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Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Sam Taylor-Johnson, Second Floor, Steidl, Göttingen 2014
  • Sam Taylor-Johnson, Birth of a Clown, Steidl, Göttingen 2013
  • Sam Taylor-Wood ,(Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2006); interview with the artist by Louise Neri
  • Sam Taylor-Wood: Still Lives (BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead & Steidl, Göttingen 2006); texts by Peter Doroshenko, Harland Miller, James Fox and Annushka Shani
  • Southern, Antje, Himmlische Frauen (Elisabeth Sandmann, Munich 2006)
  • Borovsky, Alexander and Olesya Turkina, Sam Taylor-Wood (The British Council Saint- Petersburg, Fontanka 2004)
  • Sam Taylor-Wood. Self Portrait Suspended (White Cube, London 2004)
  • Nochlin, Linda, Sam Taylor-Wood: Crying Men (Matthew Marks, New York; White Cube, London; and Steidl, Gottingen 2004)
  • Visser, Hripsime, Sam Taylor-Wood: The Passion Cycle (BAWAG Foundation, Vienna 2003)
  • Januszczak, Waldemer, To Be Or Not To Be: Sam Taylor-Wood (Shiseido Corporate Culture Department, Tokyo 2002)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Jeremy Millar and Clare Carolin, Sam Taylor-Wood (Hayward Gallery, London and Steidl Publishers, Gottingen 2002)
  • Visser, Hripsimé, Sam Taylor-Wood. Films and Photography (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2002)
  • Sam Taylor-Wood: Contact (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 2001)
  • Hentschel, Martin and Michael O’Pray, Third Party (Wurttembergishcher Kunstverein Stuttgart and Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern-Ruit 2000
  • O’Pray, Michael, Sam Taylor-Wood (Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw 2000)
  • W Ferguson, Bruce, Nancy Spector, Michael Bracewell and Germano Celant. Sam Taylor-Wood (Fondazione Prada, Milan 1999); texts by Bruce W Ferguson, Nancy Spector, Michael Bracewell
  • Bürgi, Bernhard, Kjeld Kjeldsen, Waldemar Januszczak and Will Self. Sam Taylor-Wood (Kunsthalle Zurich and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek 1997)
  • Martínez, Rosa and Gregor Muir, Five Revolutionary Seconds (Fundació ‘la Caixa’, Barcelona 1997)
  • O’Pray, Michael and Jake Chapman, Sam Taylor-Wood (Chisenhale Gallery, City of Sunderland and White Cube, London 1996)
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, Unhinged (Bookworks, London 1996)
  • Sam Taylor-Wood (The Showroom, London 1994)


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Rosen, Aaron, Art + Religion in the 21st Century (Thames & Hudson, London 2015), p. 65
  • Shwules Museum and Deutsches Historiches Museum, Homosexualität_En (Standstein Verlag, Dresden 2015)
  • Wilcox, Claire, Alexander McQueen, (V&A Publishing, 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
  • Codognato, Mario, HE: The Hergott Shepard Photography Collection (University of Michigan Museum of Art, 2015); texts by Richard Meyer and Ann Goldstein
  • LaBelle, Brandon, Lexicon of the Mouth: Poetics and politics of voice and the oral imaginary (Bloomsbury, London 2014)
  • af Malmborg, Estelle (ed.), Barockt (Art and Theory Publishing, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm and Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden 2014); texts by Marianne Lindberg De Greer, Berndt Arell, Mårten Snickare, Martin Olin and Estelle af Malmborg
  • Filliot, Philippe, Illuminations Profanes: Art Contemporain et Spiritualite (Editions Scala, France 2014)
  • Petry, Michael, Nature Morte, (Thames and Hudson, 2013)
  • Brauner, Renat and Andreas Mailath-Pokormy, Kunst Passage Karlsplatz, (Wiener Linien and Kör, Kunst, 2013)
  • The Weak Sex: How Art Pictures the New Male (Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland 2013)
  • Slow: Marking Time in Photography and Film (Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA), Florida 2013)
  • Bird, Michael, 100 Ideas that Changed Art (Laurence King, London 2012)
  • Nichols, Catherine and Staupe, Gisela (ed.), Die Leidenschaften: Ein Drama in fünf Akten (Deutsche Hygiene Museum, Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen 2012 ): Texts by Hartmut Böhme, Ute Frevert, Mériam Korichi, Catherine Nichols and Sigrid Weigel.
