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German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces From the Neue Galerie Collection

Neue Galerie

Through April 22

A little more than 11 years ago, the Neue Galerie, the Upper East Side’s “museum for German and Austrian art,” opened in its elegantly renovated mansion on the corner of 86th Street and Fifth Avenue. The inaugural exhibition was a celebration of the museum’s paintings, drawings, prints, furniture and decorative arts, a sumptuous collection carefully assembled by the founders, Serge Sabarsky

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