Art in AmericaMay 1, 1998
Moseholm incorporates cityscapes, words, movie stars and the occasional giraffe in a fluid, blurry style. While some paintings resemble a soft-focus version of Mark Tansey, other works, particularly the depictions of film celebrities, remind the viewer of Gerhard Richter. Often Moseholm combines several themes and styles in one canvas.
At first glance, Moseholm’s paintings tend to look as though they are under water, they are so distorted in their expression. At the same time, he uses immediately recognizable icons of contemporary culture-American culture, especially-to communicate the ubiquity of certain types of modern visual experience.
– Jonathan Goodman