Peripheral Vision Press invites American scholars in all visual art disciplines to submit manuscripts + article proposals for our newest publication initiative, Not Yet Titled (NYT), a biannual print publication and accompanying blog covering the vanguard of contemporary American art. We are seeking texts from leading critics and scholars in their respective fields, writing about established American artists under represented in critical literature. Scholars must possess demonstrable professional expertise in the proposed topic, supported by academic specialization (MFA, MA, Ph.D.) and previous publications or presentations. We are not accepting proposals from artists writing about their own work.
How to Submit
ARTICLES: Scholars may email manuscripts or complete the Article Proposal form once per academic year per article (September - May). Please be sure to provide detailed information about image permissions and copyright. We are seeking articles addressing all topics in art, theory, and curatorial practice ranging in length from 300-8000 words. Long-form manuscripts will be juried by anonymous peer-reviewers.
EXHIBITION REVIEWS: Critics are invited to submit reviews covering exhibitions in college and university galleries, as well as small non-profit galleries and project spaces.
After completing the form, email an academic CV and any completed manuscripts to Scott Gleeson at submissions (at) peripheralvisionarts (dot) org. All authors will be notified within 2 weeks regarding the status of their proposals.
Preference will be given to artists and scholars making significant contributions to the practice, theory, and history of contemporary art, and who demonstrate a career commitment to art practice through a combination of educational and professional experience.