Below is a list of visual art published in Per Contra since Issue 37. Older work can be found in the archive.
Issue 37 - Nonfiction
Art As Healing Magic: Hans Breder’s Chakras
Issue 38 - Nonfiction
Beginning Nature Again: Joe Danciger’s Landscape Paintings
Issue 39 - Nonfiction
The Romantic Subject: Art As the Embodiment Of Creative Illness by Donald Kuspit
Let me begin by comparing three works of art, two paintings by Ingres and a print by Goya, all of which are about the romantic subject, who is of course the modern artist--the symbol of the modern idea of the fundamental irrationality of the human subject.
Nonobjectivity As A Crisis Of Subjectivity by Donald Kuspit
Modern science and modern art are opposed, however much they have a certain uncanny resemblance.
The Semiotic Anti-Subject: Postmodernism's Repudiation of Subjectivity by Donald Kuspit
What is postmodernism? There are all too many definitions, all agreeing on only one thing: something has changed, socioartistically as well as aesthetically.