CRITICAL DIALOGUES SERIES- ALEXI WORTH
Alexi Worth has had solo exhibitions with the Elizabeth Harris, Bill Maynes, and DC Moore galleries, among others. Some recent group exhibitions include "Come Like Shadows," at Zurcher Studio, "Last Night," at Salomon Contemporary, and "Open Windows," curated by Carroll Dunham at the Addison Gallery in Andover MA. Worth has received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Tiffany Foundation, and the New England Foundation for the Arts. He is currently represented by DC Moore Gallery, where his next show will open on March 26.
In addition to his painting, Worth has written about art for The New Yorker, Artforum, T magazine, Art in America, Cabinet and other magazines. He has written catalog texts for artists such as Martha Armstrong, Carroll Dunham, David Humphrey, James Hyde, Susan Jennings, George Nick, Jim Nutt, Philip Pearlstein, and Jackie Saccoccio.
Worth has taught at various BFA and MFA programs, including the University of Pennsylvania and the Yale School of Art. Born and raised in New York City, he attended Yale University (BA 1986) and Boston University (MFA 1993). Worth lives in Brooklyn NY with his wife, the architect Erika Belsey, and their two boys.