Born in 1959
Lives and works in London
1983-85 MA Course, Goldsmith's College, London
1978-81 Chelsea School of Art, London
1977-78 Loughton College
2013 Labyrinth, A major artwork commission for all 270 stations to mark the 150th anniversary of London Underground

Awarded Ebbsfleet Landmark Project Commission

Awarded My City commission in Canakkale, Turkey (unveiling September 2010)

2007 Awarded Turner Prize
2003 Awarded Honorary Doctorate at University of Central England
2002 Awarded Honorary Fellowship of the London Institute
2001-02 DAAD Artists Programme, Berlin
1998 Henry Moore Fellowship, British School at Rome
Individual Exhibitions

One, The Void, Derry, Northern Ireland

The Underground, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

2012 SITE, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead
2011 Mark Wallinger, Museum De Pont, Tilburg

Sinema Amnesia, Çanakkale, Turkey

Mark Wallinger, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Mark Wallinger, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo

Mark Wallinger, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin


Mark Wallinger, Kunstmuseum Aarau, Switzerland

State Britain, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine, France


State Britain, Tate Britain, London

The End, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin

Mark Wallinger, Kunstverien Braunschweig, Braunschweig

The Human Figure in  Motion, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago


The End, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Out of Place, New Art Gallery, Walsall

Threshold to the Kingdom, Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia, National Gallery, Prague

2005 Museo de Arte Carillo Gil, Mexico City
Easter, Hangar Bicocca, Milan
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
2004 Sleeper, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
Carlier Gebauer, Berlin
Presence 4: Mark Wallinger, Speed Art Museum, Kentucky
The Underworld, a new commission for the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2003 Christmas Tree, Tate Britain, London
The Sleep of Reason, The Wolfsonian, Florida
Via Dolorosa, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich
Spacetime, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin
2002 Cave, Millenium Forum, Derry
Mark Wallinger - Seeing Things, Minoriten-Galerien im Priesterseminar, Graz
Commission for Bloomberg Space, London
Promised Land, Tensta Konsthall, Spanga, Sweden
Ecce Homo, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
2001 Anna Schwartz, Melbourne
No Man's Land, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
British Pavilion, The 49 th Venice Biennale, Venice
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space, University Museum of Natural History, Oxford
Cave, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes/ Southampton City Art Gallery
2000 Credo, Tate Gallery, Liverpool
Ecce Homo, Vienna Secession, Vienna
Galeria Laura Pecci, Milan
Threshold to the Kingdom, The British School, Rome
1999 Lost Horizon, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
Ecce Homo, The Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square, London
Prometheus, Portikus, Frankfurt
Mark Wallinger is Innocent, Palais des Beaux Arts, Bruxelles
1998 The Four Corners of the Earth, Delfina, London
1997 Dolly Fiterman Fine Arts, Minneapolis
Dead Man's Handle, Canary Wharf Window Gallery, London
The Importance of Being Earnest in Esperanto, Jiri Svetzka Gallery, Prague
God, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem, Belgium
1995 Serpentine Gallery, London
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
1994 The Full English, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1993 Daniel Newburg Gallery, New York
1992 Fountain, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1991 Capital, Institute of Contemporary Art, London touring to Manchester City Art Gallery
Daniel Newburg Gallery, New York
Capital, Grey Art Gallery, New York
1990 Stranger², Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
School, Sophia Ungers, Cologne
1988 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Passport Control, Riverside Studios, London
Burgess Park, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham
1986 Hearts of Oak, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1983 The Minories, Colchester
Group Exhibitions

Art in Context, Esbjerg Kunstmuseum, Denmark

Salon der Angst, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria

Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm, Tate Britain, UK

Emoi et Moi, Musee d’Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Paris

  Paintings, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Soccer, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Mexico

Summer Exhibition, Anthony Reynolds Gallery London

A Bucolic Frolic: Distractions from the Modern, Mummer + Schnelle, London

Sinema Amnesia, Mark Wallinger, Turner Contemporary, Margate. Commissioned and curated by Jacqui Davies, University of the Creative Arts (School of Fine Arts) and Turner Contemporary

Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 , National Gallery, London

A World Away, Dyrham Park, Natiional Trust, Bath

Flight and the Artistic Imagination , Compton Verney, Warwickshire

Beyond Words, GAK, Gesellschaft Fur Aktuelle Kunst, Germany


Measure the City with the Body, an itinerant Physics project, The Physics Room, St Paul Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

The Wonders of the Visible World, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland

A Threepenny Opera, S1 Artspace, Sheffield

Southbank Centre Celebrates Festival of Britain, Southbank Centre, London

Among Heroes: Pre-Images in Contemporary Art, Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Germany

The Big Society, Galerie Valois, Paris

Blink! Denver Art Museum, Colorado USA (cat, ill.)


Grand National, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Norway

CUE: Artists’ Videos, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada

The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, Bienniale of Sydney, Australia

Restless Empathy, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, USA

Hope! Dinard Palais des Arts et du Festival, Dinard, France

A horse walks into a bar... Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

Let's Dance, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine, France


The British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Whitechapel Gallery, London

British Subjects 1948-2000, Neuberger Museum of Art, New York

Mark Wallinger Curates: The Russian Linesman, Hayward Gallery, London / Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds / Glynn Vivian, Swansea

Only The Lonely, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Contemporary Video Art; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

Get Your Juicy Plums Here!, Omni Color & K2 Screen, London

This World and Nearer Ones, Creative Time, Governors Island, New York

Inappropriate Covers, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Rhode Island

5 Sculptures, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Heaven, 2nd Athens Biennale, Athens


The ICA Auction, ICA, London

Tales of Time and Space, Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone

Selected Works by Gallery Artists, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Comme des Betes, Musee Cantonal des Beau-Arts, Lausanne

On Time: The East Wing Collection VIII, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Collection Videos & Films; Isabelle & Jean-Conrad Lemaitre, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany

History in the Making, A Retrospective of the Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo


Stardust ou la dernière frontière, MACVAL, Vitry sur Seine, France


The Turner Prize, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

Museum of Modern Art – Centre Pompidou, Paris

Zone, Münster Sculpture Project, Münster

The End, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Dark Mirror, Netherlands Media Art Institute/ Montevideo, Amsterdam

Timer 01 intimita/ Intimacy, Fondazione La Triennale di Milano / Triennale-Bovisa, Milan

Darkness, Visible, touring exhibition, Southampton City Gallery

You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, touring exhibition, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle

Schmerz, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin


Artprojx, Prince Charles Cinema, London

Belief, Singapore Biennale 2006, Singapore

Protections, Kunsthaus Landesmuseum Graz

Wondering Stars, gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea (cat.)

Choosing my Religion, Kunstmuseum Thun

How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, London

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and British Art, Tate Britain, London

Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel

You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Glynn You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Glynn

Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; The Lowry, Salford; New Art Gallery, Walsall; Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle

New Mystics, Tenerife
Four Winds, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough

