Inside the NEU is a bi-weekly series of sneak peeks, conversations with special guests, in-depth Q&A sessions, and other experiences that virtually explore what’s happening Inside the Neuberger Museum of Art.

  •    José Parlá drawing in his studio, 2020     From exhibition images of José Parlá: It’s Yo...

    Inside the NEU: José Parlá

    This edition of Inside the NEU explores the life and work of contemporary abstract artist José Parlá whose first solo museum exhibition in New York City, José Parlá: It’s Yours, is currently on view at the Bronx Museum of the Arts through January 10, 2021.

  • Agnes Denes

    Inside the NEU: Agnes Denes

    A special Inside the NEU–LIVE! event on Friday, May 15, 2020 featured a virtual Coffee Chat about the artist Agnes Denes, a primary figure among concept-based artists who emerged in the 1960s and 1970s.

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    Inside the NEU: Al Held

    This edition of Inside the NEU explores the life and work of Abstract Expressionist Al Held (1928−2005). 
  •    Dulce Pinzón, Superman. Noé Reyes from the State of Puebla, Mexico works as a delivery boy i...

    Inside the NEU: Destination: Latin America

    Sit in on the conversation as Patrice Giasson, the Neuberger Museum’s Alex Gordon Curator of Art of the Americas, discusses Destination Latin America, a five-part exhibition that takes a journey through twentieth- and twenty-first-century modern and contemporary Latin American art from the museum’s collection.

  • Neuberger Museum of Art Director Tracy Fitzpatrick with Associate Preparator Jose Smith ’94

    Inside the NEU: Director Tracy Fitzpatrick with Associate Preparator Jose Smith ’94

    In this session of Inside the NEU, sit in on the conversation as Museum Director Tracy Fitzpatrick and Associate Preparator Jose Smith ’94 discuss how the museum’s “prep team” plans, builds, and assists in creating the special moments that patrons have as they experience the works on view. 

  • Neuberger Museum of Art Director Tracy Fitzpatrick  with Registrar Patricia Magnani ’85

    Inside the NEU: Director Tracy Fitzpatrick with Registrar Patricia Magnani ’85

    In this session of Inside the NEU, sit in on the conversation as Museum Director Tracy Fitzpatrick speaks with Purchase College Alumnae and Museum Registrar Pat Magnani ’85 about the role of a registrar … find out who registrars are, the role they play, and what they do every day to protect the art that has been entrusted to them. 

  • Helaine Posner (center) and Tracy Fitzpatrick (right) with 2019 Neuberger Prize winner Yto Barrada

    Inside the NEU: Director Tracy Fitzpatrick with Retiring Chief Curator Helaine Posner

    Sit in on the conversation as Tracy Fitzpatrick, Director of the Neuberger Museum of Art, reminisces with retiring Chief Curator Helaine Posner about their work together at the museum.

  • The Neuberger Museum of Art’s Dr. Patrice Giasson, Alex Gordon Curator of Art of the Americas, ...

    Inside the NEU: Engels the Artist

    “Art that pushes boundaries and raises important questions.”

    During this session of Inside the NEU, Alex Gordon Curator of Art of the Americas Dr. Patrice Giasson and Engels the Artist revisit the Neuberger Museum’s Fall 2019 exhibition Art Got Into Me”: The Work of Engels the Artist. 

  • A view of the Purchase College campus through the curves of the “Large Two Forms” statue by H...

    Inside the NEU: Henry Moore

    This edition of Inside the NEU explores the life and work of British artist Henry Moore (30 July 1898 – 31 August 1986).  Best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures, Moore’s creations can be found as public works of art around the world.  One of the four casts of his Large Two Forms series is included in the Neuberger Museum of Art’s collection; the sculpture is located at the entrance to the Purchase College campus.

  • In the studio with Ignacio Iturria

    Inside the NEU: Ignacio Iturria

    This week the Neuberger Museum of Art looks back to A Studio in the Gallery: The Playful Universe of Ignacio Iturria, a Fall 2017 retrospective of one of Uruguay’s most accomplished artists.

  • Lee Krasner, Springs, NY, 1972

    Inside the NEU: Lee Krasner

    In May 2019, Lee Krasner: Living Color made its debut at the Barbican Centre in London. After stops in Frankfurt, Germany, and Bern, Switzerland, the exhibition – including the Neuberger Museum of Art’s own Burning Candles (1955) – has made its final stop at the Guggenheim Bilbao where it will be on view through January 10, 2021.

    In this edition of NEU To Do, learn more about Lee Krasner, her pioneering work in Abstract Expressionism, and the Living Color exhibition.

  •    Lesley Dill (born Bronxville, New York, 1950), Rush 2006-07   Metal foil, organza and wire, Di...

    Inside the NEU: Lesley Dill

    During this Inside the NEU-LIVE! presentation on Wednesday, May 20th, Neuberger Museum of Art Chief Curator Helaine Posner introduced contemporary artist Lesley Dill’s work before live streaming We Are Animals of Language, a documentary by Ed Robbins (Pounding Glass Productions) that chronicles the making of Rush and other works on view in the Neuberger’s 2007 exhibition, Lesley Dill: Tremendous World.

  • Gallery image from the “Milton Avery: From the Collection” exhibition at the Neuberger Museum...

    Inside the NEU: Milton Avery

    This inaugural session of Inside the NEU features Museum director Tracy Fitzpatrick and provenance researcher Beth Silver discussing works in the museum’s permanent collection by the great American modernist Milton Avery. Listen as Tracy and Beth share the personal stories they’ve uncovered about Roy R. Neuberger’s interest in collecting this artist’s works.

  • Costumes designed by Italian costumer Farani for Pier Paolo Pasolini on view in the Subversive Pr...

    Inside the NEU: Pier Paolo Pasolini

    This virtual edition of Art Sandwiched-In: A Virtual Curator-led Exhibition Tour of the Pier Paolo Pasolini: Subversive Prophet exhibition was held “live” on Friday, June 5, 2020.

  • Seniors from the Purchase College Conservatory of Theatre Arts rehearse for their performance of ...

    Inside the NEU: Teaching Museum

    The Neuberger Museum of Art is an academic museum, meaning that while we function as a public-facing exhibiting and collecting institution, we are on the Purchase College, SUNY campus. That placement, both physically and conceptually, is a fundamental part of the museum’s identity.

    In this session of Inside the NEU, listen in as Associate Curator of Education for Academic Programs Kristen Lindberg discusses the museum’s role as a center of teaching and learning for the Purchase College community.