"Gently subversive and brilliantly layered."
- Vince Aletti

"Alix Smith is a brilliant artist. I support her enthusiastically!"
- Arthur C. Danto (Art Critic)

"A photographer of psychological depth as well as of class and status, Alix Smith’s portraits of friends and acquaintances enact a 21st century theater of manners featuring the urbane, well-heeled set. Part informal snapshots, part orchestrated tableaux, Smith’s stylized photographs are cast squarely in the directorial vein. Her limpid, elegant pictures portray well-rehearsed identities that sometimes bleed into cliches, the better to point up the truth behind shared stereotypes."
-Christian Viveros-Faune (Art Critic)

"There is this long history of art being a device to bring the public's attention to things that might not be right in front of them.... It's more subversive then the most overtly political work out there because the message is delivered so quietly and with such a gentle touch that you don't know that your ideas might have shifted until after the fact."
- Sally Morgan Lehman (Morgan Lehman Gallery)

"Her project will be a major catalogue of contemporary gay families."
- John Bennette (Art Collector / Critic)

The pictures are beautiful in their elegance and representation of traditional values with non-traditional families.
- Radar Magazine




 
  "State of the Union: Portraits capture some very modern families offering a glimpse into the lives of same-sex couples and their children," Daily Mail, February 7, 2013
  "Traditional Families—Who Also Happen To Be Gay,"Slate Magazine, February 4, 2013
  "Art Watch: Alix Smith's Gay Family Portraits," Refinery29, October 12 2010
  "Artist Spotlight: Alix Smith," The Advocate, January 16, 2010
  "Alix Smith States of Union, Radar," March 5, 2010
  "States of Union by Alix Smith," Goodkin, March 2010
  "The New Necklace: Alix Smith's Portrait Photographs" The Art John Bittinger Klomp, December 3, 2009
  "States of Union" by Danielle Sonnenberg, Feminist Review, 2009
  "You Go Dutch! By Mary Barone," Out With Mary, 2009
  "Straight Shots" Time Out New York By Beth Greenfield, TimeOut New York. September 2009
  "States of Union" By Amanda Luginbill, KiptonArt, April 2010
  "The Dislocation of Self." By Christopher Koulouris, Scallywag and Vagabond, May 25, 2009
  "Young Curators, New Ideas," Beyond Race, 2008
  "Sex, rugs and rock 'n' roll mark summer's arrival" By Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, Chelsea Now, June 2008
  "Dressed for Dinner," By Bonnie Yochelson, New York Times, April 6, 2008
  "The Bible Tells Me So" By Charlie Finch, Artnet, December 2006
  "Portraying Identities: the Contemporary Photograph and its relation to the Portrait" By Matt Carey-Williams, TINAB, April 2006
  "A Firm Hold on the Future: The Best Emerging Photographers of 2005" Art Review, 2005
  “More than a new Discovery" By Charlie Finch, ArtNet, July 22, 2005
  "Making the Ordinary Extraordinary" By Helen A Harrison, New York Times, May 29, 2005
  "Beyond the Portrait, Young American Photography" Exibart, November 30, 2005
  "Alix Smith / Erika Somogyi" Art News Info, 2005
  "Alix Smith / Erika Somogyi: 404 arte contemporanea" Exibart, 2005
  "Power Base" By Nick Stillman, Off Off Off Art, December 27, 2004
 

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