Now: “Dutch Art Now,” in a Luscious Venue

Inside the NAC

Till Sunday March 14 you have a chance to see a dandy little art exhibit in as fine a location as you could hope for: the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park.

Dutch Art Now is a modestly sized show featuring the work of several artists from the Netherlands. Their output ranges from old-masters style hyper realism to pop to subway photography. And the setting is reminiscent of a British gentleman’s club, complete with rich, luminous wood-paneled walls, a sumptuous bar room and paintings throughout the stairways featuring work of and by past members.

It’s an excellent place to take a break after the Armory Week or Whitney Biennial madness. Come for the art; stay for the plush. You won’t regret it.

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2 responses to “Now: “Dutch Art Now,” in a Luscious Venue

  1. mikesorgatz

    Plush digs!

  2. The place is gorgeous. If you haven’t been there, pop in some time. Feels like going back in time. But without a hot tub.

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