The mission of the Neue Galerie New York is to collect, preserve, research, and exhibit fine and decorative art of Germany and Austria from the first half of the twentieth century.
Very very small gallery but the Woman in Gold is worth it. Head over on free Friday nights between 6-8pm. Not a large crowd and no wait to get in.
Very nice gallery, but small.
Beautiful building. 3rd story exhibits are a little cramped -- they have wall hangings all the way up to the ceilings; makes it hard to see
Will visit here when I travel to NY every time
Head to the lower level for a selfie op with a full-sized reproduction of Klimpt's portrait of Adele
Beautiful building, see Climt's works and other selected Austrian artists
Not very big, but Klimt's portrait of Adele is worth the visit
The woman in gold painting makes worthy the trip there. Just six paintings in the gallery as today.
The Klimt exhibition is great.
Fantastic exhibit on the woman in gold!
Ita was closed.
Stand in line around 4:30-5 on Fridays for the shortest wait - about 60-75 minutes
Free 1st Friday of every month otherwise $20
Beautiful little museum designed by the same guy who built Frick. Only a couple floors means you don't need all day to see it. Free audio tour.
The line, when starting at the neighboring apartment bldg,is 25min till you get inside. No children under 12, & not food/liquids.
Small, but outstanding collection. Visit the cafe while you are there. Feels like you are in Vienna.
Klimt and Schiele. Student discount($10) with ID.
The Neue Galerie features early twentieth century German and Austrian art and design and has a feel of a residence rather than a museum. It also houses Cafe Sabarsky, a Viennese coffee house.
Great gallery. Awesome Vienna style cafe.
Free admission from 6pm to 8pm every first Friday of the month.
It's rare to find a space that tells such a cohesive story with so little effort
For the uninitiated, visit here for the Central European tradition of fine art. Go beyond Paris.
Catch the Egon Schiele show immediately.
No children allowed
Currently showing egon Schiele (til 1/17). Great show and beautiful bldg and permanent installations
Egon Schiele. The cafe is fantastic.
small but a great collection.
Very very small museum
Came for the Degenerate Art exhibition. The gallery was crowded but worth the visit. Students could get a discounted price of $10. Great selection at the book shop.
Current Exhibition: Degenerate Art -- check it out before it's gone.
"Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937" through 1 September 2014
Recently went for my 1st time to see the Degenerate Art exhibit. It's a small but excellent museum. Definitely worth visiting! Security is strict about certain things, only b/c the spaces are narrow.
A gem of a museum. Something truly special in a city full of great museums. I can't get the Klimt of Adele Bloch-Bauer out of my head. The clocks and decorative arts also delight.
No pictures, no bags, no touching...
Filled with twentieth century German and Austrian art, the small museum attracts fewer tourists than its Museum Mile counterparts, but maintains the same level of pedigree.
Housed in a 1914 mansion, this German-Austrian museum plays host to "Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937." Wrap up with a linzertorte at Café Sabarsky. Thur-Mon: 11am-6pm
Don't come with water/juice bottles as they don't let you bring it in but won't keep them at the door. Otherwise amazing.
Degenerate Art was very interesting. Note that the final room is one floor down from the main exhibition, past a room full of Klimt.
Cafe Sabarsky is lovely and the museum is open until 8pm for first friday.
Free Admission for Bloomberg employees
There are many seismographs throughout the gallery.
A little pricey for a small museum, but an absolute must-see for anyone who appreciates early 20th Century German and Austrian art. The building alone is almost worth the price of admission.
The Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I is undoubtedly the most impressive painting I've ever seen in my life... The Neue Galerie is a must visit place in New York City
Save the $20 admission fee for the cafe. The first Friday of the month is free.
A wonderful smaller gallery with some incredible art
Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday
Nice German and Austrian art museum!
klimt and schiele! they also have a lovely cafe, but the line is often out the door...
Check out an audio guide handset for free at the ticketing counter!