Alice Neel in The New York Times | David Zwirner
A detail from a painting by  Alice Neel, titled James Farmer, dated 1964 .

Alice Neel in The New York Times

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"It is said that the future is female, and one can only hope. But it is important to remember that the past, through continuous excavation, is becoming more female all the time. The latest evidence is the gloriously relentless retrospective of Alice Neel (1900-1984), the radical realist painter of all things human, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art."

Read the full review in The New York Times.

Alice Neel: People Come First is on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York through August 1, 2021.

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Image: Alice Neel, James Farmer, 1964 (detail)

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