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Bibliography

Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Bracewell, Michael, Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures for London (White Cube, London 2014)
  • Fellrath, Till (ed.), Le Théorème de Néfertiti (Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris 2013)
  • Gilbert & George, London Pictures (Hurtwood Press, London 2012); text by Michael Bracewell
  • Argenzio, Mirta, The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George (Torino 2011)
  • Obrist, Hans Ulrich and Inigo Philbrick, Gilbert & George: Art Titles, 1967-2010 in Alphabetical Order (Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König 2011)
  • Gilbert & George Pictures: Jack Freak (Cac Malaga 2010)
  • Bracewell, Michael, The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George (DelMonico Books, Prestel 2009)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Jack Freak Pictures (Hatje Cantz Books, Germany 2009)
  • Gilbert & George: Major Exhibitions- Tate Modern (Tate Modern,London 2007)
  • Fuchs, Rudi, The Complete Pictures (Tate Publishing, London 2006)
  • Bracewell, Michael, SONOFAGODPICTURES was Jesus Heterosexual? (White Cube, London 2006)
  • Birnbaum, Daniel and Michael Bracewell, Gilbert & George: Ginkgo Pictures - Venice Biennale 2005 (British Council, London 2005)
  • Rosenblum, Robert, Introducing Gilbert & George (Thames & Hudson, London 2004)
  • Jahn, Wolf, Gilbert & George (Kunstler Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, WB Verlag, Munich 2004)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Perversive Pictures 2004 (Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York 2004)
  • Prenzler, Anne, Eric Troncy and Lóránd Hegyi, Twenty London East One Pictures (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne Metropole and Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover 2004)
  • Jonquet, François, Gilbert & George: Intimate Conversations with François Jonquet (Phaidon Press Limited, London 2004)
  • Dutt, Robin, Gilbert & George (Philip Wilson Publishers, London 2004)
  • Gilbert & George an Exhibition (Kunsthaus Bregenz 2002)
  • D’Argenzio, Mirta, A arte De Gilbert & George (Fundação Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon 2002)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Gilbert & George Nine Dark Pictures (Portikus Frankfurt 2002)
  • Gilbert & George: The Dirty Words Pictures (Serpentine Gallery, London 2002)
  • Gilbert & George New Horny Pictures (White Cube, London 2001)
  • The World of Gilbert & George (Enitharmon Press, London 2001)
  • Gilbert & George: The Rudimentary Pictures (Milton Keynes Gallery, UK 2000)
  • Gilbert & George (1986-1997) (Generalitat Valenciana 1999)
  • Farson, Daniel, Gilbert & George: A Portrait (HarperCollins, London 1999)
  • Gilbert & George: New Testamental Pictures (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 1998)
  • Gilbert & George: New Testamental Pictures (Meseo di Capodimonte, Napoli 1998)
  • Rosenblum, Robert, Gilbert & George - The Fundamental Pictures (Sonnabend Gallery and Lehman Maupin Gallery, New York 1997)
  • Gilbert & George - Art For All 1971-1996 (Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo 1997)
  • Gilbert & George (Magasin 3, Stockholm, Konsthall 1997)
  • Gilbert & George (Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997)
  • The Words of Gilbert & George With Portraits of the Artists from 1968 to 1997 (Thames & Hudson, 1997)
  • Gilbert & George the Fundamental Pictures (Cyber Art Publications, London 1997); text by Robert Rosenblum
  • Eccher, Danilo, Gilbert & George (Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Bologna 1996); text by Martin Gayford
  • Gilbert & George: The Naked Shit Pictures (South London Gallery 1995)
  • Gilbert & George: Recent Works (Robert Miller Gallery, New York 1994)
  • Jahn, Wolf, Gilbert & George (Museo d'Arte Moderna della Citta di Lugano 1994)
  • Jahn, Wolf, New Shit Pictures (Galerie Rafael Jablonka, Cologne 1994)
  • Gilbert & George, Shitty Naked Human World (Kunstmusem- Wolfsburg 1994)
  • Markowski, Wojciech, Norman Rosenthal and Andrew Wilson, Gilbert & George: China Exhibition (National Art Gallery, Peking and The Art Museum, Shanghai 1993)
  • Ratcliff, Carter and Robert, Rosenblum, The Singing Sculpture (Thames and Hudson, London and Anthony McCall Associates, New York 1993)
  • Kold, Anders, Lars Morrell and Andrew Wilson, New Democratic Pictures (Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark and Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London 1992)
  • Monarchy as Democracy (Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London and Oktogon, Munich 1991); text by Wolf Jahn
  • Farson, Daniel, With Gilbert & George in Moscow (Bloomsbury, London 1991)
  • Fuchs, Rudi and Wojciech, Markowski, The Cosmological Pictures (Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague 1991)
  • Richardson, Brenda and Sergei Klokov, The Moscow Catalogue (Gilbert & George and Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London 1990)
  • Rosenblum, Robert, 25 Worlds and Windows (Robert Miller Gallery, New York 1990)
  • Rosenblum, Robert, Worlds and Windows (Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London 1990)
  • Eleven worlds by Gilbert & George and Antique Clock (Desire Feurele, Cologne1990); text by Remo Guidieri
  • Gilbert & George: Postcard Sculptures and Ephemera, 1969-1981 (Hirschl and Adler, New York 1990); text by Carter Ratcliff
  • Gilbert & George, For AIDS Exhibition (Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London 1989)
  • Jahn, Wolf, The Art of Gilbert & George (Thames & Hudson, London 1989)
  • The Charcoal on Paper Sculptures 1970-1974 (CAPC, Bordeaux 1986); text by Davvatas Demonsthenes
  • Jahn, Wolf, The Paintings 1971 (The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh 1986)
  • Gilbert & George: The Complete Pictures 1971 – 1985 (Thames and Hudson, London; Rizzoli, New York; and Schirmer/ Mosel, Munich 1986); text by Carter Ratcliffe
  • Death Hope Life Fear (Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy 1985); text by Rudi Fuchs
  • Gilbert & George (The Baltimore Museum of Art 1984); text by Brenda Richardson
  • Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980 (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands 1980); text by Carter Ratcliffe
  • Gilbert & George (Taxispalais Gallery, Innsbruck, Austria 1977)
  • Dark shadow (Nigel Greenwood London 1976)
  • Kaldor, John, Gilbert & George, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Sydney 1973 – not in archives, no online record = Video?
  • The Grand old Duke of York (Kunstmuseum, Lucerne, Switzerland 1972)
  • The Paintings (Kunstverein, Dusseldorf 1971)
  • Side by Side (Konig Bros, Cologne 1971)
  • A Day in the Life of Gilbert & George (Gilbert & George, London 1971)
  • The Pencil on Paper Descriptive Works (Gilbert & George, London 1970)
  • Art Notes and Thoughts (Gilbert & George, London 1970)
  • To Be with Art is All we Ask (Gilbert & George, London 1970)
  • A Guide to the Singing Sculpture (Gilbert & George, London 1970)


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Diehr, Ursula, Holger Steinemann and April Lamm, Art Basel, Unlimited (Hatje Cantz Verlag, Germany 2015)
  • Vroonen, Erno and Anna Wondrak, Van Tukyckom-Taets Collection (Leo Van Tuyckom, Brussels, 2015)
  • Cornish, Sam, Stockwell Depot 1967-79 (Riding House/University of Greenwich, London, 2015); texts by Sam Cornish and David Waterworth
  • Gaffney, Catherine (ed.), History Is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain (Hayward Publishing, London, 2015); texts by Sheila Dillon, Adrian Forty, Daniel Fujiwara, Charlotte Higgins, Jackie Kay, David Alan Mellor, Cliff Lauson
  • Codognato, Mario, HE: The Hergott Shepard Photography Collection (University of Michigan Museum of Art, 2015); texts by Richard Meyer and Ann Goldstein
  • Archer, Michael, Art Since 1960 (Thames and Hudson, London 2015)
  • Müller, Nils and Laura Posdziech, Werticle/ Volume 1 (Germany, 2014) pp.10 - 27
  • Herrero, Floriane, Art et musique (Palette, Paris 2014)
  • Philips Contemporary Art: New York Evening sale 13-14 November 2014 (Philips, New York 2014)
  • Poli, Francesco, Non ci capisco niente: Arte contemporanea istruzioni per l'uso (Mondadori Electa, Milan 2014)
  • Jaspers, Anneke and Wayne Tunnicliffe (eds.), Pop to Popism (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia 2014); texts by Michael Desmond, Anneke Jaspers, Dr Chris McAuliffe, Justin Paton, Dr Ann Stephen and Wayne Tunnicliffe
  • Bardaouil, Sam and Till Fellrath (eds.), Tea with Nefertiti: The Making of the Artwork by the Artist, the Museum and the Public (Skira editore, Milan, Italy 2014)
  • Stout, Katharine, Contemporary Drawing: from the 1960s to now (Tate Publishing, London 2014)
  • van Nieuwenhuyzen, Martin and Marie-Claire van Bracht (eds.), Bad Thoughts: Collectie Martijn en Jeannette Sanders (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2014); texts by various authors
  • Hall, James, The Self-portrait: A Cultural History (Thames & Hudson Ltd, London 2014)
  • Ross, Leslie, Language in the Visual Arts: The Interplay of Text and Imagery (McFarland & Company, Inc., North Carolina 2014)
  • Bardaouil, Sam and Fellrath, Till, Tea with Nefertiti: The Making of the Artwork by the Artist, the Museum and the Public (SKIRA, Milan 2014)
  • Kittelmann, Udo and Knapstein, Gabriele (ed.), Wall Works: Working with the wall since the 1960s (Kerber Verlag, Berlin 2014)
  • Bardaouil, Sam, Le Théorème de Néfertiti, (Institut du monde arabe, Paris, 2013), pp.206-207
  • Reinventing the Wheel: The Readymade Century (Monash University Museum of Art, Australia 2013)
  • Curtis, Penelope (ed.), Tate Britain Companion: A Guide to British Art (Tate, London 2013)
  • Muir, Gregor (ed.), ICA: The Old Selfridges Hotel – A Journey through London Subculture (ICA, London 2013)
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans (ed.), do it: the compendium, (Independent Curators International, New York/DAP, 2013)
  • Kvaran, Gunnar B, Ingrid Pettersen and Hanne Beate Ueland, To Be With Art Is All We Ask, (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, 2012), pp.86-89
  • Stedelijk Collection: 150 Artists from the Collection of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, texts by Hanneke de Man, Frederique Huygen, Timo de Rijk, Angela Bartholomew, Elvie Casteleijn, Karolien Buurman (Nai010 publishers, Rotterdam 2012)
  • Thatcher, Jennifer and JJ Charlesworth, Pop Sensation from UBS Art Collection (Hong Kong Arts Centre and USB AG 2012)
  • Weber, C. Sylvia (ed.), Von Kopf bis Fuss: Menschenbilder im Fokus der Sammlung Würth (Kunsthalle Würth, Schwäbisch Hall and Swiridoff Verlag, Künzelsau 2012); texts by Beate Elsen-Schwedler, Werner Spies and C. Sylvia Weber
  • Rosenthal, Mark, Marla Prather, Ian Alteveer and Rebecca Lowery, Regarding Warhol Sixty Artists Fifty Years (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 2012)
  • Hodge, Susie, Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That: Modern Art Explained (Thames & Hudson, London 2012)
  • The Art Book (Phaidon, London 2012); texts by various authors
  • Strictly Illegal (Artery Editions Yapton 2011); texts by John Wieners, Jeremy Reed, Patricia Hope Scanlan
  • Hulshoff, Rixt and Maaike Staffhorst, First Aid Kit: Sculptures (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2010)
  • Wanderjahre (Limited Edition No.248/250, VG WortKunst, Bonn 2010); texts by Anna Wondrak, David Malouf, Jude Philp, Ann Stephen and Michael Turner
  • USB Art Collection: contemporary masters from the UBS Art Collection: figurative art and artists from London (UBS, London 2011); texts by Stephen McCoubrey, JJ Charlesworth, Richard Cork and Matthew Collings
  • Things Are Queer: Highlights of Art Collection UniCredit (Marta Herford, Kerber, Germany 2011); texts by Barbel Kopplin, Dieter Rampl, Roland Nachtigaller and Walter Guadagnini
  • Delpeut, Peter, Pleidooi Voor Het Treuzelen (Augustus, Amsterdam, 2011)
  • Into the Light: 150 Years of Cultural Treasures at the University of Sydney (The Miegunyah Press, Victoria, Australia and the University of Sydney 2011); texts by David Malouf, Jude Philp, Ann Stephen and Michael Turner
  • Christoph Worringer (Hatje Cantz, Germany 2010); texts by Hermann Arnhold and Erich Franz
  • Urban, Otto M, Decadence Now! Visions of Excess (Arbor Vitae, Revnice, Czech Republic, 2010)
  • Dimbleby, David, Carver, Martin, Goodall, John, Doran, Susan, Macleod, Catharine, Styles, John, James, Lawrence, Spalding, Francis, The Seven Ages of Britain (Hodder & Stoughton, London 2009)
  • Bussel, David, Looking At Display, Images of Contemporary Art in London Galleries (Rachmaninoff’s, London 2009)
  • Lock, Deborah, Anneka Wahlhaus, Sue Malyan, Lorrie Mack, Elizabeth Haldane, Wendy Horobin and Penny Smith (eds.), Children’s Book of Art (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
  • The Future Demands Your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection (British Council 2009); text by Simon Grant
  • Love, Carrie, Caroline Stamps, Deborah Lock, Ben Morgan, Fleur Star, Joe Harris, Wendy Horobin and Lorrie Mack (eds.), The New Children’s Encyclopedia (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
  • Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
  • Tomsen, Stephen, Violence, Prejudice and Sexuality (Routledge, New York 2009)
  • BA rck (Museo D’Arte Contemporanea DonnaRegina, Napoli 2009); texts by Eugenio Viola and Francesca Franco
  • Malinar, Angelika and Martin Vohler, Un/Reinheit im Kulturvergleich (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, Berlin 2009)
  • Hulshoff, Rixt and Maaike Staffhorst, Stedelijk Museum: Eerste Hulp Bij Schilderijen (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2008)
  • Stephens, Chris (ed.), The History of British Art 1870 – Now (Tate Publishing, 2008); texts by Rasheed Araeen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Robert Burstow, Virginia Button, Eddie Chambers, Barry Curtis, Penelope Curtis, Emma Dexter, Martina Droth, Alicia Foster, Matthew Gale, Ann Gallagher, Martin Hammer, Charles Harrison, Richard Humphreys, Timothy Hyman, Carol Jacobi, Sarah Lowndes, Sheila McGregor, Sue Malvern, David Alan Mellor, Catherine Moriarty, Neil Mullholland, Gill Perry, David Peters Corbett, Elizabeth Prettejohn, Julian Stallabrass, Chris Stephens, Andrew Stephenson, Colin Trodd, Robert Upstone, Clarrie Wallis, Hester R Westley, Andrew Wilson, Paul Wood and William Wood
  • Un-authored, The Art Fund Members Guide 2009 (Kirkcaldy, The Art Fund, UK 2008)
  • Lambin, Jean-Michel (ed.), Histoire: Tles L/ES/S (Hachette Livre, Paris 2008)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, A Guide to Modern + Contemporary Art in the City: London (Quadrille, London 2008)
  • Hammer, Martin, The Naked Portrait (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2007)
  • Matsumura, Madoka, The Body Sings Of Life (Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa 2007)
  • Gielen, Denis, Atlas of Contemporary Art for Use Everyone (Museum of Contemporary Arts of Grand-Hornu, Boussu, Belgium 2007)
  • Stout, Katharine and Lizzie Carey-Thomas, The Turner Prize and British Art (Tate, London 2007)
  • Gisbourne, Mark, Double Act (Prestel Verlag; Munich, Berlin, London and New York 2007)
  • Koolhaas, Rem and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Gallery 24-Hour Interview Marathon: London (Serpentine Gallery, London 2006)
  • Wiseman, Caroline, Modern Art Now: from Conception to Consumption (Strawberry Art Press, Ipswich, UK 2006)
  • Laurent, Béatrice, La Peinture Anglaise (Editions du Temps, Nantes, France 2006)
  • Contemporary Art Under The Influence: Including Artists for Chianati ( ex.cat. Phillips de Pury & Company, New York 2006)
  • Guillemot, Michel, L’Art Moderne et Contemporain (Larousse, Paris 2006)
  • Howgate, Sarah and Sandy Nairne, The Portrait Now (The National Portrait Gallery, London 2006)
  • Diederichsen, Diedrich, Anne Rorimer, Hans-Joachim Müller, Manuel J Borja-Villel, Anton Herbert and Peter Pakesch, Public Space/Two Audiences (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona 2006)
  • Rugoff, Ralph, Michael Archer, Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton and Roger Malbert, How To Improve The World: 60 Years Of British Art (Hayward Gallery, London 2006)
  • Imanse, Geurt, Aanwinsten / Acquisitions 1993-2003 (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2006)
  • Patterson, Vivian, Encounter (Williams College of Art, Massachusetts 2006)
  • Weimarck, Torsten, Mårten Snickare, Eva-Lena Bengtsson, Ove Hagelin, Måns Holst-Ekström, Karin Sidén, Ulrika Nilsson, Eva Ahrén Snickare, Solveig Jülich and Ingela Lind, Kroppen: Konst och vetenskap (The National Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm 2005)
  • Hoet, Jan, (My Private) Heroes (MARTa, Herford and Kerber Verlag, Duisburg 2005)
  • Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, No.1 First Works By 362 Artists (Distributed Art Publishers, New York 2005)
  • Hoffmann, Jens, Joan Jonas, Perform (Thames & Hudson, London 2005)
  • Dickins, Rosie, The Usborne Book Of Art (Usborne Publishing, London 2005)
  • Goldberg, RoseLee, Performance: Live Art since the 60s (Thames & Hudson, London 1998-2004)
  • Hegyi, Lóránd, The Courage To Be Alone (Charta, Milan 2004)
  • Deitch, Jeffrey, Monument to Now (DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, London, 2004)
  • Van Tuyl, Gijs and Carl H. Hahn, The Open Museum: The First Ten Years (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg 2004)
  • Various writers, Das 20 Jahrhundert (Dumont, Cologne 2004)
  • Kelley, Mike, John C Welchman and Christoph Grunenberg, Mike Kelley: The Uncanny (Tate Liverpool; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna; and Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2004)
  • Coetzee, Mark, Not Afraid: Rubell Family Collection (Phaidon, London 2004)
  • Rose, Andrea, Tim Marlow and Richard Riley, Turning Points: 20th Century British Sculpture (Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art and Iranian Institute for Promotion of Visual Arts, Tehran 2004)
  • Vasseur, Nadine, Les Incertitudes du Corps (Editions du Seuil, Paris 2004)
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, Stéphanie Moisdon, Kirsty Bell, Jochen Volz, Lisette Lagnado, Pamela M Lee, Turbulenz. Portikus Projekte 2001-2004 (Portikus, Frankfurt am Main 2004)
  • Hwa Joo, Yeon, British Contemporary 28 October – 31 January 2004 (Arario Gallery, Korea 2003)
  • A bigger splash: British Art from Tate 1960 – 2003 (Oca Parque Ibirapuera and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Sao Paulo 2003)
  • Ottoman, Klaus and Pamela Auchincloss, Social Strategies; Redefining Social Realism (University Art Museum, University of California 2003)
  • Elliot David and Luigi Tazzi, Pier, Happiness (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo 2003)
  • Windsor, Alan, British Sculptors of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate Publishing, Hants 2003)
  • Rosenthal, Norman, Sex and the British (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris and Salzburg 2000)
  • Essl, Karlheinz, Rudi Fuchs and Heinz Tesar, The Essl Collection: the First View (Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg, Austria and Dumont, Cologne, Germany 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Dreams (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l'Arte, Torino and Castelvecchi Arte, Rome 1999)
  • Groys, Boris, Rosalind E Krauss and Paul Virilio, The Promise of Photography (Prestel; Munich, London and New York 1998)
  • Lapa, Pedro, Laurence Bossé and Guy Brett, Life/Live (Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997)
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans, Do It (The Reykjavik Municipal Art Museum 1996)
  • Paroissien, Leon, Bernice Murphy, John Kaldor, Nicholas Baume, Christo and Jeanne-Claude to Jeff Koons: John Kaldor Art Projects and Collection (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1995)
  • Ausstellungen bei Konrad Fischer: Düsseldorf Oktober 1967-Oktober 1992 (Konrad Fischer and Edition Marzona, Düsseldorf 1993)
  • Wilson, Simon, Tate Gallery - an Illustrated Companion (Tate Publishing 1990)
  • The New Art (Hayward Gallery and Arts Council, London 1972); text by Anne Seymour


