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Bibliography


Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Block, Rene (ed.), Mona Hatoum (Museum Fridericianum, Kassel 1998)
  • Abad, Femaria (ed.), Mona Hatoum (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Oaxaca 2003)
  • Romain, Prof. Lothar and Dr Detlef Bluemler (eds.), Mona Hatoum (WB Verlag GmbH + Co KG, Munich 2000)
  • Jackson, Tessa (ed.), Mona Hatoum (Arnolfini, Bristol 1993)
  • Fajardo-Hill, Cecelia (ed.), Mona Hatoum (Caracas, Venezuela 2001)
  • Verzotti, Giorgio (ed.), Mona Hatoum (Castello de Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea 1999)
  • Bos, Saskia (ed.), Mona Hatoum (De Appel, Amsterdam 1997)
  • Massera, Jean-Charles, Mona Hatoum (British Council, London 2000)
  • Steward Heon, Laura (ed.), Mona Hatoum : Domestic Disturbance (Storey Publishing, Massachusetts 2001)
  • Pakesch, Peter (ed.), Kunsthalle Basel : Mona Hatoum (Schwabe & Co. AG, Basel 1998)
  • Mona Hatoum (Holzwarth Publications, Berlin ; Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland 2013) ; texts by Konrad Bitterli and Nadia Veronese)
  • Falguières, Patricia, Shift (Holzwarth Publications, 2012)
  • Trombadori, Cecilia (ed.), Tapis volants (Flying carpets) (les Abattoirs: FRAC Midi-Pyrénées and Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis, DRAGO, Italy 2012); texts by Philippe-Alain Michaud, Éric de Chassey, Olivier Michelon and Maximilien Durand
  • De Zegher, Catherine, Mona Hatoum: Projecció (Fundació Joan Miró 2012)
  • Buradas, Hala (ed.), Mona Hatoum: You Are Still Here (ARTER space for art, Instanbul 2012); texts by Emre Baykal, Kirsty Bell, Edward W. Said
  • Mona Hatoum (The Bellagio Center Creative Arts Fellowship, Rockefeller Foundation, Italy 2010); text by Catherine de Zegher
  • Mona Hatoum: Kathe-Kollowitz Preis 2010 (Akademie der Künste, Berlin 2010); texts by Ursula Panhans- Buhler and Anke Hervol
  • Bertola, Chiara (ed.), Mona Hatoum: Interior Landscape (Palazzo Querini Stampalia, Venezia 2009)
  • Mona Hatoum: Collected Works (Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada 2009); text by Catherine Grenier
  • Bohn, Henrik and Magne Dypedahl, Veien Til Interkulturell Kompetanse (Fagbokforlaget Vigmostad & Bjorke, Bergen and Oslo 2009)
  • al Issa, Nadia and Fahkri Saleh (eds.), Mona Hatoum (The Khalid Shoman Foundation, Darat al Funun, Jordan 2008); texts by Janine Antoni, Salwa Mikdad, Alix Ohlin and Edward W. Said
  • Bonora, Lola G, Undercurrents (Ferrara Palazzo Massari PAC, Italy 2008)
  • Mona Hatoum (Jay Jopling/White Cube, London 2006); text by Andrew Renton
  • Mona Hatoum (The Reed Institute, DBA Reed College, Portland, Oregon 2005); text by Alix Ohlin
  • Mona Hatoum (Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hatje Cantz Publishers 2004); texts by Ursula Panhans-Buhler, Volker Adolphs, Nina Zimmer, Richard Julin and Elisabeth Millqvist, and Christoph Heinrich
  • Mona Hatoum (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca, Mexico 2003); text by Jorge Contreras
  • Mona Hatoum (Laboratorio Arte Almeda, Mexico City 2002); texts by Francisco Reyes Palma and Maria Ines Garcia Canal
  • Mona Hatoum (Centro de Arte de Salamanca and Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela 2002); texts Tamar Garb, Jo Glencross and Janine Antoni
  • Mona Hatoum (Sala Mendoza, Caracas, Venezuela 2001); text by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill
  • Domestic disturbance (Mass Moca, North Adams, Massachusetts and SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico 2001); text by Laura Steward Heon
  • Mona Hatoum (Le Creux de l'Enfer, Centre d'art contemporain, Thiers; Le Collège Éditions, Frac Champagne-Ardenne, Reims; and Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Belgium 2000 (text Jean-Charles Masséra)
  • Mona Hatoum: The Entire World as a Foreign Land (Tate Gallery, London 2000); texts by Edward Said and Sheena Wagstaff
  • Mona Hatoum (Castello di Rivoli, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Torino, Edizioni Charta, Milan 1999); text by Giorgio Verzotti
  • Mona Hatoum (Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland 1998); texts by Madeleine Schuppli and Briony Fer
  • Mona Hatoum (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 1997); texts by Jessica Morgan and Dan Cameron
  • Mona Hatoum (Phaidon Press, London 1997); texts Michael Archer, Guy Brett and Catherine de Zegher
  • Mona Hatoum (De Appel, Amsterdam 1996); text by Din Pieters
  • Current Disturbance (Capp Street Project, San Francisco 1996); text Mary Ceruti
  • Mona Hatoum: Quarters (Viafarini, Milan, 1996); text by Angela Vettese
  • Mona Hatoum (The British School at Rome 1995); text by Michael Archer
  • Mona Hatoum (Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1994); texts by Jacinto Lageira, Desa Philippi, Nadia Tazi and Christine van Assche
  • Mona Hatoum (Arnolfini, Bristol 1993); texts by Guy Brett and Desa Philippi
  • Dissected space (Chapter, Cardiff 1992); texts by Stuart Cameron and Guy Brett


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Buhler, Kathleen, Ego Documents (Kehrer Verlag, Germany 2008)
  • Ogor, Didier Gourvennec and Gregory Lang, Artists an Architecture: Variable Dimensions (Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Italy 2015)
  • Losing the Compass (White Cube, London 2015); text by Ulrich Lehmann
  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Rosen, Aaron, Art + Religion in the 21st Century (Thames & Hudson, London 2015), p. 142
  • Jennings, Gabrielle (ed.), Abstract Video: the moving image in contemporary art (University of California Press, California 2015), p. 61
  • Draguet, Michel (ed.), 2050. A Brief History of the Future (The Royal Museum of Fine Art of Belgium, Brussels 2015), p. 83
  • Pericles Trifonas, Peter (ed.), International Handbook of Semiotics Vol. 2 (Springer, New York 2015), p. 766
  • Fortenberry, Diane and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), Body of Art (Phaidon Press, London, 2015), p. 285
  • Braun, Reinhard, Sabine Flach, Philipp Kaiser, Alanna Lockward, Peter Pakesch, Karl Schlögel, Christian Schwägerl, Hannah Stippl and Thomas Weski, Landscape (Kunsthaus Graz, Austria 2015)P355
