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Bibliography

Monographs and solo exhibition catalogues

  • Demos, T.J., Darren Almond: To Leave a Light Impression (White Cube, London 2014)
  • Darren Almond: Second Thoughts (Contemporary Art Centre, Art Tower Mito, Japan 2013)
  • Darren Almond: Atmos (Sala Alcata 31 de la Comunidad Madrid, Spain 2013); text by Santiago Olmo
  • Baur, Andreas, Tim Ingold and Johannes Meinhardt, Darren Almond: Nocturne (Snoeck, Cologne 2011)
  • Dillon, Brian, Moons of the Lapetus Ocean (Jay Jopling / White Cube, London 2008)
  • Darren Almond: Terminus (Holzwarth Publications, Berlin, 2008); texts by Mark Godfrey, Julian Heynen and Charity Scribner
  • Ardalan, Ziba (ed.), Darren Almond: Index (Parasol Unit Publishing, Koenig Books, 2008); texts by Ziba Ardalan, Simon Ertz, Julian Heynen, Kathleen Madden and Robert Thurman
  • Herbert, Martin and Darren Almond, Darren Almond (Centrum Sztuki, Warsaw 2007)
  • Molok, Nikolai (ed.), 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art: Footnotes (Moscow Biennale Art Foundation, Moscow 2007)
  • Molok, Nikolai (ed.), 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art: Special Project, (Moscow Biennale Art Foundation, Moscow, 2007)
  • Un-authored, Darren Almond: Journey Time (Museum Folkwang Essen, Warsaw 2006)
  • Turner Prize pamphlet (Tate Britain 2005)
  • Heynan, Julian, Darren Almond. 50 Moons at a Time (K21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2004)
  • E.Young, James, Guido Boulboullé, Detlef Stein, Peter Friese and Harald Welzer. After Images (Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen, Revolver, Frankfurt am Main 2004)
  • Malá, Olga and Karel Srp. Other Times: Contemporary British Art (City Gallery Prague, British Council London 2004)
  • Barnes, Brad, Darren Almond. 11 Miles…From Safety (Jay Jopling / White Cube, London 2003)
  • Walker, Hamza and Martin Herbert. Darren Almond (Kunsthalle Zürich, Zurich 2001)
  • Wagstaff, Sheena and Peter Wollen. Darren Almond: Night as Day, Exhibition pamphlet (Tate Gallery Publishing, London 2001)

General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Jøgensen, Lærke Rydal and Michael Juul Homl (eds), Acquisitions 2012-2015 (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark 2016)
  • Grazioli, Elio and Walter Guadagnini (eds.), European Photography: Earth Effect (Silvana Editoriale 2015)
  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Rosen, Aaron, Art + Religion in the 21st Century (Thames & Hudson, London 2015), p. 107
  • Favre Maxwell, Claire, Telling Time (5 Continents Editions, Milan 2015), p. 55
  • Staes, Pascale and Carole Theisen, Eppur si Muove: Art and Technology, A Share Sphere (Mudam Luxembourg, Luxembourg 2015), p. 51
  • Braun, Reinhard, Sabine Flach, Philipp Kaiser, Alanna Lockward, Peter Pakesch, Karl Schlögel, Christian Schwägerl, Hannah Stippl and Thomas Weski, Landscape (Kunsthaus Graz, Austria 2015), pp. 68 - 69
  • Archer, Michael, Art Since 1960 (Thames and Hudson, London 2015)
  • Ward, Ossian, Ways of Looking: How to experience contemporary art (Laurence King, London 2014)
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams, p.12
  • Kittelmann, Udo and Knapstein, Gabriele (ed.), Wall Works: Working with the wall since the 1960s (Kerber Verlag, Berlin 2014)
  • Holm, Michael Juul, Mathias Ussing Seeberg, Poul Erik Tønjer (ed.), Arctic (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark 2013)