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Ellis-Petersen, Hannah, ‘Gilbert and George: ’Good taste is the death of modern life, it wrecks everything’’, The Guardian, 30 October 2015, p. 21
  • Worsfold, Tom, ‘Artists to follow’, RA Magazine, Winter 2014, p. 28
  • Paginton, Ed, ‘At home with Gilbert & George’, The Guardian (g2), 20 May 2015, pp. 9-11
  • Aljaru, Mysara, ‘Gilbert & George: old but gold’, todayonline.com, 21 January 2015
  • Rosso, Annalisa, ’Londres Gilbert & George’, Casa Vogue, No. 349, September 2014 front cover + pp.164-173
  • Donaldson, Sarah, ‘This much I know: Gilbert & George’, The Observer Magazine, 10 August 2014
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘One more unto the east’, The Sunday Times Culture, 27 July 2014, pp. 18-19
  • Pilger, Zoe, ‘Urbane Warriors’, The Independent, 21 July 2014, pp.40-41
  • Cain, Sian and Groves, Nancy, ‘Gilbert & George Q&A – as it happened’, TheGuardian.com, 15 July 2014
  • Waywell, Chris, 'If you go to Africa, or India, or Eastern Europe, they're killing queers', TimeOut, 14 July 2014
  • Preston, John, ‘Rebels with a cause’, the Sunday Telegraph Seven Magazine, 6 July 2014, pp. 12-15
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George and David Bowie at the Marquee, 1968/9’ greatwen.com, 8 April 2013
  • Winship, Lyndsey, ‘Blood on the dancefloor’ Timeout London, 25 June 2013
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Wearing your art on your sleeve: charity sale offers record designs by top names’, The Guardian, 6 April 2013, p.11
  • ‘The 50 best dressed over 50’, The Guardian (Weekend), 30 March 2013, front cover + p.36
  • ‘Gilbert & George’, Wertical.com, 19 March 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Dance Choreographer to use Gilbert & George artwork in latest production’, Artscouncil.org.uk, 6 March 2013
  • Milliard, Coline, ‘Gilbert & George launch 2nd edition of their contemporary sculpture novel’, Blogs.artinfo.com, 11 December 2012
  • McLean-Ferris, Laura, ‘Gilbert & George London Picture’, Res (Art World/World Art), No.9, November 2012, pp.88-102
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George for the Edgy Table’, Vaultmagazine.com, 1 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner prize hopefuls at Tate Britain’, Art of England, No.94, September 2012, pp.54 and 55
  • Un-authored, ‘The famous duo from Britain at the Bernier/Eliades gallery’, Theartfoundation.metamatic.gr, September 2012
  • Scovell, Adam, ‘Thresholds – Tate Liverpool (Liverpool Biennial 2012)’, Celluloidwickerman.com, 15 September 2012
  • Dewolf, Christopher, ‘White treasure’, Surface Asia, Date unknown
  • Schoiswohl, Maria, ‘Ein weisser würfel steht in Hong Kong’, Insiderei.com, 23 August.com
  • Burrows, Tim, ‘Gilbert & George’, Hunger, No.2, Summer 2012
  • Uttam, Payal and Gilbert & George, ‘Double-dealing’, Prestige, May 2012, pp.260-263
  • Gaddy, James, ‘Q & A: Gilbert & George: city stories’, Nycgo.com, 7 May 2012
  • ‘G & G Art: the existence is’, Art Bank, May 2012
  • Lauleta, Ines, ‘London Pictures by Gilbert & George’, Metalocus.es, 7 May 2012
  • Walsh, Brienne, ‘Poster Boys: Q+A with Gilbert & George’, Artinamericamagazine.com, 5 May 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Stealing Headlines for Art’s Sake: Gilbert & George London pictures comes to New York; an interview with the artists’, Online.wjs.com, 30 April 2012
  • Duray, Dan, ‘Gilbert & George take New York with Multigallery, Galleristny.com show’, 24 April 2012
  • Wilson, Frances, ’London Picture by Gilbert & George at the White Cube’, Onestoparts.com, 20 April 2012
  • Montpezat, Charlotte, ‘Gilbert & George…and Nous’, Huffingtonpost.fr, 15 April 2012
  • Voinova, Natalia, ‘Natalia Voinova Reviews Gilbert & George at the White Cube – ends 12 May 2012’, Artface.co.uk, 13 April 2012
  • Spencer, Charles, ‘The Morecambe and Wise of Contemporary Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 March 2012, p.26
  • Choy, Yoko, ‘White Cube Opens a Hong Kong Gallery’, Wallpaper.com, April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Artists Receive Honorary Awards’, Thisiscornwall.co.uk, 4 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Creatures of Habit’, Hong Kong tattler, April 2012, pp.161, 162 and 163
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The Art Market: fire sales’, Ft.com, 30 March 2012
  • Calvocoressi, Thomas, ‘Being a Conservative in the Art World is Like Saying You’re a Nazi’, New Statesman, 26 March 2012, pp.30 and 31
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures at Hoxton White Cube’, Londonliving.at, 26 March 2012
  • Pryor, John-Paul, ‘Another Thing I Wanted to Tell You – Gilbert & George on religion’, Anothermarg.com, 23 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Dinos Eyes Up a Tory Scrap’, Evening Standard, 22 March 2012, p.17
  • Wiggett, Alice, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Scoutlondon.com, 19 March 2012
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Critic’s Choice’, The Times, 17 March 2012, p.23
  • Emery, Louisa, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Wharf.co.uk, 15 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Sanctuary: published by Thames and Hudson features a stellar cast of artists’, Artdaily.org, 15 March 2012
  • Chan, Will, ‘Gilbert & George’, City Magazine, March 2012, pp.1, 137, 138, 139, 150
  • Un-authored, ‘Targeting Asian Collectors, Britain’s White Cube gallery’, Jingdaily.com, 15 March 2012
  • Perez, Begoña, ‘Gilbert & George Exploran los Bajos Fondos’, El Mundo, 14 March 2012, pp.1, 43 and 44
  • Lowe, Jack, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Huhmagazine.co.uk, 14 March 2012
  • Setiadi, Celine, ‘White Cube Hong Kong’, Garagemag.com, 14 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George – Thieving Yobs Make Billboard Exhibition – London Art Exhibiton’, Fluxmagazine.com, 13 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘London Pictures: Gilbert & George Steal Headlines Again’, Theweek.co.uk, 13 March 2012
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Red-Raw Invitation to Read all About It’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 March 2012, p.22
  • Balfour, Frederik, ‘Perv Duo Launch Full Frontal Arts Assault on World Tour: Frederik Balfour’, Businessweek.com, 12 March 2012
  • Alkayat, Zena, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Metro, 12 March 2012
  • McRoberts, Joe, ‘Gilbert & George, London Pictures’, Blog.artfinder.com, 12 March 2012
  • Hoetger, M. ‘Hong Kong: Gilbert & George London Pictures at White Cube Hong Kong’s inaugural exhibition through May 5, 2012, Artobserved.com, 12 March 2012
  • Alkayat, Zena, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Metro, 12 March 2012, p.42
  • Un-authored, ‘White Cube: Gilbert & George’, En.etapes.com, 12 March 2012
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘Bad News for the Poster Boys’, The Independent, 12 March 2012, pp.40 and 41
  • Un-authored, Gilbert & George talk about London Pictures, Uk.phaidon.com, 12 March 2012
  • McHugh, Fionnuala, ‘Double Trouble’, Sunday Morning Post, 11 March 2012, pp.1, 4 and 5
  • Peck, Tom, ‘Diary: gay marriage makes strange bedfellows’, Independent.co.uk, 10 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George London Pictures Exhibition of Stolen News Billboards to Open’, London24.com, 9 March 2012
  • Hor-Chung Lau, Joyce, ‘Look Who’s in the New White Cube’, Rendevouz.blogs.nytimes.com, 7 March 2012Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Gilbert & George Know How to Make the Headlines’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 March 2012, p.13
  • Street-Porter, ‘Gilbert & George Know How to Make the Headlines’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 March 2012, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert y George Se Recrean en el Lado Más Truculento de Londres’, que.es (cultura), 8 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Eccentric Artist Gilbert & George Are in the Headlines’, Daily Mirror, 10 March 2012, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George Are Hot Off the Press with London Pictures’, Huffingtonpost.co.uk, 9 March 2012
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Gilbert & George Headline Show with all the News That’s fit to Steal’, The Guardian, 9 March 2012, p.16
  • Luke, Ben, ‘It’s A Good News Day for G & G’, Evening Standard, 9 March 2012, p.37
  • Clark, Nick, ‘An even bigger splash by Gilbert & George’, The Independent, 9 March 2012, p.25
  • Chappel, Alex, ‘Gilbert & George – London Pictures at London Pictures at White Cube (Bermondsey, Hoxton Square, Mason’s Yard), Spoonfed.co.uk, 9 March 2012
  • Sugathan, Darshana, ‘London Pictures portrays new face of London featuring murder and money’, Ibtimes.co.uk, 9 March 2012
  • Keane, Thomas, ‘Gilbert & George lament London horror at White Cube’, Artlyst.com, 9 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George talk about London Pictures’, Uk.phaidon.com, 9 March 2012
  • Hor-Chung Lau, Joyce, ‘Gilbert & George take Britain to Asia’, The New York Times (Culture - Global Edition), 8 March 2012, pp.13 and 14
  • Waywell, Chris, ‘Gilbert & George launch their London Pictures across the globe’, Time Out London, 8-14 March 2012, p.1
  • Simmonds, Charlotte, ‘What’s on: Gilbert & George’, Itsnicethat.com, 8 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Headline grabbing London Pictures opens Hong Kong White Cube’, Dangerousminds.net, 8 March 2012
  • Duray, Dan, ‘Gilbert & George plan three-gallery New York show to coincide with White Cube Extravaganza’, Galleristny.com, 6 March 2012
  • Maneker, Marion, ‘Gilbert & George: Bourgeois Bohemians’, Artmarketmonitor.com, 6 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘White Cube gallery opens in Hong Kong’, Luxury-insider.com, 6 March 2012
  • Roberts, Alison, ‘We’d rather side with the bankers than some vegan protester twit on benefits’, Evening Standard, 5 March 2012, pp.20 and 21
  • Siil, Katlin, ‘A White Cube first: Gilbert & George unite all three London galleries’,
  • Isrudetostare.com, 5 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George make front page news’, Euronews.com, 5 March 2012
  • Coates, Stephen, ‘Gilbert & George open dark new show in Hong Kong’, Hedailynewsegypt.com, 4 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘UK gallery chases China with Hong Kong opening’, Nzherald.co.nz, 3 March 2012
  • Chan, Kelvin, UK’s White Cube opens HK gallery as Asia art booms, Intellasia, 3 March 2012
  • Chow, Jason, ‘Gilbert & George steal show in Hong Kong’, The Wall Street Journal, 2-4 March 2012, p.W5
  • Kelly, James, ‘White Cube’s man of steel’, The Peak, March 2012, pp.47, 48 and 49
  • Wroe, Nicholas, ‘Gilbert & George: lives in art’, The Guardian, (Review), 3 March 2012, pp 12 and 13
  • McIntyre, Stefanie, ‘Artists Gilbert & George debut new work in Hong Kong’, Reuters.com, 2 March 2012
  • Blake, Linda, ‘Watch: Gilbert & George: Burglar steals wads of fake cash’, Blogs.wsj.com (Scene Asia), 2 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Opening of White Cube gallery in Hong Kong’, Artmediaagency.com, 2 March 2012
  • Hunt, Katie, ‘Hong Kong emerges as Asia’s art capital’, Bbc.co.uk, 2 March 2012
  • Waywell, Chris, ‘Gilbert & George’, Time Out Hong Kong, 29 February – 13 March 2012, p.20, 21, 22 and 23
  • Chow, Jason, ‘Gilbert & George steal the show in Hong Kong’, The Wall Street Journal Asia (Weekend), 2-4 March 2012, p.5
  • Chow, Vivienne, ‘Art duo depict urban life, ripped from the headlines’, South China Morning Post, 2 March 2012, pp.1 and 3
  • O’Dea, Madeleine, ‘White Cube ups the ante in Hong Kong’, Hk.artinfo.com, 1 March 2012
  • B.T., ‘London, darling’, Economist.com, 1 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George open dark new show in Hong Kong’, France24.com, 1 March 2012
  • Blood, Anne, ‘London exhibitions’, The Burlington magazine, CLIV, March 2012
  • Agnew, Mary, ‘The same White Cube, a different continent’, Blogs.wsj.com, 29 February 2012
  • Lee, Edmund, ‘London calling’, Timeout.com.hk, 29 February 2012
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert vs George: White Cube’, Mask9.com, 24 February 2012 (Chinese)
  • Cascone, Sarah, ‘Gilbert & George pull a Hirst, show at all the white cubes’, Artinamericamagazine.com, 23 February 2012
  • Radnor, Abigail, ‘Are you sitting comfortably’, The Times Magazine, 25 February 2012, pp.42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 and 48
  • Sinclair, Charlotte, ‘Art for one and art for all’, Financial Times (Smart Arts), 12 February 2012 pp.11, 12, 14 and 15
  • Sinclair Adam, Georgina, ‘Heaving Hong Kong, leaving Las Vegas’, Financial Times, 21 January 2012, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘White Cube announces March China opening’, Artlyst.com, 13 January 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures at White Cube’, Artmediaagency.com, 10 February 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘White Cube Hong Kong launches with Gilbert & George’, Fluxmagazine.com, 13 January 2012 Connington, Karen, ‘Gilbert & George at Baldwin Gallery,
  • Aspenbusinessjournal.com, 6 January 2012
  • Teare, Andy (Photographer), ‘Spectrum’, Sunday Times Magazine, 27 November 2011, pp.44-45
  • Un-authored, ‘Made in Britain’, My Giant Colouring Book; a.m. post, August 2011, p.3
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23
  • Notarianni, Remo, ‘Postcards from the cutting edge’, TPAG, August 2011, pp.28-30
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Le nonsense a l’Anglaise’, Beaux Arts, August 2011, pp.100-105
