Press

Critics’ Pick by Serena Qiu, ARTFORUM

Seven Photographers Bring New Energy to Self-Portraiture by Jon Feinstein, VICE

Reflecting on Childhood: Aggression and Intimacy at the Playground by Cat Lachowskyj, Lensculture

Five Questions: Rafael Soldi, GRAY Magazine

6 things to do in Seattle by Brangien Davis, Crosscut

Internally Yours: A Conversation between Jon Feinstein and Rafael Soldi, In The In-Between

Rafael Soldi: Life Stand Still Here, Lenscratch

Inside Out, Profile feature by Conor Risch, PDN (print, online)

Rafael Soldi: Life Stand Still Here, AINT-BAD

5x5: Family Disrupted, TAGTAGTAG Magazine

Rafael Soldi Solo Exhibition at ClampArt, We And The Color

Finding a Home, City Arts Magazine

Spotlight: Rafael Soldi, Photo-Emphasis

Viewing Photographer Rafael Soldi Through the Lens of Diane Arbus, The Stranger

Photographing Loss With an Abstract Lens, Humble Arts Foundation

Dark Mirrors: Rafael Soldi, Vignettes

She Knew by Rafael Soldi, Hello Mr.

Sizzling Summer Shows, What Will You Remember?

Rafael Soldi Curates Here & Now, Lenscratch

Q&A: Here & Now, Light Leaked

Sentiment at the Griffin Museum, The Boston Globe

Art Review: Here & Now, The Pittsbubrgh Tribune

'Queer Geographies' exhibit evolving diversity in America, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Here & Now’ Traces the Diversity of the LGBT Experience, The Pittsburgh City Paper

Rafael Soldi Displays Black-and-White Photography with Wild Abandon, Seattle Magazine

Map Quest!, What Will You Remember?

At Frye Art Museum, Works Old and New Come Together, Seattle Magazine

Fechin and Chambers at the Frye, CityArts

Two ‘Hide/Seek’ offshoots in Seattle (print), Seattle Times (print, online)

NW artists respond to TAM’s “Hide/Seek”, The News Tribune

New Identities, New Ideas, International Examiner

Rafael Soldi at SAM Gallery, Seattle Art Museum

Faces at Gallery 339, 34th St Magazine

Rafael Soldi Comes to Terms with a Breakup Through Self Portraits, Feature Shoot

Q&A: Rafael Soldi, Icon United

PDNedu, Interview: Internship Feature, Spring ‘10 Issue

Select Gender at Dumbo’s Farmani Gallery, Lost at E Minor