  • Hallett, Jess and Jefferson Hack, Kate Moss (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 2012)
  • Kvaran, Gunnar B, Ingrid Pettersen and Hanne Beate Ueland, To Be With Art Is All We Ask, (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, 2012), p.252
  • Goyette, Caroline (ed.), Gifts for the seecond century. Noma 100. Celegbrating the Centennial of the New Orleans Museum of Art. (New Orleans Museum of Arts 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.
  • Brüderlin, Markus (ed.) The Art of Deceleration. Motion and rest in Art from Caspar David Friedrich to Ai Weiwei, (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Munich 2011), Texts by: Hartmut Böhme, Markus Brüderlin, Byung-Chul Han, Stefan Klein, Ulrich Ott, Stephan Rammler, Fritz Reheis, Hartmut Rosa, Uta Ruhkamp
  • Goetz, Ingvild, Touw, Susanne and UrbascheK, Stephan, Ascheműnder. Sammulung Goetz im Haus der Kunst. ( Hatje Cantz, Munchen 2011).
  • Baer, Ronni, Still Life from the MFA, Boston: Tradition Innovation, (Nagoya/ Boston Museum of Fine Art, 2011)
  • Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction (Routledge, Oxon, UK and New York 2011)
  • Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann, 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know (Prestel Verlag, Munich, London, New York, 2011)
  • 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
  • Olivares, Rosa (ed.), 100 Video Artists (Exit Publications, Spain 2010); text includes essays by David A Ross and Christine Van Assche
  • Hubbard, Sue, Adventures in Art: Selected Writings - 1990-2010 (Other Criteria, London 2010)
  • Brugger, Ingried and Heike Eipeldauer, Augenschmaus: Vom essen im stilleben (Prestel Verlag, Berlin 2010)
  • Daniels, Dieter and Sandra Naumann (ed.), See This Sound: Audiovisuology Compendium (Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Switzerland 2010)
  • Stoinska, Agata, Blow, Issue 2 (Blow Magazine, Dublin 2010)
  • Fichner-Rathus, Lois, Understanding Art (Wadsworth Cenage Learning, Boston 2010)
  • Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
  • Gehrig, Gerlinde and Ulrich Pfarr (Hg.), Handbuch psychoanalytischer Begriffe fur die Kunstwissenschaft (Psychosozial-Verlag, Denmark 2009)
  • Visser, Hripsime and Rik Suermondt, Fotografie in het Steadelijk: De geschiedenis van een collectie (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and NAi Uitgevers, Rotterdam 2009)
  • Bjerkhof, Sven (ed.), Reality Check (Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen 2008); texts by Anne Ring Petersen, Joachim Koester and Janna Lund
  • Manchev, Boyan, La métamorphose et l’instant: Désorganisation de la vie (La Phocide, Strasbourg 2009)
  • Koehler, Veronique, Création / Destruction (Pairs Musées 2008)
  • Acton, Mary, Guardare l’arte contemporanea (Einaudi, 2008)
  • The Art Fund Members’ Guide 2009 (The Art Fund, Kirkcaldy 2008)
  • Johannesen, Ina (ed.), Kaare Berntsen: Høstutstillingen (Oslo 2008)
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew (ed.), Art: The Definitive Visual Guide (Dorling Kindersly, London 2008)
  • Leighton, Tanya, Art and the Moving Image: A Critical Reader (Tate Publishing, London 2008)
  • Jones, Tricia (ed.), I-D Soul (Taschen 2008)
  • Pimentel, Taiyana, Las Implicationes De La Imagen (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Coyacán 2008)
  • Pipes, Alan, foundations of art + design (Laurence King Publishing, London 2008)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, A guide to modern + contemporary Art in the city: London (Quadrille, London 2008)
  • Heartney, Eleanor, Art & Today (Phaidon Press, London and New York 2008)
  • Høstutstillingen (Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Oslo 2008); texts by various authors
  • Hammer, Martin, The Naked Portrait (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2007)
