Denzil Hurley › Press

  1. Valentina Di Liscia "15 Art Shows to See in New York This July." Hyperallergic
  2. Blake Gopnik "What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in July." The New York Times
  3. David Rhodes "Denzil Hurley: To be pained is to have lived through feeling." The Brooklyn Rail July/August
  4. Robert Storr "Denzil Hurley (1949–2021)." Artforum
  5. Tom McGlynn "Doing What Comes Naturally: Seven Painters in Their Prime." The Brooklyn Rail
  6. Emilia Dubicki "Spring 2019 Highlights." The Woven Tale Press
  7. Sue Taylor "Denzil Hurley." Art in America
  8. Blake Gopnik "Denzil Hurley’s Monochromes-on-a-Stick: Corn-dog Reinhardts?." Artnet
  9. Eric Lin "Hey you! See this show!." Yale Daily News
  10. Marc Trujillo "The Influence of Andrew Forge." The Huffington Post
  11. Erin Langner "‘Black & White & Red All Over’: Denzil Hurley & Robert Storr." New American Paintings
  12. Danilla Rumold "Economy of Means: Robert Storr & Denzil Hurley." Contemplative Process
  13. Robert Ayers "A Rare Chance: Robert Storr Paintings at Seattle’s Francine Seders Gallery." Seattle Times
  14. Matthew Kangas "Creating, and enjoying, art for the sake of art." The Seattle Times
  15. Regina Hackett "Painter Denzil Hurley's layers of labor are a pleasure for the viewer." The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
  16. "Selections from the Burnett Miller Collection." Artdaily
  17. "The Art of Reduction: Denzil Hurley Interview." McClain Johnson
  18. Regina Hackett "'Big and Small' paints a wide swath of expressive abstraction." Seattle Post-Intelligencer,
  19. Regina Hackett "SAM survey brings Minimalism into the present." Seattle Post-Intelligencer
  20. Marilu Knode "The Seattle Scene." Artnet 1997
  21. Colin Gardner "Wilshire Center." Los Angeles Times