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e-misférica, "On the Subject of

Archives", ed. by Marianne Hirsch and Diana Tayllor; essay by Sareh Afshar, 2012

PDF Essay

PDF Artist Statement 

Marianne Hirsch: The Generation of Post Memory: Writing and Visual Culture After the Holocaust, 2012


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    University of Texas Austin: Archive and Memory, 2012
    Corcoran Press Release for 2 Nations, 2 Museums, 1 Identity, 2012
    The Washington Post Review of WPA Art Auction by Mark Jenkins, 2011

The Washington Post Review of Conversación by Michael O'Sullivan, 2011




The Washington Post Going Out Guide Blog Review of Conversacion, 2011



    Fotoweek DC Honors, 2011

Light Work: En Foco/In Focus: Selected Works from the Permanent Collection, 2011




100 Artists of Washington D.C.: Lennox Campello, 2011




Corcoran Press Release for 2 Museums, 2 Nations, 1 Identity, 2011



The Washington Post Review of Close to Home: Photographers and Their Families by Mark Jenkins, 2011


    El Diario de Hoy Review of Close to Home, 2011
    Lilly Albritton's essay, Barquitos de papel & Other Stories, MAC-Dallas, 2010.

Smithsonian American Art Museum: Meet the Artist Video, 2010




Smithsonian American Art Museum: Intersections/Intersecciones Panel Discussion, 2010




The Fulbright Experience: Video, 2010


    Gift Exchange, DC Arts Center, 2009

Body Politics, ed. by Marcelo Brodsky & Julio Pantoja


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El Diario de Hoy Review of barquitos de papel at the American University Museum, 2008




Fulbright Scholar Project, essay in U.S. Dept. of State Fulbright website, 2008



Marianne Hirsch & Leo Spitzer, "What's Wrong With This Picture?" from Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 2006


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    Fulbright Catalog, 2006

ARTnews Review of Memento: Muriel Hasbun Photographs by Roger Atwood, 2005



Seattle Times Review of Memento, 2004 


    Paul Roth's Essay in Memento: Muriel Hasbun Photographs Brochure, 2004
    Corcoran Gallery of Art Press Release for Memento: Muriel Hasbun Photographs, 2004
    The Washington Post: Weekend's Best: Memento

Camera Works: "Muriel Hasbun and Layering Images", by Frank van Riper, 2004




The Washington Diplomat Review of Memento: "Angels and Phantoms" by Carolyn Cosmos, 2004



    The Washington Post Review of Memento: "Multiple Exposures" by Mark Jenkins  
    Washingtonian Online Review of Memento 
  The New York Times Review of Memento, 2004
    Washington City Paper Review of Watched Over, 2003
    The Washington Post Review of Watched Over: "Memory Over Memory" by Jessica Dawson, 2003

50th Venice Biennale:"Protegida (Watched Over): Muriel Hasbun's Postmemory Project" by Andy Grundberg, 2003


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    "Editorial", ZoneZero, by Pedro Meyer, June 1997