Why a Tree Is the Friend We Need Right Now, Elizabeth Bernstein, The Wall Street Journal, June 2021

Interview with Lincoln Schatz, The Kojo Nnamdi Show, January, 2013

Washington’s power players illuminated in unique video portrait at Smithsonian,, February 2013

Lincoln Schatz, video artist, discusses The Network, National Portrait Gallery, January 2013

Solo show: Lincoln Schatz: The Network,, January 2013

The Network, The National Portrait Gallery showcases power players, Arrive, January 2013

The Network: A Portrait, facetoface: A blog from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, December 2012

Get the Picture: ONR Official Featured in National Art Exhibit on Innovation, Office of Naval Research, December 2012

D.C. power players appear in new video portrait — but is it art?, Washington Post, December 2012

Exploring Lincoln Schatz’s “The Network,” Now at the National Portrait Gallery, Washington City Paper, December 2012

Taking the Bite Out of DC’s Partisan Dialog: A New Installation Seeks Common Ground, Smithsonian Magazine
, December, 2012

Local spotlight on Tuesday, Washington Examiner, December, 2012

Lincoln Schatz Presents The Network, Inside Art, December, 2012

Chicago video artist debuts work at National Portrait Gallery, Crain’s Chicago, December, 2012

The Network: The people who run Washington, in their own words, Washington Post, December, 2012

US News and World Report, Washington Power on View at the National Portrait Gallery, December 2012

21st Century Time Capsule, Washingtonian Magazine, December 2012

The Network: Portrait Conversations, The Washington Independent Review of Books, January 2013

Maps for Navigating to a New Perspective, By Sylviane Gold, New York Times | December 3, 2010

Personal Identities/Contemporary Portraits, By Jesse Hamlin, San Francisco Chronicle | November 25, 2010

One on One With Video Artist Lincoln Schatz, By Jesse Rhodes,, Around the Mall Blog | September 15, 2010

This man at his best: For Esquire’s 75th, Lincoln Schatz mounts his Cube project of mutable video portraits, By Jessica Reaves, Chicago Tribune Magazine | September 21, 2008

Being There and Letting Go: A Conversation with Lincoln Schatz, By Sarah Tanguy, Sculpture Magazine | September, 2008

Weekend Update, By Walter Robinson, Artnet Magazine | July 18, 2008

Digital Video Portraits Capture Internal and External Spaces, By Russell Boniface, AIArchitect | Volume 15. February 29, 2008

Room with 24 views: ‘Cube’ exhibit is portrait studio, 21st-century style, By Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union-Tribune | February 18, 2008

Unconventional Center, By Ruth Lopez, Time Out Chicago | January 17, 2008 – January 23, 2008

Random Access Portraits, By Elise Malmberg, | November 2, 2007

Design Events Not to Miss Opening Today – Lincoln Schatz: Cube, By Zahid Sardar, San Francisco Chronicle | October 27, 2007

Pose for One Hour, and His Digital Wizardry Creates Art, By Mark de la Viña, San Jose Mercury News | October 21, 2007

That’s Not a Flashback, It’s Video Portraiture, By Alex Williams, New York Times | October 14, 2007

Parallax Views, By Shonquis Moreno, Surface Magazine | July, 2007

Public Domain, By Katie Weeks, Contract Magazine | June 1, 2007

Visualizing Memory in Architecture, By Miguel Amado, | February 7, 2007

This Frontier Cannot be Tamed, By Holly Willis, The Daily Insider, Sundance Film Festival | January 25, 2007

At Sundance, Even Artwork Needs a Power Cord, By Michelle Meyers, New York Times | January 20, 2007

Sundance’s New Frontier preserves artistic integrity, By Andrew Barker, Variety | January 17, 2007

‘Heavy Light’ Challenges Viewers, By Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union-Tribune | December 7, 2006

Getting Connected, By Reena Jana, Art + Auction | June, 2006

Portraits Retain Power to Dazzle the Eye, By Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union-Tribune | December 18, 2005

Three to See, By Edward Lifson, Arts & Entertainment Editor, WBEZ Chicago | December 14, 2005

Images Extract Visions from the Common Place, By Alan Artner, Tribune Art Critic, The Chicago Tribune | October 21, 2005

After Arco, By Macu Moran, ArtNet | April, 2005

Language of Art Written in Code, By Jeremy Quittner, Crain’s New York Business | November 29, 2004

Artist Exhibits a Hybrid Approach with His Digital Designs, By Margaret Littman, Crain’s Chicago Business | July 08, 2002

Art is Larger Than Life at Navy Pier, By Sarah Downey, Tribune Staff Writer, Chicago Tribune | May 05, 1998

Catalog Essay, Galeria Ferran Cano, By Achille Bonito Oliva, Galeria Ferran Cano, Palma de Mallorca, Spain | 1996

Cafritz and Schatz at Henri, By Michael Welzenbach, The Washington Post | May 16, 1992