Forbes, Contributing Arts, “Richard Artschwager, ‘Primary Sources’ At Gagosian, Madison Avenue, New York,” by Clayton Press, January 22 2019

Shut Up and Look cited in lede paragraph for this exhibition review:
Shut Up and Look is the title of a 2012 documentary film about Richard Artschwager. Six minutes in, the artist opined, “I think the objective of an artist’s making a picture is seeing how long you can get somebody to look at something.” In an era of short attention spans, looking—let alone seeing—is a challenge. Various studies—all of them inexact—suggest that the average amount of time a person spends looking at an art work in a museum is between 15 seconds and 30 seconds.


Musee Magazine, “Richard Artschwager: Shut Up and Look (2012),” by Belle McIntyre, December 11, 2013

The Cornell Daily Sun, “Richard Artschwager: Shut Up and Look,” by Katie Wong, September 16, 2013

Dans Papers, “The Parrish Gets Personal,” by Stephane de Troy  July 5, 2013

Sag HarborExpress, “Shut Up and Look: Artists Gather to Honor One of Their Own,” by Emily J. Weitz  April 12, 2013

Interview Magazine, “More Than a Blip: A New Film About Artschwager,”
by Chelsea Burcz  January 18, 2013

New York Observer, “Not Just a Blip: A Richard Artschwager Documentary Nears Completion,”
by Andrew Russeth  September 4, 2012