  • Weilebska, Kamila, ‘Gilbert & George’, intertekst, August 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Sotheby’s announces sale of works from the collection of eurythmics legend Dave Stewart’, Artdaily.org, 15 July 2011
  • Jennings, Tom, ‘University honours ‘outstanding modern artists’’, Oxford Mail, 24 June 2011
  • Needham, Alex, ‘A change of scene’, The Guardian, 23 June 2011, pp.4-7
  • Notarianni, Remo, ‘Out of the box’, TPAG, May 2011, No.19, pp.48-50
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George by David Bailey’, The Daily Telegraph (review), 28 May 2011, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘International news digest’, ArtForum.com, 17 May 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George exhibit their works as a part of gallery weekend in Berlin 2011’, Artdaily.org, 17 May 2011
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘I’m so pretty, I can hardly believe I’m real’, The Independent on Sunday, 1 May 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘L’art en duo’, IDEAT, No.84, April-May 2011, p.265
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘raising a glass to Gilbert & George’, Theartnewspaper.com, 27 April 2011
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Gilbert & George – and the night they drank the Tate dry’, Independent.co.uk, 26 April 2011
  • Davies, Lucia, ‘In conversation with Gilbert & George, Anothermag.com, 26 April 2011
  • Obrist, Hans Ulrich, ‘Gilbert & George: nuestro arte tiene que significar peligro’, El Cultural, 8 – 14 April 2011
  • Un-known, ‘Never be complicit with the world for good’, Bazaar China, March 2011
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘What makes them tick’, The Sunday Times (Festival Special), 20 March 2011, p.38
  • Hind, John, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’, Guardian.co.uk, 13 March 2011
  • Danchev, Alex, ‘A century of blasting and blessing’, The Independent, 11 February 2011, pp.22-23
  • Harris, John, ‘We’re all right’, The Guardian (G2), 3 February 2011, pp.5-7
  • Un-authored, ‘The List: Art Economist’s top earning 300 artists’, The Art Economist, January 2011, pp.21-31
  • Chappel, Alex, ‘The Urethra Postcards Art of Gilbert & George at White Cube’,Spoonfed.co.uk, January 2011
  • Barnett, Laura, ‘Another view on The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George’,
  • Guardian.co.uk, 23 January 2011
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘The Wild Cards strike again’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 17 January 2011, p.18
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Exhibition chronicles the Queen’s life as a royal subject in photos, portraits, and print’, The Times, 13 January 2011, p.11
  • Perez, Begona, ‘El sexo de pago, segun Gilbert & George’, El Mundo (Cultura), 13 January 2011, p.47
  • Huntley, Victoria, ‘Artists Gilbert & George get honorary doctorate’,
  • Eastlondonadvertiser.co.uk, 24 November 2010
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Student protest photo reflects Britain’s Dionysian desire’, Guardian.co.uk, 11 November 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures’, Telemoustique.be, 9 November 2010
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Tracey, Damien and other genuine originals’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2010, p.21
  • Michiels, Marie, ‘Gilbert et George exposent au Palais des Beaux-Arts’, Rtbf.be, 29 October 2010
  • Morère, Elisa, ‘Gilbert et George à Bruxelles’, Buybuy.com, 25 October 2010
  • Hartvig, Nicolai, ‘The Five Best Booths at FIAC’, Artinfo.com, 22 October 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Frieze and beyond’, Wonderlandmagazine.com/blog, 14 October 2010
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘Hot work above a frozen city’, Financial Times, 14 October 2010, p.16
  • Duffell, Rachel, ‘The power of influence’, Kee Magazine, September 2010, pp.12-16
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures’, Hanje Cantz, Spring 2010, p.38
  • Campbell, Nancy, ‘A wake for Gordon Burn’, The Times Literary Supplement, 27 January 2010
  • Capper, Andy, ‘Russell Haswell: interview’, Vice Magazine, December 2010, pp.124-126
  • Jury, Louise, ‘University honours Gilbert & George for pioneering role in East End art scene’, Evening Standard, 3 December 2010, p.40
  • Laster, Paul, ‘Gilbert & George at the Kröller-Mϋller Museum’, artinamericamagazine.com, 2 August 2010
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Art festival the garss is always greener in the gallery’, The Times, 30 July 2010, pp.10-11
  • Cornwell, Tim, ‘Gilbert, George and Warhol hit the high road’, The Scotsman, 3 December 2009
  • Orden, Erica, ‘In Miami Beach, a more daring Art Basel’, The Wall Street Journal, 27 November 2010
  • Frankel, Susannah, ‘Art by App’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 22 November 2010, pp.18-19
  • Donald, Caroline, ‘Thanks for the memories’, The Sunday Times, 8 November 2009, p.21
  • McFadden, Sarah, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’, The Bulletin (Brussels), 17 September 2009, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Geslaagde terugkeer van twee iconen’, Brusselnieuws.be, 3 September 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Lady Blonde’s essential art guide: White Cube, Hoxton Square’, Lady Blonde, No.2, 5 August 2009
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Gilbert & George: The Jack Freak Pictures, White Cube, London’, The Independent, 19 July 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: galleries – Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 16-22 July 2009, p.48
  • Un-authored, ‘Affairs of the art turn to marriage’, The Independent (Arts and Books), 17 July 2009, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Say hello to the artists’, Hackney Gazette, 16 July 2009, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s Choice: galleries’, Time Out, 9-15 July 2009, p.48
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Gilbert & George, Jack Freak Pictures, review’, Telegraph.co.uk, 13 July 2009
  • Pill, Steve, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George – Jack Freak Pictures’, Metro, 13 July 2009, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Los provocadores Gilbert & George se visten con la Union Jack’, Abc.es, 12 July 2009
  • Walsh, John, ‘Gilbert & George, a very British act of union’, The Independent Arts & Books, 10 July 2009, pp.4-6
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Gilbert & George: White Cube, London’, The Guardian, 10 July 2009, p.38
  • Collett-White, Mike and Cindy Martin, ‘Union Jack stars in Gilbert & George ‘freak’ show’, Reuters.com, 9 July 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Making us see double’, The London Paper, 7 July 2009, p.14
  • Roberts, Alison, ‘Gilbert & George the jokers’, Evening Standard, 7 July 2009
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Gilbert & George in your home’, Evening Standard, 6 July 2009, p.25
  • van Praagh, Anna, ‘Gilbert & George: ‘Margaret Thatcher did a lot for art’’, The Telegraph, 5 July 2009
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘At home with Gilbert & George’, The Guardian (Arts), 25 June 2009, pp.19-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George and Louis Vuitton, The FT (Life & Arts), 30-31 May 2009, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘The Toilet Gallery 2003’, The Observer (The New Review), 23 May 2010, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘Jo is trying to see the wood from the trees’, Londonersdiary.standard.co.uk, 23 February 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, January 2009, p.60
  • Un-authored, ‘SMART Cinema/ Film Premiere’, SMART Project Space Newsletter, 30 January 2009
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Rooms with a view: £125m art collection tours UK’, The Guardian, 23 January 2009, p.13
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets party!’, The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.22-26
  • Un-authored, ‘Unsung Hero, the outsider who scooped the very first Turner prize’, The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009, p.7
  • Francolini, Stefano, ‘Gilbert & George’, Jackie Sleper, Vol.2, 2008
  • Lewis, Ben and Ford, Jonathan, ‘A second tulip mania’, Prospect, December 2008, p.34-37
  • Various contributors, ‘Power 2008’, Art & Auction, December 2008, p.116-137
  • Robertson, Rebecca, ‘Exploring Milky Ways’, ARTnews, December 2008, p.38
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George Retrospective On View At Brooklyn Museum’, Antiques and Arts Weekly, 16 December 2008
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Felix the Cat artist seduces the Turner Prize judges’, The Times, 2 December 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George, the fine art of snoozing perfected by the dynamic duo’, Tatler, November 2008, pp.240-251
  • Sebag, Montefiore, ‘The fine art of snoozing, perfected by the dynamic duo’, Tatler, November 2008, p.246
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘What ever happened to the Turner Prize?’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 November 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Heavens above, Antiques Roadshow finds £1m angel’, The Times, 17 November 2008, p.18
  • Martin, Nicole, ‘Little angel breaks the £1m barrier on BBC roadshow’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 November 2008, p.7
  • Erwin, Miles, ‘Antiques Roadshow’s £1million record find’, Metro, 17 November 2008, p.9
  • Gopnik, Blake, ‘Duo Personality; London's provocateurs are themselves a template for a changing society’, The Washington Post, 13 November 2008, p.C1
  • Duncan, Micheal, ‘The human theatre of Gilbert & George’, Art in America, October 2008, pp.170-177
  • Un-authored, ‘United States: our selection’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, pp.74-75
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘Proactive duo, naked and natty’, The New York Times, 3 October 2008, p.E31
  • Un-authored, ‘In art terms this period will be forgotten…’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 October 2008, p.44
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘The definitive guide to Modern British Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.7
  • Yablonsky, Linda, ‘Gilbert & George show their big, loud, baffling art in Brooklyn’, Bloomberg.com, 23 October 2008
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Will the party soon be over for the frieze crowd?’, The Evening Standard, 17 October 2008, pp.18-19
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘What price the rise of private art’, The Observer, 12 October 2008, pp.8-9
  • Venutolo, Anthony, ‘‘Singing Sculpture’ art duo still mocking the Brits’, Nj.com, 11 October 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘A formula for happiness’, The Independent Magazine, 20 September 2008, pp.27-32
  • Toyoto, Ito, ‘What is Damien Hirst by Damien Hirst’, Geisai, No.11, 14 September 2008, pp.97-116
  • Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, July-August 2008, p.63
  • Un-authored, ‘Brooklyn Museum presents: Gilbert & George Exhibition’, Designtaxi.com, 19 August 2008
  • Ozler, Levent, ‘Brooklyn Museum presents retrospective of work by Gilbert & George’, Dexigner.com, 18 August 2008
  • Zetouni, Sigalit, ‘Against truisms’, On Art New York, 10 August 2008, p.16
  • Snyder, Elizabeth, ‘Two men one artist’, Kenosha News, 1-8 August 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Art & design’, Time Out (Chicago), June-July 2008
  • Maserson, Paul, ‘Sex, money, politics and religion’, Vol.4, No.7, July 2008 – in archives, but no record of where it was published
  • Baiocchi, Don, ‘Summer gaycation’, UR Chicago Magazine, July 2008, p.24
  • Berlin, Mark, ‘Art space’, In These Times, July 2008, p.41
  • Jones, Alice, ‘The new faces’, The Independent, 11 July 2008, pp.2-5
  • Connors, Thomas J, ‘Taking the piss’, Time Out, 3-9 July
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Koons blooms, Hirst stalls’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 July 2008, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘June picks’, Vital Source, June 2008, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Ten to catch’, Apollo, June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Milwaukee Art Museum’, Time Out (Chicago), 19-25 June 2008
  • Motlani, Aisha, ‘Elusize meanings’, Art Review, 18 June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Bold and racy Gilbert & George come to the Milwaukee Art Museum’, Quest, Vol.15, No.8, 29 May-18 June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Take offence – please’, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 13 June 2008
  • Dunigan, Peggy Sue, ‘Living sculpture’, Art Preview, 9 June 2008, p.40
  • Sozanaki, Edward, ‘Art: two men find one artistic purpose’, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1 June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, Journal of the Print World, Summer 2008, p.23
  • Un-authored, The Arts Newspaper, April 2008, p.70
  • Bumpus, Jessica, ‘Gilbert & George inspire cult jewellers Tatty Devine in a new collaboration with the de Young gallery’, Vogue.co.uk, 21 April 2008
  • Lewandowski, Ashley, ‘Milwaukee gets ‘shitted’ on by Gilbert & George’, The Leader, 9 April 2008
  • Rifkind, Hugo, ‘People: Sacha Baron Cohen, Darcey Bussell, Gilbert & George’, The Times, 2 April 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘International’, Artco, March 2008, p.120
  • Adams, Tim, ‘Anthony d’Offay: portrait of the perfect dealer’, The Observer, 2 March 2008, p.47
