For a complete list of bibliographical references, please check out my CV, listed and downloadable on the website.


  Muriel Hasbun, Pax Tecum Filomena: Una Canción para Ti, by Matarile Ediciones, 2023.
  Lenscratch, The 2023 Lenscratch Staff Favorite Things, December 30, 2023.
  Durón, Max, The Year in Latinx Art: Icons Receive Their Due as Mid-Career and Emerging Artists
Get Spotlights, ARTnews, December 29, 2023.
  Artishock Revista, ICP Presents First NYC Career Survey of Muriel Hasbun, 22.12.2023.
  Reinoza, Tatiana, Muriel Hasbun, Todos los santos (Volcán de Izalco, amén), Smarthistory,
November 30, 2023.
  Zhu, Kaleo, Review: ‘Muriel Hasbun: Tracing Terruño’ examines the fragility of memory and identity amid displacement, NYU News, December 5, 2023.
  Selden, Richard, New York Bound? Seek Out These 6 Art Shows, The Georgetowner, Dec. 7, 2023.
  Packard, Cassie, The Case for the Place of Feeling in Photography, Art Review Magazine, 5 Oct.2023.
  Heinrich, Will, Fall Preview: Art Shows and Exhibitions to See This Fall, NYT, Sept. 4, 2023.
  Vartanian, Hrag, Hyperallergic Fall 2023 New York Art Guide, Hyperallergic, September 1, 2023.
  Esposito, Veronica, ‘We’re craving intimacy’: how art can show the power and limitations of trust, The Guardian, August 21, 2023.
  Garcia Cheran, Joanna, Late Summer is for NYC Art Lovers, LATINA, August 2023.
  ISLAA, Erina Duganne on Muriel Hasbun, 270 Film Series, 2023.
  Biczel, Dorota, Beyond the Record: Muriel Hasbun, Stephanie Concepción Ramírez, Jessica Carolina González, Houston Center for Photography, (exhibition brochure), 2022.
  Capps, Kriston, “The Stories Art Can Tell,” The Washington Post Magazine, June 19, 2022.
  Oslé, Emma, “Lost and Found: Unearthing the Echoes of Muriel Hasbun’s Seismic Traces,” Intervenxions, NYU Latinx Project, NY, NY, April 5, 2022.
  Erina Duganne and Abigail Satinsky, eds., Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarities, Inventory Press and Tufts University Art Galleries, 2022.
  Villasmil, Alejandra, Artists Call. Redes de solidaridad entre artistas y activistas de EEUU y Centroamérica, Artishock Revista, 27 Feb 2022.
  Duganne, Erina, “Registers for the Future: Muriel Hasbun’s Pulse,” Rutgers Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, (online catalog essay for “Muriel Hasbun: Seismic Traces”), 2021.

  Pretelin, Claudia and Muriel Hasbun, “Between Memories: An Interview with Muriel Hasbun,” Instruments of Memory, October 2021.
  Pardo, Cristina, “Entre Auvergne e Izalco. Terruño y lugar diaspórico en el trabajo fotográfico de Muriel Hasbun,” VIII Congreso Centroamericano de Estudios Culturales, Guatemala, Oct. 15, 2021.
  Duganne, Erina, “There was no record of her smile: Muriel Hasbun’s X post facto,” in Contact Zones: Photography, Migration and Cultural Encounters in the United States, Justin Carlisle, Sigrid Lien (eds.), Leuven University Press, 2021.
  Duganne, Erina, “There was no record of her smile: Muriel Hasbun’s X post facto,” in Photography Between Evidence and Disclosure, Rutgers University Center for Cultural Analysis, April 9, 2021.
  Benítez, Raúl, “Fotografío para cuestionar: Muriel Hasbun,” Disruptiva, febrero 15, 2021.
  Rousseau, Claudia, “RECORD: Cultural Pulses/Muriel Hasbun,” East City Art, Feb. 19, 2021.
  “Photography is Dead…Long live Photography!,” Candela Books + Gallery, exhibition catalog, 2021.
  Ferrer, Elizabeth, Latinx Photography in the United States: A Visual History, University of Washington Press, 2021.
  Ober, Cara, “The 2020 Sondheim Prize Finalists,” BmoreArt, July 24, 2020.
  Rousseau, Claudia, “The Trawick Contemporary Art Awards 2019,” East City Art, Sept. 18, 2019.
  Wexler, Ellyn, “Gallery B Exhibits Visual Arts by Trawick Prize Finalists: Muriel Hasbun’s
Photography, Video and Interactive Installations Explore Identity, Migration, Memory,” Culture
Spotlight MC, Sept. 2019.
  Cornejo, Kency, U.S. Central Americans in Art and Visual Culture, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of
Literature, Online Publication, Feb. 2019.
  Marchio, Julie, “(Pos)Memoria(s) de la diaspora judia en Centroamerica: ¿De un trauma a otro?,”
Revista de Historia, IHNCA (UCA), Nicaragua, No. 36, 2019.
  Roth, Paul, “Muriel Hasbun: Saints and Shadows, A Journey of a Complex Heritage,”in TRIBE:
Photography and Media from the Arab World, Dubai, Issue 7, 2018.

