Reviews

Remembrance of Things Past
Culture Spot MC, April19, 2017,review by  Gina Gallucci-White of Palimpsest: Layers of Time at the Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring, MD

Gail Rebhan, Photographer and Micro-Historian, Pictures the Intersection of NoMa DC’s Industrial Past and Problematic Present
East City Art, June 23, 2016, review by Claudia Rousseau of Washington Project for the Arts – Lobby Project, Washington, DC

FotoWeek DC: Portraiture at Studio Gallery
Washington City Paper, November 4, 2013, review by Louis Jacobson of Portrait at Studio Gallery, Washington, DC

Local Artist Turns the Spotlight on Tenley
NW Current, April 13, 2011, by Teresa Gionis, article on A Cultural History of My Neighborhood at American University Museum-Katzen Arts Center and public art installation at Brandywine and Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Local Artist Turns the Spotlight on Tenley
Washington Jewish Week, April 7, 2011, by Aaron Leibel article on A Cultural History of My Neighborhood at American University Museum-Katzen Arts Center and public art installation at Brandywine and Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Interviewed on  Metro Connection (no longer available) WAMU radio , April 15, 2011, interviewed about A Cultural History of My Neighborhood at American University Museum-Katzen Arts Center and public art installation at Brandywine and Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Digital Sequences: Chris Jordan and Gail Rebhan
Washington Post,. January 25, 2008, review by Micahel O’Sullivan of Digital Sequences at Montpelier Art Center, Laurel, Maryland

Portraits of a Changed Landscape
Washington Post, September 4, 2008,  article by Rachel Beckman on Northern Virginia Community College student photography exhibition Documenting the New Northern Virginia. Rebhan was the project’s director.

 A Caregivers Journal
Afterimage, March/April 2007 review by Ann Stoddard of Aging at Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, Maryland.

Review  in the Mid Atlantic Art News, December 18, 2006, by Rosetta DeBerardinis of Aging at Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, Maryland.

Maternal Rites: Feminist Strategies
n. paradoxa: International Feminist Art Journal, Volume 14, 2004, discussed in the article, by Andrea Liss.

Test Family: Children in Contemporary Art
New Art Examiner, October, 1999 discussed in the article, by Michelle Grabner

Exhibit gets personal at School 33
Baltimore Sun, April 18, 1991. review by Mike Giuliano of Personal Politics at School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, Maryland