Some essays, articles, reviews and blog posts by Leo Hsu:

Aeronautics in the Backyard by Xiaoxiao Xu, The Eriskay Connection (Fraction, May 2, 2017)

Buzzing At The Sill by Peter van Agtmael, Kehrer Verlag (Fraction, April 1, 2017)

The Unseen: An Atlas of Infrared Plates by Edward Thompson, Schilt Publishing (Fraction, March 1, 2017)

"Notes on Nariz", by Lorena Endara and Eduardo Arenas (Fraction blog, February 25, 2017)

The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video curated by Bénédicte Ramade, Ryerson Image Centre, September 14 - December 5, 2016 (Ciel Variable 105, February 2017)

Death Takes A Holiday by Darin Mickey, J&L Books (Fraction, February 1, 2017)

"The Coast", exhibition essay for Phil Cheung's  The Edge at Circuit Gallery, Toronto, January 12 - February 4, 2017

The Canadians: Photographs from The Globe and Mail archives curated by Roger Hargreaves, Jill Offenbeck, and Stefanie Petrilli, Bone Idle (Fraction, December 1, 2016)

Highway Kind by Justine Kurland, Aperture (Fraction, November 1, 2016)

Documentum, Volumes 1 and 2, Fall Line Press (Fraction, October 5, 2016)

50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic at the Carnegie Museum of Natural HIstory (Fraction, September 1, 2016)

Mississippi History by Maude Schuyler Clay, Steidl (Fraction, July 5, 2016)

"Polaroids, Found Photographs, Links" (Fraction blog, June 22, 2016)

"Revisiting Joel Meyerowitz's Cape Light, Toronto Urban Photography Festival" (Fraction blog, June 11, 2016)

"Seascapes" (Fraction blog, June 3, 2016)

Brighter Later by Brian David Stevens, Tartaruga (Fraction, June 1, 2016)

This is What Hatred Did by Cristina de Middel, Archive of Modern Conflict (Fraction, May 8, 2016)

The Life of Small Things by Adam Ekberg, Waltz Books (Fraction, April 1, 2016)

Suspension by Alvaro Deprit, Viewbook (Fraction, March 1, 2016)

Aunties: The Seven Summers of Alevtina and Ludmila by Nadia Sablin, Duke University/CDS Books (Fraction, February 4, 2016)

The Lonely Ones by Gus Powell, J&L Books (Fraction, January 7, 2016)

The Decisive Moment by Henri Cartier-Bresson (reissue), Steidl (Fraction, December 6, 2015)

"In the Air, in the Forest, at the Bottom of the Ocean", exhibition essay for, Apprehensions, curated by Claire Sykes and featuring the work of Chris Bennett, Eamon Mac Mahon, and Jon Wyatt.  Circuit Gallery, Toronto, November 26 - December 19, 2015.  Opening November 26, 6-9 pm.

You Are You by Lindsay Morris, Kehrer Verlag (Fraction, November 9, 2015)

Vision Anew: the Lens and Screen Arts, edited by Adam Bell and Charles H. Traub, U. California (Fraction, October 2, 2015)

Songbook by Alec Soth, MACK (Fraction, September 1, 2015)

Brooklyn + Klein by William Klein, Contrasto (Fraction, July 1, 2015)

The Oldest Living Things in the World by Rachel Sussman, U. Chicago (Fraction, June 5, 2015)

Kill City: Lower East Side Squatters 19920-2000by Ash Thayer, Powerhouse (Fraction, May 3, 2015)

Photoshow: landmark exhibitions that defined the history of photographyAlessandra Mauro, ed., Contrasto (Fraction, April 1, 2015)

The Mountains of Majeed by Edmund Clark, HERE Press (Fraction, March 1, 2015)

Taxonomy of a Landscape by Victoria Sambunaris, Radius Books (Fraction, February 1, 2015)

Intermarried by Yael Ben-Zion, Kehrer Verlag (Fraction, January 1, 2015)

Du Er Her No/ You Are Here Now by Eivind H Natvig, Tartaruga Press (Fraction, December 1, 2014)

On a Wet Bough by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Waltz Books (Fraction, November 1, 2014)

Rich and Poor (reissue) by Jim Goldberg (Fraction, October 1, 2014)