  • Racz, Imogen, Art and the Home: Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday (I.B. Tauris & Co, London 2015) 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
  • Queensize: Female Artists from the Olbricht Collection (me Collectors Room Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin 2015); texts by Nicola Graef, Claudia Olbricht, Thomas Olbricht, Julia Rust
  • Archer, Michael, Art Since 1960 (Thames and Hudson, London 2015)
  • Roosa, Wayne, ‘The Avant- Garde and Sacred Discontent: Contemporary Performance Artists Meet Ancient Jewish Prophets’, Image: Art, Faith Mystery, No. 83, 2014, pp. 23- 32
  • Král, Françoise, Social Invisibility and Diasporas in Anglophone Literature and Culture (Palgrave Macmillan, London 2014)
  • Poli, Francesco, Non ci capisco niente: Arte contemporanea istruzioni per l'uso (Mondadori Electa, Milan 2014)
  • Anishchenkova, Valerie, Autobiographical Identities in Contemporary Arab Culture (Edinburgh University Press Ltd 2014)
  • De Zegher, Catherine, An anthology: A woman’s work is never done (AsaMER, Geldmunt, Belgium 2014)
  • Ottinger, Didier (ed.), Le surréalisme et l’objet (Éditions du Centre Pompidou and les Éditions Gallimard, Paris, France 2014); texts by various authors
  • Goudeau, Jeroen, Mariëtte Verhoeven and Wouter Weijers (eds.), The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture (Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, Netherlands 2014); texts by various authors
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams
  • Minissale, Gregory, The Psychology of Contemporary Art (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England 2013)
  • Hamilton, Rachael, Allison Macleod and Jenny Munro (eds.), Spaces of (Dis)location (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne 2013); texts by various authors
  • E Horowitz, Deborah (ed), Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950 (Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington and Del Monico Prestel, London 2013); texts by Kelly Brougher, Russel Ferguson and Dario Gamboni
  • Kittelmann, Udo and Knapstein, Gabriele (ed.), Wall Works: Working with the wall since the 1960s (Kerber Verlag, Berlin 2014)
  • Collecting Ideas: Modern & Contemporary Works (Denver Art Museum, USA 2013)
  • Taylor, Lisa K. and Zine, Jasmine, Muslim Women, Transnational Feminism and the Ethics of Pedagogy (Routledge, New York and London 2014)
  • Parvulescu, Anca, The Traffic in Women’s Work: East European Migration and the Making of Europe (The University of Chicago Press 2014)
  • Van de Sompel, Ronald, Art and Culture in Times of Conflict: Contemporary Reflections (Mousse Publishing, Museum Leuven, Belgium 2014)
  • Hicks, Alistair, The Global Art Compass: New Directions in 21st-century Art, (Thames and Hudson, London, 2014)
  • Titz, Susanne and Swapnaa Tamhane, In order to join: The Political in a Historical Moment, (Museum Abteiberg, Germany, 2014)
  • Shedden, Jim (ed.), Ago: Highlights from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, (Art Gallery of Ontario, 2013)
  • Glasstress: White Light/White Heat (La Biennale di Venezia, 2013)
  • Wombell, Paul (ed.), Drone: The Automated Image – Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal (Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, Kerber, Berlin 2013)
  • Kalb, Peter R., Art Since 1980: Charting the Contemporary (Laurence King, London 2013)
  • Brüderlin, Markus (ed.), Arts & Textiles: Fabric as Material and Concept in Modern Art from Klimt to the Present (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, 2013)
  • Apte, Savita (ed.) Terms & Conditions (Singapore Art Museum 2013)
  • Taylor, Meg (ed.) Safar/Voyage (Museum of Anthropology and Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver 2013); text by Jill Baird, Fereshteh Daftari, Derek Gregory, Jayce Salloum, Anthony Shelton, Naghmeh Sohrabi
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans (ed.), do it: the compendium, (Independent Curators International, New York/DAP, 2013)
  • Schneider, Claire, More Love: Art, Politics and Sharing since the 1990s (Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina 2013)
  • Cranford Collection: Out of the House (Fundación Banco Santander, Madrid 2013); texts by Anne Pontégnie, Mark Godfrey, Amanda Sarroff, Lisa Slominski and Alice Walters
  • Homelands: A 21st Century Story of Home, Away, and All the Places In Between (The British Council, India 2013); texts by Tariq Ali, John Berger, Judith Butler, Latika Gupta, Edward Said, Tsoltim N Shakabpa, Bhuchung D Sonam, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Tenzin Tsundue
  • Kvaran, Gunnar B, Ingrid Pettersen and Hanne Beate Ueland, To Be With Art Is All We Ask, (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, 2012), p.15
  • Albano, Caterina, Fear and Art in the Contemporary World (Reaktion Books, London 2012)
  • Bird, Michael, 100 Ideas that Changed Art (Laurence King, London 2012)
  • Evans, David (ed.), The Art of Walking: A Field Guide (Black Dog, London 2012)
  • Estrin, Barbara L., Shakespeare and Contemporary Fiction: Theorizing Foundling and Lyric Plots (University of Delaware Press, Plymouth 2012)
  • Beautes Interieures: L’Animal a Corps Ouvert (exh. Cat. Galerie Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris 2012); texts by Christophe Degueurce and Helene Delalex
  • Palmer, Kaathleen, Women War Artists (Tate Publising, London 2011)
  • Humpfer, Julia, Mit Haut und Haar: Allegorien vom Fressen und Gegressen-werden (Merz Akademie Hochschule fur Gestaltung, Stuttgart 2011)
  • El Arte del Comer: De la Naturaleza Muerta a Ferran Adria (Obra Social de Catalunya Caixa, Barcelona, 2011); texts by Cristina Gimenez, Elisabeth Hartung, Josep Maria Pinto and Mercedes Replinger
  • Mathur, Saloni (ed.), The Migrant Time: Rethinking Art History and Diaspora (Clark Studies in the Visual Arts, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Yale University Press, Massachusetts 2011); text by Edward W. Said
  • Goetz, Ingvild, Touw, Susanne and Urbaschek, Stephan, Ascheműnder: Sammulung Goetz im Haus der Kunst (Hatje Cantz, Munchen 2011)