  • Un-authored, ‘California, San Francisco: Gilbert & George’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.51
  • Wolff, Rachel, ‘All the web’s a stage’, ARTnews, February 2008, pp.98-101
  • Du Rocher, Antoine, ‘Gilbert & George kick off US tour at de Young museum in San Francisco’, Culturekiosque.com, February 2008
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Tate says ta for artwork gift’, The London Paper, 27 February 2008, p.3
  • Wyman, Annie, ‘Gilbert & George: A Gorgeous Retrospective at the de Young’, Sfstation.com, 26 February 2008
  • Yarlish, Carla, ‘The art of Xmas shopping’, Art World, December 2007-January 2008, p.124-125
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Turner Prize: a retrospective 1984 – 2006’, Artforum, January 2008, p.277
  • Steinbach, Haim, Artforum, January 2008, pp.73-74
  • Un-authored, ‘Dismay at British Council art cuts’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.41
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Changes at the British Council ‘appalling’, say leading artists’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.21
  • Kanicki, Witold, ‘Relatywizm Prowokacji’, Artluk, No.2, 2007, pp.12-17
  • Un-authored, Exit, No.28, 2007, pp.146-147
  • Un-authored, ‘The Naked Portraits 1900-2007’, Compton Varney, September-December 2007, p.2
  • David, Enrico, ‘The artists’ artists’, Artforum, December 2007, pp.125-132
  • Un-authored, Artchronika, December 2007, p.52-59
  • Lee, David, ‘Prize failure: lies, deceit and the Turner Prize’, The Jackdaw, November 2007, pp.1, 6-7
  • Fuchs, Dale, ‘Artists look for Lorca’s mysterious spirit’, Nytimes.com, 11 November 2007
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Making snap judgments’, The Whitechapel Paper, October 2007, p.7
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern promise’, Frieze, October 2007, pp.33-34
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern promise’, Frieze, October 2007, pp.33-34
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Record visitors to Tate as appetite increases for art’, The Times, 21 September 2007
  • von Gustorf, Oliver Koerner, ‘Pre view’, Monopol, June 2007, pp.104-107
  • Teller, Juergen, ‘Gilbert & George with Juergen Teller’, Arena Hommes Plus, Summer-Autumn 2007, pp.220
  • Un-authored, ‘Wir sind völlig normale Rebellen’, Art, May 2007, pp.16-25
  • Aletti, Vince, ‘Gods and Monsters’, Modern Painters, May 2007, pp.40-42
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Gilbert & George put free artwork on internet’, The Guardian, 8 May 2007, p.19
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Tales from the City: London’, Art Review, April 2007, p.46
  • Koldehoff, Stefan, ‘Früher war nicht alles schlecht: Die Ausstellungsreihe, ‘Between’ wird in Düsseldorf rekonstruiert’, Monopol, March 2007, p.126
  • ‘Naked Human Artists’; interview with the artists by Wolf Jahn, Tate Etc, No.9, Spring 2007, pp.42-55
  • Diez, Renato, ‘Grandi Maestri Gilbert & George’, Arte, February 2007, pp.74-81
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 21-27 February 2007, p.35
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Gone Pair-Shaped’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 25 February 2007, pp.34-35
  • Sutcliffe, Thomas, ‘Why G&G are double trouble’, The Independent, 23 February 2007, p.5
  • Fletcher, Damien, ‘My weird day in the life of Britain’s oddest artists’, Daily Mirror, 22 February 2007, pp.18-19
  • Holmes, Ruth, ‘Nudity, bodily fluids and expletives by Gilbert & George’, Thisislocallondon.com, 22 February 2007
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Better than a poke in the eye?’, The Observer (Review), 18 February 2007, p.15
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘The squares come full circle’, The Independent on Sunday (ABC), 18 February 2007, p.10
  • Martinfield, Seán, ‘Gilbert & George – a debut, at the de Young February 16th – May 18th’, Sanfranciscosenitel.com, 14 February 2007
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Terrible twosome’, The Guardian (G2), 13 February 2007, pp.23-25
  • Macdonald, Fiona, ‘Be-suited and saluted’, Metro (Life), 13 February 2007, p.27
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Gormless & garish’, The Independent (Extra), 13 February 2007, pp.14-15
  • Un-authored, ‘In pictures: Gilbert & George’, News.bbc.co.uk, 13 February 2007
  • Lawless, Jill, ‘Tate Modern museum showcases Gilbert & George, Brit art's provocative duo’, The America’s Intelligence Wire, 13 February 2010
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Years of blood, sweat and tears’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 February 2007
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George take on the Tate’, The Daily Mail, 13 February 2007
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Gilbert & George at Tate Modern’, The Times, 12 February 2007
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Everything we do is art’, The Independent on Sunday (ABC), 11 February 2007, pp.6-8
  • Cargill Thompson, Jessica, ‘What’s eating Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 7-13 February 2007, pp.158-159
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Double vision’, Time Out, 7-13 February 2007, pp.22-23
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Following suits’, FT Magazine, 3-4 February 2007, pp.32-35
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘Message in a bottle’, The Guardian, 3 February 2007, pp.12-13
  • Ross, Deborah, ‘Double vision’, The Independent Magazine, 3 February 2007, pp.14-19
  • Teeman, Tim, ‘The peacocks of profanity’, The Times (Arts), 30 January 2007
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘A bombshell from Gilbert & George’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 January 2007, p.29
  • Gray, Louise, ‘Sex, lies and videotape-teas with Gillian Wearing’, Blind Date, 2006, pp.148-151
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Bomb art’, The Guardian, 19 December, 2006, p.11
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘One day Gilbert & George walked into the bar, and my life changed’, The Observer (Review), 17 December 2006, p.7
  • Hoare, Philip, ‘About the boys’, Telegraph.co.uk, 8 October 2006
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Artful codgers’, FT Magazine, 9-10 September, 2006, p.46
  • Majewska, Karolina, ‘Prawie Wolni: Gilbert & George’, Arteon, September 2006, pp.12-13
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Tasting triumph: Gilbert & George relish their retrospective at the Tate’, The Guardian, 5 September 2006, p.11
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Tate gives floor space to art’s ‘brother boys’’, The Daily Telegraph, 5 September 2006, p.10
  • Jury, Louise, ‘The Gilbert & George show’, The Independent, 5 September 2006, pp.12-13
  • Nayeri, Farah, ‘Gilbert & George to show at Tate Modern, ‘At Last,’ in February’, Bloomberg.com, 5 September 2006
  • Burgelman, Filip, ‘The moral gun’, DAM, No.7, July-August 2006, pp.80-84
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Suit form to function’, Appolo, March 2006, pp.108-109
  • Jonquet, Francois, ‘Dos artistas, una obra’, Casas & Gente, February 2006, No.202, Vol.21, pp.45-47
  • Moore, Charles, ‘If you get rid of the Danes, you’ll have to keep paying the Danegeld’, Telegraph.co.uk, 4 February 2006 - *check if this is print press
  • Davies, Serena, ‘The story of G&G’, Telegraph.co.uk, 21 January 2006
  • Jardine, Cassandra, ‘At home with art’s oddest couple’, Telegraph.co.uk, 21 January 2006
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The convergence of Venice and Basel’, The Art Newspaper, July-August 2005, p.30
  • Jones, Sam, ‘Little Artists recreate Hirst and Dalí…in Lego’, Guardian.co.uk, 18 August 2005
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Gilbert & George, as naughty as ever’, The New York Times, 6 August 2005
  • Hume, Mick, ‘Before irony began’, The Times, 3 August 2005, p.16
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Anyone for Venice?’, The Observer, 19 June 2005, p.2
  • Sandler, Linda, ‘Basel Fair to offer artworks by Warhol, Ruscha…’, Bloomberg.com, 13 June 2005
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Gilbert & George take a leaf out of the Zeitgeist’, The Times, 10 June 2005, p.38
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘It’s appalling!’, The Guardian (G2), 2 June 2005, pp.1-2
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Gilbert & George in the mirror’, The Daily Telegraph, 1 June 2005, p.17
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Shock of the old’, The Times (T2), 1 June 2005, p.16
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Long weekends’, RA Magazine, Summer 2005, p.29
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Polish up your dancing shoes for Venice’, The Art Newspaper, No.158, May 2005, p.42
  • Kastner, Jeffrey, ‘Two for the show’, Artforum, May 2005, p.141
  • Un-authored, Metro, 23 May 2005, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics’, Art Monthly, April 2005, p.12
  • Paterson, Elaine, ‘The Big Picture: Gilbert & George – intimate conversations with François Jonquet’, Metro, 20 April 2005, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Saint Etienne’, The Art Newspaper, March 2005, p.11
  • Heartney, Eleanor, ‘Gilbert & George at Sonnabend and Lehmann Maupin’, Art in America, February 2005, pp.123-124
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘Art in review; Gilbert & George – ‘Perversive Pictures’’, The New York Times, 3 December 2004
  • Rhys-Morgan, Dean, ‘Gilbert & George’, AXM, October 2004, pp.72-73
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Artists to donate works to the Tate because gallery cannot afford them’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 October 2004, p.11
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Tate has to beg for gifts of new work from living artists’, The Times, 26 October 2004, p.3
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Artists rally to Tate’s cause by donating major works’, The Guardian, 26 October 2004, p.9
  • Troncy, Eric, ‘United artists’, Numero, No.54, June-July 2004, p.3
  • LaBalme, Corrine, ‘What’s doing in; Athens’, Select.nytimes.com, 18 July 2004
  • Greig, Geordie, ‘Public enemy No.1’, Tatler, June 2004, pp.124-129
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern bloc’, Art Review, Vol.54, June 2004, pp.53-59
  • Wilson, Simon, ‘Double jeopardy’, RA Magazine, Summer 2004, p.69
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George – true pioneers of East End art’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 May 2004, pp.4-5
  • Millard, Rosie, ‘Joined at the hip’, The Times Magazine, 22 May 2004, pp.25-29
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Home from home’, The Observer (Review), 16 May 2004, p.8
  • Lacey, Hester, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Independent on Sunday, 8 February 2004, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Public convenience for artists’, News.bbc.co.uk, 10 October 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘A former public lavatory now a trendy art gallery’, The Miami Herald, 10 October 2003
  • Pollock, Lindsay, ‘Art Show Action’, Artnet.com, 2002
  • Brandreth, Gyles, ‘Gilbert & George and Gyles’, Telegraph.co.uk, 28 May 2002
  • Anthony, Andrew, ‘Artful dodgers’, The Observer Magazine, 5 May 2002, pp.14-18
  • Vlahou, Maria, ‘Gilbert & George’, Ozon, 2001
  • Ebony, David, ‘Gilbert & George at White Cube’, Art in America, 2001
  • Marlow, Tim, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Tate Interview, 16 November 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George : Living Sculptures’, Npóσwna, No.21, 22 September 2001,
  • Livingstone, Marco, ‘London Gilbert & George’, The Burlington Magazine, August 2001
  • Schwan, Gary, ‘You walk through the museum and marvel at Gauguin and Cezanne and Matisse and Monet and you wonder: how did all these great art works end up in West Palm Beach?’, Palm Beach Post, 15 July 2001, p.1J
  • Un-authored, ‘Holly Johnson goes to Hoxton to get horny’, New Statesman, 18 June 2001
  • Silver, James, ‘A couple of cards’, The Scotsman (S2), 16 June 2001
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘How to read late period G&G’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 June 2001
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘The art of perversity’, Ham & Hampstead & Highgate, 1 June 2001
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Porn? Suits you, sirs’, The Times, 29 May 2001
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Like what you see? Then call Gilbert & George (they’re in the phone book)’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 May 2001
  • Blake, Veronica, ‘Double trouble Gilbert & George: growing old disgracefully’, The Independent Magazine, 19 May 2001
  • Lowthorpe, Rebecca, ‘Eighties zeitgeist, with added smog’, The Independent, 13 July 2000
  • Dominick Lombardi, D, ‘ART; two shows define basics of each other’, The New York Times, 19 March 2000
  • Collard, James, ‘Out there/ London; go East, bright young things’, Nytimes.com, 23 April 2000
  • Muchnic, Suzanne, ‘Collaboration at rare and rarefied levels; British duo Gilbert & George, partners since the late 1960s, make a belated West Coast solo debut with a show about the emotional underpinnings of city life.’, Los Angeles Times, 9 February 2000, p.F1
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Gilbert & George’, Art Monthly, No.231, November 1999
  • Shave, Stuart, ‘Gilbert & George’, i-D, June 1999
