Timothy Fort, Gerald Smith, by Andrew Knighton, art US, November/December, 2003.

Philosophical Art: Gerald Smith and Timothy Fort attempt to answer life’s big questions through the application of art, by Cynde Randall, Arts: Magazine of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, September/October, 2003.

Moving Art that you can’t leave alone: Tim Fort and Gerald Smith at MAEP, by Patricia Briggs, Reviews, mnartists.org, September 8, 2003.

The Outer Limits – New exhibitions at the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts continue to stretch the definitions of artistic expression, by Doug Hanson, Star Tribune, August 15, 2003.

the REAL thing – from flesh satellites to cities of styrofoam – the art of faking it, by Michael Fallon, City Pages, June 19, 2002.

Now Voyager: Gerald Smith, Astronaut of the Soul, by Michael Fallon, Features, mnartists.org, May 15, 2002.

in the flesh! – Thomas Barry’s new exhibit probes the obsessions and temptations of the body, by Kendra Ramic, Star Tribune, July 16, 1997.

Objectif Lune!, by Emmanuel Grandjean, Kunst Bulletin, p. 30-31, Volume 10, 1997. 

Art in Space, The Sequel: Three Jerome Installation Art Commissions, by Patricia Briggs, New Art Examiner, November, 1997. 

art OUT OF CONTROL, Installation Artists Step Back and Let Their Work Take Its’ Own Shape, by Patricia Briggs, Star Tribune, June 5, 1997. 

D is for Drawing, by Diane Mullin, (unpubished manuscript, 1997). 

Bernard Huwiler and Gerald Smith’s Drawing Visions of Space (Art in Space: The Sequel – three Jerome Installation Art Commissions), by Diane Mullin, Intermedia Arts, May 15 – June 22, 1997.

Notes on the early artwork of Gerald Smith, by Clarence Sheffield, Ph.D.  (unpublished manuscript, 1997)

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