2023-2024 Minneapolis Institute of Art: In Our Hands: Native Photography 1890 to Now

In a vast valley is a Native family dressed in their traditional clothing. A mountain of old TV's are behind them, showing stills of "TV Indians."

2023-2024 herizons: Portraits of Desire

2023 Denver Art Museum: Speaking With Light Online Exhibition Guide

2020 artsfile: Art from the home front revealed at Canadian War Museum 

2019 Minneapolis Institute of Art: Hearts of Our People – Native Women Artists (Exhibition Catalogue)

2019 CBC Unreserved: Uncovering the complicated history of blankets in Indigenous communities

2019 Eastern Door Network: Science Meets Art

2019 University of Toronto Scarborough: Nanabozho’s Sisters (Exhibition Catalogue)

2019 Reader’s Digest: Our Canada – Rosalie Favell 

2018 Latcham Art Centre: Rosalie Favell: Shifting Focus (Exhibition Publication) 

2018 Winnipeg Free Press. An Artistic Reckoning with Cultural Identity

2018 Herizons: Indigenous Women’s Art Goes on Public Display

2018 Indigenous Art Centre: The Indigenous Art Collection – Selected Works 1967-2017

2018 Ottawa Art Gallery: Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes / We’ll all become stories (Exhibition Catalogue)

2017 Queer Arts Festival: Unsettled (Exhibition Catalogue)

2017 Art Gallery of Ontario: Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood (Exhibition Catalogue)

2017 McGill-Queen’s University Press: Desire Change: Contemporary Feminist Art in Canada

2017 Eiteljorg: Native Art Now

2015 Canada Council of the Arts Ajagemo Gallery: Temporal Re-Imaginings (Exhibition Publication)

2015 Winnipeg Free Press: Sideshows Play to WAG Strengths

2015 Regina Leaderpost: Photo-based art showcases indigenous creative community

2015 Muskrat Magazine: ROSALIE FAVELL: (Re)Facing the Camera at MacKenzie Art Gallery

2014 Winnipeg Free Press: Multi-artist exhibit plays with notions of Winnipeg’s history, mythology

2013 Vault Review: Proposing Parity – Changing the Display of Aboriginal Women Artists

2013 Winnipeg Free Press: Works from WAG’s Photography Collection Explore the Ways We Choose to Picture ‘Family’ Say Cheese! 

2012 Canadian Art: Rosalie Favell wins 2012 Karsh Award

2012 Winnipeg Free Press: Muddying the Waters

2012 Frontiers – A Journal of Women’s Studies: Women, House, and Home in Contemporary Canadian Aboriginal Art: Hannah Claus, Rebecca Belmore, Rosalie Favell

2012 Ottawa Citizen: Following the red brick road: award-winning photographer finds her way home

2012 Ottawa Sun: Rosalie Favell wins 2012 Karsh Award

2012 City of Ottawa Karsh-Masson Gallery: The Karsh Award

2012 Akimbo: Faraway Nearby

2012 Cargo Collective: A Conversation with Rosalie Favell and Erin Marie Konsmo

2011 McGill-Queen’s University Press: The Cultural Work of Photography in Canada

2011 Dissertation by Jessie Short: All of My Blood is Red – Contemporary Metis Visual Culture and Identity

2009 National Museums Scotland: Visual Currencies – Reflections on Native Photography

2008 Othered Women: Curator’s Essay

2007 Paper Wait 2007-2009 Volumes 10 + 11: Mother’s Mother’s Mother

2007 BlackFlash: Seeing Red

2000 Ciel Variable: Rosalie Favell: Longing and Not Belonging

1999 Indian Art Centre: Longing Not Belonging (Exhibition Catalogue) 

1994 Dunlop Art Gallery: Living Evidence


Rosalie Favell Cube Gallery, Ottawa 2013

Facing the Camera: Rosalie Favell