Review: Gregg Bordowitz, I Wanna Be Well
> Art Monthly, November 2021

Olivia Laing Finds Fresh Inspiration Tending Her Garden
> The New York Times T: Magazine, October 2021

Review: Gray Wielebinski at Hales Gallery, London
> ARTFORUM, August 2021

Aliza Nisenbaum’s glowing tributes to the pandemic frontline
> The Guardian, December 2020

Sunil Gupta: From Here To Eternity
> Art Monthly, November 2020

Hervé Guibert: A year without writing
> The White Review, October 2020

Julio Le Parc is still making waves
> Wallpaper*, May 2020 (issue (W*254)

Is it time to rethink ‘outsider’ art?
> The Financial Times, December 2019

Can the arts help save the planet?
> The Financial Times, October 2019

In conversation with Anna Maria Maiolino
> HERO, Winter Issue 2019-2020

For Carmen Argote, avocados are a paint and a powerful metaphor
> Frieze, October 2019

Peaches on her post-human sex toy art show: ‘It’s disturbing – but a lot of fun’
> The Guardian, August 2019

Venice is sinking. But are biennials also in the deep?
> Sleek 62, Spring-Summer 2019

A walk through the ruins of East London’s queer spaces with artist Prem Sahib
> Sleek, April 2019

Mariana Castillo Deball’s home truths
> Frieze, January 2019

João Gabriel
> Gayletter, Autumn-Winter 2018

The Handmade Takeover Miami Art Week 2018
> British Vogue, December 2018

Manuel Solano’s inner demons at the ICA Miami
> The Financial Times, December 2018

Total recall: Mario García Torres explores the strange sideroads and deadends of art history
> Wallpaper*, November 2018

Rebuilding Motor City: A decade on from collapse, Detroit rises
> ICON Magazine, October 2018

Mexico City’s public sculpture corridor is a broken dream worth saving
> The Architects Newspaper, October 2018

Eduardo Sarabia turns treasure hunts into art
> The New York Times T: Magazine, August 2018

Just chill: the museum of rebels that took Iceland by storm
> The Guardian, June 2018

Art-break Hotel: Maja Hoffmann and Jorge Pardo on creating a remarkable Provencal retreat
> Wallpaper*, July 2018 (Print Issue)

Serpentine pavilion architect Frida Escobedo talks beautiful materials and Mexican modernism
> Frieze, June 2018

5 queer brazilian artists on identity, censorship, and survival
> i-D, April 2018

How a new generation of artists tackles the realities of HIV/AIDS
> them (Condé Nast), April 2018

Chris Schanck: proudly irregular
> Disegno, March 2018

The problem with ‘Latin American Photography’
> CNN Style, March 2018

Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s early sculpture highlights architecture at the street level
> Architect's Newspaper, February 2018

The American dream through the lens of a young Mexican photographer
> i-D, February 2018

Mexico’s “radical women”
> Lenny Letter, December 2017

‘This text is an interface’: the gentle disruptions of Carlos Amorales
> Frieze, February 2018

Manuel Solano
> Gayletter Magazine, Issue 7 (Fall 2017)

Patti Smith talks Frida and Diego, the death of the romantic café, and why young people are going to save the world
> Lenny Letter, October 2017

Accidental heroes: a Mexican concrete master mix
> Wallpaper*, October 2017

Borderlands (Interview with Lowery Stokes Sims)
> Disegno, March 2018

The Latin American women artists who fought patriarchy with their bodies
> Artsy, September 2017

The world’s best design cities – Mexico City
> Metropolis, Summer 2017

The origin of Celia Hempton
> Gayletter, Spring 2017

We Can’t Make You Younger
> Short stories in collaboration with Manuel Solano & Karen Huber Gallery, 2017

Francesca Delorenzo’s intimate photos of men from craigslist
> i-D, May 2017

The fish-factory turned arts complex that’s revitalizing Reykjavik’s art scene
> Artsy, March 2017

The Icelandic artist mixing autobiography with bizarre found photographs
> i-D, March 2017

Borders and identities at Mexico City art week
> > i-D, February 2017

This Mexico-City Artist-Run Space Paved the Way for the Now Flourishing Art Scene
> Artsy, February 2017

How artist Gregg Bordowitz changed the way the world saw aids
> i-D, February 2017

Unearthing the most poignant and peculiar objects from Andy Warhol’s personal archive
> > i-D, December 2016

The politics of art and the black body
> i-D, December 2016

Meet the queer artist deconstructing black masculinity
> i-D, December 2016

Reporting back from ARTBO, the internationalisation of Bogota’s art scene
> Happening, November 2016

Gay cruising through 70s colombia
> i-D, November 2016

Lulu & Mexico City’s new wave of independent art spaces
> Happening, July 2016

Watch the debut video from Pillow Person (aka Hot Chip drummer Sarah Jones)
> i-D, July 2016

Mexican artist Manuel Solano on losing his sight and obsessing over Sinead O’Connor
> i-D, June 2016

In conversation with Prof. Grave Riddle (University for Strategic Optimism)
> > ...ment, 2013