Glasstire, December 2020  
Artist On Artist: Betelhem Makonnen w/ Christopher Blay, podcast

frieze, December 2020
Lauren Moya Ford Adrian Aguilera and Betelhem Makonnen’s Vision of an America That Is Yet to Be

Sightlines Magazine, November 2020
Lauren Moya Ford Adrian Aguilera and Betelhem Makonnen: ‘people the We’

Glasstire Top Five: March 5, 2020, W/ Mark Bradford

Arts and Culture Magazine, March 2020 Jeanne Claire van Ryzen Rock ResetL with her tito’s prize exhibition, Betelhem Makonnen suggests an alternative to our current climate of temporal anxiety

Hyperallergic, December 2019
Billy Anania Two Transnational Artists Connect Through Shared Experiences of Displacement

Sightlines Magazine, December 2019
Barbara Purcell Retracing the Past Back to the No

Austin American Statesman, October 2019
Michael Barnes Time collapses for Tito’s Prize winner Betelhem Makonnen

SAIC F Newsmagazine, August 6, 2019
Luis Lopez Levi Low-Residency, High Impact

Austin Chronicle, June 2019
Robert Faires Local Exhibitions Point to Ways People of Color Were Freed but Still Aren't Free.
The Carver Museum asks: Freedom when?

Art in America, May 2019
Sean J Patrick Carney Dark Eco - Comedy: Austin’s Fusebox Festival

Sightlines Magazine, April 2019
Kaila Schedeen Trying to get present: Black Mountain Project’s constant escape

Fusebox Festival Blog April 2019
Phillip Townsend Black Mountain Project: Constant Escape

Austin Art in Public Places TEMPO Project, October 2018
untitled (these united states)

Arts and Culture Magazine, March 2018
Tarra Gaines The Geology of Art: Fusebox 2018

Revista Lampejo, March 2017
Daniel Corte Daniel Lin(Ha)S Nômades

Conflict of Interest, October, 2017

Jessi DiTillio, Q+A with Adrian Aguilera + Betelhem Makonnen

Revista Caju, April, 2017
Analu Cunha videoarte em transito

Austin Chronicle, December 2016
Caitlin Greenwood Imperialism and identity compete in Betelhem Makonnen’s solo show about a 19th century Ethiopian prince

Arts and Culture Magazine, September 2016
Thao Votang, The Honesty of Rocks: Crit Group at GrayDUCK Gallery

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