(PRESS) "Sari-Sari Style: Tropical Excess and an Asian Sense of Brown in Wawi Navarroza’s Photographs" academic article by Emmanuel David, VERGE Journal: Studies in Global Asias, published by University of Minnesota Press, release Fall 2021
(PRESS) Aesthetica Magazine: Constructed Portraiture: Wawi Navarroza, March 2021
(PRESS) Tatler Philippines: 9 Must-Know Filipino Talents In The Arts And Culture Scene This 2021, Tatler Philippines, March 2021
(JURY) Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards 2021 "Sense of Self" . Open Call HERE . Deadline: April 30, 2021
(AE) "Run With The Wolves" — an exhibition featuring five contemporary women artists — explores mythology, identity, gender and sexuality through figuration as the central motif. Ongoing at Lawrie Shabibi Gallery, Alserkal Avenue, Dubai. November 30, 2021 — March 1, 2022
(UK) 2022 : Solo Exhibition, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London
(US) Recipient, Lucas Artists Fellowship Award for Visual Arts 2019–2022.
(INTL) Pandemic Popup Guest: Wawi Navarroza, IG Live, March 2021
(IN) Guftgu Talk Series: Wawi Navarroza: Book as Performance, June 11, 2020, hosted by Anshika Varma, Offset Projects, New Delhi
(UE) Guest: Wawi Navarroza hosted by Tasneem Alsultan, Saudi Arabia, IG Live, 2020
(UK) "Tonight the Air is Warm" feat. Southeast Asian Contemporary Photography, curated by Tolla Duke Sloane at Kristine Hjellegjerde Gallery (London Bridge). February 26—March 27, 2021.
(PH) "Searching Sanctuary" Silverlens Galleries. February 22—March 21, 2020.
(PH): "Not Visual Noise" Philippine contemporary photography curated by Angel Velasco Shaw at Ateneo Art Gallery. November 4, 2019 — March 29, 2020
(PH): "Self Portraits & The Tropical Gothic" solo exhibition at Silverlens Galleries, Manila. August 17—September 14, 2019 . Artist Talk on September 7
(SK): “Far Away But Strangely Familiar” contemporary art from the Philippines curated by Tony Godfrey at Danubiana Museum, Bratislava, Slovakia. July 6—September 8, 2019
(PH) "Everywhere There You Are", installation art by Ling Quisumbing Ramilo & Wawi Navarroza, Areté amphitheatre, Ateneo Art Gallery