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.



"Cisco Jiménez, alias Tezcatlipop Bonampunk," in Cisco Jiménez: Anatómica, Museo Amparo, Puebla, pp. 86-91.


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.


“No son todas las que están ni están todas las que son,” in Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, pp. 291-297.

"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.)


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.

"Body Attachments," in Limited Editions of Hand Printed Etchings by Les Levine, New York: Artist Profusions, 1979, pp.35-38.



Various articles in Excelsior (Mexico, D.F.), Supplement, "Diorama de la Cultura."