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Hillstom Museum of Art. “Fevzi Yazici: DARK WHITE”. Exhibition Catalogue. The exhibition, first presented in 2020 at the Yeh Art Gallery, has been expanded with recent works by the artist. This new catalogue includes essays by: Donald Myers -Director Hillstrom Museum Art, the Artist Fevzi Yazici, Greg Manifold -Creative Director of The Washington Post, and an extended text by the Curator Alex Morel. February 14th through April 24th, 2022

Hillstom Museum of Art. “Fevzi Yazici: DARK WHITE”. Video Walk-Through of Exhibition. February 14th through April 24th, 2022

Hillstom Museum of Art. “Fevzi Yazici: DARK WHITE”. Exhibition introductory video produced by Firdevs Yazici, wife of artist Fevzi Yazici. February 14th through April 24th, 2022

Advocates for Dignity and Affinity Centre. “Beyond the Water: Lecture and Exhibition”. Sydney - Australia, March 13th, 2020

Beyond the Water. “Introduction and conversation with John Cleary & Mehmet Saral”. Advocates for Dignity, March, 2020

Yeh Art Gallery. “Fevzi Yazici: DARK WHITE.” The first institutional solo exhibition in the United States by the award winning Turkish visual journalist. The exhibition surveys 40 works on paper by Yazici, including drawings, typographies, and notes produced before and during his current incarceration in Istanbul. Yazici was imprisoned accused of alleged connections to the failed coup attempt of 2016 in Turkey. Curated by Alex Morel, January, 2020

Dark White – Fevzi Yazici. Manifold, Greg. “Art of darkness”. Washington Post, May 15th, 2020

Dark White – Fevzi Yazici. Harris, Gareth. “Scribbled with a prison pen: detained Turkish designer's drawings go on show in New York”. The Art Newspaper, January 29th, 2020

Dark White – Fevzi Yazici. “Türkischer Grafikdesigner hinter Gittern: Am Umsturz mitgezeichnet?”. Duetsch Turkisches Journal – DTJ, February 13th, 2020

Dark White – Fevzi Yazici. “Jailed visual journalist’s work to be exhibited at New York art gallery”. Stockholm Center for Freedom - SCF, January 2th, 2020

Dark White – Fevzi Yazici. “St. John’s hosts artists’ first NYC exhibitions”. Queens Chronicle, February 13th, 2020

The River, a film by Thomas Sideris. “Virtual Documentary Launch with Journalist Thomas Sideris and Alex Morel”. Journalist and Writers Foundation – JWF, July 28th, 2020

GNA Project. "The Failure Of The Square", March, 2019.

GNA Project. Exhibition Poster/Announcement: "The Failure Of The Square", March, 2019.

Press/Announcement. “GNA project presenterar: Alex Morel - Kvadratens misslyckande”. Centrum for Fotografi - CFF, March, 2019

Press/Announcement. “GNA project presenterar Alex Morels utställning ”Kvadratens misslyckande”. Svenska Fotografers Förbund, March, 2019

Press/Announcement. “GNA project i Mälarhöjden: Vernissage! The Failure of the Square – Alex Morel”. Battrestadsdel, March. 2019

BRIC HOUSE. “Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas.” Curated by Abigail Lapin Dardashti, March, 2018

BRIC HOUSE. Press Release: “Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas.”

BRIC HOUSE. Exhibition Catalog: “Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas.” 2018.

BRIC HOUSE. Panel Discussion: “Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and their Diasporas.” April, 2018.

Rodriguez, Xuxa. “Bordering the Imaginary: Art from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Their Diasporas / Xuxa Rodríguez”. ASAP Journal, April 16th, 2018

Morel, Alex, et al. “FOXES HAVE DENS, AND THE BIRDS IN THE SKY HAVE NESTS, BUT THE SON OF MAN HAS NOT PLACE TO LAY HIS HEAD.—Mathew 8:20, A Photographic Project.” Journal of Vincentian Social Action (JoVSA), May 2018

Pakkan, Ali Emir. “Note to history from New York”. SamanyoluHabber, October 9th, 2018


Cid, Ana. “Inauguran exhibición fotográfica “En La Casa De Rumi”, de Alex Morel”, Acento, November 14th, 2014

Cid, Ana. “Inauguran exhibición fotográfica “En La Casa De Rumi”, de Alex Morel”, Maximo Laureano, November 14th, 2014

Nuez, Ramon. “Photographer Alex Morel Talks About Education and Haiti” (interview), Latinos Behind the Lens, July 10th, 2013

Arvan, Alice. “Success Stories: William Morel ‘97C” (interview), St. John’s University, 2013

Dr. M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery. "Sublime Porte: Art in Contemporary Turkey" (exhibition catalog, p.17), Curate by Yulia Tikhonova and Parvez Mohsin, 2013

Photo District News. PDN Photo of the Day, November 8th, 2012

En Foco, “Alex Morel”, Photographers Archives, 2012

En Foco, “Alex Morel: Relaciones & Relatos / Relations & Tales”, Solo Exhibition, Curated by Dee Campos, 2012

