Publication, Cristina Velásquez, Quiéreme mucho, published by Matarile ediciones - Dashwood books, edited by Martha Naranjo Sandoval, NYC, U.S.

Feature and review, Cristina Velásquez, Emotional cartographies by Sabrina Mandanici, Revista de fotolibros y otras publicaciones, Penumbra Foundation, NYC, U.S.

Exhibition, Collective Interventions: on Past, Present, and Future Topographics, Fine Arts Center Gallery, School of Art, University of Arkansas, U.S. / Opening, September 17 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. / August 23 - October 3, 2021 /

Exhibition, Safe Travels, curated by Sydney Ellison, Editor of The Photographer's Green Book, Pratt University, U.S.


Exhibition, Pride, curated by Efrem Zelony Mindell and Orestes Gonzalez, at Culture Lab in The Plaxall Gallery, NYC, U.S.

Exhibition, ReGeneration4, Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, CH

Artist Talk: Re-photographing the Boundaries: A Double Consciousness, Society for Photographic Education Conference, Houston, U.S.

Exhibition, Lost, Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, U.S.

Exhibition, A-I-R New Acquisitions 2019, Light Work, Syracuse, U.S. 

Online exhibition, Love Actually, curated by Jon Feinstein, Humbleartsfoundation

Solo exhibition, The New World, curated by Marty Spellerberg and Elijah Barrett, Spellerberg Projects, Austin, U.S. 

Monograph publication, Viterbo by Cristina Velásquez. Published by Kris Graves Projects as part of the LOST II series

Exhibition feature, Structured by Terry Provencal, Patron Magazine, October issue.

Exhibition, Structured, curated by Joan Davidow, Site 131, Dallas, U.S. (September 14 - December 14, 2019)
Exhibition feature, The New World, Glasstire Magazine - TOP 5, TX, U.S.

Solo exhibition, The New World, curated by Britt Salvesen, curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Houston Center for Photography, Houston, U.S.

Artist talk at the School of Art, University of Houston, Houston, U.S.

Awarded the Kris Graves Project, Lost II Book Prize, NY, U.S.

Awarded the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship by the Houston Center for Photography, Houston, U.S.

Selected as one of the twelve artists for the Light Work Artist-in-Residency Program, 2019, Syracuse, U.S.

Screening, Endless Editions Biennial, at the EFA Project Space, curated by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo. Find more here.

Public performance, For Freedoms, 50 State initiative, billboards and public art, U.S. Find more here and here.

Auction Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography Print Auction Exhibition, Houston, U.S. Find more here.

Feature, CARMA Journal, Colombian Artistic Research Magazine, Col.

Auction, ICP Spotlights Auction honoring Mickalene Thomas, NYC, U.S. Find more here and here.

Auction, Residency Unlimited Auction, U.S. Find more here.

Feature, Cristina Velásquez, Cuarto de invitados, Espacio GAF, Mex./ Ven.

Curated, Al camello camello y al amor amor, Exhibition by New Poetics of Labor, Medellín, Col. Find more here

Edited, Al camello camello y al amor amor, Publication by New Poetics of Labor, Medellín, Col.

Curated, Tanto trabaja' y no tengo na', Video Art Exhibition by New Poetics of Labor, Teatro Lido, Medellín, Col.

Exhibition feature, For Freedoms Exhibitions, U.S.

Public performance, Pare la escoba, in collaboration with New Poetics of Labor, Medellín, Col.

Exhibition feature, Margin and Center, Glasstire Magazine, TX, U.S.

Exhibition and Artist talk, Margin and Center, Houston Center for Photography in collaboration with For freedoms, Houston, U.S.

Panelist in conversation with Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa — On the perils and possibilities of being diverse, SPE Conference, Philadelphia, U.S.

Exhibition, Notas al futuro, Salón ACME, Mex. Find more here.

Exhibition, Women in Photography, WIPNY, U.S.

Feature, Cristina Velásquez, TAG TAG TAG Magazine, U.S.

Exhibition, Notas al futuro, Galería Breve, CDMX, Mex. Find more here.

Work publication and interview by Ashlyn Davis, AINT-BAD Magazine Curators choice #12, U.S.

Recognition, Women In Photography (WIPNYC) Grant & Mentor Program, U.S.

Recognition and Exhibition, Baxter St. at CCNY Annual Juried Competition, NYC, U.S. Find more here.

Residency, Escuela Incierta, Lugar a Dudas, Cali, Col.

Feature, The New York Times, Voyages Issue, Colombia, (Second author, assisting Justine Kurland), U.S. Find more here

Exhibition feature and review, Familiar Strange, Humble Arts Foundation, NYC, U.S.

Publication, Cristina Velásquez, Foto Ajena 001, published by Wisky Fotografía, Bogotá, Col.

Exhibition feature, Familiar Strange, Musée Magazine, NYC, U.S.

Exhibition feature, Familiar Strange, PDN Magazine, U.S.

Exhibition feature and review, Familiar Strange, TAG TAG TAG Journal, U.S.

Feature, Cristina Velásquez, Capricious Publishing, U.S.

Exhibition, Familiar Strange, Baxter St. at CCNY, NYC, U.S.

Exhibition, The Artist Body, an Exhibition by Studio Duo, curated by Justine Kurland, NYC, U.S.

Exhibition, All utilities included, International Center of Photography, NYC, U.S. Find more here.

Interview, Cristina Velásquez, by Kaz Senju, NYC, U.S.

Solo Exhibition, Montañera, International Center of Photography Studios, NYC, U.S.

Feature, Cristina Velásquez, Notas al futuro Find more here.

Co-curated, Evening conversations with Nicole Eisenman and Lucas Blalock, ICP Museum, NYC, U.S.

Co-curated, Evening conversations with Caitlin Cherry and Abbas Akhavan, ICP Museum, NYC, U.S.

In response, Public, private, secret, ICP Museum, NYC, U.S.



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