A New Yorker’s View of the World, Revisited

1. “A City on Paper: Saul Steinberg’s New York”

At the Museum of the City of New York

More than 40 drawings reveal the artist’s acute and inventive perception of New York City, like Kitchen Street, a 1950 work in which a refrigerator morphs into the Chrysler Building.

2. “Saul Steinberg: Illuminations”

At the Morgan Library & Museum

This extensive review—the first of its kind—brings together 100 drawings, collages, and sculptural constructions dating to the thirties, before his defining New Yorker run began.

3. “Saul Steinberg: Works From the 50’s–80’s”

At Adam Baumgold Gallery

Baumgold offers a rare glimpse of one of Steinberg’s own sketchbooks, and of his elaborate Rodozachari Table, a mixed-media conglomeration of rubber stamps, brushes, speech balloons, and drawing pads.

A New Yorker’s View of the World, Revisited