Elizabeth Kley, ARTnews, Summer, 2013
“A sense of mortality pervaded the exhibition”

Kevin Conley, "The Exhibitionist", Town and Country, May, 2013
"Witty Nabokovian knots of perception"


Blake Gopnik, Daily Beast, March 20, 2013
“Art often seems to have apotropaic powers, but here that’s made literal”

Aimee Walleston, Art In America, “Open Windiows,” March 12, 2012
“I saw his paintings in a slideshow and I hated them.”

Jack Bankowsky , Artforum, December, 2011
"Best of 2011"

Roberta Smith , The New York Times, March 26, 2010
"Realism with Benefits"

Goings On About Town, The New Yorker, Jan 5, 2009 "a fascination with the interplay of art's favorite frenemies, photography and painting"

Ken Johnson, "The New York Times, January 2, 2009
"Curious visual puzzles slyly charged with sexual undercurrents"

Karen Wilkin , The Hudson Review, Vol. LIX, No. 4 (Winter 2007)
“Worth pushes ambiguity to the point of confusion…”

David Humphrey, Art in America , December 2006
“ingenious ways to visually scramble the distinctions between people”


Frances Richard, Goings On About Town, The New Yorker , October 2, 2006 “we're blocked from seeing or interpreting at every turn, but…”

Roberta Smith, The New York Times , September 7, 2006
“Quirky realism, deliberate surfaces, and modulated colors…”

David Cohen, The New York Sun , September 7, 2006
“This foot in two camps stands as a metaphor for Worth's strange enterprise…” Also available at: http://www.artcritical.com/DavidCohen/SUN161.htm


Svetlana Alpers, “Studio in Play,” DC Moore gallery, September 2006
“Much of the interest lies in the puzzling nature of what you are given to see”

David Frankel, Artforum , May 2003
“Oh no, I was told, Alexi is handsome…”