"'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

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]

"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

"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." [

Neue Galerie Design Shop's Daphne Napkin Collection by Madeline Weinrib is featured in the New York Times.

Neue Galerie Design Shop's golden halo plate by Michele Oka Doner and Josef Hoffmann 

"Frances Palmer’s new charm boxes were inspired by a 2002 show of the work of the Austrian decorative artist Dagobert Peche at the Neue Galerie New York, the Manhattan museum specializing in early-20th-century Austrian and German art." [

"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." [

Neue Galerie Design Shop's Josef Hoffmann's Candle Holder and Vase is featured in The Wall Street Journal.

"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]