Here are the commissioned pages we did for the 2014 summer edition of Art Review Magazine. The profile was done by journalist Paul Gravett.

 Hiedra Magazin'es december 2014 edition included an article about the books.

Hiedra Magazin'es december 2014 edition included an article about the books.

 london based internaitonal magazine wasafiri's fall  2017 issue devoted itself to hong kong. on their lead article on hong kong and imagery they include the books:  "...Although not produced by a Hong Kong local, there is also the stunning  Walled City Trilogy , a series of graphic novels by Anne Opotowsky, which has received critical acclaim internationally. In the first two books of the trilogy (the third has not yet been published), Opotowsky renders Hong Kong’s colonial history through the perspective of socially marginalised characters (prostitutes, street performers, and a low-level postal worker whose job it is to deliver lost letters). Opotowsky’s graphic novels engage with and expose colonial tropes of Hong Kong, in many ways challenging its historical status as a mysterious and exotic location for a Western gaze by re-situating history and calling attention to excluded perspectives and viewpoints."   

london based internaitonal magazine wasafiri's fall  2017 issue devoted itself to hong kong. on their lead article on hong kong and imagery they include the books:

"...Although not produced by a Hong Kong local, there is also the stunning Walled City Trilogy, a series of graphic novels by Anne Opotowsky, which has received critical acclaim internationally. In the first two books of the trilogy (the third has not yet been published), Opotowsky renders Hong Kong’s colonial history through the perspective of socially marginalised characters (prostitutes, street performers, and a low-level postal worker whose job it is to deliver lost letters). Opotowsky’s graphic novels engage with and expose colonial tropes of Hong Kong, in many ways challenging its historical status as a mysterious and exotic location for a Western gaze by re-situating history and calling attention to excluded perspectives and viewpoints."