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Take a Virtual Tour of New York’s Museum District

Take a Virtual Tour of New York’s Museum District

With the Metropolitan Museum shut during its anniversary, our critic strolls with a historian along a posh stretch of Fifth Avenue called Museum Mile.

The Unstable Artist Who Helped Invent Expressionism

The Neue Galerie’s mesmerizing survey of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner reveals the genius behind the shocking surface. (Don’t blame absinthe.)
Modernism Reboots at the Museums

Modernism Reboots at the Museums

Our critic hails the return of MoMA, and nine ambitious autumn art shows.
Beat the Heat With These 10 Must-See Art Shows

Beat the Heat With These 10 Must-See Art Shows

Find a cool reprieve — and endless stimulation — at these exhibitions in New York City.

Looking Good Is Not the Point: What Artists Bare in Self-Portraits

More than 30 painters examine themselves with unsparing honesty in a show of self-portraits bookended by Egon Schiele and Max Beckmann.
Critic’s Pick: German Artists Who Blazed a Path Cut Short by War

Critic’s Pick: German Artists Who Blazed a Path Cut Short by War

August Macke’s “Four Girls” (1913), left, and Franz Marc’s “Horse and Donkey” (1912) are on view in a new show about both painters at the Neue Galerie in Manhattan.

100 Years On, What Does It Say That We’re Still Censoring Egon Schiele’s Nudes?

A slew of campaign images make their debut in New York this week to promote a spate of Schiele shows. But you won't see them the full images—they're apparently as risqué now as they were in the early

The Final, Shocking Self-Portrait of Richard Gerstl

Alex Ross writes about the tumultuous life of Richard Gerstl, an Austrian painter whose work is the subject of a forthcoming exhibition at the Neue Galerie.
Documenta 14: Learning From Athens, Learning From Crisis

Documenta 14: Learning From Athens, Learning From Crisis

You don’t need to go to Kassel, Germany to know that the world seems on shaky ground. But this year’s documenta exhibition, “Learning From Athens,” nails home that idea, nonetheless. That’s quite