  • Mosquera, Gerardo (ed.), Arte Contemporáneo y Patios de Quito: Contemporary Art and Patios of Quito (El Comercio, Quito, 2011); text by María Consuelo Tohme Mantilla, Guido Díaz Naarrete, Gerardo Mosquera, Alfonso Ortiz, Katya Cazar, Dayana Rivera, X. Andrade, Lenin Oña, Mónica Vorbeck, Lupe Álvarez, Cristóbal Zapata, Rodolfo Kronfle Chambers, Trinidad Pérez, Pilar Estrada Lecaro, Sonia Kraemer, Ana Rodríguez
  • Cotter, Suzanne, Gioni, Massimiliano, Curiger, Bice, Enwezor, Okwui, Butler, Connie, Nickas, Bob, Ulrich Obrist, Hans, Birnbaum, Daniel, Defining Contemporary Art – 25 years in 200 pivotal artworks (Phaidon, London and New York 2011)
  • Heroinas, (El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain 2011); texts by Amelia Valcarcel, Carmen Gallardo, Guillermo Solana and Rocio de la Villa
  • Israel, Glenis, Artwise 2: visual arts 9-10; second edition (John Wiley & Sons Australia, 2011)
  • Petry, Michael, The Art of not Making: The New Artist / Artisan Relationship (Thames & Hudson, London 2011)
  • Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann, 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know (Prestel Verlag, Munich, London, New York, 2011)
  • Goetz, Ingvild, Susanne Touw and Stephan Urbaschek (ed.), Aschemünder: Sammlung Goetz im Haus der Kunst (Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany 2011)
  • Winston, Helena and Stephen Hoban (eds.), The Luminous Interval: the D Daskalopoulos Collection (Guggenheim Museum Publications, New York 2011); texts by Simon Critchley & Jamieson Webster, Brian Sholis, Katherine Brinson & Susan Thompson; interview with Dimitris Daskalopoulos by Nancy Spector
  • Trodd, Tamara (ed.), Rethinking Art’s Histories: Screen/Space – The Projected Image in Comtemporary Art (Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York 2011); texts by Tamara Trodd, Noam M Elcott, Maxa Zoller, Kate Mondloch, Joanna Lowry, Maria Walsh, Amelia Jones, Andrew V Uroskie and Christine Ross
  • Borchardt-Hume, Achim (ed.), Keeping it Real: From the Ready-made to the Everyday – the D Daskalopoulos Collection (Whitechapel Gallery, London 2010)
  • Engel Mogensen, Tine, Jens Erik Sorensen and Lise Mortensen, I Love You (Aarhus Kunstmuseum (ARoS), Denmark 2010)
  • Emmert, Claudia, Glück happens…,(Kehrer Verlag Heidleberg, Kunstapalais, 2010), pp.40-43
  • Getlein, Mark, Living with Art (McGraw-Hill, New York 2010)
  • Brugger, Ingried and Heike Eipeldauer, Augenschmaus: vom Essen im Stilleben (Prestel Verlag, Berlin 2010)
  • Eigner, Saeb, Art of the Middle East: Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World and Iran (Merrell, London 2010)
  • Hendy-Ekers, Kathryn, Lou Chamberlin and Deryck Greenwood, Art-iculate: Art for VCE units 1-4 (Cambridge University Press, Australia 2010)
  • Creissels, Anne, Prêter son Corps au Mythe: Le Féminin et l’Art Contemporain (Editions du Félin, Paris 2009)
  • The Future Demands your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection (British Council 2009); text by Simon Grant
  • Barock (Museo D’Arte Contemporanea DonnaRegina, Napoli 2009); texts by Eugenio Viola and Francesca Franco
  • Becker, Alexa and Keher Verlag (ed.), Ego Documents: The Autobiographical in Contemporary Art (Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland 2009)
  • Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
  • Holzwarth, Hans Werner (ed.), 100 Contemporary Artists (Taschen, Cologne 2009); texts by Cecillia Alemani, Jens Asthoff, Kirsty Bell, Andrew Bonacina, Stephane Correard, Yilmaz Dziewior, Suzanne Hudson, Eva Kernauer, Christy Lange, Holger Lund, Astrid Mania, Rodrigo Moura, Vivian Rehberg, Christiane Rekade, Jean-Michel Ribettes, Brian Scholis, Amy Smith-Stewart, Susanne Titz and Ossian Ward
  • Kim, Sunjung (ed.), Platform 2009 (samuso: space for contemporary art, Seoul 2009)
  • Creissels, Anne, Preter son Corps au Mythe; Le Feminine et l’Art Contemporain (Editions du Felin, Paris 2009)
  • Vilstrup Holm, Ditte, ‘Kustner-praesentationer’, For Ojeblikket 1: Samtidskunst til Billedkunst C (L&R Uddannelse, Copenhagen 2009), pp. 60-61
  • Key, Anthony and Cynthia Morrison-Bell, Pot luck (Art Circuit Touring Exhibitions, London 2009)
  • Bjerkhof, Sven (ed.), Reality Check (Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen 2008); texts by Anne Ring Petersen, Joachim Koester and Janna Lund
  • Moore, Lindsey, Arab, Muslim, Woman: Voice and Vision in Postcolonial Literature and Film (Routledge, London 2008)
  • Harris, Jonathan (ed.), Identity Theft: The Cultural Colonization of Contemporary Art (Liverpool University Press and Tate Liverpool 2008)
  • Stetter, Stephen, World Society and the Middle East: Reconstructions in Regional Politics (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK 2008)
  • Craig, Blanche (ed.), Contemporary Glass (Black Dog, London 2008)
  • Sugimara, Hiroya (ed.), Twelve Travels: British Art in Sensibility and Experience (Cogitio, Japan 2008)
  • Heartney, Eleanor, Art & Today (Phaidon Press, London and New York 2008)
  • Mercurio, Gianni, Demetrio Paparoni and Davide Rampello, Timer: Intimità/Intimacy (Skira, Milan 2007)
  • Merkert, Jörn, Ursula Prinz, Anne Haun, Christian Tagger, Mark GisbourneIlija Trojanow and Wladimer Kaminer, Neue Heimat (Kerber, Leipzig, Germany 2007)
  • Pécoil, Vincent and Olivier Vadrot, The Freak Show (Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon 2007)
  • Bailer, Juli Cho, Mining Glass (Museum of Glass, Tacoma 2007)
  • Bertola, Chiara and Gianfranco Maraniello, On Mobility (Charta, Italy 2007)
  • Acton, Mary, Learning to Look at Modern Art (Routledge, London and New York 2007)
  • University of the Arts London conferments ceremony (University of the Arts, London, 2007)
  • Chadwick, Whitney, Women, Art, and Society (Thames & Hudson, London, 2007)
  • Israel, Glenis, Essential Art Victorian: Essential Learning Standards- levels 5 & 6 (John Wiley and Sons, Australia 2007)
  • Getlein, Mark, Living with Art (McGraw Hill, London 2007)
  • Merewether, Charles, 2006 Biennale of Sydney: Zones of Contact (Art Gallery of New South Wales and Biennale of Sydney 2006)
  • Fitzsimmons, Claire, Kit Hammonds, Margot Heller and Jens Hoffmann, Around the World in Eighty Days (The Institute of Contemporary Art and The South London Gallery 2006)
  • Contemporary Art under the Influence: Including Artists for Chianati ( ex.cat. Phillips de Pury & Company, New York 2006)