Memory City by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb (Fraction, September 1, 2014)

The Burn by Jane Fulton Alt (Fraction, August 1, 2014)

Passengers by John Schabel (Fraction, July 1, 2014)

Grassland by H. Lee (Fraction, June 1, 2014)

Photography Beyond Technique, edited by Tom Persinger (Fraction, May 1, 2014)

It's Time To Move by Peter Wieben and Dominic Nahr (Fraction, April 1, 2014)

Le Crowbar by Tom Hunter (Fraction, March 1, 2014)

"Bill Shannon's Cubism for the 21st Century," Review of "Make Moves" at the Irma Freeman Center for the Imagination (City Paper, February 5, 2014)

May the Road Rise to Meet You by Sara Macel (Fraction, February 1, 2014)

Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene by Gerard H. Gaskin (Fraction, January 1, 2014)

Son by Christopher Anderson (Fraction, December 1, 2013)

Searching for the Seventies: The DOCUMERICA Photography Project (Fraction, November 1, 2013) 

And Every Day Was Overcast by Paul Kwiatkowski (Fraction, October 1, 2013) 

she dances on Jackson by Vanessa Winship (Fraction, August 1, 2013) 

Control Order House by Edmund Clark (Fraction, July 1, 2013)

Notes on the Lytro (Fraction, June 1, 2013)

Believing is Seeing (Observations on the Mysteries of Photography) by Errol Morris (Fraction, May 1, 2013)

"Safe Light challenges the notion that analog and digital photography are incompatible or oppositional," review of "Safe Light" at the Irma Freeman Center for the Imagination (Pittsburgh City Paper, April 24, 2013) 

Elementary Calculus by j carrier (Fraction, April 1, 2013) 

The Burden of Reputation: Notes on Street Photography (Fraction, March 1, 2013)

"Gas Gauged," review of "The Marcellus Shale Documentary Project" at Pittsburgh Filmmakers (Pittsburgh City Paper, December 26, 2012) 

No Job, No Home, No Peace, No Rest: Will Steacy (Foto8, September 12, 2012)

PGH Photo Fair (Next Level 22, Pittsburgh Issue, 2012) 

The Present by Paul Graham  (Spaces Corners, September 2012)

"Status Anxiety," review of "Impressionism in a New Light" at the Carnegie Museum of Art at (Pittsburgh City Paper, July 12, 2012)

Photoville (Foto8, June 27, 2012)

Amerikants (Foto8, May 17, 2012) 

"Photography show at the Carnegie mixes nine distinct perspectives on Downtown with some historic ones," review of "Picturing the City" at the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh City Paper, March 14, 2012)

Landscapes of American History: Andrew Lichtenstein (Foto8, February 16, 2012)

Vivian Maier Street Photographer  (Foto8, January 12, 2012)

Is This Place Great or What? by Brian Ulrich (Foto8, December 12, 2011)

Iraq | Perspectives by Ben Lowy  (Foto8, November 24, 2011)

New Critical Essays on James Agee and Walker Evans: Perspectives on Let Us Now Praise Famous Men edited by Caroline Blinder - review (Photography & Culture 4:3, November 2011)

HomeFrontLine at Silver Eye (Foto8, September 6, 2011)

The Pursuit of Perfection - photographs by David Cowlard (8 Magazine Issue 29, Spring Summer 2011) 

Pangnirtung by Robert Frank (Foto8, May 6, 2011)

Engaged Observers: Documentary Photography Since the 1960s (Foto8, February 10, 2011)

Thicker Than Water - photographs by Jiang He and Arthur JD (8 Magazine Issue 28, Winter 2010) 

Sour Lake - photographs by Johan Bavman (8 Magazine Issue 28, Winter 2010) 

Saudi Street Racers - photographs by Bryan Denton (8 Magazine Issue 28, Winter 2010) 

"The Carnegie hosts a 20th-century photography pioneer's quietly celebratory take on reading," review of Andre Kertesz's On Reading at the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh City Paper, November 18, 2010) 

10: 10 Years of In-Public, edited by Nick Turpin (Foto8, November 11, 2010) 

China Between by Polly Braden (Foto8, October 1, 2010)

