presented by

Editorial Archive


Filter by features, profiles, reviews, recommendations, previews, reports, audio, video, news or everything.





Damiàn Ortega
Damiàn Ortega uses materials associated with construction in the making of collages and sculpture to evoke protective gear and therianthropic architecture. More...


Tom Lamb, Soheila Siadate
Mixed media paintings by Soheila Siadate and aerial photography by Tom Lamb engage in a dialogue of visual origin and working process. More...


Laurits Andersen Ring
A retrospective ofDanish painter Laurits Andersen Ring situates the artist between Romanticism and Modernism. Ring’s technique and subjects are very much of the 19th century, but we see how he adjusted to modern technology and aesthetic thinking. More...


Anne Le Troter
Anne Le Troter turns a gallery into a cryobank waiting room outfitting with moving audio speakers that utter phrases used by the specialists who work there. You take a seat and enter into this Brave New World. More...


Joel Swanson and Cody Hudson
Joel Swanson riffs on school-day memories that are stirred by such objects as black-and-white composition notebooks, index cards, yellow highlighters and Pink Pearl erasers. Cody Hudson plays abstract landscapes and small sculptures that mimic shapes in his paintings. More...


The Rauschenberg Effect
Robert Rauschenberg's legion of young acolytes have been popping up steadily for years--decades really--and show no signs of abating. More...


Origin Story
Richard Speer developed an adolescent obsession with the European Baroque. Then in college he discovered the necromancy of Mondrian. More...


Origin Story
Richard Speer was first drawn to images of art and architecture in his grandparents' encyclopedias. The guilded age art displayed at a Baltimore restaurant wowed him. Living in Europe he developed an adolescent obsession with the European Baroque. Then in college he discovered the necromancy of Mondrian. More...


Deadness, Beauty, the Deep Past
The upcoming generation of art fans show skepticism for the art historical canon that is both exasperating and refreshing. More...


Democracy's Trial
DeWitt Cheng finds reflection on the death of the Ancient Greek philosopher Socrates offers important lessons for today's artists. More...


A Taste for Spain
Spanish old masters are represented in highlights of the UK's Bowes Museum collection, featuring the most familiar masters and more. More...


Deadness, Beauty, the Deep Past
The upcoming generation of art fans are skeptical of the art historical canon that is both exasperating and refreshing. More...


Julie Mehretu
Julie Mehretu's large scale abstractions at first read as gestural paintings, but are in face built-up layers of imagery drawn from widespread sources. More...


Maria Hupfield
Indigenous artist Maria Hupfield sees herself as a disruptor of stereotypes between craft and art, gender, and tropes of her own culture. More...

© 2020 Visual Art Source. All Rights Reserved.

Web Analytics