Responding to Rome 1995- 2005, Estorick Collection, London

2005 Variety, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea
Rundlerwelten, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
When Humour Becomes Painful, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
London Calling, Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Oslo
The Experience of Art, Italian Pavillion, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice
Miradas y Conceptos, MEIAC, Badajoz
The Fifth Gospel, Likovni Salon, Celje
Chronos, Centro Sperimentale per le Arti Contemporanee, Caraglio, Cuneo
Critics Choice, FACT, Liverpool
The World is a Stage, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Il colore della vita – omaggio a Piero Siena, Castel Mareccio, Museion, Bolzano
OUTPOST, Stephen D Paine Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art
2004 Contested Fields, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa
De Leur Temps, Collections Privées Francaises, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tourcoing, Tourcoing
Gifted, The Art Gallery, University of the Arts, London
On Side, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra
Things Domestic (selected work from the Arts Council Collection), Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne
Between above and below, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, New York
Presence – Images of Christ for the Third Millennium, Lincoln Cathedral & the Usher Gallery
The Human Condition. The Image of Man in Art, The City History Museum of Barcelona, Barcelona
2003 Contemporary Art in the Traditional Museum, Russian Museum, St Petersburg
Peter Blake - Sculpture, London Institute Gallery, London
Round Table, MOT, London
A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960-2003, Pavilhão Lucas Nogueira Garcez, Sao Pãulo
Independence, South London Gallery, London
Warum! Ebenbild - Abbild - Selbstbild, Martin - Gropius Bau, Berlin
nation, Frankfurter kunstverein, Frankfurt
Horse, The Study Gallery, Dorset
Rituals, Berlin Academy of Arts, Berlin
Sanctuary, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Micro/Macro - British Art 1996-2002, Kunsthalle Mucsarnok, Budapest
Thatcher, The Blue Gallery, London
Body Matters, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo
Someone to Watch Over Me, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam
2002 Mensaje de Texto, Helga de Alvear, Madrid
Real Life, Tate St. Ives
In Light, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
Sphere, loans from the nvisible Museum, Sir John Soane's Museum, London
Les Enfants du Paradis, Yvon Lambert, Paris
Blow up your TV, York City Art Gallery, York
Ommegang-Circumflexion, Bruges
The Anatomy of the Horse - Mark Wallinger and George Stubbs, Harewood House, Leeds
Location: UK, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London
Faux/Real, Borusan Art & Culture Centre, Istanbul
THE GAP SHOW - Young Critical Art from Great Britain, Museum as Ostwall, Dortmund
Family, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
Con Art: Magic / Object / Action, Site Gallery, Sheffield and tour to Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea
Painting as a Foreign Language, Edifício Cultura Inglesa / Centro Brasileiro Britânico, Sao Paulo
(curated by Gerard Hemsworth)
Sidewinder, The Centre of International Modern Art, Calcutta / The India Habitat Centre, New Delhi /
The National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai (curated by Gerard Hemsworth)
2001 Project: Film and Video, Cheltenham Pump Room, Cheltenham (curated by Terry Smith)
Purloined, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
Looking at You - Kunst Provokation Unterhaltung Video, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London
'Heads and Hands' - A WPA\C, Project at Decatur House Museum, Washington DC
City Racing 1988-1998: a partial account, ICA, London (curated by Mathew Higgs)
2000 Ghosts, Delta Axis, Memphis
Seeing Salvation, National Gallery, London
On the Frac Track (Text as Image), Sevenoaks Library Gallery, Kent / Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery, Kent / Rochester Art Gallery, Kent /
Maidstone Library Gallery, Kent / The Royal Museum & Art Gallery, Canterbury,
Kent / Sassoon Gallery, Kent
Vision Machine, Musee des Beaux-Arts de Nantes, Nantes
1999 The Sultan's Pool, Jerusalem
Officina Europa, Villa delle Rose, Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Bologna and tour
Changement d'air, Musée d'art moderne Lille Métropole, Villeneuve d'Ascq
Il luogo degli angeli, San Michele and Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo and tour
Il passato nel Presente, Maze Art Gallery, Turin
Fourth Wall, National Theatre, London (curated by PADT)
L'Art et l'Ecrit, Espace Sculfort, Maubeuge
1998 Contemporary British Artists, Denver Art Museum, Denver
Shunted, Sheffield
Il passato nel Presente, The Tannery, London
1st Biennale de Montreal, Montreal
Book, Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham
Heatwave, Electricity Showroom, London
U.K Maximum Diversity, Benger Areal, Bregenz
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Made in London, Museu de Electricidade, Lisbon
Heatwave, The Waiting Room, Wolverhampton
Drawing Itself, The London Institute
Feeringbury VIII - Cultivated, Feringbury Manor, Essex
Dissin' the Real, Lombard Fried Gallery, New York, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna
Wounds, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
1997 Treasure Island, Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azerdo Perdigâo, Galerie Gebauer, Berlin
2nd Johannesburg Biennale, Johannesburg
5th Istanbul Biennale, Istanbul
Sensation, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Hamburger Banhof, Berlin
Dimensions Variable: Works from the British Council Collection, Helsinki City Art Museum and tour to Stockholm, Kiev, Warsaw, Chemnitz, Darmstadt, Prague, Bratislava, Zagreb, Vilnius, Budapest, Bucharest
Pictura Britannica, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney/ Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide/ Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand
Pledge Allegiance to a Flag? London Printworks Trust, London
Animal, CCA, Glasgow
1996 10th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney
Offside!, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago
1995 The Turner Prize, Tate Gallery, London
The British Art Show, Manchester and tour
John Moores Exhibition 19, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
The Art Casino, Barbican Art Gallery, London
  1994 Art Unlimited, Arts Council Touring Show
A Painting Show, Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem
Idea Europa, Palazzo Publico, Siena
Seeing the Unseen, nvisible Museum, Thirty Shepherdess Walk, London
Art Boutique, Laure Genillard Gallery, London
Untitled Streamer Eddy Monkey Full Stop Etcetera, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Here and Now, Serpentine Gallery, London
Five British Artists, Galleri Andrehn Schiptjenko, Stockholm
Not A Self Portrait, Karsten Schubert Gallery, London
Every Now and Then, Rear Window / Richard Salmon, London
Jet Lag, Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt
1993 Junge Britische Kunst, Art Cologne
MA Galerie, Paris
Mandy loves Declan 100%, Mark Boote Gallery, New York
You've Tried the Rest, Now Try the Best, City Racing, London
Spit in the Ocean, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Young British Artists II, Saatchi Collection, London
1992 Let Me Look, San Miniato
Whitechapel Open, Clove Building, London
1991 Confrontaciones, Palacio de Velasquez, Madrid
Kunstlandschaft Europa, Kunstverein Karlsruhe
1990 Australian Sculpture Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
The Köln Show, Cologne
1989 Über Unterwanderung, Galerie Sophia Ungers, Cologne
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Excommunication: Some Notions on Marginality, Grey Art Gallery, New York
Einleuchten: Will, Vorstel und Simul in HH, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
Territories, Chisenhale Gallery, London
1988 The New British Painting, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, and tour
Image and Object: Aspects of British Art in the 1980's, City Museum and Art Gallery,
Something Solid, Cornerhouse, Manchester
Sculptures, Koury Wingate, New York
Cries and Whispers, paintings of the Eighties in the British Council Collection, touring Australia
1987 Palaces of Culture: The Great Museum Exhibition, City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
State of the Nation, Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry
Appropriate Pictures, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Serpentine Gallery, London (Stuart Brisley, Ken Currie, Glenys Johnson, Mark Wallinger)
1986 Neo Neo-Classicism, Edith C Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
New Art, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Unheard Music, City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
The Exhibition Gallery, Milton Keynes
Canvass: New British Painting, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
1985 New Art 2, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Prelude, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
1984 Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
1982 Space Invaders, St Mary's Art Centre, Colchester
1981 New Contemporaries, ICA, London
Exhibitions Curated
2009 Mark Wallinger Curates: The Russian Linesman, Frontiers, Borders and Thresholds, Hayward Gallery, London / Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds/ Glynn Vivian, Swansea

The Lark Ascending, Sonic Illuminations, BFI, London

The End, Glasgow Film Festival, Scotland

2007 The End, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Sleeper, Artprojx, Anthology Film Archives, New York
2006 The End , Prince Charles Cinema, London
2005 Film & Media Arts Festival, Berwick upon Tweed (cat.ill.)
Stroom, The Hague.
2004 57 Festival Internazionale del film Locarno, 4-14 August, Switzerland
The Lark Ascending, Prince Charles Cinema, London

Talks and lectures

2011 In Conversation, Mark Wallinger and Martin Herbert, The London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery, London
2009 Mark Wallinger, Artist Talk, The Russian Linesman, Frontiers, Borders and Thresholds, Hayward Gallery, London

Artist Talk, Mark Wallinger’, Mark Wallinger: State Britain, Tate Britain, London

Contemporary Sculpture and the Social Turn’, on Skulptur Projekte Muster 07, talk chaired by Dr Achim Borchardt-Hume, Tate Modern., London

Zoë Walker & Neil Bromwich in conversation with Mark Wallinger and Mark McGowan; chair: JJ Charlesworth, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London



2007 Protest, ‘Late at Tate Britain’, Tate Britain, London

Television broadcast

2011 The Culture Show, Episode 17 BBC 2, 5th November

Ego: The Strange and Wonderful World of Self Portraits, presented by Laura Cumming, BBC4, 6 November

The Genius of British Art, presented by Sir Roy Strong, Channel 4, 5 October

2007 Mark Wallinger, South Bank Show, ITV 1, 4th March
Other Projects
2012 Metaporphosis: Titian 2012 , Royal Opera House, London
2011 Undance/Twice Through The Heart, choreographic work collaborating with Mark-Anthony Turnage and Wayne McGregor, Sadler's Wells, London
Bibliography - Publications and Catalogues

MARK, Martin Herbert, Thames and Hudson



Mark Wallinger, essay by Sally O’Reilly, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo

Art, Activism and Recuperation, Concept Store #3, pub. by Arnolfini

2009 Mark Wallinger, The Russian Linesman, Frontiers, Borders and Thresholds, Hayward Publishing

Qu’est-ce que l’art video aujourd’hui?, Beaux Arts Editions

Mark Wallinger, edited by Madeleine  Schuppli and Janneke de Vries, JRP/Ringier, Switzerland

Folkestone Triennial, Tales of Time and Space, edited by Andrea Schlieker, The Creative Foundation

The Speed Art Museum, Highlights From The Collection, The Speed Art Museum

History In The Making: A Retrospective of The Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Collection Video & Film, Isabelle & Jean- Conrad Lemaître, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel


Schmerz, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

Schlaf & Traum, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, Wellcome Collection London, Bohlau Verlag


New Art on View, Sheila McGregor, Southampton City Art Gallery

Belief, Singapore Biennale 2006 (cat.)

