Alexi Worth

Senior Critic
Fine Arts


B.F.A., Yale College
M.F.A., Boston University

Alexi Worth is a painter and writer whose art has been described by Roberta Smith of The New York Times as "realism with benefits" and singled out for praise by Jack Bankowsky, Ken Johnson, Andrea Scott, and other critics. A native New Yorker, Worth is represented by DC Moore Gallery in New York. He has participated in many group exhibitions, including Open Windows at the Aldrich Museum (Andover, Massachusetts). Worth is a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award, and the New England Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. For more than a decade, Worth wrote about art for The New Yorker, Artforum, Art in America, ARTnews, Slate, and T Magazine. More recently, he has written catalog essays for a wide range of artists, including Jackie Saccoccio, Jim Nutt, Philip Pearlstein, David Humphrey, James Hyde, Carroll Dunham, and Susan Jennings. 


Alexi Worth, Half in Hand, 2008

Alexi Worth, Speckled Pyramid, 2008

Alexi Worth, Thumbs, 2008

Alexi Worth, Head and Shoulders, 2006

Alexi Worth, Beautiful Unfinishable Magazine, 2006

Alexi Worth, Lenscap, 2006