"Like Keats, Hank Williams and Kurt Cobain, the Austrian painter Egon Schiele was an artist who never made it out of his 20s.
"He was a real bad boy — revered by some, reviled by others — who worked hard, died young and rocked the staid world of Viennese painting." [Read the article]
Tracy Zwick interviews "Egon Schiele: Portraits" curator Alessandra Comini. [Read the article]
Neue Galerie Design Shop's Annabelle Selldorf silver-plated brass shakers are featured in the latest issue of Departures.
The Neue Galerie Design Shop's Madeline Weinrib umbrella was featured in the September issue of Architectural Digest.
"In March, shortly after the Neue Galerie in New York opened its exhibition “Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937,” lines were forming outside the ornate Fifth Avenue mansion the museum calls home." [
"Artists are often dismissed as peripheral to society. Yet they continue on their way, attending to the path of their own visions.
Watch the segment on Degenerate Art and our current exhibition here.
"Even on the coolest mornings, the long and patient lines of people outside the Neue Galerie, a small gem of a New York museum, have testified to the unintended consequences of Adolf Hitler’s dictatorial tastes in art." [
The Neue Galerie’s newly opened — and thrilling — “Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937” is not just another show of expressionist art. [read the article]