CCNY Benefit Auction, “Alex Morel - Feature Artist”, Video, Presented by Allen Frame, 2012

Yeh Art Gallery. “Unpacking the FSA: The Photographic Archives of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information.” The FSA employed over 20 photographers - spanned almost 20 years – and created more than 175,000 photographs during the 1930s and 1940s becoming one of the most important documentary projects in the history of photography. This exhibition features work by: Marion Post-Wolcott, Louise Rosskam, Jack Delano, Dorothea Lange, Fenno Jacobs, Howard Hollem, Gordon Parks, Russell Lee, John Vachon, Alfred Palmer, Marjory Collins, Ben Shahn, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein, John Collier, and Paul Carter amongst others. Curated by Alex Morel, March 20th, 2012

Yeh Art Gallery. “Jeff Mermelstein: 9.11.01.” As part of the 10th anniversary of the September 2011 attack on New York City, this exhibition presented the work of renowned photographer Jeff Mermelstein whose images have become some of the most iconic representations of that day. Many of the images in the exhibition had never been shown until this moment. Curated by Alex Morel, September 6th, 2011

World Bank. “About Change, in Latin America and the Caribbean”, (exhibition catalog), Washington DC, USA, 2011

Miller, Jeanette. “Historia de la Fotografia Dominicana, Vol. II, 1961-2007”. Santo Domingo, Rep. Dom. Grupo Leon Jimenes, 2010

The School of Visual Arts. CCNY Lecture Series, September 16th, 2010

Walker, Benjamen. “A New York Moment: Alex Morel”, WNYC – Culture, 2010

Instituto Cervantes, Galeria Amter Yard. “El Ojo de Tu Vecino” (exhibition catalog), Curated by Rafael DiazCasas, 2009

Yeh Art Gallery. “These Are Seven Million Bodies.” An exhibition about crimes against humanity and genocide (official or unofficial) in recent history, featuring the works of photographers Jonathan Torgovnik, Marcus Bleasdale, and Ron Haviv. Curated by Alex Morel, September 1st, 2009

America University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. “XVII IBERO-AMERICAN ART SALON” (exhibition catalog), 2008

Romeo, Francesca. “Alex Morel”, Pixelated News, November 20th, 2008

Rubin, Edward. “Exploring the Contours of Latino Arts”, Hispanic Outlook, July 28th, 2008

St. John’s University. “Ties & Attachments”, Solo Exhibition, Curated by Parvez Mohsin, 2008

El Museo del Barrio. “The SFiles07, The 5th Bienal of El Museo del Barrio” (exhibition catalog), Curated by Elvis Fuentes and Carmen Ramos, 2007

Marsh, Julia. “Bienial Redefines Latino Art”, Manhattan Times, Volume 8 No. 33, August 16-22nd, 2007

“DRIFT Project”, Curated by Eileen Olivieri Torpey, Bradley Antone Pecore, and Jaime Powell, 2006 & 2010

LaRosa, Nicole. “Now You See It, Now You Don’t”, The Riverdale Press, November 23rd, 2006
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FOTOMUSEUM Winterthur. “Alex Morel: In der Stille des Nachmittags”, Archive, Curated by Urs Stahel, 2005

FOTOMUSUEM Winterthur. “Alex Morel: In der Stille des Nachmittags”, Leporello, 2005

Selected Press. “Alex Morel: In der Stille des Nachmittags”, FOTOMUSUEM Winterthur, Curated by Urs Stahel, 2005

DeSeyn, Susan. “Interview with Alex Morel: Twenty Photographs”, ARTWURL, 2004

Centro Leon. “XX Eduardo León Jimenes Bienal” (exhibition catalog), Santiago, Dom. Rep., 2004

Peréz, Altagracia. “Alexander Morel”, Interview with Alex Morel, Oh! Magazine, TalentOH!, 2004

“Alexander Morel Expone Su Praxis”, El Caribe, Cultura, Arte, Febuary 25th, 2004
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Sait-Pierre, Charles. “Alexander Morel”, Interview with Alex Morel. Hoy, Areito, February 16th, 2003

Arroyo, Aquino. “Un Fotógrafo”, El Nacional, March 9th, 2003

Centro Leon. Grupo Leon Jimenes. “Mitos y Realidades de Caribe Contemporaneo”, XIX Biennale E. Leon Jimenes, (exhibition catalog), Santiago, Dom. Rep., 2002

De Tolentino, Marianne. “XIX Concurso de Arte Eduardo León Jimenes”, Cariforum, November, 2002

Center for Latino Arts and Culture, Rutgers University. “The Visual Imaginary of Latinas/os in New Jersey” (exhibition catalog), 2002

Bello, Marisol, and Alex Morel. “Haiti: Dark, Light and Color Photos”, Pan American Health Organization, Perspectives in Health Magazine, Volume 7 No. 3 p.12-19, 2002

Rabbit Gallery. “SORTALIKAREVELATION” (exhibition catalog), Curated by Susan DeSeyn, 2001

McKenna, Sheila. “Profile: Alex Morel”, Newsday, February 16th, 1997