The Jazz Loft Project by Sam Stephenson (8 Magazine Issue 27, Spring/ Summer 2010)

Punctured: When a killed image is not dead (Foto8, July 8, 2010) 

Marc Garanger and NYPH10  (Foto8, May 20, 2010)

Is Photography Over? (Foto8, April 21, 2010)

Documentary photography on the op-ed page: Alec Soth's Ash Wednesday (Foto8, April 7, 2010)

Photo contests/ photo contexts (Foto8, March 3, 2010) 

Beyond Perceivable Benefits: Jonathan Worth’s experiment  (Foto8, January 20, 2010)

Praising James Agee (Foto8, December 10, 2009)

The Photographer by Emmanuel Guibert (8 Magazine Issue 27, Autumn 2009)

Storefront Portrait Studio (8 Magazine Issue 27, Autumn 2009) 

Spotlight on FotoFreo 2010 (8 Magazine Issue 27, Autumn 2009) 

Rephotographing W. Eugene Smith's Pittsburgh Project (Foto8, November 7, 2009) 

LIFE online (and World Press too) (Foto8, October 9, 2009) 

Reality and Information (Foto8, August 7, 2009) 

F295: 21st Century Photography (Foto8, June 7, 2009) 

NYPH09: See how we are (Foto8, May 16, 2009) 

Home For Good in New York (Foto8, May 13, 2009) 

Foto8 at the New York Photo Festival  (Foto8, May 7, 2009)

Errata Editions  (8 Magazine Issue 25, Spring 2009)

Photography for Everyone (8 Magazine Issue 25, Spring 2009) 

Stop the Presses, Take Your Credibility With You (Foto8, April 28, 2009)

The End of Newspapers (Foto8, March 30, 2009) 

"War, Children, It's Just A Shot Away": MSF and UNHCR video appeals for DRC donations (Foto8, December 18, 2008) 

Paris and Peru by Robert Frank  (8 Magazine Issue 24, Autumn 2008)

Lurdes Basoli (8 Magazine Issue 24, Autumn 2008)

Carolyn Drake (8 Magazine Issue 24, Autumn 2008)

The Long Now: Edward Burtynsky and the 10,000 Year Clock (Foto8, October 1, 2008) 

Beth Dow wins Photography Book Now (Foto8, September 10, 2008) 

Shoot the Day! and Photography Book Now (Foto8, July 23, 2008) 

Alternative processes as media critique (f295 cont'd) (Foto8, June 1, 2008)

Toy cameras and tintypes: the f295 symposium (Foto8, May 29, 2008)

Surfaces: Review of Chisel and The Ubiquitous Image at NYPH (Foto8, May 18, 2008)

Systems: Review of Various Photographs and New Typologies at NYPH (Foto8, May 16, 2008)

What's up at DUMBO? (Foto8, May 12, 2008)

Teenie Harris (8 Magazine Issue 23, Spring 2008) 

Open Society Institute (8 Magazine Issue 23, Spring 2008) 

Photographing Dying: Walter Schels and Beata Lakotta (Foto8, April 9, 2008)

What is their Ground is his Figure: Eric Gottesman on Collaboration (Foto8, April 2, 2008) 

Concealment and Compulsions: From Storyville to Essex (Foto8, March 19, 2008) 

Foto8: Where Photojournalism Lives (Foto8, February 28, 2008) 

Legacy of the Falling Soldier (Foto8, January 3, 2008) 

Twilight: Photography in the Magic Hour (Foto8, December 19, 2007) 

Raymond Depardon: Photographer and Filmmaker (Foto8, December 19, 2007) 

Angola: Journey Through Change (Foto8, December 19, 2007) 

"Is Photography Dead?" Arghhh... (Foto8, December 7, 2007) 

Taryn Simon's An American Index (Foto8, November 29, 2007) 

Not the Cinema of Truth but the Truth of the Cinema (Foto8, November 28, 2007) 

Do Images of Living Things Count As Still Life? (Foto8, November 3, 2007) 

A Billboard Is A Sign (Foto8, October 8, 2007) 

Hacking Development: How Geeks Do Good in the Digital Age (Doctoral Dissertation, NYU Dept of Anthropology, 2007)