‘Mark Wallinger’, Une Vision du Monde la Collection Video d’Isabelle et Jean-Conrad Lemaitre, Paris (cat.)

2004 Photofinish, edited by Marco Delogu and Massimo Reale, Roma
On Side, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra
The human condition The dream of a shadow, Barcelona Forum 2004 and Institut de Cultura de Barcelona – Museu d’Historia de la Ciutate de Barcelona (MHCB)
2003 Warum! Bilder diesseits und jenseits des Menschen, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
Sanctuary - Contemporary Art and Human Rights, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Micro/macro - British Art 1996-2001, text by Alex Farquharson, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest
2002 THE GAP SHOW - Young Critical Art from Great Britain, Museum as Ostwall, Dortmund
Ommegang-Circumflexion, Bruges
Painting as a Foreign Language, Edifício Cultura Inglesa / Centro Brasileiro Britânico, Brasil
Family, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
Faux/Real, Borusan Art & Culture Centre, Istanbul
2001 Mark Wallinger - British Pavilion, The 49 th Venice Biennale 2001 text by Ralph Rugoff,
The British Council, London
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space text by Marco Livingstone, University Museum of
Natural History / Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford
Mary Warnock and Mark Wallinger (Eds) Art for All? Their Policies and our Culture, Peer, London
2000 Mark Wallinger - Prometheus Portikus Frankfurt am Main
Mark Wallinger - Credo texts by Lewis Biggs, Ian Hunt and David Burrows,
Tate Gallery Publishing, London
Seeing Salvation texts by Neil MacGregor and Erika Langmuir, BBC Publishing, London
Louisa Buck Moving Targets 2 A User's Guide to British Art Now, Tate Publishing
Locus Solus text by Paul Bonaventura, Locus + Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Mark Wallinger - Ecce Homo texts by Mikhail Bulgakov and Adrian Searle,
Vienna Secession, Vienna
1999 Il luogo degli angeli, San Michele and Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo
L'Art et L'Ecrit, Espace Sculfort, Maubeuge, Idem + Arts Frac Nord-Pas de Calais
Louisa Buck, Moving Targets A User's Guide to British Art Now, Tate Publishing, London
Officina Europa, texts by Renato Barilli, Edizioni Gabriele Mazzotta, Bologna
Mark Wallinger is Innocent, text by Pier Luigi Tazzi, Société des Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts
de Bruxelles / Delfina, London
Mark Wallinger - Lost Horizon, interview with the artist by Theodora Vischer, text by Andrew Wilson,
Museum f ü r Gegenwartskunst, Basel
1998 Book texts by David Bickerstaff and Paul Bonaventura, Djanogly Art Gallery, University of Nottingham
U.K Maximum Diversity, text by Matthew Higgs, Benger Areal, Bregenz,
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
Made in London text by Richard Shone, Simmons & Simmons, London
Drawing Itself text by Gerard Wilson and Janice Hart, The London Institute
Feeringbury VIII - Cultivated texts by Stephen Hepworth, Katherine Wood and Sonia Coode-Adams, Firstsite / Curtain Road Arts, London
Kevin Davey, English Imaginaries, Lawrence & Wishart
David Burrows (Ed) Who's Afraid of Red White & Blue? Attitudes to popular & mass culture, celebrity, alternative & critical practice & identity politics in recent British art, Article Press, Birmingham
1997 Treasure Island, texts by Jorge Molder, Rui Sanches, Ana de Vasconcelos e Melo, Alan Bowness,
Richard Cork, Gill Hedley, Andrew Renton, Bryan Robertson and Richard Shone, Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azeredo Perdigâo, Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
Virginia Button, The Turner Prize, Tate Gallery Publishing, London
Pledge Allegiance to a Flag? interviews with artists by Steward Russell and text by Nikos Papastergiadis, Printworks Trust, London
Pictura Britannica edited by Bernice Murphy, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Dimensions Variable: New Works for the British Council Collection, text by Ann Gallagher,
The British Council, London
Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, texts by Norman Rosenthal,
Richard Shone, Martin Maloney, Brook Adams and Lisa Jardine, Royal Academy of Arts, London
5 th International Istanbul Biennial, text by Rosa Martinez, Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts
Mark Wallinger, text by Donald Kuspit, Dolly Fiterman Fine Arts, Minneapolis
1996 Vade Mecum: A Compendium of New Art, texts by Paul Bonaventura and Helen Cadwallader, Locus +, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Jurassic Technologies 10 th Biennale of Sydney, edited by Lynne Cook, The Biennale of Sydney
Jason Coburn, Hello, Artists in Conversation, The Royal College of Art, London
1995 John Moores Exhibition 19, text by Julian Treuherz, National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside
Mark Wallinger, text by Jon Thompson, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham / Serpentine Gallery, London
The British Art Show, texts by Richard Cork, Rose Finn-Kelcey and Thomas Lawson,
The South Bank Centre, London
The Turner Prize text by Virginia Button, Tate Gallery Publishing, London
1994 Seeing the Unseen texts by Mark Wadhwa, Walter Meyer, James Roberts, nvisible Museum
Every Now and Then Rear Window / Richard Salmon, London
Art Unlimited: Multiples from the 1960s and 1990s texts by Hilary Lane and Andrew Patrizio, South Bank Centre, London
Mark Wallinger text by Jo Coucke, Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem
Idea Europa, texts by Valeria Bruni, Omar Calabrese and Rita Selvaggio, Contemporanea Editrice, Siena
1993 Junge Britische Kunst text by Werner Krüger, Art Cologne
Young British Artists II text by Sarah Kent, The Saatchi Collection, London
1992 Let Me Look text by Valeria Bruni, Stella Santacatterina, Rita Selvaggio and Jon Thompson,
Commune di San Miniato
Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
1991 Kunstlanschaft Europa texts by Andreas Vowinckel, Henry Meyric Hughes, Jonathan Watkins, Stefan Berg, Hans Gercke and Martin Stather, Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
Confrontaciones texts by Henry Meyric Hughes, Felix Guisasola, Andrew Renton and Teresa Blanch,
Instituto de la Juventud, Madrid
1990 Australian Sculpture Triennial National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
1989 Über Unterwanderung text by Jutta Koether, Galerie Sophia Ungers, Cologne
Nachschub, The Köln Show edited by Isabelle Graw, Cologne
1988 Einleuchten: Will, Vorstel und Simul in HH texts by Harald Szeeman, Heinz Liesbrock,
Christoph Schenker and Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
Burgess Park interview with the artist, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham
The New British Painting texts by Edward Lucie-Smith, Carolyn Cohen and Judith Higgins, Phaidon, Oxford
Image and Object: Aspects of British Art in the 1980s text by Ian Vines, Stoke-on-Trent City Council,
Something Solid text by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Cornerhouse, Manchester
Cries and Whispers: New works for the British Council Collection text by Lewis Biggs, The British Council, London
Passport Control, Riverside Studios, London / Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1987 Palaces of Culture: The Great Museum Exhibition text by Graham Evans, City Museum and Art Gallery,
Stoke on Trent
State of the Nation text by Sara Selwood, Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry
1986 Neo Neo-Classicism Edith C Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Unheard Music text by Emma Dexter, City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
Bibliography - Articles

Luke Jennings, ‘A great threesome unbound’, The Observer, 4 December

Sarah Crompton, ‘Undance, Sadler’s Wells Review’ The Daily Telegraph, 2 December

Zoe Anderson, ‘Undance, Sadler’s Wells, London (2/5), The, 2 December

Clifford Bishop, ‘Undance review’ London Evening Standard, 2 December

Sarah Crompton, ‘The supergroup of modern dance’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 November

Lyndsey Winship, ‘That’s the way to undo it’, Time Out, 1 December

‘Turner Prize and Olivier Award Winner Team up for Super Ballet’, The Huffington Post, December

