"A couple of small artist-run galleries are opening, too — Cate Holt’s Springs Projects in DUMBO, and JJ MURPHY GALLERY on the Lower East Side. JJ maintains @dagcentral, a beloved Instagram art review project, and he tells me that the gallery will open on Stanton Street in early February."  —  Two Coats of Paint

Natasha Sweeten’s review of the gallery's inaugural exhibition of David Hornung: New Work" in Two Coats of Paint (Feb. 24, 2024):


David Ebony lists David Hornung’s inaugural exhibition as one of the 10 best shows of Winter 2024:


Jonathan Stevenson on Farrell's Brickhouse's exhibition "Looking Back at Tomorrow" in Two Coats of Paint (April 23, 2024):


Riad Miah on Farrell's Brickhouse's exhibition "Looking Back at Tomorrow" in Art Spiel (April 26, 2024):


Alice Zinnes on Farrell Brickhouse's exhibition"Looking Back at Tomorrow" in Entropvisions (April 25, 2024):


Barbara MacAdam on "An Extended Family of Painters," Brooklyn Rail (May, 2024):

“As an off-stage adjunct to the [Peter] Freeman exhibition, there is the enlightening show An Extended Family of Painters: Hermine Ford, Robert Moskowitz, Jack Tworkov, Janice Biala, and Daniel Brustlein, at JJ Murphy Gallery on Stanton Street. The Murphy show serves as a fascinating counterpoint to the one at Freeman’s, highlighting the work of Moskowitz’s wife Hermine Ford, and Ford’s father, the influential abstract painter Jack Tworkov, who was a close friend of Moskowitz’s. Together, this family provides a stunning overview of the range of painting being made in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.”