"How To Tilt Time?" as a custom reflection peace question, by Enis Bytyqi, Koha Ditore, January 2024

"Art passport with isolation stamp", By Shaban Maxharraj, Koha Ditore, January 2024


“Re-Imagine the Future”, by Lydia Bissmann, Kulturzeiting80, October 2023

2023“Modifying Brilliance: Driton Selmani at Kahán Art Space”,by Alex Fisher, Kajet Journal 2023

“Driton Selmani In Response To Current Urgencies”, by Mirjetë Sadiku, Koha Ditore, June 2023

“The Non-Places Are the Places”, by Ryan Ferko, Momus Magazine, February, 2023

“Driton Selmani— The Barking of the Clouds Does Not Hurt the Dogs”, Critics Pick’up, by Erëmirë Krasniqi ARTFORUM, January 2023

“The Artist Who Would Like To Paint Flowers”, Koha Ditore, January 2023


“Field Notes: Hana Halilaj on Manifesta 14”, e-flux Education, October, 2022

“Reclaiming the city”, by Kimberly Bradley Monocle Magazine, September 2022

“A Journey To An Imaginary Place”, by Jasmina Saric, Vizkultura, September, 2022

“At Manifesta 14, Stars Reach Down to Earth”, by Mirela Baciak, Ocula Magazine, September, 2022

“Five Balkan Artists to Watch at Manifesta 14”, by Kimberly Bradley, Frieze Magazine, August, 2022

“Superpositional transitoriness, On Manifesta 14 Prishtina”,by Róna Kopeczky, Új Művészet, August, 2022

“The Defiant Concrete & The Art”, by Susanne Altmann, Art - Das Kunstmagazin, Summer, 2022

“Expanding horizons. Manifesta 14, Prishtina Kosovo”, by Tim Groen, Nuvo Magazine, Summer, 2022

“18th Talinn Print Triennial ‘Warm. Checking Temperature in Three Acts”, by Róna Kopeczky, BLOK Magazine, March 2022

“The Grave is Better Than Not Knowing”, by Blerta Hoçia, BLOK Magazine, February 2022

“The Grave is Better Than Not Knowing”, by Hana Halilaj, ARTMARGINS, March, 2022


“Between Two Worlds” by Dritan Dragusha, Sbunker, December, 2021

“In Pristina an exhibition commemorates the people who disappeared during the war in Kosovo. The Humanitarian Law Center Kosovo hosts the works of Driton Selmani”, by Alessandra Bertini, Artribune, December, 2021

“Kosovo Missing Persons Exhibition Highlights Families’ Grief”, by Antigone Isufi, Balkan Insight, November, 2021

“Reading the forest”, by Saša Šimpraga, Vizkultura, September, 2021

“The forest was also a victim of the Ustasha”, Novosti HR, by N. Jovanović, September, 2021

“Marking the marking", by Lujo Parežanin, Vizkultura, September, 2021

“British & Albanian artists "attack" the island of communism”, by Alberina Haxhijaj, Koha Ditore, July 2021

“An Artistic Note Of Reality”, by Jelena Kontić, Vijesti.me, July 2021

"Screenshots of Now" questions the notion of the present”, by Alberina Haxhijaj, Koha Ditore, July 2021

“Between Life & Death. Artists Articulate the Pandemic” by Cristina Marí, Kosovo 2.0, March 2021


“Love Letters”, by Lora Sariaslan, IDOART, June, 2020

"Flag of Tomorrow" as a warning of the dystopian future, by Alberina Haxhijaj, Koha Ditore, August, 2020

“Double Wall of Silence” published by Hestia Art Residency & Exhibitions Bureau, edited by: Anja Obradović and Hana Ostan Ožbolt

Almisa Open Art 112 - Emergency”, published by HULU Split, edited by: Neli Ružić. ISBN: 978-953-7740-26-9


"Long Distance Relationship" after Pristina in Geneva”, by Shaban Maxharraj, Koha Ditore, November, 2019

“Driton Selmani ahead of the exhibition: 'The power of humor is in the power not to use power as power”, by Davor Mandic, Novi List, October, 2019

“We Are Not Like The,” by Patricia Kiš Terbovc, Jutarnji List, October, 2019

“Places We Leave Behind” Driton Selmani at House and garden of the Slovene Writers’ Association, Ljubljana, by Hana Ostan Ožbolt, TZVETNIK, June 2019

“Getting to know the wild rose”, by Lara Paukovic, MLADINA, May, 2019

“Conceptual artist Driton Selmani is taking his work to the streets of Kosovo”, by Camilla Caraccio, Calvert Journal, January, 2019


“Driton Selmani: In Our Region, The Role Of The Artist, Is To Try To Touch A Nerve”, by Cristina Marí, Kosovo 2.0, June, 2018

“Are Our Memories History?”, Publisher: National Gallery of Kosovo, Editor: Iara Boubnova, ISBN: 978-9951-587-85-3

“The Map Is The Territory”, Bregenz Biennale, Published by: Mark Penziger Books Vienna / Black Forest


This luminous all-seeing eye in Amsterdam briefly scares away all evil spirits "Currently, cities around the world are overshadowed by uncertainty and fear." by Adriana Ivanov, VICE Magazine, December, 2017

“Selmani shines, with a blue eye at the Light Festival in Amsterdam” by Arbër Selmani, Kultplus, October 2017


“DRITON SELMANI - My country on my back” by Laura Perrone, Flash Art Italia No. 330 December 2016–January 2017

“A performance for the migrant Domenico Modugno. Driton Selmani in Polignano a Mare” by Santa Nastro, Artribune, October, 2016


“Driton Selmani: Panorama”, by Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, Department Of Eagles, October, 2015