Will Heinrich

Queens, New York.

The New York Times (selected):

"After 70 Years, Si Lewen's Wrenching 'Parade' Marches On" (4/18/24)

"In Zen Painting, It Takes Years of Practice to Do Almost Nothing" (4/4/24)

"Robert Moskowitz, Abstract Painter of New York's Skyscrapers, Dies at 88" (3/28/24)

"8 Objects Too Good to Miss at the Outsider Art Fair" (2/29/24)

David Smith/Diane Simpson/Adrianne Rubenstein (2/21/24)

"When 'Giants' Roam the Museum Halls" (2/7/24)

"Alice Mackler, Sculptor Discovered in Her 80s, Dies at 92" (2/2/24)

"Brent Sikkema, Influential New York Gallerist, Dies at 75" (1/21/24)

"Need a Bird Cage Shaped like the U.S. Capitol? Try the Winter Show" (1/18/24)

My NYT author page, obituaries, selected other art writing.

For gallery reviews and older NYT pieces please click through to my own more thorough index.

Fiction (selected):

The PEARLS (2019)

"Why We Talk in Images" in Jewish Currents (11/1/19)

"Assholes and Oxheads" in BOMB (7/9/15)

The King's Evil (2003)


"Art is an Object Plus a Story" for The Washington Post

Recent interviews: Tribeca Citizen, Rain Taxi, Columbia College Today

On Alice Trumbull Mason at Washburn Gallery


Write me at stranger (at) willheinrich (dot) com (thanks) and follow @willvheinrich on Insta