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao 2007); texts by various authors
  • Moure, Gloria and Jean-Francois Chevrier, On History (Fundación Santander Central Hispano, Madrid 2007)
  • Manchev, Boran, The Body-Metamorphosis (Sofia, Bulgaria 2007)
  • Cuevas, F Javier Panera (ed.), Barrocos y Neobarroco: El Infierno de lo Bello (Fundacion Salamanca Ciudad de Cultura 2007)
  • Gielen, Denis, Atlas of Contemporary Art for use Everyone (Museum of Contemporary Arts of Grand-Hornu, Boussu 2007)
  • Acton, Mary, Learning to Look at Modern Art (Routledge, London and New York 2007)
  • Rodowick, DN, The Virtual Life of Film (Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London 2007)
  • Israel, Glenis, Essential Art Victorian Essential Learning Standards Levels 5 & 6 (Wiley 2007)
  • Imanse, Geurt, Aanwinsten / Acquisitions 1993 2003 (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2006)
  • Howgate, Sarah and Sandy Nairne, The Portrait Now (The National Portrait Gallery, London 2006)
  • Pommereau, Claude (ed.), Qu’ est-ce que la photographie aujourd’hui? (Beaux Arts/TTM Editions, Paris 2006)
  • Bracewell, Michael, Pi Li and Emily Butler, Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990 – 2006 (The British Council, London 2006)
  • Reilly, Maura and Linda Nochlin (eds.), Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art (Merrell, London and New York 2007)
  • Grundberg, Andy, Modern Photographs: The Machine, The Body and The City (Miami Art Museum 2006)
  • Martin, Maria, Espacio Interior: Inner Space (Consejeria de Cultura y Deportes/ Comunidad de Madrid 2006)
  • Grundberg, Andy, Modern Photographs the Machine, the Body and the City (Miami Art Museum 2006)
  • Block, René, Barbara Heinrich and Svetlana Petrović, Art, Life & Confusion (Belgrade Cultural Centre 2006)
  • Belliti, Chiara, Eretica (Civica Galleria d’ Arte Moderna, Palermo 2006)
  • Nata Libera (Gender Bender Festival Internazionale, Bologna 2006)
  • The Expanded Eye: Sehen – entgrenzt und verflüssigt (Kunsthaus Zürich and Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern 2006); texts by Bice Curiger, Ina Blom, Diedrich Diederichsen, Kurt W Forster, Al Rees and Rüdiger Wehner
  • Sip My Ocean: Video from the Louisiana Collection (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art 2006); texts by Poul Erik Tojner, Michael Juul Holm, Helle Sondergaard, Anders Kold, Kirsten Degel, Mette Marcus, Kjeld Kjeldsen, Henrik Holm and Af Helle Crenzien
  • Neri, Louise, Sam Taylor-Wood (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2006)
  • Kent, Rachel, Shelley Rice and Isolde Brielmaier, Masquerade: Representation and the self in contemporary art (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2006)
  • Pinakothek der Moderne (Pinakothek-Dumont, Munich 2006); text by various authors
  • The Suspended Moment (H & F Collection 2005); texts by Pascale Saarbach, Hilde Teerlinck, Hilde Van Gelder and Alex de Vries
  • Lippert, Werner, Video II: Allegorie (NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft Dusseldorf, Germany 2005)
  • Mengham, Rod, Sculpture in the Close 2005 (Jesus College, Cambridge 2005)
  • Wenzel, Petra, Werner Lippert, Silke Walther, Jennifer Blassing, Werner Lippert and Alexander Bruan, Video II: Allegorie (NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft Dusseldorf, 2005)
  • Grenville, Bruce, Douglas Coupland and Colin Ledwith Body: New Art from the UK (Vancouver Art Gallery 2005)
  • Getting Emotional (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston 2005); texts by Jill Medvedow, Nicholas Baume, Wayne Koestenbaum, Jennifer Doyle, Emily Moore and Bennett Simpson
  • Johannesen, Ina, Marianne Holtermann and Sarah Kent, London Calling: Y[oung] B[ritish] A[rtists] Criss-Crossed (Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Olso 2005)
