Peripheral Vision

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Peripheral Vision, a biannual competition print journal with corresponding digital content, commissions interpretive essays & interviews for mid-career & emerging American artists in conjunction with our prestigious Artist Publication Fellowship™ program. Peripheral Vision is a great resource for discovering critical practices operating at the artworld's periphery.

Explore our archive or purchase a print copy for your personal or institutional library.

Now In Print!

Each volume of Peripheral Vision will feature:

  • Twenty accomplished American artists with 5-25+ years professional experience
  • 6 x 9 inch vertical paperback journal format
  • 160-200 pages of text and full color images
  • Essays, Interviews, Profiles, and Photo Essays

To inquire about distribution, contact Scott Gleeson at editor (at) peripheralvisionarts (dot) org.

Publication Fellows

Meet and connect with our distinguished Fellows on each artist's Profile page. Each profile includes an image gallery, statement, biography, website and social media links.  




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Paul Kremer

Thanks for your interest in our special essay series, Elements, covering the work of internationally renown American abstractionists with contributions by the foremost scholars of modern art working today.


Our first essay will focus on the formal element of Shape and feature art by established American artists. Subscribe to our Newsletter or follow us on Instagram @peripheralvisionarts for a behind-the-scenes look at the writing process and our studio visits with the artists!