Dan Walsh's most recent solo exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery (on view January 5 through February 4, 2017) garnered favorable reviews in ARTnews and on Art Critical.
In her review for artcritical.com, "The Hermetic and the Everyday: Dan Walsh at Paula Cooper," Marjorie Welish poses the question, "Can technical doggedness produce compelling art?" In the text that follows, Welish confirms that in the case of Dan Walsh, the answer is a resounding "yes."
In "Meditative Lines and a Good Egg," writer Andy Battaglia discusses Walsh's newest works based on permutations of Walsh's signature repeating lozenge-shaped form, as well as two large-scale floor sculptures and artist books. “I call myself a cheating Sol LeWitt," Walsh notes in the article, "I’m making judgement calls as I go.”