Reviews and Articles

"Liberating a City & Liberating Women,” Adrian Leeds, French Property Insider, April 28, 2016

"Performance artists come to Queens for forum," Queens Chronicle, October 1, 2015

"Veteran AiOP artist, LuLu LoLo, talks about numbers past and actions present with Radhika Subramaniam," Art in Odd Places, January 27, 2014

"Il 'fenomeno Vito Marcantonio' rivisitato, il 'politico della gente' torna di attualità al Hunter College," Riccardo Chioni, Oggia New York, 30 novembre 2012

"Ricordando Marcantonio," Riccardo Chioni, Oggia New York, 30 novembre 2012

"At in Odd Places brings humour, smiles and memories to 14th Street," Nicole Guzzardi, Pavement Pieces, October 5, 2011

"Coming Full Circle on Triangle Factory Fire Forward", Maia Efrem, The Jewish Daily Forward, January 26, 2011

"Performance Art and the Newsboy", Kate Kelly, American Snapshots, January 2011

"Wearing Away Museum Grounds—Dust Bunnies, White Lies, and New Measures", Kelly Cobb and Sean Miller, Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, Vol. .8, no. 3 pp. 286-303, November 2010

"LuLu LoLo put us Over The Top!", Annie Lanzillotto, Kickstarter, August 25, 2010

"Caretakers of a Culture", Constance Rosenblum, The New York Times, August 22, 2010

"Collaboration Power: How Are Unions and Educators Joining Forces?", Richard Greenwald, In These Times, June 20, 2010

"Museum: all-over" / "Museo: ovunque", Genoa Municipality Channel, June 4, 2010

"Le Mans," Quest-France, April 20, 2010

"The Artist Known as LuLu LoLo", Art in Odd Places, April 14, 2010

Sciorra, Joseph (appendix coauthored with Stefania Taviano). "A Lived History under Scrutiny: Italian American Performance Art". Teaching Italian American Literature, Film, and Popular Culture edited by Edvige Giunta and Kathleen Zamboni McCormick . The Modern American Language Association, NY 2010. pp 183-184, 189, 194-95.

"Les errances de l'eau à Le Mans", Agenda Culturel, marzo 2010

"LuLu LoLo, Extra! Extra! Read All About 14th Street", Art in Odd Places, October 2009

"38 Witnessed Her Death, I Witnessed Her Love...", CurtainUp, August 31, 2009

“Fringe benefits", Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody, August 19, 2009

"La Performance", Il Secolo XIX, Genoa, Italy, March 12, 2009

"Un Nuovo Museo e Una Piccola Collezione a Genova", Ocrablog, marzo 12, 2009

"Erickson Museum of Art (Jema) - LuLu LoLo / Sean Miller", Exibart, 12 marzo 2009

"The Joys of Hardship: The City Reliquary Raises Funds by Poking Fun", Adriane Quinlan, March 5, 2009

"Melvillapalooza Voyage A", Amanda Halkiotis, Theater Talk's New Theater Corps, February 3, 2009

"What's So Funny about the Virgin Mary?", Joey Skee, I-Italy, September 20, 2008

"La Madonna Nera tra sacro e profano", Oggi, Magazine, Arte/Fotografia, September 14, 2008

"Superstitions Italian Style", Madam Lichtenstein's Cosmic World, August 25, 2008

"Twainathon”, Richard Hinojosa, review, January 17, 2007

“All the World’s a Stage”, Stephanie Foster, Townonline.Com/The Cape Codder, Aug. 11, 2006

“Metropolitan Playhouse Poe-Fest”, Martin Denton, review, Jan. 18, 2006

“2004 Columbus National Gay & Lesbian Theatre Festival", Bill Kaiser, On the Purple Circuit, November 1, 2004

“Macaroni and Mal Occhio",Arlene McKanic, Greenwich Village Gazette, NY, November 15, 2002

“LuLu LoLo at Tenement Museum", Arlene McKanic, Greenwich Village Gazette, NY, July 9, 2001

“The Fabulous LuLu LoLo”, 4 pages photo images, Biblia, #11, Portugal, March, 2001

NYArts International Edition, Photo image, Vol.5 no. 5, page 34, April 2000

“The Adventures of Insect Exotica", 4 pages photo images, Biblia, #8, Portugal, March 2000

“Beyond Eewww!’: A World Of Insects and Spiders”, color image, Helen A. Harrison, The New York Times, Feb. 13, 2000

“Getting Batty About Bugs” Sarah Hartmann, Islip Bulletin, Islip, NY, January 27, 2000

“Honoring Spirits of the Past”, Peter Simunovich, Newsday, NY, October 13, 1999

“Think Pink”, Holland Cotter, The New York Times, March 13, 1998

“Home is Where the Art is, or, Hybrid Affairs”, Holland Cotter, The New York Times, August 2, 1996

“Home is Where the Art is, or Hybrid Affairs”, Kim Levin, Choices, The Village Voice, NY, July 23, 1996