Weinert’s Reaccession of Ted Shawn inserts the present into the picture. In its first decades, modern dance was intent on distilling gesture into symbol. Weinert offers as a contemporary equivalent the convergence, via us and our ever present phones, of the here and now and the placeless and ghostly.

Apollinaire Scherr, The Financial Times August 19, 2014


I respect this on a lot of levels, but I also think it’s the most hilarious thing in the world. 

Gia Kourlas, Time Out New York July 31, 2014


I was totally fascinated, both by the ingenuity of
Weinert’s rebellion and the larger context in which it fits. 

Jillian Steinhauer, HYPERALLERGIC  May 22, 2014


Going up against MoMA is a pretty bold and commendable move on Weinert's part.
Dude deserves rounds for his ingenuity and audacity.

Susan Chang, COMPLEX ART + DESIGN  May 22, 2014


Performance-based artist Adam H. Weinert is truly pushing the limits of the medium.

Rachel Pincus, PSFK May 19, 2014


Now choreography isn't something you can so easily show off in a museum environment.
But Weinert has found a way to make it work.

Leslie Horn, Gizmodo  May 16, 2014