Debra Craine, ‘Painting feels like it’s an endgame’, The Times, 14 November

Roos Van Der Lint, ‘Mark Wallinger (is onschuldig)’,, November 2011

Nick Wroe, ‘A Life in Art, Mark Wallinger’, The Guardian, 1st October

Rob Sharp, ‘The Wallingers that were just too wacky – even for him’, The Independent, 1st October

Laura Barnett, ‘It took a while to earn his trust’, Guardian G2, 21 June

Adrian Searle, ‘Yes, but is it drawing?’,, April

Ben Luke, ‘Surreal Wold Captured in Perpetual Motion’, Evening Standard, April

Ossian Ward, ‘Turkey: art, war, memory’, Time Out, February

Mark Wallinger, ‘Alte Meister, Von Neuen Geliebt’, Monopol, January

Harry Mount, ‘Turkish Time Travel’, The Spectator, 1 January

Martin Herbert, ‘Now See This’ Art Review, December

Stephanie Bunbury, ‘Happily Making His Mark’, The Age A2, 9 October

Mark Wallinger, ‘Collages That Cut To The Quick’ The Independent, 3 December

Rachel Spence, ‘Straits Ahead’, The Financial Times Life & Arts, 20-21 November

Tim Adams, ‘Frieze Art Fair’, The Observer, New Review, 17 October

Simon Schama, ‘The Beastliness of Modern Art’, Financial Times Life & Arts, 16 & 17 October

Dave Itzkoff, ‘British Artists Protest a Possible Cut in Government Funds’ The New York Times, 10 September

Arifa Akbar, ‘Cockerels, cashpoints and cake nest for fourth plinth’, The Independent, 20 August

‘Exporama’, ArtPress, July-August

Maev Kennedy, ‘Mark Wallinger Gets The Tory Vote’, The Guardian, 20 July

‘Wallinger Will Grace Jeremy’s Joint’,, 20 July

‘Diary’, The Independent, 20 July 2010

‘Jeremy Hunt picks Wallinger for his walls’, Diary, The Evening Standard, 19 July

‘What’s going on Jeremy Hunt’s wall?’, Media Monkey,, 19 July

Maev Kennedy, ‘Cinema with a view: Mark Wallinger makes history in Turkey’,, 9 July

Gabriel Coxhead, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Time Out London, 24 June

Richard Dorment, ‘Mark Wallinger at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 June

‘Five Best London Shows’, The Independent, 19 June

Kate Kellaway, ‘Portrait Of The Artist As A Revolving Pope’, The Observer, New Review, 6 June

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, ‘Mark Wallinger and the big white horse’, The Times, 5 June

Anthony Byrt, ‘Mark Wallinger’,, 1 June

David Ulrichs, ‘Berlin Gallery Weekend’, Art Monthly, June

Alexandra Peers, ‘Mountaintop Art’, The New York Observer, 19 May

Anna Altman, ‘Mark Wallinger’,, May

Jorg Heiser, ‘Berlin Highlights’,, May

Amanda Birch, ‘Giddy Heights’, Building Design, 30 April

Mark Wallinger, Artist’s special, The Guardian, 27 April

Lucy Steeds, ‘Mark Wallinger curates: The Russian Linesman’, Art Monthly, April

Lydia Slater, ‘Horsing About’, Evening Standard Magazine, 17 April

Anthony Byrt, ‘The Russian Linesman’,, 7 April

‘Gigantic Animal News’, Art Monthly, March

Turia Tellwright, ‘Horse for a Kingdom’, Racing Post, 30 March

Deborah Orr, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Independent Magazine, 14 March

Laura Cumming, ‘Roll up, roll up, the circus is in town’, The Observer, 8 March

Charles Darwent, ‘The Russian Linesman, Hayward Gallery, London’, The Independent, 22 February

Alice-Azania Jarvis, ‘Party of the week: making his Mark as curator’, The Independent, 20 February

Joanna Pitman, ‘The Russian Linesman at Hayward Gallery, London SE1’, The Times, 21 February

Laura McLean-Ferris, ‘Exhibitionist: The best art shows to see this week, The Guardian, 20 February

Ben Lewis, ‘Now you see it, now you don’t’, The Evening Standard, 18 February

Tom Lubbock, ‘Spot the links’, The Independent, 17 February

Hugh Reilly, ‘Illusions that can cross the line’, The London Paper, 17 February

Esther Addley, ‘Diary’, The Guardian, 17 February

Alastair Sooke, ‘The jumble of an ordered mind’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 February

Adrian Searle, ‘Let’s do the time warp again’, The Guardian, 16 February

‘Winning again by a brass neck’, The Sunday Times, 15 February

Tim Adams, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Observer, 15 February

Paul Vallely, ‘Mane attraction’, The Independent, 14 February

Richard Morrison, ‘Do we need serious art for serious times or serious fun?’, The Times, 14 February

Ian Jack, ‘This horse isn’t so huge in Ebbsfleet’, The Guardian, 14 February

‘One hourse race: Wallinger wins Ebbsfleet sculpture commission’,, 13 February

Arifa Akbar, ‘The Diary: Kate Winslet; Mark Wallinger; Sir Ian McKellen; Charlotte Roche’, The Guardian, 13 February

‘One horse race: Wallinger wins Ebbsfleet sculpture commission’, www., 13 February

Mark Hudson, ‘Mark Wallinger’s white horse is a winner’, The Telegraph, 12 February

Jilly Cooper, ‘Did it have to be a horse?’, The Guardian, 12 February

Peter Walker, ‘The man is a genius – there’s no question about it’, The Guardian, 12 February

Melanie Reid, ‘It’s a racing cert this horse will be a winner’, The Times, 12 February

Roy Strong, ‘Roy Strong, scourge of so much modern art, champions the wonder horse’, Daily Mail, 12


Rachel Campbell-Johnston, ‘Bold, simple design will make an instant impact’, The Times, 11 February

‘Mark Wallinger installs mirrored ‘Tardis’ at The Hayward’,, 11 February

‘Giant horse to tower over UK countryside’,, 10 February

Pete Norman, ‘Huge horse to be ‘Angel of the South’,, 10 February

‘Wallinger’s horse chosen to be Ebbsfleet’s Angel of the South’, The Guardian, 10 February

Fiona Macdonald, ‘Art that crosses the line’, The Metro, February

Eva Scarrer, ‘Mark Wallinger, Aargauer Kunsthaus’, Artforum, January


Charlotte Higgins, ‘Crossing the line: how disputed World Cup goal inspired show about illusions’, The Guardian, 16 December

Martin Herbert, ‘I Wallinger’, Modern Painters, September

‘Mark Wallinger’, , 1 September

‘Mark Wallinger in Aargauer Kunsthaus’, , 1 September

‘Aargauer Kunsthaus Presents Today Mark Wallinger Exhibition’, , 30 August

Sabine Altorfer, ‘Zwischen Himmel und Hölle’, MZ, 30 August

Michael Diers, ‘Art Protest and Politics, Notes on ‘State Britain’ by Mark Wallinger’, , 30 August

‘Turner Prize-winner Mark Wallinger in Aaragauer Kunsthaus, , 28 August

‘Aargauer art with international art house’, , 28 August

‘Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh’, , August

Karen Wright, ‘Resurrection of Folkestone’, , 17 June

Martin Herbert, ‘Shabby Chic’,, 16 June

‘What is the Folkestone Triennial?’,, 13 June

Alistair Sooke, ‘Folkestone: a place where nothing ever happens?’,, 16 June

‘Meet the Artists’ and ‘Creating a Centre for Art’ Folkestone Triennial Guide, June

Oliver Marre, ‘Mark Wallinger, The artist gets back in the saddle’, The Observer, 11 May

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, ‘The big bold horse wins it hands down’, The Times, 8 May

Dalya Alberge, ‘Artist seeks to rival famous angel with a giant Stallion of the South’, The Times, 8 May

Tom Lubbock, ‘Colossal ideas… or the makings of a white elephant?’, The Independent, 8 May

Richard Dorment, ‘Towering ambitions’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 May

Aislinn Simpson, ‘Giant horse leads race to be ‘angel of the South’’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 May

Charlotte Higgins, ‘High horse. Plan for Britain’s biggest sculpture’, The Guardian, 8 May

‘Mark Wallinger’s Steel Racehorse Proposal’,, 8 May

Farah Nayeri, ‘Turner Winner Wallinger Dreams of Giant Horse, Dresses as Bear’,, 8 May

Nick Curtis, ‘Giant horse among runners to be ‘Angel of the South’’, Evening Standard, 7 May

Pascaline Vallee, ‘Revolutions Artistiques’, Mouvement, April-June

‘Exclusive interview with Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaitre’,, online, 25 April

