Paul D'Agostino; 4 Art Exhibits You Need to See. May 2014 The L Magazine
James Kalm; Roughcut, April 2024 Choosing green as the theme, photographer Cibele Vieira, has created a series of images that combine an homage of Méret Oppenheim's "Le Déjeuner en fourrure" (The fur lined teacup) of 1936, with society's perverse symbol of nature, the lawn. Vieira pairs the reality of 600 square feet of living turf with six high keyed color photos of "grass" formed into a cup forms, presenting both the receptacle for, and the offering of, a quenching of thirst.
Blurb: Creative inspiration from Brooklyn: An interview with the Keeper of the Golden Duck - Interview with Cibele Vieira
The Duck's Diaries -BOOK
New York Minute TV -When a duck is a world traveler
Pierogi Flat Files - Numbered prints at flat files.
Connecticut News Lee Steele art blog, July 2010
Visura Magazine- Issue V Senseless is feature
Bushwick Open Studios Blog Interview by Brea Sounders. June 5th, 2009.
PRIVATE Photo review, Italian magazine
The Brooklyn Rail Bambis and Dollhouses. JUN 2006
MARGS Rio Grande do Sul Art Museum; Brazil.