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Art Newspaper, May 1999
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George do Naples’, The Independent, 7 January 1999
  • Wolfgang Tillmans burg ( Taschen 1998)
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘Gilbert & George: rudimentary questions by Wolf Jahn’, Butterfly, No.4, 1997
  • Burrell, Ian, ‘G+G+hype2= £££10’, The Independent Magazine, 8 November 1997
  • ‘The singular world of Gilbert & George’; interview with the artists by Shere Hite and Gordon Burn, The Guardian (Weekend), 25 October 1997
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘Middle-aged men behaving badly’, The Evening Standard, 22 October 1997
  • Packer, William, ‘Living art captured for posterity’, The Financial Times, 7 October 1997
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘The art of the extreme’, The Daily Telegarph, 6 September 1997
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George’, NEST, Autumn 1997
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Gilbert & George South Bank Show’, Tate: The Art Magazine, Summer 1997
  • Kimball, Robert, ‘What an achievement! (Review of Fundamental Pictures at Sonnabend and Lehmann Maupin)’, The Spectator, 17 May 1997
  • Annibali, Manuela, ‘Gilbert & George attenti a quei 2’, Firma, No.1, February 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘When Gilbert met George’, The Observer, 28 February 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Back in the closet for Gilbert’, The Express, 2 February 1997
  • Searle, Adrian and Dan Atkinson, ‘Spice boys’, The Guardian (Review), 24 January 1997
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Life v art’, Art Monthly, November 1996, pp.1-4
  • Glancey, Jonathan, ‘The clock moves on, but time stands still for Gilbert & George’, The Independent, 5 September 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, Rapid Eye, No.3, 1995
  • ‘Q&A’; interview with the artists by Dave Stewart, GQ, September 1995
  • Bickers, Patricia, ‘Coca-colonization’, Art Press, May 1995, pp.38-39
  • Dandurand, Denis, ‘Gilbert & George’, Tecknikart, Paris, February 1995
  • Ejaife, Jiro, ‘Gilbert & George: love & decay’, Don't Tell It Magazine, No.5, January 1995
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘Shanghai surprise’, Art Review, No.10, 1994
  • Mayer, Catherine, ‘Duo infernal’, Focus, November 1994
  • Dannat, Adrian, ‘Gilbert & George: we do pictures’, Flash Art, October 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Soul mates’, Telegraph Magazine, 25 June 1994
  • Corn, Alfred, ‘Quentin Crisp meets Buñuel’, Art News, April 1994
  • Casadio, Mariuccia, ‘Viaggio in Cina: diario di Gilbert & George’, Vogue (Italia), March 1994
  • Mayer, Catherine, ‘Gilbert & George’, Tate Magazine, No.5, Spring 1994
  • Smith, Richard, ‘We're mental’, Gay Times, February 1994
  • Keppler, Huck, ‘Gilbert & George’, Black & White, February 1994
  • Colman, David, ‘Art's odd couple’, W, Vol.23, No.2, February 1994
  • Casadio, Mariuccia, ‘Life as art, art as life’, L'Uomo Vogue, January 1994
  • Ostler, Catharine, ‘Travels with my art’, Tatler, January 1994
  • Fris Hansen, Dana, ‘Gilbert & George: how artists live today’, Switch, January 1994
  • Un-authored, The New Yorker, 31 January 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘It takes 2 to paint’, The New York Times, 16 January 1994
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘My old Chinas’, Mail On Sunday, 2 January 1994
  • Field, Marcus, ‘Bad boys’, The Big Issue, No.39, 1993
  • Jonquet, Francois, ‘Les aventures de Gilbert & George a Pekin’, Globe, No.33, 1993
  • Battiston, Claire, Lee Sharon and Helen Paxton, ‘Gilbert & George Keeping a stiff upper lip’, London Scene, 1993
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘To judge or not to judge?’, The Guardian, 30 October 1993
  • Jobson, Richard, ‘Art for the smart’, Sunday Express, 3 October 1993
  • McClellan, Jim, ‘Who's afraid of Gilbert & George?’, i-D, No.120, September 1993
  • Bernard, Kate, ‘At home with Gilbert & George’, Harpers & Queen, September 1993
  • Hughes, Robert, ‘The view from Piccadilly, Time, 29 September 1993
  • Malasch, Rob, ‘Gilbert & George in China’, HP/De Tijd, 24 September 1993
  • Bernard, Kate, ‘Cultural revolution’, The Sunday Times, 19 September 1993
  • Kottman, Pieter, ‘Naar China in het Spoor van Gilbert & George’, NRC Handelsblad, 17 September 1993
  • Shu, Yi, ‘Striking images and riotous colours’, China Daily, 14 September 1993
  • Quinn, Andrew, ‘Gilbert & George hit China for major art show’, The Japan Times, 12 September 1993
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Two men, one artist in China’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 September 1993
  • MacRitchie, Lynn, ‘Gilbert & George pay China's price’, Financial Times, 7 September 1993
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Art for life's sake’, Art Monthly, July-August 1993
  • Cochrane, Peter, ‘Return of an arty couple’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 August 1993
  • Gibson, Jade, ‘Interview Steve Harris’, Halo, July 1993
  • Ratcliff, Carter, ‘How to hold a conversation with Living Sculptures’, The New York Times, 18 July 1993
  • Madesani, Angela, ‘Due Inglesi alla Corte del Kahn’, Panorama, 4 July 1993
  • Jones, Gareth, ‘Gilbert & George: the cosmological pictures’, Frieze, May 1993
  • Martin, Andrew, ‘Tea with the terrible twins’, Evening Standard, 13 May 1993
  • Jonquet, Francois, ‘Rencontre avec les deux statues vivantes’, Globe, 14-20 April 1993
  • Aichele, Christoph, ‘Die Welt von Morgen Vermitteln’, Esslinger Zeitung, 16 April 1993
  • Hoffman, Gabriele, ‘Die Triebkraft dees Gefuhls’, Stuttgarter Zeitung, 27 March 1993
  • Kachelreiss, Andrea, ‘Die Kunst Kann die Manschen Verandern’, Stuttgarter Nachrkhten, 27 March 1993
  • Henri, Adrian, ‘Risk Takers Dazzle with Larger Than Life Works Guaranteed to Impress’, Daily Post, 3 March 1993
  • Sara, Mary, ‘From Pop to present: a journey of questional values’, Yorkshire Post, 1 March 1993
  • Corris, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George’, Artforum International, February 1993
  • Plagens, Peter, ‘Tory boys Gilbert & George take on the cosmos’, Newsweek, 15 February 1993
  • AGF, ‘Un arte que habla a la gente y a la verdad’, Architectural Digest, January 1993
  • Cooper, Emmanuel, ‘Religious dimensions’, Gay Times, January 1993
  • Lee, David, ‘In profile’, Arts Review, January 1993
  • MacRitchie, Lynn, ‘Odd couple comes home’, Financial Times, 30 January 1993
  • Key, Philip, ‘Art's odd couple put themselves in picture’, Daily Post, 23 January 1993
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Two of a mind who are one of a kind’, The Times, 20 January 1993
  • Boekgaard, Bjarne, ‘Princip Brudt af Indtil Flere Smil’, Aarhus Stiftstidende, 1992
  • Eshun, Ekow, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Face, December 1992
  • Bufill, Juan, ‘Gilbert & George’, ABC, 27 December 1992
  • Auty, Giles, ‘Depraved new world’, The Spectator, 19-26 December 1992
  • Ibarz, Merce, ‘En la Catedral de Gilbert & George’, La Vanguardia, 20 December 1992
  • Danvila, Jose Ramon, ‘Imagen, color y comunicabilidad’, El Punto, 4-10 December 1992
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Stale pantomime of foolish fond old men’, Evening Standard, 10 December 1992
  • Hall, James, ‘Boys will be boys’, The Independent, 8 December 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Las pinturas cosmologicas’, Epoca, 7 December 1992
  • Clot, Manel, ‘Esculturas Vivientes’, El Pais, 7 December 1992
  • Januszcak, Waldemar, ‘Art with knobs on’, The Guardian, 1 December 1992
  • Borras, Maria Lluisa, ‘Dos en uno’, La Vanguardia, 1 December 1992
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘Starkly original duo’, Mail on Sunday, 29 November 1992
  • Estevez, Isidre, ‘El proces artistic consisteix a reinventar la vida’, Diari de Barcelona Dilluns, 23 November 1992
  • Arisa, JJ Navarro, ‘25 obras: para el cerebro, el alma y el sexo’, El Pais, 22 November 1992
  • Mills, Simon, ‘Body politics’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 22 November 1992
  • Molina, Maria Angela ‘Dos ‘Esculturas Vivientes’ y un pez llamado Gilbert & George’, ABC Cultura, 21 November 1992
  • Vidal, Jaime, ‘En una sociedad democratica la cultura esta en vanguardia de Todo’, El Observador, 21 November 1992
  • Rivas, Manuel, ‘Gilbert & George’, El Pais, 21 November 1992
  • Uberquoi, Marie-Claire, ‘G&G: dos esculturas vivientes’, El Mundo, 20 November 1992
  • Frisach, Montse, ‘Simbiosi perfecta’, Avui, 20 November 1992
  • Castells, Ada, ‘Les visions de ‘Gibert & George’’, Avui Cap de Settimana, 20 November 1992
  • Spiegel, Olga, ‘Gilbert & George exhiben su arte gotico, curs y pop en la Miro’, La Vanguardia, 19 November 1992
  • Gyorgy, Peter, ‘Egyutt Elni a Muveszettel - Kivanhatunk e Tobbet?’, Uj Muveszet, October 1992
  • Rasmussen, Mette and Mai, ‘Alting er Kunstigt’, Agenda, October 1992
  • Janssen, Sebastien, ‘Gilbert e George’, L'Eventail, October 1992
  • Ruane, Frances, ‘Witness without dialogue’, The Irish Times, 10 October 1992
  • Pyle, Hilary, ‘A dream to make art about life’, The Cork Examiner, 7 October 1992
  • Dunne, Aidan, ‘Equating reality with banality’, The Sunday Tribune, 4 October 1992
  • O’Donoghue, Donald, ‘Gemini men’, RTE Guide, 3 October 1992
  • Grue, Brigitte, ‘Kvalitet i fast form’, B.T., 3 October 1992
  • Tojner, Erik, ‘Dobbeltspil Poul’, Weekend Avisen, 2 October 1992
  • Brodersen, Annette, ‘Demokratiske Jakkemaend’, Chili, 1 October 1992
  • Morell, Lars, ‘Hvor Konservativ Skal en God Kunstner Vaere’, Teater Et, September 1992
  • Farrell, John, ‘The odd couple’, In Dublin, 30 September 1992
  • Moroney, Mic, ‘Tomorrow is a cultural reality’, The Irish Times, 29 September 1992
  • Brix Sondergaard, Peter, ‘En Positiv Kraft’, Information, 28 September 1992
  • Arnold, Bruce, ‘How happy we are to be Gilbert & George’, Irish Independent, 28 September 1992
  • Gallagher, Patrick, ‘The singular duality of Gilbert & George’, Sunday Independent, 27 September 1992
  • Kelly, Michael, ‘Art world prepares for Gilbert & George’, The Evening Press, 23 September 1992
  • Farrell, John, ‘Double take with the ‘Cosmic Nerds’’, The Sunday Express, 20 September 1992
  • Skotte, Kim, ‘Billestof Til Eftertanke’, Det Fri Aktuelt, 10 September 1992
  • Damgaard, Mogens, ‘Kunst fur Livets Skyld’, Fyens Stiftstidende, 10 September 1992
  • Lange, Steffen, ‘Demokratisk Kunst fra to i en’, Midjyllands Avis, 10 September 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘To gentlemen - Een Kunstner Ib Sindig’, Jyllands - Posten Morgenavisen, 9 September 1992
  • Hornung, Peter R, ‘Verden Ifolge Gilbert & George’, Politiken, 5 September 1992
  • Grade, CF, ‘Monomane Billeder’, Aarhus Stiftstidende, 5 September 1992
  • Steen, Alex, ‘Bosser og Brag i Jylland’, Ekstra Bladet, 5 September 1992
  • Norlyng, Ole, ‘Kulorte Kaerlighedsbreve’, Berlingske Tidende, 5 September 1992
  • Just, Gitte, ‘To Maend Modtes’, Aktuelt, Det Fri, 4 September 1992
  • Pa, Jysk, ‘Kunst Europa’, Vijle Amts Folkeblad, 1 September 1992
  • van de Sompel, Ronald, ‘Een Groot Allegorisch Kleurnoek’, De Morgen, 1 September 1992
  • van Garrel, Betty, ‘Het Verschijnsel Gilbert & George’, Vitrine, July-August 1992
  • Geza, Boros, ‘G&G a Kozmikus ‘Jofejek’’, Kritika, August 1992
  • Fuchs, Rudi H, ‘Gilbert & George: the Cosmological Pictures’, Krant, August 1992
  • List, Henrik, ‘De Levende Skulpturer’, Berlingske Tidende, 30 August 1992
  • Grade, CF, ‘One man show for two’, Aarhus Shiftstidende Sondag, 30 August 1992
  • Hansen, Jorgen, ‘Vidtspaendende Kunst fra Europa’, Jyllands-Posten, 28 August 1992
  • van der Laan, Hannus, ‘Het Stempel van Gilbert & George’, Delta, 20 August 1992
  • Wijes, Louwrien, ‘Verzogd, Ontspannen, Beleefd en Beheerst: Gilbert & George Kleurrijker en Flistender dan ooit op Europese Rondreis’, Het Financieele Dagblad, 17 August 1992
  • Kold, Anders, ‘Kunstudstilling med Gilbert og George’, Onsdag Den, 14 August 1992
  • van der Geer, Cees, ‘De Doordachte Schijn van Gilbert & George’, Haagsche Courant, 8 August 1992
  • Wesseling, Janneke, ‘Wees Altijd Keurig Gekleed en Beleefd’, NRC Handelsblad, 8 August 1992
  • Nagy, Zsolt, ‘A Szobor Mint Festo’, Magyar Naplo, 7 August 1992
  • Tullenaar, Thom, ‘‘The Cosmological Pictures’ Gilbert & George Zijn Universele Vijftigers’, Brabants Nieuwsblad, 7 August 1992
  • Malasch, Rob, ‘Verlicht Despotisme’, HP/De Tijd, 7 August 1992
  • Aagesen, Dorthe, ‘Til en Staerk Kop te Hos Gilbert & George’, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, 4 August 1992
  • Lutz, Hans, ‘Duo Gilbert & George doet Nederland op Europese Rondreis Aan Humor van ‘Ongelukkige Mensen’’, Arnhemse Courant, 3 August 1992
  • Schwartz, Ineke, ‘Een Serie Visuele Liefdesbrieven Gilbert & George Maken Hedenaage Ikonen’, Trouw, 3 August 1992
  • Klaster, Jan Bart, ‘Visuele Liefdesbrieven van Gilbert & George’, Parool, 3 August 1992
  • Depond, Paul, ‘Gilbert & George: Twee Heren Als Dubollige Zendelingen’, De Volkskrant, 3 August 1992
  • Vermeulen, Rob, ‘Gilbert & George Twee Serieuze Pekkendragers’, Haagsche Courant, 1 August 1992
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘Ohne Unsere Bilder Waren wir nur ein Stuck Fleisch’, Vogue (Deutschland), July 1992
  • Etukudo, Markus Anton, ‘Paar - Apart in Gemeente Museum’, De Gay Krant, No.21, 11 July 1992
  • Franz, Rainald, ‘Gilbert & George Die Linse und der Meisel, zur ‘Sculptural Photography’ der Englander G. und G.’, Eikon (Heft 3), June 1992
