2017 Panta Magazine, Issue 12 Artist Feature: Heba Y. Amin Roxanne Goldberg
2017 Time Out Istanbul Interview: Heba Y. Amin Ralph Cebeci
2017 Keen On: Concrete Within the Urban Ruins Chen Tamir
2016 Mizna Journal “Criticality and Dissent: Lana Barkawi Interviews Heba Amin” pgs. 39-43
2016 Contemporary And “Speak to the World” Aïcha Diallo
2016 Status Hour “Art as Interruption: On “Homeland”, Revolutionary Utterances, and Surveilance”, Interviewed by Adel Iskander
2015 The Intercept, Eric Hynes “Interview With Heba Yehia Amin, Caram Kapp, and Don Karl of ‘Homeland is not a Series’”
2015 Slate, Willa Paskin “An Interview With the Graffiti Artist Who Snuck Anti-Homeland Graffiti Onto the Homeland Set”
2015 Al Jazeera, Stephanie Abraham “Homeland hacker challenges media portrayals of Muslims”
2015 Exberliner, Edmund Meinerts “Heba Amin: Graffiti, racism and watermelons”
2015 Porkings Policy Review “Episode 42: The Homeland Hackers”
2015 CBC: “’Homeland is racist:’ Graffiti artists dupe show producers with Arabic tags
2015 Radio Columbia: “Heba Amin, la grafitera que se coló en Homeland”
2015 Sky News: “Graffiti Branding Hit TV Show As ‘Racist’ Gets Past Producers”
2015 CNN: “’Homeland is racist’: Artists hide subversive graffiti in hit TV show”
2015 RBB: Homeland und die arabischen Graffiti
2014 INCIRCULATION Speak2Tweet: Archiving the Egyptian Revolution? Gretchen King
2012 Deutsche Welle Arabic Germany: Young Women of Arab Origins Choose Art as the Language of Expression, Abderrahmane Ammar.
2012 Rhizome Artist Profile: Heba Amin, Yin Ho.
2005 Muslims Weekly Focus on Contemporary Muslim Art-An Interview with Heba Amin, Adrienne Haywood-James.
2005 Minnesota Women’s Press Home is Where the Art is: Arab-American Artists Explore Their Longing for Home, Kelly Westhoff.
2004 Mcubed Magazine Bridging Gaps Artistically. Ayesha Azhar.
2003 Asma Society Desert Rose: Breaking Boundaries with Heba Amin, Mehmet Dede.


2018 Frieze “15th Istanbul Biennale” Matthew McClean
2017 Hyperallergic Timely, Exciting Work by Women Artists at Miami Art Week Monica Uszerowicz
2017 Monopol Magazine “Voelllig unvorhersehbar”
2017 Zitty Zwei Frauen auf Reisein Beate Scheder
2017 Mada Masr Heba Amin in Berlin: Technologies of vision and concealment in the construction of landscape William Kherbek
2017 BE Magazine #24 From a Bird’s-Eye Perspective ­­­Valeria Schulte-Fischedick
2017 Public Art Review “Walking a Watermelon in Cairo”
2016 Süddeutsche Zeitung Heba Amins Installationen in Wien Catrin Lorch
2016 Huck Magazine Five things you need to know about culturehacking Alex King
2016: Le Monde Afrique “Dak’Art 2016: du chaos surgit une tres belle exposition internationale” Roxana Azimi
2016: rtve Bienal de Marrakech 2016 II: Proyectos paralelos
2016: The New York Times “The Ever-Evolving Typographic Life of the Arabic Language” Michael Rock
2016: Afrique in Visu “Le Terre est un ellipsoide imparfaite”: (French)
2015 ***Full list of “The Arabian Street Artists” Press (‘Homeland’ hack):***
2014 Berlinale-Reihe „Forum Expanded“: Maschinen sehen Maschinen Simon Rothoeler
2014 Festivalists The Berlinale expanse
2013 Zeit Online Schluckt das Netzwerk Eurer Feinde, Tilman Baumgärtel.
2012 Ahram Online Light in outer space: Egypt’s revolution at Australia’s digital arts festival, Sara Elkamel.
2011 TC Daily Planet Mizna’s Arab Film Fest panel discussion: The politics of art in revolution, Will Wright.
2009 Minnesota Women’s Press Powerful Portraits: Heba Amin gives faces to extraordinary Muslim women, Norma Smith Olson.
2009 The Star Tribune Putting a face on Role Models, Jeff Strickler.
2008 Encyclopedia of Arab American Artists Heba Amin, Fayeq S Oweis.


2017, “Is Hollywood too close to the military?” Upfront with Mehdi Hasan, Al Jazeera”

2017, “Afriques Capitales” curated by Simon Njami, La Villette, Paris, ARTE

2016, Serpentine Galleries “Culturehacking: A Panel with Simon Denny, Heba Amin,
Ryan Gallagher and Brett Scott, in conversation with Charlotte Higgins”

2016, Status Hour “Art as Interruption: On ‘Homeland,’ Revolutionary Utterances, Surveillance”

2015, “Homeland” Graffiti hack

2013, re:publica: “The Revolution of Jokes”