Tag Archives: Frick Collection


Kimmelman: Expanding the Frick Could Be a Mistake

In today’s New York Times, the paper’s architecture critic Michael Kimmelman presents his argument against the Frick Collection’s plan to expand. The renovation in question would involve opening the Upper East Side museum’s second floor to the public and transforming … Read More


Istanbul’s Tribute to the Frick

With Thomas Krens as adviser and Zaha Hadid as architect, a Turkish couple prepares to launch a major new museum
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The Frick’s High-Tech, Old Master Remix

A digital artwork in an unexpected setting brings a classic still life to life Read More

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Leaving the Frick behind: Colin B. Bailey. BILL ZEMANEK.

Bringing up Bailey: New Chief at FAMSF

Colin Bailey talks about his new job as head of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, how museums should use the Web, and what he misses about the Frick Read More


‘You Had to Have a Veronese’

A survey at the Ringling chronicles the career of the Renaissance painter American collectors coveted Read More

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, 1883,  oil on canvas,  715⁄8" x 385⁄8".

Seduction is Afoot

‘Renoir, Impressionism, and Full-Length Painting’ at the Frick Collection Read More

Looking at Art

Floating in Space

Goya captioned a drawing of a couple suspended in the air 'joy'—but the true meaning of the picture is not so certain. Read More