2019 Interview/Feature, ‘FILIZ: An Artist, Studio, and Shop That’s Mindful, Natural, and Slightly Imperfect’ – Rural Intelligence, February, Hudson/NY
2018 Interview/Feature, “Unu Spiro - One Breath Paintings” – Heartfulness Magazine, May, India
2008 Interview – JO Magazine, November, Amman/Jordan
2008 Review – Canvas Guide, November, Amman/Jordan
2008 Interview – Alrai Newspaper, November 27, Amman/Jordan
2007 Review – Boston Metro, May, Boston/MA/USA
2006 Interview, ‘10 from 20 to 30’ – Boston Globe, November 19, Boston/MA
2006 Review, ‘Welcome To Our World’ – Sidekick: Boston Globe, Friday, June 16, Boston/MA
2006 Feature, ‘The Fine Art of Throwing a Party’ - Boston Globe, January 8, Boston/MA
2003 Interview/Review, ‘Soyak's Art Covers Here, There and Everywhere’ – Daily Yomiuri newspaper, October 23, Tokyo/Japan
2003 Review – Metropolis magazine, October 17, Tokyo/Japan
2003 Interview, ‘A New Perspective...Transcends Cultural Difference’ – Brain magazine, August, Tokyo/Japan
2003 Interview, ‘Reflecting Multiculturalism to New Horizon’ – Ryuko-Tsushin magazine, June, Tokyo/Japan
2002 Review - Metropolis magazine, May 3, Tokyo/Japan
10 From 20 to 30
(The Boston Globe, Boston/MA, 2006)
In 2006, Filiz was interviewed by local journalist Scott LaPierre of The Boston Globe for his video story on ten twenty-somethings who were helping define Boston.
'They live in Boston for reasons as diverse as their interests. For Filiz Soyak , 26, an up-and-coming artist living and painting in the Fort Point artists' community, Boston's advantage is the way so much culture and diversity is packed into the relatively small area it occupies.
"It's a city, but it's not huge, it's not overwhelming," she said. "Boston's a little slow, yet it has so many cultures, so many neighborhoods, and everything has its own personality."'
Soyak's Art Covers Here, There and Everywhere
(Daily Yomiuri, Tokyo/Japan, October 2003)
While living back in Tokyo, after the opening of Filiz's solo show at Gallery Ef, Daily Yomiuri Staff Writer Annabel Wright sat down with her to learn more about Filiz, her work and the show.
Most of the canvases are less direct and demand more from the viewer in terms of imaginative interpretation.