Pattern and Decoration — and a bit of controversy
by Mark Leach
The Charlotte Observer, April 14, 2016

Why ‘Greater New York’ Matters for the International Art World
by Ben Davis
artnet News, October 9, 2015

Robert Kushner: Pattern Seeking
Art & Antiques, Summer 2015

Holly Solomon’s Living Room 
New York Magazine, Spring Design 2015

Robert Kushner: Paintings 2010-2013 & The Four Seasons Commissioned in 1990 for Tower Place in Cincinnati
AEQAI, January 25, 2014

Canvas-backed Securities: The Federal Reserve’s Art Collection
The Economist, May 7, 2013

Robert Kushner  at DC Moore Gallery
by Ida Panicelli
ARTFORUM, February 2013

Arpita Singh and Robert Kushner
by Mona Molarsky
ARTnews, February 2013

Healing Hurt Pages: Robert Kushner’s Scriptorium
Kushner: Wildflower Convocation at DC Moore Gallery
by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy
Art Critical, Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Scaling a Minimalist Wall with Bright, Shiny Colors
by Holland Cotter
The New York Times, January 15, 2008

Robert Kushner: DC Moore
by Donald Kuspit
Artforum, Summer 2007
“Robert Kushner is arguably the most significant decorative artist working today….Kushner’s art goes against the prevailing trend toward the anti- or nonaesthetic, which takes revenge on life.  He chooses instead to affirm the wonder of existence.”

by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy, 2007

Robert Kushner at DC Moore
by Robert Berlind
Art in America, September 2007

Glittering Gardens
by Edward Gomez
Art in America, June/July 2005
“In the three decades since Robert Kushner emerged on the national scene as a member of the Pattern and Decoration movement, his art has taken a wide variety of forms, from black-and-white large scale drawings executed directly on walls to paintings on stitched together patches of fabric, collaborative artists’ books and large-scale mosaics.”

A review from Denmark’s Weekendavisen reads:
“In Kushner’s work hundreds of years of testimony and recognition of flowers grow across the typography, the letters and the Babylonian confusion of world languages. It is well thought out, well seen, and beautifully done, yes even moving, to witness how language literally is flowering in Kushner’s scriptorium. Language is being touched, we are being touched.”