In honor of the upcoming Otto Dix solo exhibition at the Neue Gallery in March, Estee Lauder will be releasing a collaboration of work inspired by the Weimar German Expressionists. The collection will be rendered in “Berlin Red” and sold exclusively at the gallery. The famed cosmetic company has a long standing connection to New York’s East Side Art Institution through a family connection — Ronald S. Lauder founded the space with art dealer Serge Sabarsky. Filled with Austrian and German Expressionist art, Lauder has been determined to keep the duo’s original vision.
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