  • Robinson, Deborah and Ceri Lewis, New Art on View (Scala Publishers, Wolverhampton, UK 2006)
  • Leismann, Burkhard and Ralf Scherer, Diagnosis (Art): Contemporary Art Reflecting Medicine (Wienand, Berlin 2006)
  • Martinez, Rosa, Venedik – Istanbul Venice – Istanbul, Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts 2006)
  • Walwin, Jeni, Henry Krokatsis, James Flint, Janna Levin and Sally O’ Reilly, You’ll Never Know (Hayward Gallery, London 2006)
  • Loock, Ulrich, The 80s: A Topology (Museu Serralves, Porto 2006)
  • Oliveira, Filipa, (Re)Volver (Instituto das Artes, Lisbon 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)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Pi Li and Emily Butler, Aftershock: Contemporary British art 1990 – 2006 (The British Council, London 2006)
  • Jones, Amelia, Self/Image (Routledge, Oxon, UK and New York, 2006)
  • Guillemot, Michel, L’Art Moderne et Contemporain (Larousse, Paris 2006)
  • Belliti, Chiara, Eretica (Civica Galleria d’ Arte Moderna, Palermo, Italy 2006)
  • Baume, Nicholas, Super Vision (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2006)
  • F Chanzit, Dr Gwen, In Limbo (Victoria H Myhren Gallery, School of Art and Art History, University of Denver, Colorado 2005)
  • Weimarck, Torsten, Mårten Snickare, Eva-Lena Bengtsson, Ove Hagelin, Måns Holst-Ekström, Karin Sidén, Ulrika Nilsson, Eva Ahrén Snickare and Solveig Jülichand Ingela Lind, Kroppen: konst och vetenskap (The National Museum of Fine Arts, Stockholm 2005)
  • Alison, Jane, Nuit Banai, Kathleen Madden, Alona Pardo, Donald Judd, Yves Klein and Hélio Oiticica, Colour after Klein: re-thinking colour in Modern and Contemporary art (Barbican Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing, London 2005)
  • Lippert, Werner, Video II: Allegorie (NRW-Forum Kultur and Wirtschaft Dusseldorf, Germany 2005)
  • Jensen, Mona, Fairy Tales Forever (Aros Denmark 2005)
  • Hasegawa, Yuko, Shin Kurosawa, Takeshi Kimura and Chieko Kitade, The Encounters in the 21st Century: Polyphony – Emerging Resonances (21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan 2005)
  • Heynen, Julian and Kasper König, Des Deux Côtes du Rhin-Mouvement/Ambiance (K21, Düsseldorf; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; and Snoeck, Cologne 2005)
  • Montani, Pietro, Guardani: Percezione del Video (Palazzo delle papesse centro arte contemporanea, Siena 2005)
  • Snyder, Stepanie and Alix Ohlin, Mona Hatoum (Douglas F Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed Gallery, Portland 2005)
  • Kafetsi, Anna, Transcultures (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens 2005)
  • Recht, Roland, La Peau Est ce qu’ Il y a de Plus Profond (Musee des Beaux-Arts de Valenciennes, France 2005)
  • Hsieh, Lisa, Carl Solander, Coryn Kempster, Ross Adams, Ross Cisneros, Lydia Kallipoliti, Emmanuel Petit, Udi Kassif, Ganit Mayslits, Alona Nitzan-Shiftan, Leonardo Bonnani, Tamar Tembeck, Tim Campos, Kelly Dobson, Mark Jarzombek, Natalie Jeremijenko, Anna Klingmann, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Travis Hanks and Chris Muskopf, Inversions (Thresholds, Massachusetts 2005)
  • Heinrich, Christoph and Nina Zimmer, IM BLICKFELD die jahre 2003/2004 in der Hamburger Kunsthalle (Hamburger Kunsthalle und die Autoren, Hamburg 2005
  • Von Bismarck, Beatrice, Grenzbespielungen: Visuelle Politik in der Ubergangszone (Galerie der Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig, Walter Konig, Koln 2005)
  • Hall, John R, Blake Stimson, Lisa Tamiris Becker, Visual Worlds (Routledge, Oxon, UK 2005)
  • Clifford, Timothy, Choice: Twenty-one Years of Collecting for Scotland (The National Galleries of Scotland 2005)
  • Dickins, Rosie, The Usborne Book of Art (Usborne Publishing, London 2005)
  • Dziewior, Yilmaz, Marc Scheps, Barbara M Thiemann, Kunst-Welten im dialog Von Gauguin zur globalen Gegenwart (Museum Ludwig Cologne, Dumont, Germany 2005)
  • Von Hardenberg, Irene, Künstlerinnen: Atelierbesuche in Berlin, Moskau, New York (Gerstenberg, Berlin 2005)
  • Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, No. 1 First Works by 362 artists (Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 2005)
  • Shani, Annushka. Eclipse. Towards The Edge of the Visible (Jay Jopling / White Cube, London 2004)
  • D Lowry, Glenn, MoMA Highlights: 350 Works from the Museum of Modern Art New York (The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1999-2004)
  • Becker, Ilka, Frank Frangenberg, Gerrit Gohlke, Barbara Hess, Ulrike Lehmann, Holger Liebs, Petra Löffler, Nina Goldberg, RoseLee, Performance: Live Art since The 60s (Thames & Hudson, London 1998-2004)
  • Hatoum, Mona (curator), Here is Elsewhere (MoMA, Queens, New York 2004), interview with the artist by Fereshteh Daftari
  • González de Durana, Javier, Eduardo González Calleja, José Luis Ledesma, Sandra Souto Kustrín and Fernando Castro Flórez, Laocoonte Devorado: Arte y Violencia Política (Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain 2004)
  • Logan, Kent and Dean Sobel, A New Modernism for a New Millennium: Abstraction and Surrealism are Reinvented in the Internet Age (The Logan Collection Vail, Colorado 2004)
  • Hlavajova, Maria Gerarado Mosquera, Pauline Kleijer, Bik van der Pol, Cordially Invited (Basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, the Netherlands 2004)
  • Deitch, Jeffrey, Monument to Now (DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, London, 2004)
  • Foster, Alicia, Tate Women Artists (Tate Publishing, London 2004)
  • De Cecco, Emanuela, Non Toccare la Donna Bianca: Conversations with the Artists (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino 2004)
  • Windsor, Alan, British Sculptors of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate Publishing, Hants 2003)
  • Die Wohltat der Kunst: Post/Feministische Positionen der Neunziger Jahre aus der Sammlung Goetz (Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany 2002)
  • Documenta 11_ platform 5: ausstellung/exhibition (cat. exh. Die Deutsche Bibliothek, 2002);texts by Heike Ander, Carlos Basualdo, Barbara Clausen, Stephanie Mauch, Mark Nash, Angelika Nollert, Christian Rattermeyer, Karin Rebbert, Nadja Rottner, Octavio Zaya