  • Hoet, Jan, (My Private) Heroes (MARTa Herford and Kerber Verlag, Duisburg 2005)
  • Fast Forward (ZKM Centro de Arte y Medios, Karlsruhe; La Colección Goetz, Munich; and Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Madrid 2005); texts by Peter Weibel, Sabine Himmelsbach, Stephan Urbaschek, Katharina Vossenkuhl, Isabelle Verreet, Anke Hoffman, Rainald Schumacher, Ulrike Havemann, Andrea Buddensieg, Margit Rosen, Barbara Filser, Petra Kaiser, Domenika Szope and Katrin Kaschadt
  • E. Pahlke, Rosemarie, Per Hovdenakk, Christoph Kivelitz, Regina Selter, Cornelia Gerner, Barbara Nierhoff, Kirsten Xani and Ralf Seidel. Munch Revisited. Edvard Munch and the Art of Today (Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund and Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld 2005)
  • Stoddard, Sheena and Alexander Sturgis, The Stuff of Life (Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; and National Gallery Company, London 2005)
  • Melville, Stephen, The Lure of the Object (Sterling and Francine Clark Institute, Massachusetts 2005)
  • Dickins, Rosie, The Usborne Book of Art (Usborne Publishing, London 2005)
  • Herfoe, Marta, (my private) Heroes (MKK Herford, New York 2005)
  • Saunders, Christopher, Sincerely Yours (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo 2000)
  • Taideyhdistys, Suomen, Esineiden Maailma (Kunsthalle Helsinki 2005)
  • Mason, Antony, Sport, Culture and Entertainment (Reader’s Digest, London 2005)
  • Dreschke, Anja, Kunstfilm Biennale (Koln 2005)
  • Van den Bergh, Etienne, Contour 2005 (2nd Biennial for video art, Mechelen 2005)
  • Holdridge, Lin and Katy Macleod, Thinking Through Art. Reflections on art as research (Routledge, Oxon 2005)
  • Klingsöhr-Leroy, Cathrin, The Pinakothek der Moderne. Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Video (Scala Publishers, London and Verlag CH Beck, Munich 2005)
  • Pesmen, Curtis, The Colon Cancer Survivors’ Guide (Tatra Press, New Jersey 2005)
  • Mosley, Charles, Zoë Gullen, Daniel Sefton, Jo Aitchison and Ian Steuart Fothringham, Debrett’s People of Today 2005 (Debrett’s, London 2005)
  • Rosenblum, Robert, The Charged Image: From the Collection of Douglas S. Cramer, (Joseloff Gallery, Connecticut 2004)
  • Niemeyer, Thomas, You Press the Button (Revolver, Frankfurt am Main 2004)
  • Art Since 1900 (Thames and Hudson, London, 2004); texts by Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin HD Buchloh, Hal Foster and Rosalind Krauss
  • Davydova, Angelina, ‘Death becomes her’, St Petersburg Times, November 2004
  • Art, Money, Parties. New Institutions in the Political Economy of Contemporary Art (Liverpool University Press and Tate Liverpool 2004); texts by Jonathan Harris, Lewis Biggs, Stewart Home, Sadie Coles, Paul Usherwood, Rory Francis, Wolfgang Winter, Berthold Hörbelt, Daniel Birnbaum and Jeremy Valentine
  • Foster, Alicia, Tate Women Artists (Tate Publishing, London 2004)
  • Fréchuret, Maurice, Daniel Spoerri, Géraldine Girard-Fassier, Wim Delvoye, Laurence Dreyfus, Jana Sterbak and Jonas Storsve. Hors d’Oeuvre: ordre et désordes de la nouritture (capcMusée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Lyon 2004)
  • Mayo, Marti, Perspectives @ 25. A Quarter Century of New Art in Houston (Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas 2004); texts by Marti Mayo, Theresa Papanikolas, Nayland Blake, Cheryl A Brutvan, Emily Leland Todd, Dana Friis-Hansen, Marilyn A. Zeitlin, Lynn M. Herbert, Peter Doroshenko, Stephanie Smith, Peter Precourt, Paula Newton, Paola Morsiani and Valerie Cassel Oliver
  • Paisaje y Memoria. Landscape & Memory (La Casa Encendida and Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Gran Canaria 2004); texts by Alicia Chillida, John Berger, Christine Buci-Glucksmann, Roni Horn, Iñaki Ábalos, Beatriz Blanco, Rafael Bachiller, Lara Almárcegui and Teresa Galí
