For over 60 years the Frick Museum in New York City has been my favorite museum. It is a small, easily navigated site quite unlike the Metropolitan only a few blocks away on Fifth Avenue. Its magnificent collection of paintings, acquired for the most part during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by steel baron, Henry Clay Frick, spans the gamut of Western art from late Medieval to the Impressionists.*
Be Rose is the new solo exhibition by the French and Brooklyn-based artist Anne Mourier at The French Institute Alliance Française of New York City (FI:AF) currently on view until December 21st 2019.
The exhibition Be Rose features nearly twenty artworks by Mourier, including some of her highly regarded Rosa Salva series as well as new pieces created for the show.