Introducing the Spring/Summer 2020 ‘Visual Arts Journal’
April 17, 2020
An image featuring the cover and sample pages from the spring/summer 2020 "Visual Arts Journal."
A colorful, semi-abstract painting of a group of monstrous figures congregating beneath a blue and cloudy sky.

Ali Banisadr, The Builder, 2019, oil on linen, 66 x 88 inches.

Credit: Ali Banisadr and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, London, Salzburg. Photo: Jeffrey Sturges.

Though the printing of the spring/summer 2020 Visual Arts Journal, the magazine of the School of Visual Arts, has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the digital edition is now available on the Journal's Issuu page, where anyone can read, share or download the publication as a PDF. And over the next few months, selected content from the latest Journal will appear here, on

Highlights from the spring/summer 2020 Visual Arts Journal include:

A color illustration featuring an empty street in a town in the southwestern U.S.

Excerpt from Oak Flat: A Fight for Sacred Land in the American West (Random House), by author/illustrator Lauren Redniss, due out later this year.

Credit: Lauren Redniss

For more information on the Visual Arts Journal, visit