  • Das Grobe Fressen: Von Pop Bis Heute (Kunsthalle Bielefeld 2004)
  • Malá, Olga and Karel Srp, Other Times: Contemporary British Art (City Gallery, Prague and British Council, London 2004)
  • Cotter, Suzanne, Interview (Modern Art Oxford, Oxford 2003)
  • Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 2003)
  • A Bigger Splash. British Art from Tate 1960 – 2003 (Oca Parque Ibirapuera and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo 2003)
  • Goetz Ingvild and Urbaschek Stephan, Fast Forward: Media Art (ZKM, Karlsruhe 2003)
  • Hwa Joo, Yeon, British Contemporary 28 October – 31 January 2004 (Arario Gallery, Chungnam 2003)
  • Bradley, Alexandra, Images au Centre 03 (Monum, Editions du Patrimoine 2003)
  • Lampert, Marion, Ein / Blicke in Privat / Sammlungen (Museum Folkwang, Essen 2003)
  • Schumacher, Rainald and Matthias Winzen, Just Love Me; Post\Feminist Positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection (Bergen Art Museum 2003)
  • Home Show (The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada 2003); texts by Patricia Bovey, Anne Brydon and Amy Karlinsky
  • Ottoman, Klaus and Pamela Auchincloss, Social Strategies; Redefining Social Realism (University Art Museum, University of California 2003)
  • To Eat or not to Eat (CASA. Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca 2003
  • Dalton, Penelope, Losing It (Fenton Gallery, Cork and ARTicle Press, Birmingham 2003)
  • De Cruz, Gemma and Eliasch Amanda, British Artists at Work (Assouline, London 2003)
  • Gillick, Liam, White Cube. 44 Duke Street, St James’ London (Steidl, Gottingen 2002)
  • Landscape (The Saatchi Gallery, London, 2002
  • Neus Miro and Peter Weibel, Pantalles Sensibles Videoart dels anys 90, Fundació 'La Caixa', Barcelona 2002
  • Die Wohltat der Kunst: Post/Feministische Positionen der neunziger Jahre aus der Sammlung Goetz (Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden 2002); texts by various authors
  • Bambozzi, Lucas, Rafael Franca and Vitoria Daniela Bousso, Intimidade (Paco das Artes, São Paulo 2002)
  • Gisbourne, Mark, Face Off (Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge 2002)
  • Laurence Gateau, Action, On Tourne: Action We're Filming (Villa Arson, Nice 2001)
  • Folie, Sabine and Michael Glasmeier, Eine Barocke Party (Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna 2001)
  • Raspeil, Thierry and Anne Bertrand, Biennale de Lyon Art Contemporain. Connivence 2001, prélude à 2003 (Biennale de Lyon and Réunion des Nationaux, Paris 2001)
  • Muir, Gregor, Gavin Eddy and Sam Cowan, Group Exhibition (UBS Warburg, London 2001)
  • Tio Bellido, Ramon, Elvan Zabunyan and David Perreau, Sous-titrée X, la pornographie entre image et propos (Rennes 2001)
  • Roncero, Rafael, Espacio Uno III (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid 2001)
  • Gottlib, Nechema, No World Without You (Herzliya Museum of Art, Herzliya 2001)
  • Riemschneider, Burkhard and Uta Grosenick (ed.), Art Now (Taschen 2001)
  • Collings, Matthew, Art Crazy Nation (21 Publishing, London 2001)
  • Humphreys, Richard, The Tate Companion to British Art (Tate Publishing, London 2001)
  • Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century (Taschen, Cologne 2001); texts by Ilka Becker, Frank Frangenberg, Gerrit Gohlke, Barbara Hess, Ulrike Lehmann, Holger Liebs, Petra Löffler, Nina Möntmann, Helen Simpson, Raimar Stange and Astrid Wege
  • Invisible London (Ellipsis, London 2001)
  • Settembrini, Luigi, The 1st Valencia Biennial: Communication between the Arts (Generalitat Valenciana 2001)
  • Cappellazzo, Amy and Peter Wollen, Making Time. Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Video & Film (Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Florida 2000)
