The Found Photo Foundation got its own room in the exhibition Dear Aby Warburg: What can be done with images? Dealing with Photographic Material. The Found Photo Foundation also features in the exhibition’s publication in three essential texts, one signed by Eva Schmidt, the show’s curator, and the others by  Tanja Verlak and Ludwig Seyfarth two guest writers specialised in the critical analysis of photographic practice. 
Texts:
Eva Schmidt, Foreword & Acknowledgements 
Tanja Verlak, An attempt at exhausting an archive /Found Photo Foundation
Ludwig Seyfarth, Space for thinking between the images: on the genesis of the ‘photographic collection’ as an artistic genre. 
Dear Aby Warburg, what can be done with images? Dealing with Photographic Material
Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen, 2012

The Found Photo Foundation/FPF, under the patronage of paula roush, deals with visuals suitably named ‘orphan photographs’ and explores this very possibility of walking the line between temporal and spatial domains, where the empirical and the surreal grow surprisingly close. The FPF can also be read as an artistic experiment of twisting the document value of an archive beyond its proverbial linearity of causes and consequences.
Tanja Verlak, An attempt at exhausting an archive /Found Photo Foundation