  • Gunashinge, Zora, ‘Het Moderne Leven Volgens Gilbert & George’, Fine Arts Tableau Magazine, Vol.14, June 1992
  • Hadju, Istvan, ‘Art for all’, Deszelo, 27 June 1992
  • Angol, Ur, ‘Ket Finom’, Nepsava, 26 June 1992
  • Nagy, A, ‘Szfinx Arnyekaban P.Sz. J.’, Nepszabadsag, 22 June 1992
  • Hirlap, Magyar, ‘Gilbert es George’, CHB, 20 June 1992
  • Sollosy, Judith, ‘Gilbert & George go Cosmological’, Budapest Week, 20 June 1992
  • Nagy, Zoltan, ‘Kepslagerek Eletrol Halalrol’, Ulj Magyarorszag, 13 June 1992
  • Szabo, Erno, ‘SA Vilagegyeten Kepei P’, Ulj Magyarorszag Polgari Napilap, 12 June 1992
  • Franz, Rainald, ‘Reflektierte Unmittelbarkeit uber das Englische Kunsterduo Gilbert & George’, Kunst Presse, April 1992
  • Church, Michael, ‘Der Kopf, Die Seele und der Sex’, Buhne, April 1992
  • Jurkovic, Harald, ‘Das Scheinbar Einfache ist Ziemlich Kompliziert’, Neue Zeit, 19 April 1992
  • Frohmann, Gunther, ‘Pseudoromatische Sehnsuchte Kunstlerischer Zwillinge’, Salzburger Machrichten, 18 April 1992
  • Horvath, Peter, ‘Obrazy, Kosmologicke Gilberta a Georgia Voweiner Secession’, Profil (Bratislava), 15 April 1992
  • Beyer, Walter, ‘Banal Statt Sakral’, Oberosterreichische Nachrichten, 14 April 1992
  • Zinggl, Wolfgang, ‘Fifty dead fucking Jesuses’, Falter, 10-14 April 1992
  • Sotriffer, Kristian, ‘Die Heiligen im Ver-Sacum-Tempel’, Die Presse, 10 April 1992
  • Borchhardt-Birbaumer, Brigitte, ‘Weltveranderungskunstlermasche’, Wiener Zeitung, 10 April 1992
  • Melchart, Erwin, ‘Wir Glauben an Die Zukunft!’, Kultur, 9 April 1992
  • Titz, Walter, ‘Farbe Falsch, Gefuhl Echt’, Kleine Zeitung, 9 April 1992
  • Bilder, ‘Bunt Wie Heroin - Trips U. Moser’, Kurier, 9 April 1992
  • Stadler, Clarissa, ‘Zum Tee Bei Zwillingen’, Der Standard Album, 3 April 1992
  • Illetschko, Georgia, ‘Gilbert & George: Die Musterknaben in der Secession’, Die Presse, 2 April 1992
  • Hyuga, Tantrish Akiko, ‘G & G = Living Sculpture – simulated’, I Love Art III, 14 January –15 March 1992
  • Stadler, Clarissa, ‘Kunst fur Alle’, Visa Magazin, 1 March 1992
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘Das Normale, Der Tod, Das Leben und Die Schonheit’, Artis, February 1992
  • Schmitz, Rudolf, ‘Stumme Chorale von Liebe und Gewalt’, Faz, February 1992
  • Schmitz, Rudolf, ‘Stumme Chorale von Liebe und Gewalt’, Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung, 20 February 1992
  • Draeger, Wolfhart, ‘Laurel und Hardy der Postmodern’, Die Welt, No.41, 18 February 1992
  • Mack, Gerhard, ‘Menschen, Ubergross’, Badische Zeitung, 14 February 1992
  • Hiltman, Gabriela, ‘Ein Loch ist Nicht und Etwas’, Basler Zeitung, No.35, 11 February 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Apokalypse zu Zweit: Gilbert & George in Zurich’, Oberlander Tagblatt, 6 February 1992
  • Guisan, Isabelle, ‘Gilbert & George - l'art à quatre mains’, Le Nouveau Quotidien, 2 February 1992
  • Mack, Gerhard, ‘Eine Liturgie des Menschen’, Suddeutsche Zeitung, 1-2 February 1992
  • Goldberg, Rose Lee, ‘Gilbert & George Sonnabend Gallery’, Artforum, January 1992
  • von Kageneck, Christian, ‘Schrecklich ‘Schone Neue Welt’’, Sudkurier , No.24, 30 January 1992
  • Chauvy, Laurence, ‘Une mise en scène du chaos’, Samedi Litteraire, 26 January 1992
  • Affentranger-Kirchrath, Angelika, ‘Kompromisslos normal’, Allgemeiner Anzeiger von Zuerichsee, 25 January 1992
  • Hollenstein, Roman, ‘Eine Kathedrale der Melancholie’, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, 24 January 1992
  • Zwez, Annelise, ‘Kunstfiguren auch im Leben’, Schaffhauser Nachrichten, 23 January 1992
  • Zwez, Annelise, ‘Dem Lebensgefuhl der Gegenwart auf der Spur’, Aargauer Tagblatt, 23 January 1992
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘Die Kunst von Gilbert & George’, Meta 1, 21 January 1992
  • Oberholzer, Niklaus, ‘‘Cosmological Pictures’ als Zeitgefuhl’’, Urner Zeitung, 18 January 1992
  • Zwez, Annelise, ‘Wenn der Kunstler Selber zur ich-Kunst Wird’, Der Zurcher Oberlander, 18 January 1992
  • Doswald, von Christoph, ‘Gilbert & George: das duo als kunst und lebensform’, Sonntags Zeitung, 12 January 1992
  • Moores, James, ‘Under the arches in Broadway’, Lovely Jobly, Vol.11, No.111, 1991
  • Gurgul, Nick, ‘By Gilly, it's a...Georgina’, Men's World, Vol.3, No.10, 1991
  • Illes, Vera, ‘Gilbert & George Wij Lijden, Omdat wij Eerlijk Willen Zijn’, Elsevier, 21 December 1991
  • Bortone, Christiano, ‘Opening the Cosmological interview’, Opening Anno III (Rome), No.16, November 1991
  • Somers Cocks, Anna, ‘Gilbert & George, odiamo l'elite e parliamo alla gente (proprio come Papa)’, Il Giornale d'Arte, No.94, November 1991
  • Scuteri, Rosma, ‘Due corpi in un quadro’, Cultura e Comunicazione, 16 November 1991
  • Gabor, Heller, ‘Gilbert es George ‘91’, Elet es Irodalom, 15 November 1991
  • Perazzi, Mario, ‘La nostra etichietta, Gilbert & George’, Amica, No.45, 11 November 1991
  • Candia, Mario, ‘Gilbert & George artisti allo specchio’, La Repubblica Trovaroma, 31 October- 6 November 1991
  • Zevi, Adachiara, ‘Uniti per sempre, nel successo pensiamo, danziamo, ridiamo, aspettando la fine della giornata’, Corriera della Sera, 3 November 1991
  • Cherubini, Laura, ‘Due ‘Sculture’ Viventi’, La Repubblica Trovaroma, October 1991
  • Seyfarth, Ludwig, ‘Ungewohnliche Spiesser’, Kunst Magazin, October 1991
  • Coen, Ester, ‘Gilbert & George, un milione di foto’, La Repubblica, 30 October 1991
  • de Sanctis, Linda, ‘Gilbert & George’, Il Venerdi di Repubblica, 25 October 1991
  • Mammi, Alessandra, ‘Sentimento e monumento’, L'Espresso, 25 October 1991
  • di Forte, Massimo, ‘La paura fa novanta’, Il Messagero, 25 October 1991
  • Gerzova, Jana, ‘L.C. & J.G.’, Profil 19, 25 October 1991
  • de Vito, Sabina, ‘Con l'occhio al Medioevo l'arte di Gilbert & George’, La Voce Repubblicana, 23-24 October 1991
  • Bonazzi, Maria Chiara, ‘Noi due, ragazzacci in grigio’, La Stampa, 23 October 1991
  • Trabucchi, Stefania, ‘Le passioni di Gilbert & George’, Corriere della Sera, 23 October 1991
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Two for the show/ them and us’, The Independent on Sunday, 13 October 1991
  • Ahrens, Klaus, ‘Die Kosmologiche Selbstdarstellung’, Das Magazin, No.4, 4-5 October1991
  • Markowski, Wojciech, ‘Musimy Byc Jak Idioci’, Pawilon, August-September 1991
  • Taylor, Paul, ‘Soho's Avant-Guardian’, Connoisseur, September 1991
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Gilbert & George 20 years Later’, The New York Times, 27 September 1991
  • Link, Magdalena, ‘Obrazy Kosmolgiczne’, Gazeta Krakowska, 17 September 1991
  • Hanusek, Jerzy, ‘Dwa Ciala - Jedna Dusza?’, Czas Krakowski, 17 September 1991
  • Pikon, Katarzyna, ‘We are artists’, Gazeta Wyborcza, No.214A, 13 September 1991
  • Warzecha, Andrey, ‘Jak sie Ubrac na Wernisaz’, Dziennik Polski, 11 September 1991
  • Markowska, Anna, ‘Gilbert i George w Krakowie Sztuka dla Wszystrich’, Prze Kros, 1 September 1991
  • Link, Magdalena, ‘Gilbert i George Zagoszcza w Krakowie’, Gazeta Krakowski, 30 August 1991
  • Markowski, Wojciech, ‘Gilbert & George’, Dziennik Polski, 27 August 1991
  • Tresidder, Megan. ‘Suffering for their art in glorious stereo’, The Sunday Telegraph, 11 August 1991
  • Rumbold, Judy, ‘Larger than life and twice as rude’, The Guardian, 8 August 1991
  • Ahrens, Klaus, ‘Die Welt Braucht Unsere Bilder’, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Magazine), 26 April 1991
  • Grieg, Geordie, ‘Partners exhibit a united form’, The Sunday Times, 24 March 1991
  • Waddel, Rankin, ‘Gilbert & George on Gilbert & George’, Dazed and Confused, 1990
  • Fisherman, Hercules, ‘The return of the Russian heroes’, Lovely Jobly, Vol.11, No.1, 1990
  • Geza, Boros, ‘Gilbert es George a Kirakatban’, Fotomuveszet, Vol.3-4, 1990
  • Waddle, Rankin, ‘Gilbert & George’, Untitled London Institute Journal, No.6-7, 1990
  • Mikheyev, Mikhail, ‘Fantastic! Terrible!’, Artscribe, November-December 1990
  • Denson, G Roger, ‘Gilbert & George’, Artscribe, November-December 1990
  • Tamashige, Sachiko, ‘Gilbert & George’, Journey Magazine, December 1990
  • Un-authored, ‘Postkarten Wirken im Raum’, Kolnerstadtanzeiger, December 1990
  • Bredin, Lucinda, ‘Opening hours’, Evening Standard, 6 December 1990
  • Rosenblum, Robert, ‘Gilbert & George, the Aids Pictures’, Art in America, November 1990
  • McEwan, John, ‘Postcards from the edge’, The Sunday Telegraph, 11 November 1990
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Postcard posers’, Evening Standard, 1 November 1990
  • Un-authored, ‘Doubles all round, the art of Gilbert & George’, VADA, October 1990
  • Cottingham, Laura, ‘Reviews, Gilbert & George’, Contemporanea, October 1990
  • Farson, Daniel, ‘Victims of the British disease’, Mail on Sunday, 21 October 1990
  • Ahrens, Klaus, ‘Gilbert & George’, Viva, 10 October 1990
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Double act’, GQ, Sept 1990
  • Greenstreet, Rosanna, ‘The questionnaire’, Sunday Correspondent, 23 September 1990
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘From humble postcard to the Cosmological’, The New York Times, June 1990
  • Ratcliff, Carter, ‘Artful poses’, Elle, June 1990
  • Camus, Renaud, ‘Natura maturata’, CAPC Bordeaux Collection, June 1990
  • Sundell, Margaret, ‘Gilbert & George’, Splash, Summer 1990
  • Lachner, Harry, ‘Der Kunstler Als Dandy’, Einblick (Hamburg), Summer 1990
  • Wechsler, Max, ‘Gilbert & George’, Kunstforum, No.107, April-May 1990
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Me Sanomme Aina Etta Tarkeata on se...(we always say that what we 'say' is important)’, Taide, May 1990
  • Bespalova, Helena, ‘Gilbert & George’, Moscow News, 20 May 1990
  • ML, ‘Are you serious Sir’, Moscow Conservationist, 19 May 1990
  • Bespalova, Helena, ‘Art for all’, Decorative Arts USSR, 19 May 1990
  • Un-authored, ‘This England is not so conservative’, Moscow Comsomolez, 17 May 1990
  • V Han-Magomeford, ‘Red leaves are blossoming’, Ezestiy, 15 May 1990
  • Mozgovoi, F, ‘Gilbert & George’, Free Time in Moscow, 12 May 1990
  • Danylavich, ‘Without compliments’, Soviet Culture, 12 May 1990
  • Fuchs, Rudi, ‘Twee brutal harken’, Cultural Supplement, 11 May 1990
  • Rozin, Alexander, ‘Gilbert & George’, USSR Creativity, April 1990
  • Wilson, Andrew, ‘Gilbert & George on Gilbert & George’, Art Monthly, April 1990
  • Marlowski, Wojciech, ‘Gilbert a George osebe, o politike o ideach’, Vytvarnyzivot, March 1990
  • Greig, Geordie, ‘Opening a window on Western art’, The Sunday Times, 11 March 1990
  • Sadownick, Douglas, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Advocate, 30 January 1990
  • MacDonald, Robert, ‘Gilbert & George’, Contemporanea, July-August 1989
  • Kramer, Miriam, ‘More aid for Aids’, Art and Auction, May 1989
  • Odoni, Giovanni, ‘Two for one’, Casa Vogue, May 1989
  • MacDonald, Caroline F, ‘Twins of learning’, What's On, 19-26 April 1989
  • Bird, Nicky, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’, Arts Review, 21 April 1989
  • Beckett, Alison, ‘They're so modern’, Punch, 21 April 1989
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Unhappy with double vision’, The Independent, 17 April 1989
  • Hind, John, ‘Stripped to the bone’, The New Statesman, 14 April 1989
  • Hind, John, ‘Feeling the world’, Blitz, March 1989
  • Davvetas, Demosthenesm, ‘Dem G & G’, Vogue Decoration, May 1988
  • Scruton, Roger, ‘Beastly bad taste’, Modern Painters, Spring 1988
  • Shelley, Jim, ‘Gilbert & George’, Westuff, No.11, 1987
  • Januszczak,Waldemar, ‘Art with knobs on’, The Guardian, 1987
  • Allthorpe-Guyton, Marjorie, ‘Gilbert & George’, Flash Art, November-December 1987
  • Thomas, Denis, ‘Double top for Gilbert & George’, Europe '87, September-October 1987
  • Archer, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George’, Art Monthly, September 1987
  • Kimball, Roger, ‘Striking successful poses’, The Times Literary Supplement, 4-11 September 1987
  • Hind, John, ‘Odd couple’, Blitz, August 1987
  • Fox, Edward, ‘Laureates Gilbert & George’, Northwest, August 1987
  • Bignardi, Irene, ‘Gente di bronzo’, La Repubblica, 29 August 1987
  • Sharratt, Philip, ‘Gilbert & George, The G-Force’, Sky, 30 July –12 August 1987
  • Shelley, Jim, ‘Art for art's sake’, Melody Maker, 25 July 1987
  • Mejias, Jordan, ‘Gilbert & George’, Frankfurter Allemeine Magazin, 24 July 1987
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Profane piety’, The Listener, 23 July 1987
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Beware of strange men who do funny things’, Evening Standard, 23 July 1987
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 5-22 July 1987
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Gilbert & George, Missionary Postitions’, Time Out, 8-15 July 1987
  • Packer, William, ‘Slim bridge on shallow waters’, Financial Times, 14 July 1987
  • Vaizey, Marina, ‘The double-takes that make art out of life’, The Sunday Times, 12 July 1987
  • Shepherd, Michael, ‘Wall to wall’, The Sunday Telegraph, 12 July 1987
  • Dixon, Andrew Graham, ‘Double exposure’, The Independent, 11 July 1987
  • Devlin, Polly, ‘Gilbert & George: a particular view’, The International Herald Tribune, 10 July 1987
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Gilbert & George: till death do us part’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 July 1987
  • Jeffreys, Susan, ‘A chat with Gilbert & George’, Punch, 8 July 1987
  • Hughes-Hallett, Lucy, ‘Studies in still life’, London Evening Standard, 2 July 1987
  • Feaver, William, ‘Nice little earners’, Sunday Observer, 1 July 1987
  • Duncan, Andrew, ‘The odd couple’, The Observer, 28 June 1987
  • Beaumont, Mary Rose, ‘Beyond tradition: sculpture since Caro’, Art & Design, February 1987