  • Thorkildsen, Åsmund and Øystein Ustvedt, Sincerely Yours (Astrup Fearnley Museum of Moderne Art, Oslo 2000)
  • Ross, David, Nicholas Serota, Ida Gianelli, Giorgio Verzotti, Jonathan Watkins. Quotidiana. The Continuity of the Everyday in 20th Century Art (Castello di Rivoli, Turin and Charta, Milan 2000)
  • Song, Misook, Media City Seoul 2000 (Seoul 2000)
  • Veiga, Margarida, Initiare (Institute of Contemporary Art, Lisbon 2000)
  • Tihomir Milovac, Mjesto Na Kojem Nisam Bio // A Place I've Never Been To (Hrvatski Foto Savez, Zagrebu 2000)
  • Jo Hill, Kelly, Nurture and Desire (in Aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer) (Hayward Gallery, London 2000)
  • De Cecco, Emanuela and Gianni Romano, Contemporanee (Costa & Nolan, Ancona and Milan 2000)
  • Perrella, Cristiana and Maria Rosa Sossai, Sweetie. Indentitá femminile nel video britannico (The British School at Rome 1999)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Common People. Arte Inglese Tra Fenomeno e Realta (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L’Arte, Turin 1999)
  • Viso, Olga, Directions: Sam Taylor-Wood (Smithsonian, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C 1999)
  • Stallabrass, Julian, High Art Lite (Verso, London 1999)
  • Giloy-Hirtz, Petra and Peter B Steiner, Schöpfung (Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern-Ruit 1999)
  • Tarantino, Michael, So Faraway So Close (Espace Méridien, Brussels 1999)
  • Leeds 13 - Fine Arts. The Degree Show (University of Leeds Fine Art 1999)
  • Olivieri, Emiliana, Video It (ArteGiovane, San Pietro in Vincoli, Turin 1999)
  • Lucklow, Dirk and Jan Winkelmann, Moving Images. Film - Reflexion in der Kunst (Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig 1999)
  • Beausse, Pascal, Extraetordinaire (Le Printemps de Cahors 1999)
  • Glaser, Martin and René Block, Chronos & Kairos (Museum Fridericianum Kassel 1999)
  • Frohne, Ursula, Video Cult/ures. Multimediale Installationen der 90er Jahre (Museum für Neue Kunst, Cologne 1999)
  • Moraes, Marcos, Imagen em Movimento. Moving Image (Chiva [S]ynergies Art, São Paulo 1999)
  • Bevan, Rogar, Now It’s My Turn to Scream. Works by Contemporary British Artists from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1999)
  • Grynsztejn, Madeleine, Carnegie International 1999/2000 (Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh 1999)
  • Talk Show. Die Kunst der Kommunikation in den 90er Jahren (Von der Heydt-Museum, Wuppertal Haus der Kunst, Munich 1999); Susanne Meyer-Büser, Bernhart Schwenk, Götz-Lothar Darsow and Bazon Brock
  • Morgan, Jessica, Collectors Collect Contemporary: 1990-99 (ICA Boston 1999)
  • Kent, Sarah, Young British Art: The Saatchi Decade (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 1999)
  • Raeburnm, Michael, Vision (Thames & Hudson, London 1999)
  • Ruf, Beatrix, Art at Ringier 1995-1998 (Rigier AG, Zurich 1999)
  • Nacking, Asa, Cream: Contemporary Art in Culture (Phaidon Press, London 1998)
  • Riemschneider, Burckhard and Uta Grosenick, Art at the Turn of the Millennium (Taschen 1998)
  • Close Echos. Public Body & Artificial Space (Galerie Hlavního Mesta Prahy and Kunsthalle Krems 1998); texts by David Bussel, Wolfgang Denk, Olga Malá and David Musgrave
  • Real/Life. New British Art (The British Council Japanese Museum Tour, The Asahi Shimbun Press, Japan 1998)
  • Williams, Gilda, Art from the UK (Sammlung Goetz, Milan 1998); interview with the artist by Carl Freedman
  • Aliaga, Juan Vicente, Malos Hábitos (Galeria Soledad Lorenzo, Madrid 1998)
  • Friis-Hansen, Dana, Projected Allegories (Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas 1998)
  • Button, Virginia, The Turner Prize 1998 (Tate Gallery, London 1998)