  • Cranford Collection: Out of the House (Fundación Banco Santander, Madrid 2013); texts by Anne Pontégnie, Mark Godfrey, Amanda Sarroff, Lisa Slominski and Alice Walters
  • Verge, Jean-Charles, Le Reel est Inadmissible D’ailleurs Il N’existe Pas, (ESBA, Nantes Metropole, Nantes 2012)
  • Cork, Richard, Royal Academy: Illustrated 2011 (Royal Academy Publications, London 2011)
  • Guadagnini, Walter, Barbel Kopplin, Roland Nachtigaller, Dieter Rampl, Things are Queer: Highlights of Art Collection UniCredit (Marta Herford, Kerber, Germany 2011)
  • Vergne, Jean-Charles, Reality is inadmissible, and in fact it doesn’t exist (ESBA Nantes Metropole, France 2011)
  • Becker, Alexa and Keher Verlag (ed.), Ego Documents: The Autobiographical in Contemporary Art (Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland 2009)
  • Antonaz, Roberto, God & Good: Spirituality and Mass Confusion (Graphic Linea, Tavagnacco Udine Italy 2008); texts by Roberto Antonaz, Vittorino Boem, Francesco Bonami, Sarah Cosulich Canarutto
  • Madden, Kathleen, Terminus (Galerie Max Hetzler / White Cube / Holzwarth Publications 2008)
  • De Weck, Ziba, Index (Parasol Unit / Koenig Books, London 2008)
  • Bernstein, Joanne (ed.), Moving Horizons: The UBS Art Collection: 1960s to the Present Day (National Art Museum of China and UBS AG, Beijing 2008); texts by Joanne Bernstein, Anthony Bond, Natasha Bullock, Jane Devery, Caroline Hancock, Barbara Hofmann-Johnson, Tamaki Koshida, Beatrice Leanza, Pi Li, Valeria Liebermann, Sophie Matthiesson, Kayo Machino, Julie Maguire, Allison Moore, Jason Smith, Ursula Trubenback, Katja Vobiller, Susan van Wyk and Michelle Yun
  • Kane, Sarah (ed.), Art, Power, Diplomacy. Government Art Collection, The Untold Story (Scala Publishers, London 2011); texts by Nicholas Serota, Penny Johnson, Julia Toffolo, Richard Dorment, Cornelia Parker, Andrew Renton, Adrian George.
  • Paneque, Guillermo (ed.), Entre Chien et Loup. Works from the Menea Larrucea Collection (Iberdrola, Madrid 2011); texts by Guillermo Paneque, Javier Montes, Gérard Wajcman and Xabier Sáenz de Gorbea
  • Petry, Michael, The Art of Not Making: The New Artist / Artisan Relationship (Thames & Hudson, London 2011)
  • Holzwarth, Hans Werner (ed.), 100 Contemporary Artists (Taschen, Cologne 2009); texts by Cecillia Alemani, Jens Asthoff, Kirsty Bell, Andrew Bonacina, Stephane Correard, Yilmaz Dziewior, Suzanne Hudson, Eva Kernauer, Christy Lange, Holger Lund, Astrid Mania, Rodrigo Moura, Vivian Rehberg, Christiane Rekade, Jean-Michel Ribettes, Brian Scholis, Amy Smith-Stewart, Susanne Titz and Ossian Ward
  • Brougher, Kerry, Anne Ellegood, Kelly Gordon and Kristen Hileman. The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the Moving Image (Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC 2008)
  • Buhler, Kathleen, Ego Documents (Kehrer Verlag, Germany 2008)
  • Keller, Anne, Beatrix Ruf, Stefan Kalmar, Art at 30 St Mary Axe (Swiss Reinsurance Group, Zurich 2005)
  • Rugoff, Ralph, Lynne Tillman. Shoot the Family (iCI, New York 2006)
  • Levine, Robert, Claire Noesen. En Attente (Casino Luxembourg-Forum d’Art Contemporain, Luxembourg 2005)
  • Medvedow, Jill, Nicholas Baume, Wayne Koestenbaum, Jennifer Doyle, Emily Moore and Bennett Simpson. Getting Emotional (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston 2005)
  • Coetzee, Mark. Not Afraid. Rubell Family Collection (Phaidon, London 2004)
