Please note that not all below scans are of the same quality or size.
"Un océano de diferencia," a text-interview with Magalí Arriola and Andrea Valencia in Cocodrilos en la poza. Los orígenes del Museo Tamayo, Vol. 2 in Tamayo 40, a catalog celebrating Museo Tamayo's 40th anniversary, pp. 38-49.
Collaborated with artist Cisco Jiménez on the piece, Casa de Descanso (2019), included in an exhibition curated by co-editors of ERAS Magazine Iván Krassoievitch and Daniel Garza-Usabiaga, entitled Quality Time, PROXYCO GALLERY, New York, July 17 – August 23, 2019. The structure is featured in an Hyperallergic article written by Valentina Di Liscia (August 10, 2019): Finding Quality Time Through Art.
EL ARTE ES UNA MENTIRA QUE DICE LA VERDAD: BITACORA DE FRANCISCO ICAZA, a text in the catalog of the retrospective exhibition of 50-year career of Francisco Icaza, titled Me Quiero Ir Al Mar, opening June 13, 2019 at the Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City.
Celestial Vectors: Earth Meets Sky, a text accompanying the exhibition of the same title presenting the work of artist Vargas-Suarez Universal, presented by A.K.A. Editions at Stellweg Partners NY LCC Soho loft, March 5 - April 6, 2019.
Rhythm, Time and Space: A Celebration of Myra Landau, Her Life and Her Art in the exhibition brochure by Henrique Faria Fine Art, New York.
A text-interview with the artist Ray Smith in Ray Smith: El Narciso de Jesús, a catalog accompanying the exhibition of the same name, curated by Taiyana Pimentel and presented by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes through Proyecto Siqueros: La Tallera, Cuernavaca, Mexico, from December 2017 to March 2018.
"No Going Back/Sin Retorno," an interview with Carla by Dorothée Dupuis, in Terremoto, Issue #11, pp. 46-50.
“At the Threshold of Art and Life: An Interview with Carla Stellweg (the Artes Visuales Years)," by María C. Gaztambide, in Diálogo Magazine, International Center for the Arts of the Americas, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, pp.173-180.
“Ocio," an entry for the Incomplete Glossary of Latin America, in United States of Latin America, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), in collaboration with the Kadist Art Foundation, curated by Jens Hoffman and Pablo Leon de la Barra
Introduction in Contact: Christians and Moors. Image and Ritual in Mexico. Photographs by George O. Jackson, (Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX; Salt Lake City Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT), Organized by Carla Stellweg, curated by Roberto Tejada, pp. 4-6.
"Gabriel Orozco: Naturaleza Recuparada," and "Carlos Capelán: Landscape and Map," in America: Bride of the Sun: 500 years Latin America and the Low Countries (Brussels, Belgium: Flemish Community, Administration of External Relations; Gent, Belgium: Imschoot, Books, 1991), pp. 314-315; p. 338.
"The Camera's Seductress," in Frida Kahlo: The Camera Seduced (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1st Edition, 1992), p. 105-118. (First printed by Imschoot Publishers, Belgium, 1991; appeared in Dutch, German, French, and in 1993 a Spanish edition was published by La Vaca Independiente, Mexico City.)
"Magnet - New York: Conceptual, Performance, Environmental, and Installation Art by Latin American Artists in New York," in The Latin American Spirit: Art and Artists in the United States, 1920-1970 (New York: Bronx Museum of the Arts; Harry N. Abrams, 1988), pp. 284-332.
Introduction in Joaquín Torres-Garcia, 1874-1949: Late Paintings (New York: Arnold Herstand & Co., 1984).
"The Legacy of Milton Avery," in Milton Avery: Avery in Mexico and After / Avery en Mexico y obra posterior (New York: Rapoport Printing Corp., 1981), pp. 21-24.
Introduction in LAICA Journal: Southern California Art Magazine, No. 25 (Nov.–Dec. 1979). Special Issue: Art in Latin America (California: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1979), pp. 12-14.
Various articles in Excelsior (Mexico, D.F.), Supplement, "Diorama de la Cultura."