Dallas Morning News: Why I became an honorary member of the Ku Klux Klan, and what I did with the membership card
David Lieber (Sep 14, 2018)

Austin Chronicle: “Vincent Valdez: The City” at the Blanton
Melany Jean (Sep 14, 2018)

Paint This Desert: Revisiting Vincent’s Valdez’s 'The City' 
Andrea Lepage (Aug 2, 2018)

Hyperallergic: Texas Museum Deliberates How to Display a Mural About Hate Crimes Against Latinos 
Jasmine Weber (Jul 27, 2018)

WBUR Boston: What's Offensive Art? The Answer Isn't Black and White 
Julie Wittes Schlack (Jul 26, 2018)

Artnet: Artist Vincent Valdez Made a Painting So Provocative This Texas Museum Waited a Year to Unveil It.
Sarah Cascone (Jul 23, 2018)

The Guardian: How a painting of the Ku Klux Klan is causing a stir in Texas 
Jake Nevins (Jul 18, 2018)

Artsy: Texas Museum Mounts 30-foot Portrait of Today’s KKK. Can It Avoid Controversy? 
Alina Cohen (Jul 18, 2018)

Austin American-Statesmen: Large-scale painting of Klan members unveiled at UT 
Michael Barnes (Jul 18, 2018)

KUT Austin: New Piece By Texas Artist Vincent Valdez Depicts A Modern Ku Klux Klan 
Avery Miles (Jul 17, 2018)

New York Times: 30-Foot Painting of the K.K.K. Puts a Museum to the Test 
Michael Hardy (Jul 16, 2018)

Hyperallergic: Full House: Artists from Latin America Imagine Home 
Douglas Messerli (Jul 29, 2017)

UNFRAMED - LACMA's blog : Vincent Valdez on “Excerpts for John” in Home—So Different, So Appealing 

San Antonio Express-News: UT-Austin acquires San Antonio-native Vincent Valdez' massive Klu Klux Klan painting 
Elda Silva (Jul 10, 2017)

Glasstire: Blanton Museum Acquires Vincent Valdez’s Large-Scale ‘The City’ Paintings 

Los Angeles Times: Argentine slums and a Unabomber cabin: How 'Home' at LACMA rethinks ideas about Latin American art 
Carolina A. Miranda (Jun 15, 2017)

Oxford American: The Year of The Heavy Moon. Seeking joy in a time of despair 
Michelle García (Apr 25, 2017)

National Portrait Gallery: When War Hits Home 
Taína Caragol (Apr 11, 2017)

Houston CityBook: Under the Hood 
Daniel Renfrow (Oct 21, 2016)

not that but this: arts and culture webzine: The Beginning is Near (Part I) : Vincent Valdez at David Shelton Gallery 
NTBT (Oct 16, 2016)

Free Press Houston: Visual Vernacular: David Shelton Gallery and Texas Contemporary Art Fair 
Megan Hendley-Lopez (Sep 27, 2016)

HoustonPress: New Painting by Vincent Valdez Shows Haunting Scene at David Shelton Gallery 
Susie Tommaney (Sep 14, 2016)

Papercity: A Powerhouse Texas Artist Examines America Through the Ku Klux Klan 
Catherine D. Anspon (Sep 9, 2016)

Texas Public Radio: Artist Vincent Valdez Paints The Ku Klux Klan In 'The City' 
David Martin Davies (Sep 8, 2016)

Texas Observer: San Antonio painter Vincent Valdez unveils a monumental work on the persistence of white supremacy 
Michael Agresta (Sep 6, 2016)

New York Times: An All-American Family Portrait, in White 
Lawrence Downes (Mar 6, 2016)

Houstonia: The Dark Places of the Earth 
Nick Esquer (Sep 4, 2015)

Glasstire: Vincent Valdez's Virtuosity 
David S. Rubin (Jun 21, 2015)

New American Paintings: Texas Oil: Painting and Money at Texas Contemporary Art Fair 
Seth Orion Schwaiger (Sep 25, 2014)

Huffington Post: Crystal Bridges Exhibition Reveals Curatorial Missteps 
Blair Schulman (Sep 16, 2014)

Glasstire: The Strangest Fruit: Vincent Valdez at David Shelton Gallery 
Betsy Huete (Jul 11, 2014)

Visual Art Source: Parallel Myths 
Donna Tennant (Jun 28, 2014)

Bell Gallery: Some Closing Thoughts on Vincent Valdez: The Strangest Fruit at the Bell Gallery 
Anya Ventura (Dec 5, 2013)

Brown University: The Strangest Fruit
Ian Alden Russell (Oct 2013)

15 Rounds: Vincent Valdez, and Boxing as a Metaphor 
Bart Barry (Sep 13, 2012)

Glasstire: Fair Thee Well 
Laura Lark (Oct 25, 2011)

Glasstire: Texas Contemporary Art Fair: LIVE BLOG 
Glasstire (Oct 22, 2011)

Arizona State University: Drawing Citizenship through Vincent Valdez’s Stations
Shannon Stemm Patel (Dec 2010)

Art Lies: Vincent Valdez: Stations (McNay Museum)
Gary Reece (August 2004)