  • Damisch, Hubert, Douglas Crimp, A.D. Coleman, Christopher Phillips, Dan Graham, Robert Smithson, Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Boris Groys, Jeff Wall, Martha Rosler, Lev Manovich, Tamara Trodd, Jonathan Crary. Los usos de la imagen. Fotografía, film y video en La Colección Jumex (Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Buenos Aires 2004)
  • Shani, Annushka. Eclipse. Towards The Edge of the Visible (Jay Jopling / White Cube, London 2004)
  • Abal Louzán, Rafael, José Carlos Valle Pérez, David G. Torres, Miguel von Hafe Pérez. In The Beginning There Was The Journey. 28 Bienal de Arte de Pontevedra (Provincial de Pontevedra 2004)
  • Gilda Williams (ed.): Cream 3. Contemporary Art in Culture. 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary Artists, 10 Source Artists (Phaidon, London/New York 2003)
  • Levin, Dalia, Video Art (Herzliya Museum of Art, Herzliya 2003)
  • Herbert, Martin, Skulptur Biennale Münsterland 2003 (Münsterland 2003)
  • Gillick, Liam, Contextualize (Kunstverein in Hamburg, Dumont, Germany 2002)
  • Biesenbach, Klaus, Christopher Eamon and Barbara London.Video Acts, Single Channel Works from the Collections of Pamela and Richard Kramlich and New Art Trust (P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York 2002)
  • Gillick, Liam, White Cube. 44 Duke Street, St James’ London (Steidl, Gottingen 2002)
  • Booth-Clibborn, Patrick Elliot and Jeremy Lewison. Contemporary Art in Print (Booth-Clibborn Edition, London 2001)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen 2000)
  • Chan dong, Kim and Alexandre Pollazzon, Unreal Time Video (The Korean Culture & Arts Foundation, Seoul 2001)
  • Rohatyn, Jeanne Greenburg. Casino 2001 (Stedelijk Museum voor Actuaele Kunst, Ghent 2001)
  • Bos, Saskia. Berlin Biennale (Oktagon, Cologne 2001)
  • Godfrey, Tony. Diary (Cornerhouse, Manchester 2000)
  • Cappellazzo, Amy and Peter Wollen. Making Time. Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video & Film (Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Florida 2000)
  • Rosenthal, Norman, Michael Archer, Michael Bracewell, James Hall and Nathan Kernan (Apocalypse. Beauty and Horror in Contemporary Art, Royal Academy of Arts, London 2000)
  • Ross, David, Robert Riley, Marita Sturken and Chrisse Iles. Seeing Time: Selections from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco 1999)
  • Glaser, Martin and René Block, Chronos & Kairos (Museum Fridericianum Kassel, Germany 1999)
  • Tarantino, Michael, So Faraway So Close (Espace Méridien, Bruxelles 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Common People. Arte Inglese Tra Fenomeno e Realta (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L’Arte, Turin 1999)
  • Muller, Brian. UK Maximum Diversity (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna 1998)
  • Morris, Sarah, Hospital (Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin 1997)
  • Adams, Brooks, Lisa Jardine, Martin Maloney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone, Sensation. Young British Artists From The Saatchi Collection (Royal Academy of Arts, London 1997)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Delta (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris 1997)
  • Shand Kydd, Johnnie, Spit Fire. Photographs from the Art World London 1996/97 (Thames & Hudson, London 1997)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Almond, Darren, ‘Advertisement – Refugee Crisis: A Call to Action’, The Guardian, 11 September 2015, p.18
  • Atwood, Roger, ‘Darren Almond: White Cube Bermondsey’, ARTnews, Vol.112, No.5, May 2014, p.108
  • Jobey, Liz, ‘Moon Scapes’, FT Magazine, 18-19 January 2014, pp. 26-29
