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LA Times: FACES OF 2019, Featured Artist, December 29, 2019
LA Times: Confederate Statue, plantation, prison: Artists reclaim sites with ‘Battlegrounds‘, by Deborah Vankin, October 30, 2019
WIRED:Apple Puts The AR In 'Art' (and in 'Transparent Sky-Being') by Peter Rubin, August 16, 2019

LA Weekly: Arts Pick: FEMMEBIT Festival, by Shana Nys Dambrot, May 29, 2019

LA Times: With a Free Phone App, Nancy Baker Cahill Cracks the Glass Ceiling in Male-Dominated Land Art, by Deborah Vankin, February 28, 2019


LA Times: Review: For Desert X 2019, I Drove 198 Miles to See 19 Artists' Work. Here's the Best, by Christopher Knight, February 23, 2019


Hyperallergic: The Land Art at Desert X Confronts Borders and Politics on Indigenous Territory, by Shirine Saad, February 13, 2019


Widewalls: Desert X Kicks Off--See the Artworks Here, by Elena Martinique, February 13, 2019


Artsy: The Seven Most Awe-Inspiring Installations from Desert X, by Kelsey Ables,  February 13, 2019


Galerie Magazine: The 9 Most Unforgettable Installations at Desert X in Coachella Valley, by Laura van Straaten, February 13, 2019


Golden State: Built on Sand: Transitory Imprints at Desert X 2019, by Darren Elms


Artnet News: In the Vast Beauty of the Coachella Valley, Desert X Artists Emphasize the Perils of Climate Change, by Sarah Cascone, February 12, 2019


Vanity Fair: At the Desert X Kickoff, Coachella Valley Becomes an Art World Hotspot Once Again, by Peter Bohler, February 11, 2019


Juxtapoz: Hard Hitting Installations Pop Up in the Desert for the Second Edition of Desert X, Photos by Lance Gerber


Desert Sun: Here's How to Get All the Desert X 2019 Installations, Kristin Scharkey, February 9, 2019


Palm Springs Life: Desert Experiment, by Susan Myrland, February 9, 2019


Desert Sun: Desert X 2019: Five Installations to View at Salton Sea, by Shane Newell and Janet Wilson, February 7, 2019


LA Times: Desert X 2019: Artists Will Tackle Environmental Disasters, Guns, Immigration, by Deborah Vankin, January 28


The Wall Street Journal: At DesertX, An Arid Art Exhibit Materializes, by Brenda Cronin, January 28, 2019


The Boston Globe: Thrills and Possibilities as Artist Ventures Into Digital Realms, by Cate McQuaid, January 16, 2019


Bloomberg Media Art +Technology Series: Art & Augmented Reality: Nancy Baker Cahill, December 16


LA Times: How Virtual Art Appearing Along the LA River Tackles Gentrification, Immigration and Environmental Issues, by Anna Furman, November 2


VR Voice: Artists Create GPS Enabled Augmented Reality Art to Deliver Provocative Political Messages, September 25

Animation Magazine: Biggest Ever VR/AR/MR Art Show Coming to sp[a]ce gallery, by Mercedes Milligan, September 24


ZDNet: ZDNet: Artists Use AR to Display Politically-Charged Art in Provocative Places: Billed as the first truly interactive fine-art augmented reality experience, this may be the birth of a new medium, by Greg Nichols, September 14


VRScout: Artists Spread Inspirational Political Messages Through Geo-Located AR Art, By Kyle Melnick, September 5


ARTnews: ‘A New Model for Public Art’: With ‘Coordinates’ Feature, 4th Wall AppAllows Users to View Artist-Designed AR Projects by Claire Selvin, August 13


LA Magazine: Artists are Using Augmented Reality to Install Virtual Works in Powerful Places, by Brittany Martin, August 14


The Art Newspaper: Nancy Baker Cahill Drops AR Art Bombs, by Jori Finkel, May 9


La Stampa: L’arte aumentata. Tecnologia all’opera. Il Paese delle Meraviglie incontra Snapchat, June 26


LA Weekly: The Adventures of Nancy Baker Cahill Across the 8th Dimension, by Shana Nys Dambrot, April 20


Seeflection: REVIEW: Artist Showcases AR Art in 4thWall App, by Jordan Castinado, March 2


Good Magzine: These Virtual Sculptures Make Any Environment an Art Installation, by Liz Ohanesian  February 28


Forbes Magazine: This Artist Just Entered the Age of Augmented Reality by Releasing her Own Mobile App, ​by Kat Mustatea, February 18


Fast Company: This App Lets You Dive Into The Richness Of An Artist's Studio From Anywhere, by Daniel Terdiman, February 1