World War II RAF link inspires Tube artwork’, Metro, 17th March

‘Tube’s Mod remake’, The London Newspaper, 14 March

Artnotes, ‘Ebbsfleet’, Art Monthly, Issue 313, February

Feldmann, ‘Schonheit und Brutalitat des Lebens’, Dithmarscher Landeszeitung, 2 February

Nicole Busing and Heiko Klaas, ‘Poesie und Irritationen im Alltag’, Nordsee Zeitung, 30 January

Rachel Campbell Johnson, ‘It’s got to be striking and must stand up for a nation’, The Times, 29 January

Dalya Alberge, ‘Artists think big for £2m gateway to England’, The Times, 29 January

Belinda Grace Gardner, ‘Die bewegende Kunst der bewegten Bilder’, De Welt, 22 January

Clarrie Wallis, ‘State Wallinger’, Pluck, Issue #35, Spring


Mark Rappolt, ‘Tales from the city: Liverpool’, Art Review, Issue 17, December

Lynne Cooke,’ Mark Wallinger’, Artforum Best of 2007, December

‘You ask the questions…’ The Independent, 10 December

Lynne Gentle, ‘Sleeper Hit’,, 6 December

Charlotte Higgins, ‘It’s a good day for bears’, The Guardian, 5 December

Arifa Akbar, ‘Praise for Turner jury as prize goes to war protest’, The Independent, 4 December

Adrian Searle, ‘Critic’s view: Accessible, funny, and serious’, The Guardian, 4 December

Charlotte Higgins, ‘Wallinger takes Turner prize with re-creation of parliament protest’, The Guardian, 4 December

Peter Aspden, ‘Political art captivates Turner Prize panel’, Financial Times, 4 December

Nigel Reynolds, ‘War protest work wins Turner Prize’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 December

Tom Lubbock, ‘Wallinger is deserving winner’, The Independent, 4 December

Simon Kelner, ‘Bear with us’, The Independent, 4 December

Dalya Alberge, ‘Bearly believable? The Turner prizewinner’, The Times, 4 December

‘Anti-war camp copycat wins Turner Prize’, The Daily Express, 4 December

Alexa Baracaia, ‘Wallinger’s grizzly win’, The London Paper, 4 December

Paul Harris, ‘The bear that’s just walked off with the Turner Prize’, The Daily Mail, 4 December

Tom Reilly, ‘Bungle wins the £25,000 Turner’, The Sun, 4 December

‘Arti-war prize’, Daily Mirror, 4 December

‘Tate Liverpool’, e-flux, 4 December

Louise Jury, ‘Wallinger: Why I had to win the Turner’,, 4 December

Fiona Maddocks, ‘The Bear Man’, Evening Standard, 23 October

Tom Lubbock, ‘Why an artist dressed in a bear suit deserves’, The Independent, 19 October

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, ‘It’s a poor show – Turner disciples are about to have their faith tested’, The Times, 19 October

Louise Jury, ‘Grin and bear it…the Turner Prize show set to raise a smile’, Evening Standard, 18 October

Matthew Higgs, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Artforum, September

Ben Lewis, ‘It’s Turner Prize Time Again’, Financial Times, 29-30 September

‘Sculpture Projects in Münster’, Art Monthly, issue 309, September

Dietrich Diederichsen, ‘Muenster’, Frieze, September

Clifford Coonan, ‘BritArt goes east: Tracey’s bed is re-made in China’, The Independent, 6 July

Adrian Searle, ‘Peek-a-boo!’, The Guardian, 26 June

Dean Kenning, ‘You cannot be serious: Art Politics Idiocy’, Art Monthly, issue 307, June

Paul Bonaventura, ‘Mark Wallinger: State Britain’, Parkett, issue 79

Tom Morton, ‘Back – Mark Wallinger’, Frieze, May

‘Aftershock’, CGM (China), May

Grayson Perry, ‘Welcome to the feeding frenzy’, The Times, 9 May

Rebecca Rose, ‘War protest artist tipped do take Turner”, 9 May

Charlotte Higgins, ‘Political works to the fore in incredibly strong year’, The Guardian, 9 May

Dalya Alberge, ‘Placards and protest put up for the Turner’, The Times, 9 May

Nigel Reynolds, ‘Turner arts prize turns political’, Daily Telegraph, 9 May

Richard Dorment, ‘A grown-up and interesting shortlist of contenders’, Daily Telegraph, 9 May

Arifa Akbar, ‘Art takes back seat as politics and religion dominate Turner shortlist’, The Independent, 9 May

‘Peace protest replica in running for Turner Prize’, Morning Star, 9 May

Laurie Hanna, ‘Anti-war Parliament demo is up for Turner Prize’, Daily Mirror, 9 May

Louise Jury, ‘Anti-war protest is nominated for Turner Prize’, The Evening Standard, 8 May

‘Artwork based on atin-war campaigner’,, 8 May

Martin Herbert, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Modern Painters, April

Yves-Alain Bois, ‘Piece Movement’, Artforum, April

Art Obsevation (China), April

Richard Grayson, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Art Monthly, Issue 304, March

Christy Lange, ‘Captive Audience’, Tate Etc., Issue 9, Spring

Andrew Gilligan, ‘The art of propaganda’, The Evening Standard, 22 February

Charlotte Cripps, ‘Cultural Life, Mark Wallinger, Artist’, The Independent, 16  February

Carla Power, ‘Beyond the Barricade’, Newsweek, 12 February

Peter Campbell, ‘Peter Campbell at Tate Britain’, London Review of Books, 8 February

Afroditi Politi, ‘From the protest to the gallery’, Eleftherotipia (Greece), 25 January

‘The art of propaganda’, The Evening Standard, 22 January

Laura Cumming, ‘Anti-war demo? Let’s put the show on right here’, The Observer, 21 January

Charles Darwent, ‘When art takes to the barricades’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 January

Philip Hensher, ‘Is it art just because it’s in the Tate?’, The Mail on Sunday, 21 January

Waldemar Januszczak, ‘What do we want?’, The Sunday Times, 21 January

Amy Iggulden, ‘The modern art of protesting’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 January

Serena Davies, ‘The fine art of free speech’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 January

Tom Lubbock, ‘Voice from the gallery’, The Independent, 16 January

Adrian Searle, ‘Bears against bombs’, The Guardian, 16 January

Tim Teeman, ‘Protest loses its potency off the street’,  The Times, 16 January

TomTeodorczuk, ‘Torn down by police, now Haw’s protest camp lives again at the Tate’, The Evening Standard, 15th January

Fisun Guner, ‘Exploring our freedom’, The Metro, 15 January

‘Makeshift protest camp’a work of art’’, The London Lite, 15 January

Olivia Cole, ‘Tate puts artistic bomb under Blair’, The Sunday Times, 14 January

Alastair Sooke, ‘In the studio’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 January


Charlotte Bonham-Carter, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Flash Art, November - December

Alice Henkes, 'Choosing my Religion im Kunstmuseum', Kunst Bulletin, 6 November

Marcus Field, ‘Films for People Who Don’t Like Video Art’, The Independent on Sunday, 1 October

Sarah Kent, Reviews ‘Mark Wallinger’, Time Out, 4-11 October  

Lillian Davies, Critic’s choice ‘Mark Wallinger’, Artforum, October (online:

Critics Choice, 'Mark Wallinger', Time Out, 20-27 September

Simon Webb, ‘Crivelli’s Nail’, AN Magazine, April 

Jackie Wullschlager, 'Off the Wall', Financial Times, April

Maurice Ulrich, 'Culture Visions du monde', L'Humanite', 14 March


Matt Saunders, 'Berlin', Artforum, best of 2005, December

Von Almuth Spiegler, Orgasmus unter Palmen,  Die Presse, 5 December

Markus Mittringer, Im Niemandsland, Der Standard, 25 November

Rainer Metzger, Das Prinzip Intelligenz, Art Magazine, 25 November

'Artist Short’, Berwick upon Tweed, Film and Media Arts Festival, 16-25 September
‘Via Dolorosa, ha una capella Intermente dedicate all’arte contemporanea. Per sempre’, Provincia.Milano, 22
‘Arte Sacra del Terzo Millennio’, Chiesa di Milano, 21 September
‘Mark Wallinger- Via Dolorosa’, Exibart, 21 September
‘Mark Wallinger- Easter’,, 23 September
Rosella Ghezzi, ‘Un inglese a Milano’, Vivi Milano, 21 September
Alessadra Mammi, ‘Christo si e fermato a Lodra’, L’espresso, 22 September
Angela Vettese, ‘Wallinger tra la cripta e l’hangar’, Domenica, Francesca Bonazzoli, ‘Credenti oppure no la mia arte e per tutti’, Corriere Della Serra, 22 September
Don Luigi Garbini, ‘L’Angelus Novus dell’arte sacra: il Duomo home theatre’, Il Riformista, 16 September
‘Don Garbin, ‘Aiutera la preghiera’, Corriere Della Serra, 22 September
Mark Wallinger, ‘Easter’, Corriere Della Serra, 22 September
Colin Gleadell, ‘Art hunters head for their prey’, Ats.Telegraph, 20 June
Marc Spiegler, ‘The Venice effect’, The Art Newspaper- Art Basel daily newspaper, 15 June
Adrian Searle, ‘Filth, blasphemy and big stars’, Guardian, June
Lynn Barber, ‘Anyone for Venice?, The Observer, 18 June
Mark Wallinger, ‘Sleeper’, Frieze, Issue 91, May
Tom Lubbock, ‘Eye Contact’, ArtReview, April
Sally O’Reilly, 'Things that go bump in the night: Mark Wallinger bears all', Modern Painters June

