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GENERAL
Javier Melian, Leah Gordon and life between Modern and Magic, Chromart, (June 2017)

FREEMASONS IN HAITI
Lucy Bourton, Leah Gordon photographs the Freemasons of contemporary Haiti, It's Nice That, (June 2017)

AIRPORT PRAYER SPACES
Kadish Morris, Photographing Prayer Spaces in Airports Around the World, AnOther Magazine, (August 2017)

CASTE | CAST
Mark Sheerin, Interwoven Histories: Exploring Britain and Haiti, Hyperallergic, (May 2014)

Sarah Phillips, Leah Gordon: My Best Shot, The Guardian, (June 2012)

Evelyne Politanoff, Leah Gordon: ‘Caste’ The Nine Degrees Of Skin Color, Huffington Post, (July 2012)

Picture Preview, Leah Gordon portraits of Caste, The Independent, (June 2012)

THE TAILORS OF PORT-AU-PRINCE
Ben Fountain, What the Eye Feels: Leah Gordon and the Tailors of Port-au-Prince, Photoworks Magazine, (October 2016)

KANAVAL
Sean O'Hagan, Behind the Mask: Kanaval captures the hidden Haiti, The Guardian (July 2010)

Diana Damian, Leah Gordon: Kanaval – Vodou, Politics And Revolution On The Streets Of Haiti, Artists' Newsletter, (June 2012)

Scott Typaldos, Leah Gordon | Kanaval : exhibit and texts, The Roughouse, (June 2017)

Rachel Hamilton, Leah Gordon, Don't Panic, (July 2010)

GERMAN CARNIVAL
Rachel Speed, German Carnival, Pylot Magazine, (June 2016)

GHETTO BIENNALE
David McFadden, Haiti artists forge int'l reputation with art made of junk, AP, April 2016

Blink and you'll miss the Ghetto Biennale, The Art Newspaper, Dec 2015

Théophile Pillault, Le Guide VICE de l’Art contemporain, VICE | France, January 2016

Museum of Trance bei der Ghetto Biennale: “I’M LIVING IN A HEAP OF GARBAGE FROM THE 90S”, Linus Volkmann, KAPUT Magazine, October 2015

Trance is a State of Mind: The Ghetto Biennial’s Museum of Trance, Adam Kaplan, 032c, October 2015

Sibyelle Fischer, Atlantic Ontologies: On Violence and Being Human, Caribbean Rasamblaj, e-misferica, vol 12 issue 1 2015

Carolyn Duffey, Ghetto Biennale and “Jalousie en Couleur”: The Politics of Post-Earthquake Aesthetics in Port-Au- Prince, P[art]icipatory Urbanisms, Oct 2015

Serubiri Moses, Haitian Stories of Resistance, Another Africa, Oct 2015

Edward Moore, Jocks and Nerds, July 2015

Michel Oren, Biennials that promote an 'emancipatory politics', World Art, vol 4, No. 2, 277-305, 2014

The Biennale Questionnaire, ArtReview, Nov 2013

Valéry Daudier, Le Nouvelliste, Nov 2013

Wendy Asquith, Haiti’s first national pavilion at the Venice Biennale: anachronism or illuminating opportunity?, Open Arts Journal, Issue 2, Nov 2013

Myriam Vaneshi, The Many Contradictions of a Ghetto Biennale, Hyperallergic, Dec 2013

Katy Beinart, Salted Earth Blog, Jan 2014

David Frohnapfel, The 3rd Ghetto Biennale 2013: Decentering the Market and Other Tales of Progress: A Review, Artlink vol 34 no 1, Feb 2014

Samantha Fein, Sam Fein Blog, March 2014

The Global in the Local, The Daily Serving, March 2014

Ingo Arend, The Power of the word 'biennial', Taz, March 2014

Tom Bogaert, International, Humanitarian, Artist, Activist, Project Inkblot, April 2014

Misal Adnan Yildiz, Platforms of Exchange or Opportunities for Networks, Global Art and the Museum, ZKM, June 2014

Nadine Zeidler, Frieze, February 2012

David Frohnapfel, Caribbean Intransit Vol 1. Issue 2.

Florian Obkircher, Red Bulletin, July 2012