  • Steward, Sue, ‘Nature’s beauty caught in sharp focus: To Leave a Light Impression’, Evening Standard, 27 January 2014, p.34
  • Sinclair, Charlotte, ‘Artist in residence’, Vogue (International Collections Issue), September 2013, pp.366-373
  • Sholis, Brian, ‘Darren Almond, Matthew Marks Gallery’ Artforum, Vol.15, No. 9, May 2013, pp. 326-327
  • Un-authored, ‘All in good time’, The Saatchi gallery magazine (Art & Music), No.19, Autumn 2012, pp.32-38
  • Beausse, Pascal, ‘Darren Almond’, De la casa a la fàbrica, No.3, 2012, pp.32 and 33
  • Un-authored, ‘The 100 best Fall shows’, Modern Painters, September 2011, pp.68-70
  • Morley, Simon, ‘Staring into the contemporary abyss’, Tate etc., No.20, Autumn 2010, pp.70-78
  • Arkette, Sophie, ‘Darren Almond: The Principle of Moments’, StudioInternational.co.uk, 21 August 2010
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Dreams and nightmares of today’s world,’ The Daily Telegraph, 8 December 2009, p.31
  • Un-authored, ‘Changing earth,’ World Sculpture News, Vol.15, No.4, Autumn 2009, pp.12-13
  • Cohen, Nick, ‘Why the Tate’s posing curator is so passé’, The Observer, 1 March 2009, p.32
  • Cummings, Laura, ‘The world as a waste of space’, The Observer, 8 February 2009, p.19
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Art in search of label’, Financial Times, 7-8 February 2009, p.13
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘The new age of the ‘ism’ ‘, Evening Standard, 6 February 2009, p.41-42
  • Lubbock, Tom and Alice Jones, ‘No sharks here but plenty to bite on’, The Independent, 6 February 2009, pp.4-7
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The new modern- but did it get lost in the Post?’ The Times, 3 February 2009, pp.20-21
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘In the Studio: Darren Almond’, Art World, Issue 8, December 2008-January 2009, pp.36-41
  • Un-authored, ‘Art on Paper’, November-December 2008, p.43-70
  • Un-authored, ‘Parasol Unit’, Timeout, 27 February – 4 March 2008, p.62
  • Un-authored, ‘Exhibitions: Darren Almond: Fire under snow: Moons of lapetus ocean’, PLUK, Spring 2008, p.42
  • Un-authored, ‘ Parasol Unit Foundation For Contemporary Art’, PLUK, Spring 2008, p.104
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘History in monochrome’, Time Out, (Apocalypse Supplement), date Unknown, pp.20-21
  • Sumpter, Helen, ‘In the studio: Darren Almond’, Time Out, 23-29 January 2008, p.64
  • MacArthur, Erica, ‘Darren Almond: Fire Under Snow’, Art Review, 18 January–30 March 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: Galleries’, Time Out, 6-12 February 2008, p.64
  • Un-authored, ‘The ruins of romanticism’, Art World, February/March 2008, pp.8-9
  • Un-authored, ‘Listing, Exhibition, Darren Almond: Moons of the Lapetus Ocean’, Eikoku News Digest, 14 February 2008, Volume 1134, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: Galleries’, Timeout, London, 20-26 February 2008, p.63
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond on Norilsk’, Artreview, February 2008, p.28
  • Smart, Alastair, ‘The iron road to Shangri-la’, The Sunday Telegraph, Seven Magazine, 20 January 2008, p.27
  • Rushton, Susie, ‘Captain moonlight’, The Independent (Extra), 17 January 2008, pp.12-13
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The devil in the detail’, The Guardian, (G2), 17 January 2008, pp.23-25
  • Morris, Jo, ‘Image of the week’, The Times, 5 January 2008, p.3
  • Banai, Nuit, ‘Berlin, Darren Almond’, Modern Painters, November 2007, pp.98-99
