“The Abstract Aerial Landscape Photography of David Maisel.” April/May, 2003. Olson, Marisa.
“There is something very particular about the beauty of the Dutch still life paintings. The objects in them, each plucked from nature and arranged by human hands, rest at a hyperreal state of perfection, yet seem to teeter gluttonously on the verge of decay. In this sense, David Maisel’s photos have much in common with the Flemish spreads that occupy so many of our museum walls.”