Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ""By Slight Ligaments: Aideen Barry Exhibition Review", International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 2023, DOI: 10.1080/14794713.2023.2170628
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, "A Mary Magdalene Experience: Grace Dyas", Visual Artists Ireland Newsletter, Jan/Feb 2023: https://visualartistsireland.com/critique-grace-dyas-a-mary-magdalene-experience?
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Visions of the Feminine Divine: Jesse Jones's The Tower at Rua Red' Totally Dublin, August 2022, https://www.totallydublin.ie/arts-culture/exhibition-review/visions-of-the-feminine-divine-jesse-joness-the-tower-at-rua-red/
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'The Materiality of Gender in Pauline Cummins's and Frances Mezzetti's Walking in the Way,' in Walking in the Way: Performing Masculinity Cummins & Mezzetti, ed. Catherine Marshall, 2022.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Of Flesh and Blood: The Embodied Art of Sharon Kelly,' Sharon Kelly: Resting Pressure, F.E. McWilliam Gallery, Banbridge, ed. Riann Coulter, Exhibition Catalogue, March 2022.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'The Global Contemporary: Interview with Annie Fletcher', Visual Artists News Sheet, January/February 2022.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Reassuringly Familiar: Jennifer Trouton's In Plain Sight' One of Many, Naughton Gallery, QUB, Belfast, Exhibition Essay, September 2021. https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d28f2596-da16-4231-9aae-42000b2dd5d8/downloads/NG_OneOfMany.pdf?ver=1634721127309
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Unruly Bodies in Amanda Coogan's They Come Then, The Birds.' Amanda Coogan, The Magdalene Series, Rua Red Gallery, Tallaght, Exhibition Catalogue, June 2021. See: http://www.ruared.ie/gallery/exhibition/they-come-then-the-birds
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Interconnected Bodies' This Place: Amanda Coogan and Tonya McMullan, Millennium Arts Centre, Portadown, Exhibition Catalogue, March 2020.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Experiencing Material Traces of Frances Mezzetti’s Between and Beyond (2008)', January 2020, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Celina Muldoon SIRENS part III', November 2019, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Book Review: Asylum Archive' Irish Studies Review, September 2019.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'The Launch of The Mothership Project Satellite Findings (May 16, 2019, The Lab, Dublin)' July 2019, https://themothershipproject.wordpress.com/2019/07/07/the-launch-of-the-mothership-project-satellite-findings-may-16-2019-the-lab-dublin/
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘DIT Degree Show Review,’ Writer’s Choice, CIRCA Art Magazine, July 2018.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'EL Putnam and David Stalling, Ember at The Complex', This Matters Now, Circa Art Magazine, March 2018.
Antosik- Parsons, Kate, 'Fertile Ground: Maternal Entanglements in the work of EL Putnam (excerpts)' December 2017, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Fleeting Breath: Martin O'Brien at Dublin Live Art Festival August 2017, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Review: Fionna Barber’s Art in Ireland Since 1910’, Artefact: The Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, Issue 6, 2013. https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d28f2596-da16-4231-9aae-42000b2dd5d8/downloads/Review_FBarber_ArtinIreland.pdf?ver=1638732057604
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Review: Dublin Contemporary’, Artefact: The Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, Issue 5, 2012. https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d28f2596-da16-4231-9aae-42000b2dd5d8/downloads/Artefact%20Dublin%20Contemporary%20Review%20.pdf?ver=1638733117999
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Noah’s Ark by Elizabeth Rivers’, Eire-Ireland, 47, 3 & 4 Fall/Winter 2012.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘My Motherly Stigmata’, ‘Time’, ‘I will mark this moment’, ‘On the experience of live art’, New Anthology of Migrant Writers in Ireland, Ed. Theophilus Ejorh, Drogheda: Choice Publishing Company, 2012.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Burden’, ‘Muse I’, ‘Revenge of Clytaemnestra’ Multimedia Visual Images, Intersections: Women’s and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines, Journal of University of Texas, Issue 5 “(The) future (of) feminisms”, 2007, 61-63. http://www.intersectionsjournal.com/issues.html