The Frick at Your Fingertips
From our end-of-week Cocktails with a Curator to our hot-off-the-press coloring pages to music performances by our Community and Cultural Partners at the Mannes School of Music, the Frick is here to keep you entertained and connected to the collection all summer long.
Enjoy more ways to connect to The Frick Collection now on the Bloomberg Connects app! Virtually explore your favorite Frick galleries, take a deeper dive into select works of art, listen to audio guides by curators, and much more.
In the latest episode of Travels with a Curator, journey with Xavier F. Salomon, Deputy Director and Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator, to the Japanese Palace in Dresden, Germany, the intended home for the Frick's Great Bustard, gifted to the Collection by Henry H. Arnhold.
Did you know that the Frick Art Reference Library played a pivotal role in the protection of monuments and treasures during World War II? As we commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the end of the war this summer, learn more about this important moment in the Frick's history in an online exhibition.
If you could have your portrait made by any artist, who would you choose? For Emerson Bowyer, Searle Associate Curator of European Painting and Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago, the answer is easy: Ingres. In the newest episode of Frick Five, join Curator Aimee Ng as she poses five questions to Emerson, a friend and former Frick colleague.