  • Demos, TJ, ‘A matter of time’, Tate etc., No. 9, Spring 2007, pp.96-103
  • Ulrichs, David, ‘La ciudad de las galerias’, Lapiz 234, 2007, pp.78-83
  • Un-authored, ‘Podóz w czasie I przestrzeni’, Gazeta, 12-13 May 2007, pp.1-4
  • Lichfield, John, ‘Diplomatic victory in France for British contemporary art’, Independent.co.uk, 17 October 2007
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Space redefined in Chelsea’, 13 April 2007, The New York Times, pp.3-8
  • Almond, Darren, ‘Letter from UK’, Photo net, May 2006, pp.60-64
  • Clarkson, Tom, ‘State of the Art’, Racing Line, No.97, March 2006, pp.34-37
  • Johnson, Ken, ‘Art Listing’, The New York Times, 14 April 2006
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Revealed: where the Sensation art is now’, The Art Newspaper, No. 173, October 2006, p. 36-40
  • Samuel, Deborah and Martin. ‘It’s art, Mart, but not as we know it’, The Times The Knowledge, 3–9 December, 2005, pp. 6-7
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘The winner? Please place your bets now…’ The Independent on Sunday, 23 October 2005, p. 10
  • Maddocks, Fiona, ‘Is there really any point’, Evening Standard, 18 October 2005, pp.34-35
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘A prize bore’, The Independent, 18 October 2005, pp.12-13
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Hmm. Does my bum look big on this?’, The Times, 18 October 2005, p.29
  • Getty, Sarah, ‘Botty-celli makes the Turner list’, Metro, 18 October 2005, p.21
  • Price, Tom, ‘The Turner turn-up’, Daily Express, 18 October 2005, p.19
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘B for effort, but must try harder in the future’, Evening Standard, 18 October 2005, p.35
  • O’Sullivan, Kevin, ‘Arse for art’s sake’, The Mirror, 18 October 2005, p.19
  • Leplot, Toulouse, ‘It must be a Picasso’, The Sun, 18 October 2005, pp.12-13
  • Kelly, Tom, ‘The shed that became a boat that became a shed again… and could win the turner prize’, Daily Mail, 18 October 2005, p.19
  • Dormant, Richard, ‘Flowers in a vase vs blood on the floor’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 October 2005, p.25
  • Rollig, Stella, ‘Lentos Kunstmuseum’, Arco, Summer 2005, pp. 60 – 63
  • Un-authored, ‘Review’, Modern Painters, July/August 2005, pp.109-110
  • Westley, Hester, ‘Is the Turner ageing too gracefully?’, The Times T2, 1 June 2005, p.15
  • DB, ‘Darren Almond. K21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen’, Art Forum, Vol. XLII, No.5, January 2005, p.97
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Eclipse. White Cube’, Time Out, 11-18 August 2004, p.57
  • Coxhead, Gabriel, ‘As far as the eye can see’, The Times, 21 July 2004, p.13
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Eclipse: Towards The Edge Of The Real’, Metro, 19 July 2004, p.23
  • Lack, Jessica, ‘Group Show. London’, The Guardian Guide, 17 July 2004, p.36
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward, ‘Countdown to the Olympics’, ArtReview, February 2004, Vol. LV, pp.32-34
  • Manzi, Zoe, ‘Vision Unlimited’, Tate Arts and Culture, November/December 2003, p.24
  • Carpenter, Louise, ‘Art’s Mr Fixit’, Telegraph Magazine, 18 October 2003, p.56
  • Tzanetoulakou, Faye, ‘Darren Almond’, Time Out, Athens, October 2003, pp.78-79
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond’, Flash Art, October 2003, p.46
  • Vendrame, Simona, ‘Venice Biennale’, Tema Celeste, September/October 2003, p.39
  • Fraser, Nathalie, ‘Bipolaire’, Numero, July/August 2003