  • Withers, Jane, ‘Il mondo di Gilbert & George’, Vanity Fair, February 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Dos personajes en busca de autor’, El Pais, 6 February 1987
  • Jarque, Fietta, ‘Gilbert & George: cada artista debe simular ser dos personas cuando trabaja’, El Pais, 4 February 1987
  • Ferro, Manuel, ‘Mama: quieren ser artistas’, Diario 16, 3 February 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Face, January 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Charcoal-on-paper sculptures catalogue’, CAPC Bordeaux, 1986
  • Brera, Jose Luis, ‘El mundo de Gilbert & George’, Lapiz, No.31, 1986
  • Fallowell, Duncan, ‘Het Gezamenlijke Avontuur van Gilbert & George’, Avende, 1986
  • Willaumez, Marie France, ‘Gilbert & George pictures 1982/1985’, Journal des Beaux Arts, 1986
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘Three ways’, Mater Dulcissima, 1986
  • Jahn, Wolf, ‘With us in the nature’, The Paintings Catalogue, (Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 1986)
  • de Zutter, Jan and Max Borka, ‘De wereld volgens Gilbert en George: evenstoppen en denken’, De Morgen, December 1986
  • Meuris, Jacques, ‘Gilbert & George la vie à chaque instant’, Libre Belgique, 27 December 1986
  • Dobson, Rona, ‘The world of Gilbert & George’, The Bulletin (Brussels), 12 December 1986
  • Hoek, Els, ‘Niemand & Niemand’, Volkskrant, 12 December 1986
  • Braet, Jan, ‘De spekers’, Kunst, 3 December 1986
  • Dagen, Courtois Phillipe, ‘Gilbert & George a Bordeaux, assassins’, Le Monde, 20 August 1986
  • Albig, Jorg-Uwe, ‘Die melancholischen dandy’, Art, June 1986
  • Godfrey, Dominique, ‘Gilbert et George: quelquechose de Victorien’, S.O.D., 22 June 1986
  • Foucart, Archanges Bruno. ‘Saint Gilbert et George’, Quotidien de Paris, 19 June 1986
  • Briere-Maroger, Valerie, ‘Gilbert, George et bonnard’, Reforme, 17 June 1986
  • Nuridsany, Maichel, ‘Gilbert & George superstars’, Figaro, 3 June 1986
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, In Style, Summer 1986
  • Davvetas, Demosthenes, ‘Gilbert & George’, New Art, Summer 1986
  • Froment, Jean Louis, ‘Gilbert & George’, Connaissance des Arts, May 1986
  • Marcade, Bernard, ‘Gilbert & George’, Art Press, May 1986
  • Davvetas, Demosthenes, ‘Gilbert & George’, Artics (Barcelona), May 1986
  • Mennekes, Friedhelm, ‘Mythos und Bibel’, Katholisches Bibelwerk GMBA, 1985
  • Leccese, Pasquale, ‘Our fortress’, Domus 661, 1985
  • West, Clive, ‘Morning coffee with Gilbert & George’, Square Peg, 1985
  • Salerno, Giovan Battista, ‘Gilbert, George, Samuel Beckett’, Flash Art, 1985, No.125
  • Schwartz, Sanford, ‘We are one’, The New Yorker, 19 August 1985
  • Russell, John, ‘The high aesthetic style of Gilbert & George’, House & Garden, July 1985
  • Brewer, Andy and Michael Daniels, ‘Living Sculpture’, Arrows Magazine, June 1985
  • White, Sally, ‘Gilbert & George at the Guggenheim’, Arts Review, May 1985
  • Lamoree, Jhim, ‘Het Seksuele Mysterie Als Heilige Mis’, HP Magazine, 11 May 1985
  • Withers, Jane, ‘Gilbert & George Give a Broadway performance’, The Times, 10 May 1985
  • McGill, Douglas, ‘Two artists who probe the meaning of life’, New York Times, 5 May 1985
  • Davvetas, Demosthenes, ‘Gilbert & George et réciproquement’, Liberation, 26 April 1985
  • Brenson, Michael, ‘Duo who work as solo’, New York Times, 24 April 1985
  • Wilson, Simon, ‘Gilbert & George’, City Magazine, March 1985
  • Hegewisch, Katharina, ‘Helden der Zukunft’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 30 January 1985
  • Rein Ingrid, ‘Kunstler Sein, Durch und Durch’, Suddeutsche Zeitung, 16 January 1985
  • Bonito Oliva, Achille, ‘Dialoghi d'artista’, Electa, 1984
  • Battcock, Gregory, ‘The art of performance’, Dutton, 1984
  • Finch, Liz, ‘Modern faith and intellectual depression’, Ritz, No.88, 1984
  • Holborn, Mark, ‘Gilbert & George storm America's Citadels’, Aperture 97, 1984
  • Frey, Patrick, ‘In the strangeness of their world’, Parket, 1984, No.1
  • Salerno, Giovan Battista, ‘L'opera d'arte ha 4 mani e usa 1 Kleenex’, Il Manifesto, 28 December 1984
  • Schmidt-Garre, Jan, ‘Nylonhemd & Laute Krawatte’, Munich Tages Zeigung, 10 December 1984
  • Van Sinderen, Wim, ‘Is that you God?’, Vinyl, November 1984
  • Plagens, Peter, ‘How English is it?’, Art in America, October 1984
  • Jeffrey, Ian, ‘Art rigmarole: they are our Baudelaire’, London Magazine, October 1984
  • Kohen, Helen L, ‘Two people, one artist’, Miami Herald, 7 October 1984
  • Csonka, Ariana, ‘They'll give you something to talk about’, The Miami Evening Times, 1 October 1984
  • Calhoun, Charles, ‘An art that haunts the mind’, Palm Beach Life, September 1984
  • Schwan, Gary, ‘British duo illustrate controversial issues’, Palm Beach Post, 10 September 1984
  • Adachiara, ‘Life, a great sculpture’, AEIOU Magazine, No.10-11, July 1984
  • Withers, Jane and Anthony Fawcett, ‘All for art’, The Face, June 1984
  • Everingham, Carol J, ‘Twin sons of different mothers unleashing primal colour in unison’, Houston Post, 23 June 1984
  • Kendall, Ena, ‘A room of my own’, Observer Magazine, 10 June 1984
  • Brooks, Rosetta, ‘Shake hands with the Devil’, Artforum, Summer 1984
  • Macritchie, Lynn, ‘The believing world of Gilbert & George’, Performance Magazine, April-May 1984
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘London and Baltimore’, Burlington Review, May 1984
  • Cooke, Lynne, ‘Gilbert & George’, Art Monthly, May 1984
  • Cooper, Emanuel, ‘Perfect partners’, Him Magazine, April 1984
  • Gordon, Stephen, ‘Art gangsters’, Artline, April 1984
  • Allen, W H, ‘Windows of the soul’, Baltimore Gay Paper, April 1984
  • Russell Taylor, John, ‘Repressed anguishes and rebellions’, The Times, 3 April 1984
  • Sozannski, Edward J, ‘As one’, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1 April 1984
  • Vaizey, Marina, ‘To believe is to see’, Sunday Times, 1 April 1984
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘A case of good pottery training’, The Guardian, 28 March 1984
  • Russell, John, ‘London viewed as a landscape of loss’, The New York Times, 4 March 1984
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Two of a kind’, Tatler, March 1984
  • Macritchi, Lynn, ‘Lure of youth’, City Limits, No.129, March 1984
  • Richard, Paul, ‘Strange, bold images from two artists who are one two of a kind’, The Washington Post, 26 February 1984
  • Dorsey, John, ‘Two artists of a single mind’, Baltimore Sun, 19 February 1984
  • van der Kaap, Gerald, ‘Hunger and thirst’, Zien Magazine, No.5, 1983
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, Gai-Pied, October 1983
  • Cornand, Brigitte, ‘Portrait: Gilbert & George, allegories en chromo’, Beaux Arts, September 1983
  • Becker, Robert, ‘Art: London's Living Sculpture Gilbert & George’, Interview, August 1983
  • Smith, Robert, ‘Gilbert & George's modern faith’, Village Voice, 17 May 1983
  • Cooper, Emanuel, ‘Gilbert & George, authoritarian Fascists or Missionaries of our time?’, Gay News, 17 February 1983
  • Dadomo,Giovanni, ‘Art for all: the Gilbert & George show’, The Face, December 1982
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George in Gewad’, De Standaard, 12 December 1982
  • Tsuzuki, Kyoichi, ‘Introduction to the world of Gilbert & George’, Brutus, Architectural Stylebook, 1 June 1982
  • McEwan, John, ‘Life and times: Gilbert & George’, Art in America, May 1982, pp.128-135
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Bloody hard slaves of beauty’, Time Out, 9-15 April 1982
  • Hyde, Phil, ‘The world of Gilbert & George’, Performance Magazine, March 1982
  • Frey, Patrick, ‘Gilbert & George in der Fremheit Ihrer Welt’, Jahresberricht der Basler Kunstveriens Kunsthalle (Basel), February 1982
  • McEwen, John, ‘Facades’, Spectator, 30 January 1982
  • Moravia, Alberto, ‘Ma che belle statuine’, L'Espresso, 1 January 1982
  • Pouret, Martin, ‘Art and purity’, ZG, No.2, 1981
  • Walker, Stephen, ‘Living with fear and Gilbert & George’, Blitz, Vol.1, No.4, 1981
  • Brown, Robert, ‘The world of Gilbert & George’, British Film Institute Monthly Film Bulletin, December 1981, p.257
  • Brett, Guy, ‘Beauty & the beast’, City Limits, December 4-10 1981
  • Collins, Nick, ‘People like objects’, Creative Camera, November 1981
  • Kinmouth, Patrick, ‘G + G still in movies’, Vogue, November 1981
  • McRitchie, Lynn, ‘The Living Sculptures look at life’, Performance Magazine, September-October 1981
  • Roma, Elisabeth, ‘Interview: Gilbert & George’, +-0: revue d'art contemporain, October 1981
  • Burn, Gordon, ‘The perfect couple’, Sunday Times Magazine, 8 October 1981
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Fear and sculpting’, The Standard, 6 August 1981
  • van Mulders, Wim, ‘Gilbert & George: beeldhouwers’, Streven, July 1981
  • Marcelis, Bernard, ‘Gilbert & George: an itinerary’, Domus, July 1981
  • Vaizey, Marina, ‘Gilbert & George: dandies in despair’, The Sunday Times, 5 July 1981
  • Januzczak, Waldemar, ‘Making snap judgements’, The Guardian, 4 July 1981
  • Lebeer, Irmeline, ‘Gilbert & George, art for all’, Art Press, April 1981
  • Wilson, Simon, ‘Modern fears’, Burlington Magazine, February 1981
  • Blume, Mary, ‘Gilbert & George, from Living Sculpture to Modern Fears’, International Herald Tribune, 31 January-1 February 1981
  • Roberts, John, ‘Gilbert & George at Anthony d'Offay’, Artscribe, February 1981
  • Zumbrink, Jan, ‘Het Leven Zelf als Kunstvorm’, Haarlems Dagblad, 11 December 1980
  • Beks, Maartin, ‘Gilbert en George enorm Beeldverhaal’, Eindhoven Dagblad, 6 December 1980
  • Castle, Ted, ‘Gilbert & George arrive beyond alcohol and sex’, Art Monthly, November 1980
  • Heyting, Lien, ‘Wij Poetsen Elke Ochtend Onze Schoenen’, NRC Handelsblad, 7 December 1979
  • Ratcliff, Carter, ‘Down and out with Gilbert & George’, Art in America, May-June 1978, pp.92-93
  • Lorber, Richard, ‘Gilbert & George’, Artforum, May 1978, pp. 59-60
  • Fuchs, R H, ‘Gilbert & George, dark shadow’, Art Monthly, April 1977
  • Piller, Mickey, ‘Wij Noemen Alles wat we Doen Skulptuur’, Haagse Post, 9 April 1977
  • van Garrel, Betty, ‘Laas ons Hopen dat Kunst War is’, Hollands Diep, March 1977, pp.46-47
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward, ‘Ever so nice’, Art & Artists, March 1977, pp.27-29
  • Zumbrink, Jan, ‘Beeldhouwen met het Eigen Lichaam’, De Nieuwe Linie, 30 March 1977
  • Walker, Dorothy, ‘Marshmallow aesthetes’, Hibernia, 4 February 1977
  • Lowe, Shirley, ‘Gilbert & George & us’, Over 21 Magazine, 1976
  • Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘The red sculpture’, Paris Review, Winter 1976
  • Feaver, William, ‘Mental Images’, The Observer, 30 May 1976
  • Morris, Lynda, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Listener, 22 May 1976
  • Roberts, Michael, ‘The art of living’, Sunday Times, 22 February 1976
  • Ratcliff, Carter, ‘The art and artlessness of Gilbert & George’, Arts Magazine, January 1976, pp.54-57
  • Bologna, Ferdinando, ‘Gilbert & George’, Il Mattino, 13 May 1975
  • Novak, Robert, ‘Singing Monuments’, Farrago Literary Supplement, 7 September 1974
  • Morris, Lynda, ‘Gilbert & George’, Studio International, July-August 1974, pp.49-50
  • Un-authored, ‘Gay Gordons’, Times Literary Supplement, 21 June 1974
  • Trini, Tomaso, ‘Gilbert & George: the human sculptors’, Data, Summer 1974, pp.20-27
  • Blotkamp, Carol, ‘Gilbert & George: on cooperation, o tadition’, Album Amicorum, 1973
  • Schuldt, ‘L'Angelus de Milo’, Art Vivant, December 1973, pp.9-11
  • Davis, Douglas, ‘Living Statues’, Newsweek, 3 December 1973
  • Baudson, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George’, Clés pour les Art, October 1973, pp.13
  • Hector, Chris, ‘They kep siff for hurs’, Nation Review, 31 August 1973
  • Brook, Donald, ‘Blur btween at & lfe’, Nation Review, 31 August 1973
  • Adams, Bruce, ‘Gilbert & George for hgh ta’, The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney), 26 August 1973
  • Thomas, Daniel, ‘Still life on a table’, Sydney Morning Herald, 16 August 1973
  • Nicklin, Leonore, ‘And here come the living sculptures’, Sydney Morning Herald, 14 August 1973
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Make mine a double sculpture’, Evening Standard, 1 December 1972
  • Tisdall, Caroline, ‘The greatest two-man vaudeville act in the art galleries’, The Guardian, 30 November 1972
  • Zec, Donald, ‘The odd couple’, Daily Mirror, 5 September 1972
  • Cork, Richard, ‘It's G & G, always the life and soul of the party’, Evening Standard, 22 July 1972
  • Buhlmann, Karl, ‘Selbstdarstellung als Bildsprache’, Luzerner Neueste (Nachrichten), 25 May 1972
  • Celant, Germano, ‘Gilbert & George’, Domu, March 1972, pp.50-53
  • Weiermair, Peter, ‘Gilbert Stammt aus der Grodental’, Tiroler Tageszeitung, 15 January 1972
  • Reise, Barbara, ‘Presenting Gilbert & George’, Art News, November 1971, pp.62-65
  • van Garrel, Betty, ‘Kunst als een Vorm van Leven’, Haages Post, 10 November 1971, pp.80-91
  • Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, The New Yorker, 9 October 1971
  • Perreault, John, ‘Nothing breathtaking will occur here but...’, Village Voice, 7 October 1971
  • Forge, Andrew, ‘The paintings of John Hoyland and the sculpture of G & G’, The Listener, 22 July 1971
  • Wyndam, Francis, ‘Gilbert & George’, Sunday Times, 10 January 1971
  • Un-authored, ‘Singende Skulptur-Gluckliche Hauer’, Der Spiegel, Vol.24, No.45, 1970
  • Blotkamp, Carel, ‘De Werken van Gilbert & George, Soms in Levende Lijve’, Vrij Nederland, 13 June 1970
  • Tisdall, Caroline, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Guardian, 20 November 1970
  • Van Elk, Ger, ‘We would honestly like to say how happy we are to be sculptors’, Museumjournal, October 1969, pp.248-249