2004 Sacha Craddock, ‘Embedded’, Contemporary Magazine, Issue 69
Paul Glinkowski, ‘Losing it in translation’, AN Magazine, December
Oliver Bennett, ‘Hellish Vision’, The Observer, 9 May
Rachel Withers, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Artforum, May
Catherine Parker, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Art Press, April
Sally O’Reilly, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Frieze, April
Oliver Zybok, ‘Kunst und Sport – Die inszenierung von körperlichkeit und bewegung’,
Kunstforum International, Bd. 169, Marz-April
Norbert Bolz, ‘Kunst und Sport – Sport als ästhetik der zukunft’, Kunstforum International, Bd. 169, Marz-April (ill.)
Jane Watts, ‘In Memorium’,a--n Magazine, March
Louisa Buck, ‘Three degrees of separation’, The Art Newspaper, February
Rowan Williams, ‘Imitations of Christ’, The Guardian, 31 January
Sarah Kent, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Time Out, 28 January – 4 February
Adrian Searle, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Guardian, 21 January
Charles Darwent, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Metro, 20 January
Tom Lubbock, ‘Pitch-black perfect’, The Independent, 20 January
Charles Darwent, ‘At home in the kingdom of the strangely familiar’, The Independent on Sunday, 18 January
Laura Cumming, ‘Family favourites’, The Observer Review, 18 January
Fisun Güner, ‘Bring me light’, What’s On in London, 14 January
Fisun Güner, ‘Mark Wallinger: The artist ascending’, The Independent Review, 14 January
Jessica Lack, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Guardian Guide, 10-16 January
2003 Nigel Reynolds, 'Christ's birth inspired me, says creator of Tate's tree', The Daily Telegraph, 13 December
Maev Kennedy, 'Traditional trappings, Artist trims Tate Tree', The Guardian, 13 December
Dalya Alberge, 'Tate tree gives rosary reminder', The Times, 13 December
Luke Leitch, 'Has the Tate finally lost its baubles?', Evening Standard, 12 December
Iain Gale, 'Art that will set you free', The Scotsman, 12 May
Christian Huther, 'Welt im Wandel', Main Echo, Aschaffenburg vom 14 June
Tobias Vogt, 'Warum! Martin-Gropius-Bau', Zitty, 13 June
Eliza Williams, 'Thatcher', Contemporary, Issue 53/53
Michael Binyon, 'Deface of the Nation', The Times, 18 April
'I wanted to invade her privacy (Thatcher)', The Guardian, 16 April
'Hungary for British art', Art Review, April
Gary Young, 'Much Ado About Nothing', Art Papers, January/February
2002 Sophie Allgårdh, 'Wallinger ger oss en glimt av det förlovade landet', Konst, 24 November
Andreas Johansson, 'Tre Fr å gor/Har du alltid velat bli Konstn ä r?', Observer, 22 November
Stina Högkvist, 'Borde jag ha läst Bibeln först?', Observer, 11 November
Eva Runefelt, 'V älkommen til världen', Observer, 8 November
Nils Forsberg, 'S å vitt vi ser', Observer, 31 October
Cristina Karlstam, 'På tröskeln till riket', KULTUR, 26 October
Av Katarina :Lööv, 'Söker andlighet I konsten', Broderskap, 25 October
Jens Nordqvist, 'Han gestaltar kampen mellan tro och tvivel', NYA DAGEN, 22 October
Carol Kino, 'Seeing and Believing', Art in America, October
Kate Mikhail, 'What's The Big Idea', The Observer Magazine, 22 September
Helen Hague, 'A classy, sexy two-horse race', The Independent, 30 August
Martin Gayford, 'George Stubbs and Mark Wallinger', The Sunday Telegraph, 11 August
Adrian Searle, 'Sculpture gives life to Christian symbolism', The Western Mail, 4 May
Sarah Kent, 'On the Mark - the poetic logic of Wallinger's new show', Time Out, 2 - 9 January
Chiara Leoni, 'Ready to Rumble', Flash Art Italia, December - January
2001 Axel Lapp, 'It Ain't! Is It Not? Mark Wallinger and Robert Gober at the 49 th Venice Biennale',
The Sculpture Journal VI
Cover story, pLUK, November - December
Mark Wilsher, What's On in London, 28 November - 5 December
Martin Gayford, 'Ordinary and Sublime', The Daily Telegraph, 28 November
Laura Cumming, 'A Matter of Life and Death', The Observer Review, 25 November
Richard Cork, 'Readings from Mark', The Times, 21 November
Fisun Guner, 'Let's get metaphysical', What's On in London, 21 November
Jonathan Jones, 'God's-eye views', The Guardian, 20 November
Tom Lubbock, 'It's a hit and myth affair', The Independent, 20 November
Richard Dorment, 'Pick of the week - Mark Wallinger', The Daily Telegraph, 10 November
Matthew Collings, 'Art Crazy Nation: The Post Blimey Art World', 21 Publishing Ltd.
Charles Darwent, 'A poetic moment in an electric chair', The Independent
Nigel Farndale, 'Seeing the Light', The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 4 November
Tom Lubbock, 'Wallinger and Religion', Modern Painters, Autumn
'Mark Wallinger on Whistlejacket', Private Passions - The Times, 3 October
Michael Archer, 'Preview - Mark Wallinger', Artforum, September
'Biennale Venedig', Frame, August - September
Rainer Metzger, 'The Englishness of English Art', Frame, August - September
Marcia E. Vetrocq, 'Biennale Babylon', Art in America, September
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, 'Die Austellung im Innern des Kopfes', Kunstforum International,
August - October
Andrew Wilson, 'The Zones of Venice', Art Monthly, July - August
Sarah Kent, 'Venice Biennale', Time Out, 27 June - 4 July
Exhibition of the week: Venice Biennale, The Week, 23 June
Martin Gayford, 'States of bemusement', The Spectator, 23 June
Régis Durand, 'La tradition non conformiste', Art Press, June
Hans Pietsch, 'Der blinde Narr', Art das Kunstmagazin, June
Michael Kimmelman, 'Arty, Artful, Artless', The New York Times, 20 June
Waldemar Januszczak, 'A curious beast', The Sunday Times, 17 June
John McEwen, 'Pushy culture vultures', The Sunday Telegraph, 17 June
Craig Burnett, 'Fools Walk In ...', Modern Painters, Summer
Mark Irving, 'Cultural Geography: art versus power', Financial Times, 16 June
William Packer, 'Wallinger marks the spot', Financial Times, 16 June
Adrian Searle, 'Lagoon Show', The Guardian, 16 June
Arthur Smith, 'Watery Rave', The Guardian, 14 June
Richard Cork, 'Too many tours spoil the broth', The Times, 13 June
Richard Dorment, 'Wallinger's act of faith pays off', The Daily Telegraph, 13 June
Charles Darwent, 'Flying the flag at the Eurovision art contest', The Independent on Sunday, 10 June
Mark Irving, 'Briton is the big draw as Venice Biennale opens', The Independent, 7 June
Nigel Reynolds, 'British artist flies the flag of controversy at Biennale', The Daily Telegraph, 7 June
Dalya Alberge, 'Best of British misses the art of diplomacy', The Times, 7 June
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, 'The art before the horse', The Times, 4 June
Oliver Bennett, 'Taking a Tardis to the Venice Biennale', The Independent on Sunday, 3 June
Rose Aidin, 'Profile: Mark Wallinger- Race, class and sex', The Independent, 2 June
Rachel Withers, 'Customs Man: Mark Wallinger', Artforum, Summer
'Mark Wallinger unveils new work at Museum', Oxford Blueprint, 31 May
Louisa Buck, 'Chigwell Conceptualist', Evening Standard, 31 May
Helen Hague, 'Conceptual without cliché', The Times Higher, 25 May
Stella Santacatterina, Flash Art, March-April
Martin Gayford, 'artists on art - Mark Wallinger', The Daily Telegraph, 3 March
Paul Bonaventura, 'The Culture of Command', Modern Painters, Spring
