East City Art, June 23, 2016, "Gail Rebhan, Photographer and Micro-Historian, Pictures the Intersection of NoMa DC’s Industrial Past and Problematic Present" reviewed by Claudia Rousseau
"Birthing the American Absurd Maternal Humor in Contemporary Art" Interview with Rachel Epp Buller, Jill Miller, Gail Rebhan, and Marni Kotak, n. paradoxa Summer 2015
Washington City Paper, November 4, 2013 "FotoWeek DC: Portraiture at Studio Gallery" reviewed by Louis Jacobson
NW Current, April 13, 2011, "Local Artist Turns the Spotlight on Tenley," 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.
Washington Jewish Week, April 7, 2011, "American University Museum Exhibit Focuses on the Past's Impact on the Present," by Aaron Leibel
Washington Post,. January 25, 2008, "Digital Sequences: Chris Jordan and Gail Rebhan," review by Micahel O'Sullivan of Digital Sequences at Montpelier Art Center, Laurel, Maryland
Afterimage, March/April 2007 “A Caregivers Journal,” review by Ann Stoddard of Aging at Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, Maryland.
Mid Atlantic Art News, December 18, 2006 review by Rosetta DeBerardinis of Aging at Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, Maryland.
n. paradoxa: International Feminist Art Journal, Volume 14, 2004, discussed in the article, “Maternal Rites: Feminist Strategies” by Andrea Liss.