Wednesday, February 17, 2021

The Frick at Your Fingertips: Biweekly Highlights

This past week, we announced that Frick Madison, the temporary new home of The Frick Collection, will open to the public on Thursday, March 18. The New York Times reported on the exciting news.

At Frick Madison, visitors will rediscover the Frick’s treasures reframed in Marcel Breuer’s iconic building. Advance tickets will become available for online purchase this Friday, February 19, at Become a member to experience this must-see art event during Member Preview Days, beginning March 4.

The Frick will continue to offer online programs this spring. Read on for a roundup of upcoming online events and offerings.



Online Programs

Exterior of Breuer building

Using the Library

Join Suz Massen, Associate Chief Librarian for Access, for one of a series of webinars that outline all you need to know about visiting the Frick Art Reference Library’s reading room at Frick Madison.


Photograph of the book "Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman"

Bibliography of BIPOC Artists, Collectors, and Dealers

The library has launched a new public tool that makes materials in its collections on BIPOC artists, collectors, and dealers more discoverable.


Oil painting of a seated woman in a white dress wearing a headpiece of white flowers

Cocktails with a Curator

Antico’s Hercules
Friday, February 19, 5:00 p.m.
David’s Comtesse Daru
Friday, February 26, 5:00 p.m


Rewatch past episodes anytime on YouTube.

Black and white photo of a young married couple in 1882

Portraits from a Marriage

The first known photos of the newly married Henry and Adelaide Frick weren't taken until two weeks after the couple’s wedding. Discover these images in a blog post by Archivist Julie Ludwig.


Film still from "Invisible Man"

From Our Friends:
Ghetto Film School

Watch the virtual screening of the newest student-produced short film, Invisible Man, released as part of the ongoing Frick Film Project. The video includes a Q&A with the filmmakers.


Get the Frick Mobile Guide

Take a deeper dive into select works of art, listen to audio guides by curators, and more on the Bloomberg Connects app.