“Art is Our Last Hope,” The Brooklyn Rail, Dec 2016-Jan 2017.
“Arte Contemporânea no Brasil: do final do século XX ao início do século XXI, (Contemporary Art in Brazil: from the 20th Century to the beginning of the 21st Century,” Pinakotheke Ed., Rio de Janeiro, 2015, 79p.
A Cuban Artist’s Trangressive Reclaiming of an Afro-Latin American Religion, LatinxSpaces, 2017.
With Fierce Dulzura: Queering Tèhuäntin in San Francisco, LatinxSpaces, 2017.
A São Paulo Biennial in Praise of Uncertainties, ArtNews, 2016.
Implicated Viewers: Looking at Violence through Contemporary Latin American Art, artcritical, 2016.
The Pointless and Foolish in Endearing Films About Childhood and Old Age, Hyperallergic, 2016.
An Outsider’s Tale: Ana Mendieta at Galerie Lelong, artcritical, 2016.
A William Eggleston Retrospective on Tropical Soil, artcritical, 2015.
Jonathas de Andrade: Subverting Cheap Labor and Racism in Brazil, artcritical, 2015.
The Radical Brazilian Artist Who Abandoned Art, Hyperallergic. Lygia Clark’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, NY, Hyperallergic, 2014.
Photographing and Fashioning the Reality of Brazil, Hyperallergic, 2014.
The Unlearning, Guernica Magazine, 2014.