  • Möntmann, Helen Simpson, Raimar Stange and Astrid Wege, Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century (Taschen, Cologne, Germany 2001)
  • Settembrini, Luigi, The 1st Valencia Biennial Communication between the Arts (Generalitat Valenciana, Spain 2001)
  • Saunders, Christopher, Sincerely Yours (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo 2000)
  • Thorkildsen, Åsmund and Øystein Ustvedt, Sincerely Yours (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Moderne Art, Oslo 2000)
  • Bille, Jana, Dimensions Variable (The British Council, London 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)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Ure-Smith, Jane, ‘Complicated positions’, FTWeekend, 6 September 2015, p.13
  • Hatoum, Mona, ‘Advertisement – Refugee Crisis: A Call to Action’, The Guardian, 11 September 2015, p.18
  • ArtAnd, Australia, Issue N. 51.3, pp. 398-403
  • Talat, Moody, ‘Sheikah Mayassan opens Hatoum’s ‘Turbulence’ expo at MATHAF’, Qatar Tribune, 7 February 2014, p.15
  • Seaman, Anna, ‘Mona Hatoum’s show open in MATHAF, Doha’, The National: The Art Blog, 6 February 2014
  • Quilty, Jim, ‘An art of disrupted continents and hair’, The Daily Star, Art and Culture, 13 February 2013
  • ‘The Art of Britain: How ‘Art Everywhere’ promises to turn the UK into the World’s largest gallery’, The Guardian(Art Everywhere Supplement), 10 August 2013; text by Charlotte Higgins
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Mersey’s beating art’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 23 September 2012, pp.10-11
  • Duguid, Hannah, ‘The city with art at its heart’, Independent (Radar), 8 September 2012, pp.22-23
  • Ball, Anna, ‘Impossible intimacies: Towards a visual politics of “Touch” at the Israeli-Palestinian border’, Journal for Cultural Research, Vol. 16, No.2-3, April-July 2012, pp.175-195
  • Campbell, Duncan, ‘Banged up abroad’, The Guardian (G2), 19 April 2012, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘Arter hosts Mona Hatoum’s first solo exhibit in Turkey’, Hurriyetdailynews.com, 20 March 2012
  • Owen, William, ‘Gallery review: Tufts exhibits fills sculpture court with diverse artworks: International artist tackle weighty issues through variety of media’, Tuftsdaily.com, 27 February 2012
  • Raina, Pamposh, ‘India Fair goes international’, India.blogs.nytimes.com, 24 January 2012
  • Spence, Rachel, ‘Seriously Contemporary’, Financial Times (Arts & Books), 24-25 September 2011, p.9
  • Ruiz, Christina, ‘Collector plans ‘serious space in Shanghai’, The Art Newspaper, No.226, July-August 2011, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘News briefs (Awards), ARTnews, April 2011, p.56
  • Un-authored, ‘Prize Joan Miro 2011’, Huma3.com, 10 April 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘The art of war: women at the front’, The Independent, 8 April 2011, p.6
  • Khadra, Ali, ‘Art renaissance of the Middle East’, Art Times, 17 March 2011, pp.10-11
  • Stolias, Helen, ‘Artists boycott Guggenheim Abu Dhabi project’, Theartnewspaper.com, 17 March 2011
  • Hudson, mark, ‘Mona Hatoum: Bunker, White Cube, Mason’s Yard’, Theartdesk.com, 15 March 2011
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Exhibitions’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 5 March 2011, p.18
  • Luke, Ben, ‘As unrest ripples across the Middle East, few artists work is more relevant than Mona Hatoum’, Evening Standard, 25 February 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Exhibition of new work by Lebanese artist Mona Hatoum at White Cube Mason’s Yard’, Artdaily.org, 3 March 2011
  • Rakete, Jim, ‘Palestinian-British artist Mona Hatoum announced as winner of the 2011 Joan Miro Prize’, Artdaily.org, 7 February 2011
  • Arhonov, Ram, ‘The repose of the swings’, Border Line, 2011, pp.11-14
  • Mikdadi, Salwa, ‘The States of being in Mona Hatoum’s artwork’, Daratalfunun.org, January 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Disturbing currents’, Dailyserving.com, January 2011
  • Waldemar Januszczak, ‘At the bottom’, The Sunday Times (art), 30 January 2011, pp.10-11
  • Skye, Sherwin, ‘Keeping it real’, Time Out (exhibitions), 1-7 January 2011, p.32
  • Chang, Ena Ying-Tzu and Chin-tao Wu, ‘Mona Hatoum, artist in residence: a nomad’s relationship to community’, The Journal of Art Theory & Practice, 2010, pp.85-104
  • Un-authored, ‘In three decades of haunting sculpture, performance and video, Mona Hatoum has refined her often psychologically brutal practice but she has not blunted its power’, ArtAsiaPacific 2010, p.78
  • Barnett, Laura, ‘First, take your 6ft cheese-grater’, The Guardian (G2), 13 December 2010, pp. 20-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Prison Hospitals as Health Care Education’, Openinvo.com, June 2010; images by Mona Hatoum
  • Parry, James, ‘Finding the essence: Mona Hatoum’, Canvas, January- February 2010, pp.114-129
  • Smith, Janet, ‘Leonardo Da Vinci show and Vancouver Art Gallery free during Olympics’, Straight.com, 4 February 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘In three decades of haunting sculpture, performance and video, Mona Hatoum has refined her often psychologically brutal practice, but she has not blunted its power…’, ArtAsiaPacific, January 2010, p.73
  • Dabkowski, Colin, ‘Full-speed ahead: Albright-Knox adds bold new work to its collection’, Buffalonews.com, 12 January 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘MIA to Present Inaugural Show by Newly Appointed Contemporary Art Curator’, Artdaily.org, 7 January 2010
  • Dogliani, Jenny, ‘Luci della ribalta, anzi della rivolta’, Il Giornale dell’Arte, No.293, December 2009, p.76
  • Un-authored, ‘C’è un bel clima alla Royal Academy’, Il Giornale dell’Arte, No.293, December 2009
  • Coxhead, Gabriel, ‘Can art help stop climate change?’ Time Out, 10-16 December 2009, p.46
  • Hari, Johann, ‘At last our artists are confronting the reality of climate change,’ The Independent, 9 December 2009, p.31
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Dreams and nightmares of today’s world,’ The Daily Telegraph, 8 December 2009, p.31
  • Un-authored, ‘Exhibitions’, The Guardian (Guide), 28 November – 4 December 2009, pp.38-39
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Artists to the rescue’, Evening Standard, 3 December 2009, pp.46-47