  Smithson, Aline, “Center’s Producer’s Choice 2nd Place Award: Muriel Hasbun,” Lenscratch, May 27,
  Smithson, Aline, “Center’s Curator’s Choice 2nd Place Award: Muriel Hasbun,” Lenscratch, June 27, 2017.
  Herrera, Adriana, “Artist Immigrants of Washington: The Looking Glass,” Arte al Día, 2017.
  Jenkins, Mark, “In the Galleries: Conversations between mother and daughter, teacher and student,” The Washington Post, October 8, 2016.
  The Kojo Nnamdi Show, “Through “The Looking Glass”: Latin American Immigrant Artists in D.C.” WAMU 88.5, Tuesday, August 9, 2016.
  Rassmussen, Jack, The Looking Glass: Artist Immigrants of Washington, exhibition catalog, Alper Initiative for Washington Art, American University Museum, 2016.
  Mejía, Diandra, “Arte Voz El Salvador, memoria e identidad,” El Diario de Hoy, 27.mar.2016.

  Trull, Armando, “Art From El Salvador’s Civil War Sparks Painful Memories,” WAMU 88.5, Washington, D.C., October 9, 2015.
  Cornejo, Kency, “Does That Come with a Hyphen? A Space?: The Question of Central American-Americans in Latino Art and Pedagogy,” Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, 40:1, University of California Regents, Spring 2015.
  Aranda-Alvarado, Rocío, “Art Adventures with El Museo del Barrio: El Salvador,”Artsy, May 2015.
  Andreu, Tomás y Fred Ramos, “La galería El Laberinto creció y floreció durante la guerra, que es la paradoja más grande que existe,” El Faro, April 26, 2015.
    Hubbard, Kitty, Report: Society for Photographic Education 51st National Conference, Afterimage, June 2014.
  Coppola, John, “What is American about Latino Art?,” The Miami Herald, March 2, 2014.

  Ramos, Carmen E., Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2014



Gross, Rebecca, “Getting to Know Oneself,” NEA ARTS Magazine, No. 4, 2013.


Harlan, Becky and Muriel Hasbun, “Five Questions with Photographer Muriel Hasbun,” EyeLevel, December 12, 2013.


O’Sullivan, Michael, “A Democracy of Images Art Review,” The Washington Post, Dec. 5, 2013.


Ramos, Carmen and Florencia Bazzano-Nelson, “Preparing for Our America: Close to Home: Muriel Hasbun and Washington D.C.’s Salvadoran Community,” EyeLevel, Sept. 14, 2013.


e-misférica, "On the Subject of Archives", ed. by Marianne Hirsch and Diana Taylor; essay by Sareh Afshar, 2012

PDF Essay by Sareh Afshar

PDF X post facto Artist Statement 

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


    University of Texas Austin: Archive and Memory, 2012
    Corcoran Press Release for 2 Nations, 2 Museums, 1 Identity, 2012

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




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


WashPost GoingOutGuide Conversación PDF


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

Close to Home Wall Text PDF

PDF of Wash Post article 

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


PDF Excerpt


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




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



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



    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 PDF



    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


PDF of Catalog


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