  • Williams, Eliza, ‘Darren Almond: 11 Miles…From Safety’, Contemporary, No.55, June 2003, pp.73-74
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘Darren Almond’, Art Monthly, June 2003
  • Honigman, Ana Finel, ‘Darren Almond’, Time Out, 14-21 May 2003, p.59
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Darren Almond: 11 Miles From Safety’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 May 2003, p.43
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Northern exposures’, ArtReview, May 2003, p.76
  • Dawson, Mike, ‘Darren Almond: 11 Miles From Safety’, Flux, April-May 2003
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Going with the ice flow’, Metro, 28 April 2003, p.22
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Battling the elements: it’s a boy thing’, The Independent on Sunday (Life), 27 April 2003, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond: 11 Miles from Safety’, Evening Standard Metro Life, 25 April 2003
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘The Big Freeze’, What’s On In London, 23 April 2003, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Saatchi. The definitive guide to the new Thameside gallery’, The Observer (supplement), 6-13 April 2003, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Gleaming The Cube’, V Magazine, March-April 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘Get the picture. Three rising artists to watch, and invest in’, GQ, March 2003, p.62
  • George, Rose, ‘Freeze frame’, The Independent Magazine, 12 October 2002, pp.16-18
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘Darren Almond. PADT at the Royal National Theatre’, 9-16 October 2002, p.59
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘My Name Is…Darren Almond’, Time Out, 2-9 October 2002, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond @ Matthew Marks’, Flash Art, October 2002, p.46
  • Un-authored, ‘ArtNews’, ArtReview, October 2002, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond’, Zoo, June 2002, pp.79-80
  • Slyce, John, ‘Darren Almond; Transport Medium’, Flash Art, January-February 2002, pp.70-76
  • ‘Darren Almond’, Trace, No.36, January 2002, p.51
  • Wainwright, Jean, ‘Can we talk about contemporary video and film art in terms of genres?’, Pluk, No.3, November-December 2001, pp.41-45
  • Bishop, Claire, ‘Shark in a tank? Mike will build it’, Evening Standard, 30 November 2001, p.26
  • Wilson, Michael, ‘New York Round-up’, Art Monthly, November 2001, pp.40-43
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Darren Almond’, Time Out, 17-24 October 2001, p.62
  • Lampert, Catherine, ‘Auerbach: Wind of Time’, RA Magazine, Autumn 2001, p.52
  • Irving, Mark, ‘An alternative way of seeing’, Independent on Sunday, 29 September 2001, p.8
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘Darren Almond, Night as Day’, What’s On in London, 26 September 2001, p.42
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Darren Almond’, The Guardian, 10 September 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘From Tomorrow’, Evening Standard, 6 September 2001, p.49
  • O’Connell, Alex, ‘Fifteen minutes of frame’, The Times, 5 September 2001, p.18
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Darren Almond’, Tema Celeste, Summer 2001, p.82
  • Bers, Miriam, ‘Berlin Biennale. Affect, not effect’, Tema Celeste, Summer 2001, p.74
  • Studer, Margaret, ‘Berlin Biennale: Taking a Look at the Trends’, The Wall Street Journal Europe, 27 April 2001, p.2
  • Nigg, Marie-Louise, ‘Ein Aufblitzen von Ahnungen’, Zürichsee-Zeitungen, 20 April 2001
