10 March 2017

"Jawlensky’s art may be considered a life-long meditation on the process of change in his personal life." [read the article]


02 March 2017

The Beautiful and the Unexpected: New Yorker art critic Peter Schjeldahl's review of Alexei Jawlensky, a "flavorsome retrospective" for an artist whose work is "at once rousingly far-out and reassuringly accessible." [read the article]


21 February 2017

That said, the 11 life-size portraits at the heart of the show are fascinating to look at and, with help from the catalog, to think about. [read the article]

27 October 2016

Intimately scaled and seductively curated. [read the article]

27 October 2016

A second painting of Adele Bloch-Bauer joins the museum’s renowned portrait in of nearly a dozen portraits of women by Klimt on view. [read the article]

27 October 2016

Turns out Adele Bloch-Bauer wasn’t the only golden gal in Gustav Klimt’s life. Though she was the only one he rendered twice, the painter, who liked to go commando under his artist’s smock, depicted a galaxy of well-heeled lovelies. [read the article]

27 October 2016

A new exhibit at Neue Galerie New York showcases portraits of six women whose stories are as vivid as Klimt’s pastel brushstrokes. [read the article]

27 October 2016

Adele Bloch-Bauer was an avid art patron at the centre of Vienna’s cultural life. And when she sat for a portrait by Gustav Klimt, she was transformed into an icon, writes Kimberly Bradley. [read the article]

27 October 2016