Other Media


Postal Sculptures

  • The Red Boxers 1975
  • The Pink Elephants 1973
  • 2nd Post-Card 1972
  • 1st Post-Card 1972
  • The Limericks 1971
  • The Sadness in Our Art 1970
  • New Decadent Art 1969-70
  • A Message from the Sculptors 1970
  • All My Life 1970
  • The Easter Card 1969
  • Souvenir Hyde Park Walk 1969


Magazine Sculptures

  • ‘Balls Avalanche’, …, Summer-Autumn 1973, pp.26-33
  • ‘There Were Two Young Men’, Studio International, May 1972, pp.220-221
  • ‘Two Text Pages Describing Our Position’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 10 January 1971
  • ‘With Us in Nature’, Kunstmarkt (Cologne) 1970
  • ‘The Shit and the Cunt’, Studio International, May 1970, pp.218-221
  • ‘The Worlds of the Sculptors’, Jam Magazine, Autumn 1969, pp.43-47


Films by the artists

  • Gilbert & George: The Eye (VHS - Illuminations Publishing 2002)
  • The Secret Files of Gilbert & George with Hans Ulrich Obrist (VHS - JRP Ringier, Zurich 1999-2000 and DVD - Bureau des Videos, Paris 2007);Sourced: http://www.jrpringier.com/pages/index.php?id_r=4&id_t=&id_p=17&id_b=857
  • Fox, Gerald, The Fundamental Gilbert & George (Phaidon, UK 1997)
  • Ritblat, Jill, Normal Conservative Rebels 1996
  • Ten Commandments 1995
  • The World of Gilbert & George; produced by Philip Haas for the Arts Council of Great Britain, 1981
  • Gordon's Makes Us Drunk (edition 25), 1972
  • In The Bush (edition 25), 1972
  • Portrait Of The Artists As Young Men (edition 25), 1972
  • The Nature Of Our Looking (No.4, Kramlich Collection, New York 1970)


Television

  • Newsnight, BBC Two, 16 Jul 2014
  • Rose, Sean, Un British à deux têtes et une française en deuil, France24, 15 November 2010 Available to watch at http://www.france24.com/fr/20101115-sophie-calle-gilebrt-and-george-bruxelles-art-contemporain-paris
  • The Genius of British Art, Channel 4, 31 October 2010; presented by Janet Street-Porter
  • Available to watch at http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-genius-of-british-art/4od#3133587
  • Cain, Matthew, Channel 4 News: Battle of British art shows’, Channel 4, 26 October 2010
  • Yentob, Alan, No surrender, 2008
  • The South Bank Show: Gilbert & George, ITV, Part1 (9 February 1997) and Part2 (16 February 1997)
  • McDonald, Ian, Gilbert & George: Daytripping, Anglia Television, 1992
  • Haas, Philip, The Singing Sculpture; edited by Sonnabend Sundell Editions/Methodact. Ltd., 1991
  • The Red Sculpture, 1975


Radio

  • Chris Evans sits in and meets Gilbert & George!, BBC Radio 2, 25 July 2014
  • Front Row, BBC Radio 4, 17 July 2014
  • But is it art? (1976 – 1993), BBC Radio 4, 22 May 2013
  • Caswell Dost, Cherie, British Artists Gilbert & George invade Milwaukee, WBEZ, 22 June 2008
  • Available at http://www.wbez.org/story/culture/british-artists-gilbert-george-invade-milwaukee
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward, Gilbert & George talk with Edward Lucie-Smith, BBC Radio 3, 12 July 1981


Living Sculpture Presentations

  • The Singing Sculpture (Sonnabend Gallery, New York 1991)
  • The Red Sculpture (Sperone Gallery, Rome 1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (Robert Self Gallery, London 1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (Art Fair, Sperone Fischer, Basel, Switzerland 1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (MTL Gallery, Brussels 1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, Belgium1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1977)
  • The Red Sculpture (Sonnabend Gallery, New York 1976)
  • The Red Sculpture (Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf 1976)
  • The Red Sculpture (Lucio Amelio Gallery, Naples 1976)
  • Shao Lin Martial Arts (Film Presentation - Collegiate Theatre, London 1975)
  • The Red Sculpture (Art Agency, Tokyo 1975)
  • Underneath The Arches (National Gallery of Victoria, John Kaldor Project, Sydney and Melbourne1973)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kuntsmuseum, Lucerne 1972)
  • Underneath The Arches (L'Attico Gallery, Rome 1972)
  • Underneath The Arches (Show Room du Garden Stores Louise, Brussels 1971)
  • Underneath The Arches (BBC play 'The Cowshed', London 1971)
  • Underneath The Arches (Sonnabend Gallery, New York 1971)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kuntsthalle, Dusseldorf 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kunstverein, Hannover 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Block Gallery Forum Theatre, Berlin 1970)
  • Posing Piece (Art & Project, Amsterdam 1970)
  • Posing Piece (Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kunstverein, Recklinghausen 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Heiner Friedrich Gallery, Munich 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kunstverein, Nuremberg 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Wurttembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Museum of Modern Art, Turin, Italy 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Sonja Henie Niels Onstad Foundation, Oslo 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Stadsbiblioteket lyngby, Copenhagen 1970)
  • Standing Sculpture (Folker Skulima Gallery, Berlin 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Gegenverkehr, Aachen, Germany 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Heiner Friedrich Gallery, Cologne 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Kunstverein, Krefeld, Germany 1970)
  • Underneath The Arches (Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London 1970)
  • 3 Living Pieces (BBC Studios, Bristol 1970)
  • Lecture Sculpture (Oxford Museum of Modern Art 1970)
  • Lecture Sculpture (Leeds Polytechnic 1970)
  • Our New Sculpture (St Martin's School of Art, London 1969)
  • Reading from a Stick (Geffrye Museum, London 1969)
  • Our New Sculpture (Royal College of Art, London 1969)
  • Our New Sculpture (Camberwell School of Art, London 1969)
  • Underneath the Arches (Slade School of Fine Art, London 1969)
  • Sculpture in the 60's (Royal College of Art (with Bruce McLean), London 1969)
  • In The Underworld (St Martin's School of Art (with Bruce McLean), London 1969)
  • Impresarios Of The Art World (Hanover Grand Preview Theatre (with Bruce McLean), London 1969)
  • Meeting Sculptures (London 1969)
  • The Meal Ripley (Bromley, Kent 1969); with David Hockney
  • Metalised Heads (Studio International Office, London 1969)
  • Telling A Story (London 1969)
  • The Singing Sculpture (National Jazz & Blues Festival, London 1969)
  • A Living Sculpture (The opening of 'When Attitudes Become Form', ICA, London 1969)
  • Underneath the Arches (Cable Street, London 1969)
  • Posing The Stairs (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1969)