  • Vogel, Matthias, ‘Wege zum Unfassbaren’, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 14-15 April 2001
  • Holländer, Katarna, ‘Der Bus nach Auschwitz’, Tachles, 13 April 2001
  • Basting, Barbara, ‘Kopfreisen, Körperballett, Kamerafahrten’, Tages-Anzeiger, 7 April 2001
  • Oberholzer, Niklaus, ‘Nach Geschichten graben’, Neue Luzerner Zeitung, 4 April 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Young guns’, i-D, No. 208, April 2001, p.86
  • Rosenberg, Karen, ‘Deliberate Living’, Untitled, Spring 2001, p.29
  • Steiner, Urs, ‘Tout Zurich in der Höhle der Löwen – Vernissage in Zürich West’, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 31 March – 1 April 2001, p.46
  • Lorés, Maite, ‘Darren Almond, Bus Top (2 Bus Shelters) at Apocalypse’, Contemporary Visual Arts, February 2001, p.74
  • Chambers, Christopher, ‘Darren Almond. Matthew Marks’, Flash Art, January/February 2001, pp.115-116
  • Allen, Jennifer, ‘Darren Almond’, Artforum, January 2001, p.63
  • ‘Tie art’, Attitude, December 2000
  • Avgikos, Jan, ‘Darren Almond. Matthew Marks Gallery’, Artforum, Vol. XXXIX, No.4, December 2000, p.145
  • Bumpus, Judith, ‘Publicity overkill’, The Art Newspaper, No.108, November 2000, p.46
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Darren Almond. Matthew Marks Gallery’, The New York Times, 20 October 2000, p.40
  • BS, ‘London: Darren Almond’, Artforum, Vol.XXXIX, No. 1, September 2000, pp.185-186
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond’, Zoo, August 2000, pp.164-165
  • Hofleitner, Johanna, ‘Ausgestellt in Wien’, 24 July 2000
  • Aigner, Claudia, ‘Der Kampf ums Überleben, Wiener Zeitung, 20 July 2000
  • Scheyerer, Nicole, ‘Kunst Kurz’, Falter, July 2000
  • Currah, Mark, ‘Darren Almond. Chisenhale’, Time Out, 5-12 April 2000, p.49
  • Williams, Gilda, ‘Darren Almond. The Approach’, Time Out, 5-12 April 2000, p.49
  • Buck, Louisa. ‘And they don’t use dead animals’, The Observer, (‘This Is British Art’ supplement), April 2000, p.28
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Darren Almond. UK Artist Q & A’, The Art Newspaper, No.101, March 2000, p.71
  • ‘Darren Almond and Norbert Schoerner, ‘Cuckoo’’, The Independent Magazine, 1 January 2000, p.27
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘Darren Almond’, Artforum, January 2000, XXXVIII, No.5, pp.102-103
  • Grabner, Michelle, ‘Darren Almond: The Renaissance Society, Chicago’, Art & Text, No.67, January 2000
  • Rigney, Robert, ‘Darren Almond. Max Hetzler, Berlin’, ArtNews, November 1999, Vol.98, No.10, p.202
  • Herbert, Martin. ‘Darren Almond’, Camera Austria, no.67, 1999, pp.38-49
  • MDB, ‘Scar Trek’, Artforum, Vol.XXXVII, No.9, May 1999, p.67
  • Artner, Alan, ‘Time passes slowly, noisily towards death’, Chicago Tribune, 17 June 1999
  • Bush, Kate, ‘Doing Time’, Frieze, No.42, September-October 1998, pp.72-75
  • Un-authored, ‘Darren Almond’, Scene, January / February 1998, p.110
  • Williams, Gilda, ‘Darren Almond at the ICA’, Art in America, December 1997
  • Williams, Gilda, ‘Darren Almond. White Cube, London’, Art & Text, No.58, Summer, 1997, pp.99-100
  • Kent, Sarah, Time Out, 26 February- 5 March 1997, p.80
  • Alvarez, Maria, ‘An artist whose work is Industrial-Strength’, Telegraph Magazine, 18 January 1997
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Doing Time’, Dazed & Confused, No. 29, 1997, p.80
  • Bickers, Patricia, ‘Sense & Sensation’, At Monthly, November 1997, pp.1-7


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