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘The end of the world?’, The Times, 2 December 2009, p.14
  • Pearman, Hugh, ‘What on earth is this?’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 22 November 2009, p.14
  • Chan, Carson, ‘Meeting the maker’, Kaleidoscope, September – October 2009, pp.142-145
  • Jarque, Fietta, ‘El minimalismo ‘infectado’ de Mona Hatoum’, El País, 9 October 2010
  • Volk, Gregory, ‘Pinault’s value-based initiative’, Art in America, September 2009, pp.113-118
  • Hirsch, Faye, ‘Be afraid, be in love: collateral exhibitions in Venice’, Art in America, September 2009, pp.113-117
  • Poshyanada, Apinan, ‘Guggenheim Museum Abu Dhabi: A creative city in the desert’, Bangkok Post, 14 September 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Changing Earth’, World Sculpture News, Vol.15, No.4, Autumn 2009, pp.12-13
  • Louria-Hayon, Adi, ‘Translocation: the move from external unity to the multiple self’, Afterimage, Vol.37 No.1, July – August 2009, pp.16-21
  • Spence, Rachel, ‘At home in a state of exile’, Financial Times Europe, 18 June 2009, p.11
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘A more serene bennale’, The New York Times Online, 7 June 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Mona Hatoum’s inner landscapes’, The Art Newspaper Venezia, No.1, June 2009, p.20
  • MacAdam, Barbara A, ‘53rd Venice Biennale’, ARTnews, Summer 2009, pp.118-9
  • Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, February 2009, p.62
  • Tang, Eugene, ‘Review’, Bloomberg.com, 23 February 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Domestic disturbances for Manchester’, Art World, No.8, December 2008- January 2009, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘The impossible prison’, Frieze, No.119, November-December 2008, p.30
  • Bal, Mieke, ‘Esteticas migratorias: movimeinto doble’, Exit, No.32, November 2008 – January 2009, pp.138-161
  • Mottram, Jack, ‘A view of life up close and personal’, The Herald, 31 October 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘1000 artworks to see before you die’, The Guardian, 28 October 2008, p.5
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘The definitive guide to Modern British art’ The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.14
  • Field, David, ‘Rockerfeller foundation announces Inaugural Bellagio Centre’, Modernghana.com, 17 October 2008
  • Wecher, Menachem, ‘Chicago Jewish museum cancels show of Israeli and Palestinian maps’, Thearabamericannews.com, 19 August 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Going out…staying in’, The Times, 7 August 2008, p.27
  • Wright, Karen, ‘I am not trying to illustrate my personal experience’, The Art Newspaper, 6 August 2008
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Mona Hatoum: emotional grenades’, Art World, June-July 2008, pp.54-59
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: major spaces’, Time Out, 10-16 July 2008, p.64
  • Ossian, Ward, ‘Reviews’, Time Out, 10-16 July 2008, p.63
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: major spaces’, Time Out, 3-9 July 2008, p.64
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Art with a world of meanings’, The Independent (Extra), 24 June 2008, p.20
  • Chapman, Peter, ‘Pick of the week’, The Independent (The Information), 14-20 June 2008, p.13
  • Guner, Fisun, ‘Art review, Present Tense: Mona Hatoum’, Metro (Life), 16 June 2008, p.33
  • Guner, Fisun, ‘No way home’, The New Statesman, 16 June 2008, pp.42-43
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Oh, what a lovely war’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 15 June 2008, p.18
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘Mischief stirs on the battlefield’, The Times (Times2), 11 June 2008, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Arts’, The Times (Times2), 11 June 2008, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘AUB announces recipients of 2008 honorary doctorates’, The Daily Star (Lebanon), 3 June 2008
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘Present tense: Mona Hatoum at the Parasol Unit, London N1’, Timesonline.co.uk, 11 June 2008
  • Smart, Alastair, ‘Simple politics’, The Sunday Telegraph, 1 June 2008, p.39
  • Hobbs, James, ‘United Kingdom, our selection’, The Art Newspaper, No.192, June 2008, pp.78-79
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice: Mona Hatoum, Parasol Unit’, The Art Newspaper, June 2008, p.78
  • Seipel, Spunk, ‘Mona Hatoum – Hanging gardens’, Kunst Magazine (Berlin), June 2008, pp.3-6 and 1
  • Borcherdt, Gesine, ‘Der Oh-oh-Effekt’, Monopol, May 2008, pp.96-102
  • Hurwitz, Laurie, ‘Mona Hatoum’, ARTnews, April 2008, p.152
  • Legrenzi, Susanna, ‘Mona Lisa: non abita piu qui’, IO Donna, April 2008, pp.140-142
  • Cullinan, Nicholas, ‘Review: Mona Hatoum, Darat al Funun’, Artforum, February 2009, pp.210 - 211
  • Un-authored, ‘776 spheres of glass, to be exact’, The Seattle Times, 2 February 2008
  • Wu, Chin-Tao, ‘Worlds apart: problems of interpreting globalised art’, Third Text, Vol.21, No.6, November 2007, pp.719-731
  • Un-authored, ‘Mit Haut und Haar’, Brigitte Woman, June 2007, pp.61-64
  • Morra, Joanne, ‘Daughter’s tongue: the intimate distance of translation’, Journal of visual culture, Vol.6, No.1, April 2007
  • Sumpter, Helen, ‘Mona Hatoum’, University of the Arts, Spring-Summer 2007, pp.21-23
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Mona Hatoum: hot spot’, Metro, 28 November 2006, p.29
  • Lack, Jessica, ‘Mona Hatoum: hot spot’, The Guardian, 25 November 2006, p.37
  • Aukeman, Anastasia, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art in America, March 2006, p.146
  • Hall, Emily, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Artforum, February 2006, p.210
  • Un-authored, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Blind Date, 2006, pp.84-85
  • Un-authored, ‘Who is dating who: the artists’ biographies’, Blind Date, 2006, pp.206-218
  • Motley, John, ‘Mona Hatoum’, The Portland Mercury, 10 November 2005
  • Cottingham, Laura, ‘Internationa artist-in-residence, New Works 99.2’, Artpace, 5 September 2005
  • Holmes, Pernilla, ‘Making the ordinary anything but’, ARTNews, May 2005, pp.124-127
