Lara Baladi, the Egyptian-Lebanese Artist Changing our Perception of Protest, Document Journal, January 2019

Interview, Lara Baladi, Hromadske International, Ukraine, November 2019

The Gwangju Biennale Is Overly Ambitious, ArtNet News, by Hili Person, September 2018

Looking for a Needle in Gwangju Biennale’s Haystack, Korea Times, by Kwan Mee-yoo, September 2018


I Revolutiones Mave, Weekendavisen Kultur, by Pernille Albrechtsen, March 2018

#WhatIf, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen — Intervista a Irene Campolmi, by Giulia Morrucchio, May 2018

Kunst er Ikke SoMe, Informationen, by Ida Marie Hede, March 2018

Dokumentariske Utopier For an Grumset Verden, by Kristian Handberg, March 2018

Lidt Kunsth - Meget Politik, Berlinske, by Torben Weirup, March 2018


Be Realistic, Ask for the Impossible, exhibition review, Springerin Magazine, 2018

Facing the Sniper, Frankfurter Allgemeine, online article on the exhibition Affect Me, KAI 10, Arthena Foundation, Dusseldorf, Germany, by Georg Imdahl, 2018

Affect Me: Wie plötzlich Reales zur Fiktion wird, 2017

Affective Societies Blog, 2017

WDR 5 Aktuelle Kultur (1/2), German Radio, 2017

WDR 5 Scala Aktuelle Kultur (2/2), German Radio, 2017

Vox Populi

Report: Public Debate ‘Vox Populi and The Syrian Archive,' summary of the presentations and pubic debate on digital archiving practices, activism, and the role of the artist, Framer/Framed and Tactical Media Files, online platforms, 2017

A Sprawling Tapestry's Surreal Visions of Egypt, Hyperallergic, by Claire Voon, 2016

Perspectives: Lara Baladi, Washington City Paper, by Kriston Capps, 2015

Lara Baladi: Vox Populi, Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age, MIT Center for Civic Media, by Katie Arthur, 2016

Viewing Ecologies, essay by Louise Wolthers, Watched, Hasselblad Foundation, 2016

Art and the Arab Citizen: Raising Public Consciousness through the Arts, Guggenheim Blogs, by Salwa Mikdadi, 2015

Artist Lara Baladi helps unravel the mysteries of her 29-foot-long tapestry ‘Oum el Dounia,’ on view at Sackler, The Washington Post, by Elena Goukasssian, 2015

Lara Baladi: On Tahrir, Memory, and Archiving the Revolution, by Sarah Moawad, 2014

The Work of Art in the Digital Age, Art Technology and Globalization, by Melissa Langdon, 2014

Soziale Zensur, Springerin, by Nehad Selaiha 2014

Radical Archive Fever, Hyperallergic, by Mostafa Heddaya, 2014

Not in the Age of Pharaohs, Prefix, by Bruce Ferguson, 2013

"Es ist wie ein Fieber," Wiener Zeitung, by Von Matthias Nagl, 2013

Arab Spring, Awakening, Rehan Dadi, Cornell Daily Sun, 2012

Beyond the Image, Ibraaz, a project by Lara Baladi with an introduction by Dorothea Schoene, 2012


Muftah, Lara Baladi: On Tahrir, Memory, and Archiving the Revolution, by Sarah Moawad, 2014

Tahrir Cinema

Tahrir Cinema Displays Revolutionary Power of Archives, by Helen Stuhr-Rommereim, 2011



Affective Societies, Affected Scientists!, 5 Questions to Lara Baladi, June 2018

Filming Revolution, Alisa Lebow, 2015

Lara Baladi: Narrator of Invisible Things, Dior Magazine, #12, 2015

Lara Baladi, Summer Autumn Winter and Spring: Conversations with Artists from the Arab World, 2015

Before and After: and the Suspension of Breath in Between, Positionen, Steidl, 2013

A conversation with Lara Baladi, Afterimage, Vol. 39 n5, 2011

Lara Baladi: Rituals of Hope, Nafas Magazine, Universe in Universe, 2011 




Archiving as an Act of Resistance, contribution, project and essay commissioned and published on:

Ibraaz platform online, Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East, April 2016

Culture+Conflict, Supporting Arts and Culture in International Conflict & Post Conflict Situations, online platform, July 2016

Autonomous Archiving, ebook, collection of essays, essay contribution, Artikisler Collective, dpr-barcelona, August 2016

Unfixed Images: Remembering Lebanon, essay by Lara Baladi, Creative Time Reports, 2015

Artists Support Ukraine, Message by Lara Baladi, 2014

When Seeing is Belonging: The Photography of Tahrir, essay by Lara Baladi, Creative Time Reports, 2013

Tahrir, Two Years Later, video installation excerpt by Lara Baladi, Creative Time Reports, 2013

Tahrir, Two Years Later, video installation excerpt by Lara Baladi, Guernica Magazine, 2013


Camera Austria International #143, Special Issue, Nothing is Well in Egypt, essay contribution, published September 2018

The Screen Media Reader, Culture, Theory, Practice, Anthology of Writings on the Screen and Screen Practices, edited by Stephen Monteiro, essay contribution, Bloomsbury Publishing, February 2017

Chronicles of the Egyptian Revolution and its Aftermath, by Cherif M. Bassiouni, Cambridge University Press, December 2016

Watched, Louise Wolthers, mention of Vox Populi and contribution, Corner House publication, December 2016

Vodka-Chamomille, a Cocktail for a Revolution, by Lara Baladi, AGNI, May 2016

When Seeing is Belonging: The Photography of Tahrir, by Lara Baladi, Broadsheet magazine, 2013

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