Tony Godfrey, The Burlington Magazine, January
Laura Cumming, 'An odds-on favourite', The Observer Review, 28 January
2000 Anna Moszynska, 'Breeding and Healing', Art Review, December/January
Mark Wallinger, 'Fool Britannia', The Guardian, 12 December
Sean Dodson, 'Artists who paint by digits', The Guardian, 30 November
Richard Ingleby, The Independent, 11 - 17 November
Lynn MacRitchie, 'Portraits of the artist', Financial Times, 10 November
Paul Bonaventura, 'Playful Art', New Statesman, 6 November
Helen Sumpter, 'Seeing is Believing', I-D Magazine, November
Nick Crowe, 'Football, The Lords Prayer and Heavy Metal - a peculiar kind of nationhood'
Flux Magazine, October - November
Jonathan Jones, 'The Magical Mystery Tour', The Guardian, 28 October
Tom Lubbock, 'In the sweet hereafter', The Independent, 24 October
Joe Riley, 'Art can be fun', Liverpool Echo, 24 October
Martin Gayford, 'An Angel Underground', Sunday Telegraph, 22 October
RC, Guardian Guide, 21-27 October
Colin Gleadall, 'Contemporary Market', Daily Telegraph, 16 October
Simon Grant, 'From Jesus on a plinth to an angel on Merseyside', Independent on Sunday, 15 October
'Mostre', Vogue-Italia, September
Daniele Perra, Tema Celeste Contemporary Art, July - September
Simon Grant, 'Soul Searching', Tate Magazine, Summer
Colin Gleadall, 'Edge of meaning and nonsense', The Daily Telegraph, 22 July
Marcus Mittringer, 'Sehet, welch ein Mensch!', Der Standard, 3 August
James Hall, 'Another Time, Another Place', Art Review, July-August
Ad.M., 'Wallinger per miracol mostrare', Il Giornale dell'Arte, July
Ca.C., 'Wallinger. Un Young British artist da scoprire', Arte, July
'Ecce Homo', Vivi Milano, 17 May
The Rt Revd. Richard Chartres, 'Ecce Homo', Oremus, March
Sian Ede, 'Bizarre Consequences' in Strange and Charmed,
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, United Kingdom Branch
Ann Treneman, 'Art, farce, politics and pigeons', The Times, 11 February
Lynn Barber, 'For Christ's sake', The Observer, 9 January
1999 Adrian Searle, 'Brush Hour', The Guardian, 28 December
Kate Watson-Smyth and Fran Abrams, 'Captain Cook and Batman fight for a place at the heart of nation', The Independent, 27 December
Jonathan Jones, 'Mark Wallinger's Christ', The Guardian, 27 December
James Hall, 'Short of statue', Artforum, November
Warren Hoge, 'A finishing touch', Vocable, 21 October-3 November
Lucy Lethbridge, 'The Plinth's Progress', ArtNews, October
Richard Dorment, 'Small figure makes a big impact', The Daily Telegraph, 25 August
Warren Hoge, 'A Finishing Touch for Trafalgar Square', International Herald Tribune, 21-22 August
Warren Hoge, 'Plinth Seeks Occupant. Nelson will be Neighbour', New York Times, 19 August
Phil Miller, 'New Statue of Jesus dwarfed by giants of Empire, The Scotsman
Mark Wallinger, My Week, The Independent, 24 July
Sir Roy Strong, 'Is this a fitting site for a statue of Jesus Christ?', Daily Mail, 22 July
'Centre of attention, public statues', The Times (comment), 22 July
Dalya Alberge, 'Christ stirs passion in Trafalgar Square', The Times, 22 July
David Lister, 'Humble Christ beats war-like Thatcher', The Independent, 22 July
Will Bennett, 'Christ fills a gap in heart of London', The Daily Telegraph, 22 July
Alex Hendry, 'Jesus starts a new battle of Trafalgar', The Express, 22 July
'The plinth and the people', The Guardian 22 July
Adrain Searle, 'The day I met the son of God', The Guardian, 22 July
Fiachra Gibbons, 'Behold Jesus, just another ordinary bloke', The Guardian, 22 July
Stella Santacatterina, 'Mark Wallinger', Flash Art, March-April
Eleanor Heartney, 'Report from Montreal', Art in America, February
Neal Brown, Frieze, January-February
1998 'Who's Afraid of Red White & Blue? Attitudes to popular & mass culture, celebrity, alternative &
critical practice & identity politics in recent British art', Article Press, Birmingham
John Tozer, 'From today painting is dead', Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 21
Dan Glaister, 'Modern art to the rescue of Trafalgar Square's empty plinth', The Guardian, 8 December
Matthew Collings, 'Battle of Trafalgar Square', The Observer, 6 December
Mark Currah, Time Out, 28 October- 4 November
Helen Sumpter, 'Mark Wallinger: The Four Corners of the Earth', The Big Issue, 12-18 October
The Guide 'Mark Wallinger', 3-9 October
The Guardian Space, 'Mark Wallinger: The Four Corners of the Earth', 9 October
1998 Exhibit:A, 'Mark Wallinger: The Four Corners of the Earth', September-October
ArtClub, Autumn
Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 20
The Artnewspaper, Vol.X, October
Helen Sumpter, 'Mark Wallinger: The Four Corners of the Earth',
Evening Standard, 1 October
John Harlow, 'Christ to get place in Trafalgar Square', The Sunday Times, 20 September
Ian Geraghty, 'Mark Wallinger', Untitled, Autumn
Duncan McLaren, 'The Four Corners', The Independent on Sunday, 8 November
Mark Wallinger, 'The Pygmalion Paradox', Art Monthly, July-August
'Minimalsport mit Erwin Wurm und vieles mehr', Kurier, 6 June
'Von Endorphinen, Salzgurken und Stromstößen, Der Standart, 5 June
Carol Kino, 'Dissin'the Real', Time Out New York, 10 March
1997 'Mark Wallinger at Jiri Svestka', Flash Art, November-December
'The Art Pack', Elle, October
The Guardian, 19 September
Isobel Johnstone, 'Who's buying who?', The Guardian, 3 June
John Tozer, 'Mark Wallinger, God', Art Monthly, May
Jean-Marc Colard, 'Union Mark', Les Inrockuptibles, 23-29 April
Martin Coomer, 'Mark Wallinger', Time Out, 2-9 April.
Lottie Hoare, 'Mark Wallinger', Untitled, Spring
David Burrows, Ada Adekola, Yinka Shonibare, Mark Wallinger, Art Monthly, February
Ada Adekola, Yinka Shonibare, Mark Wallinger, Time Out, 22-29 January
1996 Bridget Virden, 'Stud-U-Like', Homepage
Annie Griffin, 'Eyes on the ball' The Guardian, 10 June
Scottish Daily Mail, 23 February
The List, 8-21 March
'He's behind you!', The Sun, 23 February
Ian Gale, '20th Century Sporting Art', Country Life, 7 March
Tina Jackson, 'Mark Wallinger: Horse Crazy', The Big Issue, 12-18 February
Andrew Sim, 'A Real Work of Art', The Sporting Life, 29 January
1995 Matthew Collings, 'The Art of Prize Fighting', The Guardian, 28 November
Richard Dorment, 'Beauty amid the Beasts', The Daily Telegraph, 8 November
Richard Cork, 'Hirst commands two fronts', The Times, 7 November
Edward Gorman, 'leaky Works of Art put out to grass', The Times, 1 November
James Hall, 'Turner Exhibition comes alive and dangerous', The Guardian, 1 November
Dan Conaghan, 'Tate Shows Turner Prize Cream but not the Cow', The Daily Telegraph, 1 November
Adrian Searle, 'The Thirst for Hirst', The Independent, 1 November
Paul Bonaventura, 'The Alternative British Art Show: Four Views', Untitled, Winter
Rupert Christiansen, 'Dark Horse of the Art World', The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 21 October
Mark Sladen, 'Mark Wallinger', Frieze, September-October
Mark Currah, 'Mark Wallinger in London', Untitled, Summer
Antony Thorncroft, 'Sheep leads the horses in Turner stakes', Financial Times, 22 July
Simon Wilson and Brian Sewell, 'Mark Wallinger's A Real Work of Art', Independent, 14 July
David Lister, 'It may win Prizes, but is it Art or Orifice?', Independent, 14 July