  • Dzuverovic, Lina, ‘Turin: Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo: non toccare la donna bianca’, Contemporary, May 2005, pp.56-58
  • Un-authored, ‘Beyond East and West: seven transnational artists’, Art Daily (USA), 10 March 2005
  • Low, Lenny Ann, ‘The shock value of a sharper look at everyday objects’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 March 2005
  • Aннa Cверryн. ‘Искyccтво Покyпaть ВьІгоДно’, АΡΤXΡΟΗИΚА, No.3, 2004, pp.96-105
  • Linklater, Magnus, ‘More politics less pap’, Scotland on Sunday, 24 October 2004
  • Causey, Melissa, ‘Mexican inspiration on display’, The Daily Trojan, 1 September 2004
  • Un-authored, Artco, July 2004, pp.118-119
  • Beechey, James, ‘Stranger in a strange land’, Financial Times, 11-12 May 2002
  • Wilson Lloyd, Ann, ‘A nomadic artist creates art on the fly’, New York Times, June 3, 2001
  • Francblin, Catherine, ‘Mona Hatoum - sous tension’, Beaux Arts, Paris, May 2000, pp.54-59
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist of the month - Mona Hatoum’, Tatler (London), April 2000, p.50
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Identity Parade’, Time Out, 22-29 March 2000, p.22-23
  • Richard, Frances, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Artforum (New York), January 2000, p.114
  • Pacher-Theinburg, Regina, ‘Mona Hatoum in London - Drei neue Kommissionen der Tate Britain’, Parnass (Vienna), January 2000, pp.128-129
  • Leydier, Richard, ‘Mona Hatoum: le creux de l'enfer’, Art Press (Paris), No.252, December 1999, pp.79-81
  • Small, Irene, ‘Mona Hatoum’, NY Arts, Vol.4, No.12, December 1999, p.47
  • Sirmans, Franklin, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Time Out (New York), 2-9 December 1999, p.110
  • Pedersen, Victoria, ‘Gallery go-round’, Paper (New York), November 1999, p.152
  • Lewis, Clare, ‘Sublime spaces’, Contemporary Visual Arts (London), No.19, 1998, pp.20-25
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Cheapness means forgiveness’, Contemporary Visual Arts (London), No.19, 1998, pp.54-60
  • Camnitzer, Luis, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Nexus, No.29, August-October 1998, pp.100-102
  • Damianovic, Maria, ‘New York: una stagione di artisti in galleria’, Tema Celeste (Milan), No.69-70, July-September 1998, p.63
  • Harper, Paula, ‘Visceral Geometry’, Art in America (New York), September 1998, pp.106-111
  • Kaplan, Janet A, ‘The quiet in the land: everyday life, Contemporary Art, and the Shakers - A Conversation’, Art Journal (New York), Summer 1998, pp.5-27
  • Dimitrakaki, Angela, ‘Mona Hatoum: a shock of a different kind’, Third Text, No.43, Summer 1998, pp.92-95
  • Mahoney, Elisabeth, ‘Claustrophobia’, Art Monthly, No.218, July-August 1998, pp.40-41
  • Herzog, Samuel, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Kunst-Bulletin, Zurich, No.7-8, July-August 1998, p.35
  • Dickson, E Jane, ‘Body of work’, The Independent on Sunday Magazine, 1 August 1998
  • Morrisey, Simon, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Untitled (London), No.16, Summer 1998, p.26
  • Cohen, Michael, ‘Mona Hatoum: The New Museum’, Flash Art (Milan), Vol.31, No.200, May-June 1998
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Infinity and beyond’, The Sunday Times, London, 10 May 1998
  • Garb, Tamar, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Monthly, No.216, May 1998, pp.31-32
  • Pollack, Barbara, ‘Mona Hatoum’, ArtNews (New York), Vol.97, No, 5, May 1998, p.172
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Creature discomforts: Mona Hatoum deals with displacement’, Time Out, 15-22 April 1998, p.50
  • Feaver, William, ‘Mona Hatoum’, The Observer on Sunday, 12 April 1998
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Blurred visions worthy of the Turner Prize’, The Independent, 7 April 1998
  • Israel, Nico, ‘Mona Hatoum: New Museum of Contemporary Art’, Artforum (New York), April 1998, p.114
  • Antoni, Janine, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Bomb (New York), No.63, Spring 1998, pp.54-61
  • Masterson, Piers, ‘Bodily observations’, Tate Magazine, No.14, Spring 1998, p.6
  • Grabner, Michelle, ‘Positive and negative’, Frieze, No.38, January-February 1998, pp.70-73
  • Connors, Thomas, ‘Mona Hatoum: Chicago’, Sculpture, Vol.16, No.10, December 1997, pp.67-68
  • Schjeldahl, Peter, ‘Gut reaction’, The Village Voice (New York), Vol.42, No.51, 23 December 1997, p.10
  • Halle, Howard, ‘Perfect stranger’, Time Out (New York), 18-25 December 1997, p.56
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘Pangs of exile and lost childhood’, The New York Times, 5 December 1997
  • Fisher, Jennifer, ‘Relational sense: towards a haptic aesthetics’, Parachute (Montréal), July-September 1997, pp.4-11
  • Curtis, Sarah, ‘Quiet confidants’, World Art (Sydney), No.14, Autumn 1997, pp.58-62
  • McAllister, Jackie, ‘Mona Hatoum: shifting ground’, Grand Street 62 (New York), Vol.16, No.2, Autumn 1997, pp.200-209
  • Thackara, Davina, ‘Artward bound’, Artists Newsletter (London), July 1997, pp.12-13
  • Casapietra, Tiziana, ‘Mona Hatoum: Via farini’, Flash Art (Milan), No.201, December 1996-January 1997
  • Baker, Kenneth, ‘San Francisco: Mona Hatoum’, ARTnews (New York), December 1996, pp.126-127
  • Shapira, Sarit, ‘Mona Hatoum: Anadiel’, Flash Art (Milan), Vol.29, No.190, October 1996, pp.121-122
  • Spinelli, Claudia, ‘Interview with Mona Hatoum’, Das Kunst-Bulletin (Zurich), No.9, September 1996, pp.16-23
  • Ross, Christine, ‘To touch the other: a story of corpo-electronic surfaces’, Public (Toronto), No.13, 1996, pp.55-61
  • Arning, Bill, ‘Two serious ladies’, The Village Voice (New York), 9 April 1996
  • Cherubini, Laura, ‘Mona Hatoum: Accademia Britannica’, Flash Art (Milan), No.196, February-March 1996, pp.102-103
  • Kingston, Angela, ‘Mona Hatoum: White Cube’, Flash Art (Milan), Vol.28, April 1995
  • Nilsson, John Peter, ‘In Limbo: Mona Hatoum Interviewed by John Peter Nilsson’, Siksi - the Nordic Art Review (Helsinki), No.1, 1995, pp.21 and 22
  • Rankin-Reid, Jane, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art &Text (Sydney), No.51, 1995, p.82
  • Macri, Teresa, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Virus (Milan), October 1995, pp.48-49
