Gretchen Scherer

Juxtapoz, "Gretchen Scherer: If Rooms Could Talk", Gwynned Vitello, Spring 2024
Phaidon, "New Surrealism: The Uncanny in Contemporary Painting", Robert Zeller, 2024

Stir World, "Conduits of time: 'Of A Place' by Gretchen Scherer at Taymour Grahne Projects", Divya Menon, April 15, 2023
Colossal, "Meander the Halls of Europe’s Grandest Homes in Gretchen Scherer’s Paradisiacal Paintings", Kate Mothes, February 23, 2023

Hyperallergic, Reviews, "Messing with Museums and Our Desire for Order", John Yau, March 24, 2022
Juxtapoz, "Sometimes, Light: Gretchen Scherer's Interiors Tell Stories", Editors, March 17, 2022
Artnet, "Editors’ Picks: 12 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week", Katie White, February 22, 2022

New York Magazine, "The Best New York Art Shows of 2021", Jerry Saltz, December 20, 2021
Harper's Bazaar Latin America, Special Art Issue, "Artists to Follow in 2022", Maria Rivera, November 2021
Artnet, Editors' Picks, "“Dual Hearts and Empty Halls: Anne Buckwalter and Gretchen Scherer” at Monya Rowe Gallery, New York", Katie White, February 23, 2021

Whitehot Magazine, "Interiors at 1969 Gallery", Alfred Rosenbluth, November 2020
New American Paintings, "Introducing 60 Exceptional Artists", Jerry Saltz, 146, September 2020
Artnet, Editors' Picks, "“Outside Touch” at Monya Rowe Gallery, New York", Neha Jambhekar, July 14, 2020
Elephant Magazine, "Gretchen Scherer’s Paintings of Empty Museums Feel Oddly Prophetic", Emily Gosling, May 15, 2020
Harper's Magazine, "Gretchen Scherer at Monya Rowe Gallery", Editors, Print Edition, May 1, 2020
AS | MAG, "Twist and Fade", Jill Conner, April 14, 2020

The Paris Review, "Once I Had This Dream", Dan Piepenbring, June 20, 2017

Art F City, "Why you should go to Governors Island Art Fair", Gabriela Vainsencher, September 2016
Refigural, "A Light Coming From a Different Part of the House", Elspeth Walker, 2016

The New York Times, "Artist Equity to Reopen a Gallery on the Lower East Side", Melena Ryzik, October 16, 2015

The New York Times, "Art in Review; Greater Brooklyn", Roberta Smith, July 8, 2005