Dan Conaghan, 'Dead Mutton Dressed up as Sheep', The Guardian, 13 July
David Lister, 'Turner Artists inquires within', Independent, 13 July
Dalya Alberge, 'Colourful Rebels Vie for Turner Prize', The Times, 13 July
Mike Ellison, 'No Butts as Hirst is Tipped for Top Art Prize', The Guardian, 13 July
Mark Wallinger, 'A Brush with genius:1', The Guardian, 3 July
Louisa Buck, 'British Art: don't knock it', Independent Weekend, 24 June
Philip Vann, 'Backing the Right Horse', RA Magazine, Spring
Mark Sanders, 'Eye opener', The London Magazine, May
Robert Lloyd Parry, 'Ideas of Englishness', This is London, 9 June
Martin Gayford, 'Favourite with a Handicap', The Daily Telegraph, 7 June
Waldemar Januszczak, 'His Sporting Life', The Sunday Times, 4 June
Andrew Graham-Dixon, 'The British Art Buzz', Vogue, June
Sarah Curtis, 'Blood Lines', World Art, no.2
Sarah Kent, 'Race Relation', Time Out, 31 May-7 June
'London Review', Art Review, June
Richard Cork, 'Our Nation at Horseplay', The Times, 30 May
Londoner's Diary, Evening Standard, 23 May
Martin Vincent, 'Painters and Punters', New Statesman and Society, 19 May
What's Happening', Nine to Five, 15 May
William Packer, 'An Artist lays his Bets', Financial Times, 13-14 May
William Feaver, 'Horse for courses', The Observer Review, 19 March
'Mark Wallinger', Blueprint, March
Adrian Searle, 'Self Portrait as a pantomime horse', The Guardian, 7 March
Giles Coren, The Times
Geraldine Norman, The Independent on Sunday Review, 1 January
1994 Mathew Collings, 'New London', The Daily Express, 5 September
Mark Currah, 'Every Now and Then', Frieze, June-July-August
William Harvey, 'Rear Window', Untitled, Summer
William Harvey, 'Curators Egg', Untitled, Summer
Jeffrey Kastner, 'Mark Wallinger', Flash Art, June
James Hall, 'The Guide', The Guardian, 11 June
Paul Bonaventura, 'An Equal Match?', Modern Painters, Spring
Dalya Alberge, 'Artist's latest work is a racing certainty for controversy',
The Independent, 14 May
Roger Bevan, 'The Horse as an Art Form', The Art Newspaper, May
David Lee, 'Update', Art Review, May
Mark Currah, 'Mark Wallinger', Time Out, 4-11 May
James Hall, 'Horsing Around', The Guardian, 25 April
Adrian Dannatt, 'Young British Art Now', The Sunday Times Magazine, 17 April
Paul Bonaventura, 'Turf Accounting: Mark Wallinger interviewed', Art Monthly, April
Richard Dorment, 'Throw that work of art another bale of hay', The Daily Telegraph, 17 March
1993 Angela Choon, 'Openings', Art & Antiques, December
Bruno F Schneider, 'Mit drunem Licht zaubern', Kolnische Rundschau, 15 November
Bunte, 11 November
Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, 5 November
Werner Kruger, Junge britische Kunstler, Weltkunst, 15 October
Andrew Renton, 'Young British Artists II', Flash Art, Summer
Craig Brown, 'Time for an Artful Dodge', The Evening Standard, 22 March
Simon Garfield, 'I like it, I'll take the lot', The Independent, 20 March
Peter Fleissig, 'Leche-Vitrine', Parkett, no 35
Julian Stallabrass, 'Young British Artists', Art Monthly, March
Stephen Pile, 'Don't put the Nail in the Coffin Yet', The Daily Telegraph, 18 February
William Packer, 'Young British Artists II at the Saatchi Gallery', Financial Times, 16 February
Andrew Graham-Dixon, 'Radical chic and the schlock of the New',
The Independent, 16 February
William Feaver, 'Phew! What a freezer!', The Observer, 14 February
Sarah Kent, 'Blood Group', Time Out, 10-17 February
Sacha Craddock, 'Young British Artists', Untitled, Spring
Waldemar Januszczak, 'Blood and Thunder', The Guardian, 8 February
Tim Hilton, 'Familiar Signs of a misspent youth', The Sunday Review,
The Independent on Sunday, 7 February
David McKie, 'What You Read into It', The Guardian, 6 February
Richard Cork, The Times
Sarah Kent, 'Less is Gore', Time Out, 2-9 February
James Hall, 'Diary', The World of Interiors', February
William Feaver, 'The Second Coming', Vogue, February
Adrian Searle, 'Fools and Horses', Frieze, January-February
1992 Stella Santacatterina, 'Mark Wallinger', Tema Celeste, Winter
Juliet Art Magazine, Anno XII, December
Mario Manganiello, 'Artisti Inglesi Contemporanei A San Miniato',
Images; Art Life, November-December
Andrew Renton, 'Mark Wallinger', Flash Art, November-December
Andrew Wilson, 'Mark Wallinger', Forum International, November-December
Conor Joyce, 'Mark Wallinger', Art Monthly, November
Alessndro Tosi, 'Quel Magico Accordo', La Nazione, 5 November
Saretto Cincinelli, 'Let Me Look', Flash Art, October-November
Alberto Mugnaini, 'Luoghi Storici del Paese', Tema Celeste, October
Alessandra Gulotta, 'Let Me Look', Next, October
Fernando Arias, 'La renovacion de la pintura anglosajona', Hoja de Lunes, Valencia, 15 July
Janet Koplos, Art in America, July
Jutta Koether, 'Mark Wallinger', Artscribe, Summer
Richard Cork, 'A picture of wealth', New Statesman Society, 31 May
1991 Sacha Craddock, 'Truth or Dare?', The Guardian, 28 May
Sarah Kent, Politics in Paint, Time Out, 15-22 May
Andrew Graham-Dixon, The Independent, 14 May
Dorothy Spears, 'Mark Wallinger', Arts Magazine, May
Levin, Choices, Village Voice, 26 February
1990 Sarah Kent, 'Mark Wallinger', Time Out, 2-9 January
1989 Michael Archer, 'Mark Wallinger', Artforum, January
1988 P H Meyer, 'Mark Wallinger', Juliet Art Magazine, December-January
Brian Hatton, 'Mark Wallinger', Flash Art, November-December
Robert MacDonald, Time Out, 12-19 October
Mark Currah, City Limits, 29 September-6 October
Jude Schwendenwien, 'Sculpture, Koury Wingate', Artnews, Summer
Mark Edmund, 'Something Solid', Pulp Magazine, 10 May
David Lovely, 'Something Solid', Arts Review, May
Jutta Koether, Artscribe, May
Peter Fleissig, 'Artists for Architecture', Building Design, 18 March
1987 John Glaves-Smith, 'Palaces of Culture', Art Monthly, December-January
ES Magazine, Evening Standard, Friday 6 November
Andrew Graham-Dixon, 'A Museum of Mirrors', The Independent, 25 September
David Wickham, 'Building an art of stone', News on Sunday, 20 September
Nigel Reynolds, 'Art or Just brick-a-brac?', London Evening Standard, 14 September
'Ken Currie, Glenys Johnson, Mark Wallinger', The Observer, 1 February
Monica Petzal, 'Stuart Brisley, Glenys Johnson, Mark Wallinger, Ken Currie', Time Out,
28 January-4 February
Waldemar Januszczak, 'Stuart Brisley at the Serpentine', The Guardian, 21 January
John Roberts, 'Mark Wallinger's History Paintings', Artscribe, January-February
1986 Margaret Garlake, 'Canvas II', Art Monthly, July-August
Tessa Sidey, 'Unheard Music', Arts Review, May
Monica Bohm-Duchen, Flash Art, April
Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Artscribe, April-May
Clare Henry, Arts Review, 14 February
SC, 'A Mixed Message', London Week, 7-13 February
Waldemar Januszczak, The Guardian, 7 February
John Russell Taylor, 'Mark Wallinger: Hearts of Oak', The Times, 4 February
Mark Currah, City Limits, 31 January-6 February
Sarah Kent, Time Out, 23-29 January
R. Costa, 'London', Juliet, December-January
Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, 'New Art I and II at Anthony Reynolds Gallery', Artscribe, December-January
1985 Waldemar Januszczak, 'New Art', The Guardian, 27 August
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