  • Macdonald, Marianne, ‘The inside story’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 August 1995, pp.14-15
  • Akar, Mirese, ‘Un exil apprivoisé’, Qantara (Paris), No.15, April-June 1995, pp.52-53
  • Anson, Libby, ‘Mona Hatoum, White Cube’, Art Monthly, March 1995
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Mona Hatoum: White Cube’, Time Out, 25 January-1 February 1995
  • Miyamura, Noriko, ‘Interview with Mona Hatoum’, BT Magazine (Tokyo), Vol.47, No.700, January 1995 pp.72-73 and 108-109
  • Mariño, Melanie, ‘Mona Hatoum at CRG’, Art in America (New York), January 1995, pp.97-98
  • Lind, Maria, ‘Mona Hatoum's state of emergency’, Paletten (Göteborg), No.219, April 1994, pp.8-11 and 40
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Three who know political conflict’, New York Times, 11 November 1994
  • Heartney, Eleanor, ‘Sens et sensibilité: sense and sensibility’, Art Press, No.195, October 1994, pp.2-3
  • Brignone, Patricia, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Press (Paris), No.195, October 1994, p.77
  • Tougas, Colette, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Parachute (Montréal), No.75, July-September 1994
  • Berger, Laurel, ‘Mona Hatoum in between, outside & in the margins’, Art News (New York), September 1994, p.149
  • Collin, Françoise, ‘Mona Hatoum, voiles et grillages’, Bloc notes (Paris), No.7, Autumn 1994, p.74
  • Abrioux, Yves and Grant, Simon, ‘Mona Hatoum at the Pompidou: two responses’, Untitled (London), No.6, Autumn 1994, p.5
  • Gisbourne, Mark, ‘Visione Britannica: notions of space’, Art Monthly, July- August 1994
  • Hess, Elizabeth, ‘Minimal women’, The Village Voice (New York), 5 July 1994
  • Lebovici, Elisabeth, ‘Mona Hatoum, intérieur nuit’, Liberation, Paris, 2-3 July 1994
  • Agassi, Meir, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Studio Magazine (Tel Aviv), No.54, June-July 1994, pp.21-25
  • Drucker, Johanna, ‘Sense and sensibility’, Third Text, Summer 1994, Vol.8, No.27, pp.103-107
  • Louppe, Laurence, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Press (Paris), December 1993, No.186, p.89
  • MacRitchie, Lynn, ‘Uneasy rooms’, Art in America (New York), October 1993, pp.60-63
  • Smith, Caroline, ‘Lights out’, Women's Art Magazine (London), July-August 1993, p.28
  • Marks, Laura U, ‘Sexual hybrids’, Parachute (Montréal), No.70, April-June 1993, pp.22-29
  • Hatton, Brian, ‘Umspace’, Art Monthly, No.167, June 1993, pp.19-21
  • Baert, Renee, ‘Desiring daughters’, Screen (London), Vol.34, No.2, Summer 1993, pp.109-123
  • MacRichie, Lynn, ‘Uncomfortable installations’, Financial Times, 21 May 1993, p.19
  • Feaver, William, ‘Inner space terrors’, The Observer, 16 May 1993, p.60
  • Cameron, Dan, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Artforum (New York), April 1993, p.92
  • Faure Walker, Caryn, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Monthly (London), No.164, March 1993, pp.22-23
  • Archer, Michael, ‘Mona Hatoum: Mario Flecha’, Artforum (New York), December 1992, pp.107-108
  • Rendell, Clare, ‘Mona Hatoum: new installations, 1990-92’, ArtReview (London), December 1992, p.39
  • Jennings, Rose, ‘Mona Hatoum: Mario Flecha’, Time Out, 4-11 November 1992, p.44
  • Pontbriand, Chantal, ‘Pour la suite du monde’, Parachute (Montréal), No.68, October-December 1992, p.52
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘The faces of death’, The New York Times, 13 September 1991
  • Usherwood, Paul, ‘TSWA: newcastle’, Art Monthly, No.141, November 1990, p.21
  • Philippi, Desa, ‘Mona Hatoum, the witness beside herself’, Parachute (Montréal), No.58, April-June 1990, pp.10-15
  • Watkins, Jonathan, ‘World chronicle: odd forms in everyday places’, Art International (Winter), No.9, 1989, p.79
  • Brett, Guy, ‘Mona Hatoum at the showroom’, Art in America (New York), November 1989, pp.205-206
  • Stathatos, John, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Art Monthly, September 1989, p.16
  • Currah, Mark, ‘Mona Hatoum: showroom’, City Limits, No.408, 27 July-3 August 1989, p.56
  • Wakely, Shelagh, ‘Mona Hatoum: showroom’, Time Out, No.987, 19-26 July 1989, p.39
  • Bennet, Oliver, ‘British performance on the EDGE’, The New Art Examiner (Chicago), February 1989, pp.62-63
  • Hamlyn, Nicky, ‘The London Film Festival: new British film and video’, Art Monthly, No.123, February 1989, p.32
  • Bode, Steven, ‘Review: measures of distance’, City Limits, No.354, 14-21 July 1988, p.60
  • Christakos, Margaret, ‘Identity and resistance’, Fuse (Toronto), Vol.11, No.6, July 1988, pp.32-35
  • Biggs, Simon, ‘Video and Architecture’, Mediamatic (Amsterdam), Vol.2, No.4, June 1988, pp.176-179
  • Rogers, Steve, ‘The National review of live art’, Performance, No.50-51, November-January 1988, p.45
  • Durland, Steven, ‘Throwing a hot coal in a bathtub: London's Edge 88’, High Performance (Los Angeles), No.44, Winter 1988, pp.37-38
  • Brett, Guy, ‘Experiment or institutionalisation’, Performance, No.47, May-June 1987, pp.34-35
  • Diamond, Sara, ‘An interview with Mona Hatoum’, Fuse (Toronto), Vol.10, No.5, April 1987, pp.46-52
  • Stathatos, John, ‘Does the future have an image?’, Creative Camera (London), No.7, 1986, p.36
  • Burwell, PD, ‘Hostile realities’, High Performance (Los Angeles), Vol.8, No.2, 1985, pp.91-92
  • Rans, Goldie, ‘The paradigmatic phrase: performance art’, Vanguard (Vancouver), October 1985, pp.21-23
  • Brett, Guy, ‘« Roadworks » at Brixton Art Gallery’, Artscribe (London), No.53, July-August 1985, pp.61-62
  • Pevere, Geoff, ‘Collision in the capital’, Fuse (Toronto), Vol.9, No.1-2, Summer 1985, pp.47-50
  • Lee, Roger, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Parallelogramme (Toronto), Vol.10, No.4, April-May 1985, p.39
  • Rigby Watson, Petra, ‘Mona Hatoum’, Vanguard (Vancouver), March 1985, pp.32-33
  • Briers, David, ‘Highlands and deserts: a performance pilgrimage’, Performance, No.31, September-October 1984, pp.15-25
  • Elwes, Catherine, ‘Notes from a video performance by Mona Hatoum, film Co-op 11 July 1980’, Undercut, March-April 1981, pp.28-29
  • Roberts, John, ‘Five days at Battersea Arts Centre’, Art Monthly, May 1980, No.36, pp.20-22


Other media

  • The Eye: Mona Hatoum (VHS - Illuminations Publishing 2001)