"We Are Each Other’s Medicine" 2018. Canadian Art

"The Imagination of Jennifer Harge's Choreography" 2018. ARTS.BLACK. 

"We Will Rise from the Ashes" Cumulus, Parkett No. 100/101, 2017 (471-479)

"Conceptual Kinfolk," 108 Contemporary. Both Sides Now: Joyce J. Scott & Sonya Clark.  (print catalog entry)

Meditative Rigor: The Work of Neha Vedpathak by Taylor Renee Aldridge, Art21

Documenting Detroit: Scott Hocking & Bree Gant by Laura Mott & Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2017, Art21

Rust in Detroit: Ingenuity, Process, and Natural Order by Laura Mott & Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2017, Art21

Reflections on Modernity by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2017, Open Space

Building Better Futures: Complex Movements Brings ‘Beware of the Dandelions’ to Detroit by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2017, ARTNews

Black Bodies, White Cubes: The Problem with Contemporary Art's Appropriation of Race by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2016, ARTNews

Trying to Plan for A future of Detroit without leaving it Behind, by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2016, Hyperallergic 

A Revolutionary Act: Art Getting Physical by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2016, Contemporary &

Transplant Exploits: Detroit's Savior Complex by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2016, ARTS.BLACK

Detroit Three #1 by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2016, ARTS.BLACK

Nic Notion Redefines Etiquette by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2015, ARTS.BLACK

In Conversation with Artist Mario Moore by Taylor Renee Aldridge, 2015, ARTS.BLACK

"DIA offers a potent exhibit of African-American artists," October 21, 2015, MetroTimes Detroit

"Nick Cave’s delicate balancing act in Detroit," August 6, 2015, MetroTimes Detroit