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

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

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

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." [

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]

Intimately scaled and seductively curated. [read the article]

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]

Turns out Adele Bloch-Bauer wasn’t the only golden gal in Gustav Klimt’s life.

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]

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]