Experience a unique presentation of highlights from our permanent collection, now on view in an entirely new way at Frick Madison. The nearby Breuer building on 75th Street currently serves as our temporary home during the renovation of our buildings. Enjoy the Frick’s paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts, reframed in this distinctive, iconic setting. Organized chronologically and by region, this critically acclaimed presentation allows for fresh juxtapositions and new insights.
Propagazioni: Giuseppe Penone at Sèvres
March 17, 2022 to August 28, 2022
This installation by Giuseppe Penone (b. 1947), a key figure in the Arte Povera movement, marks the public debut of objects created during a collaboration with the Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory. Penone’s works can be seen in dialogue with the Frick’s rich holdings in the medium.
The Eveillard Gift
October 13, 2022 to February 26, 2023
This exhibition presents a remarkable promised gift of European works on paper. Along with figurative sketches, independent studies, and portraits are two vivid landscape scenes. Artists include Boucher, Caillebotte, Degas, Fragonard, Goya, Sargent, and Vigée Le Brun.
Olafur Eliasson and Claude Monet
October 20, 2022 to January 22, 2023
The Frick presents an installation inspired by the acclaimed Diptych publication series. In conjunction with a book focused on Claude Monet’s Vétheuil in Winter, the Frick shows a work created for the occasion by Olafur Eliasson (b. 1967, Denmark) alongside the Monet painting, one of the museum’s few Impressionist works.
The Gregory Gift
February 16, 2023 to July 9, 2023
A remarkable gift of fine and decorative works of art was bequeathed to the Frick by Alexis Gregory (1936–2020) and is shown as a group for the first time in this exhibition. The eclectic assemblage includes pastels, enamels, clocks, and objects made of metal, enamel, and hardstone.
Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick
September 21, 2023 to January 7, 2024
This 2023 presentation celebrates the remarkable figurative work of Barkley L. Hendricks (1945–2017) through a focused selection of portraiture drawn from private and public collections. This pioneering American artist, who counted the Frick among his favorite museums, continues to inspire artists and designers today.