  • Muller, Brian, UK Maximum Diversity (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna 1998)
  • Buck, Louisa, Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now (Tate Gallery Publishing, London 1997)
  • Marshall, Catherine (ed.), Breaking the Mould. British Art of the 1980s and 1990s, (The Weltkunst Collection) (Lund Humphries Publishers, London and the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1997); texts by Richard Cork and Penelope Curtis
  • The ICA 50 auction: a sale of contemporary art works in aid of the instituteof Contemporary art (Sotheby’s London 1007)
  • Shand Kydd, Johnnie, Spit Fire: Photographs from the Artworld. London 1996/97 (Thames & Hudson, London 1997)
  • Lapa, Pedro, Laurence Bossé and Guy Brett, Life/Live (Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997)
  • Package Holiday: New British Art in the Ophiuchus Collection (The Hydra Workshop, Greece 1997)
  • Zdenek, Felix and Eva Kracher, Home Sweet Home (Deictorhallen, Hamburg 1997)
  • Bonami, Francesco, Truce: Echoes of Art in an Age of Endless Conclusions (Site Santa Fe, New Mexico 1997)
  • Murphy, Bernice (ed.), Pictura Britannica. Art from Britain (Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1997)
  • Williams, Gilda, Strange Days: British Contemporary Photography (Claudia Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea, Milano, Edizioni Charta 1997)
  • Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection (Royal Academy of Arts, London 1997); texts by Brooks Adams, Lisa Jardin, Martin Maloney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone
  • Fereli, Melih, 5 International Istanbul Biennial (Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts 1997)
  • Larner, Melissa (ed.), History. Image-based work in Britain in the late 20th Century (The Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston Upon Hull, UK 1997)
  • Gallagher, Ann, Dimensions Variable (The British Council, London 1997)
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, Unhinged (Bookworks, London 1996)
  • Codognato, Mario, Artisti Brittanici a Roma: Festival of Contemporary British Arts (Magazzini d’Arte Moderna Umberto Allemandi, Rome 1996)
  • Some of my Best Friends are Geniuses (IAS, London 1996)
  • Propect ‘96 (Kunstverein Frankfurt 1996)
  • Manifesta 1 (Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam 1996); texts by Rosa Martinez, Viktor Misiano, Katalin Neray, Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Andrew Renton
  • Otsubo, Kenji, The Sixth International Contemporary Art Exhibition. Toyama Nov’96 (Toyama Museum, Japan 1996)
  • Movin, Lars and Torben Christensen, Art & Video in Europe. Electronic Undercurrents (Statens Museum for Kunst 1996)
  • The Event Horizon (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1996)
  • Orbist, Hans-Ulrich (ed.), Life/Live (Musée d’Art Modern de la Ville de Paris 1996)
  • Molder, Jorge, Rui Sanches and Ana de Vasconcelos a Melo, A Ilha do Tesouro (Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon 1996)
  • Behrndt, Helle and Torben Christensen, Corpus Delicti (Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen 1995)
  • Aperto ’95 (Le Nouveau Musée, Villeurbanne, France 1995)
  • Roberts, Catsou and Jean-Christophe Royoux, Perfect Speed (Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario and University of Southern Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa 1995)
  • Brilliant! New Art from London (Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis 1995)
  • Cork, Richard, Rose Finn-Kelcey and Thomas Lawson, British Art 4 (The South Bank Centre, London 1995)
  • General Release (Venice Biennale 1995)
  • Don’t Look Now (Thread Waxing Space, New York 1994)
  • Information Deinst (Kunsthalle, Stuttgart 1993)
  • Chapman, Jake, Group exhibition (Clove Two Gallery, London 1992)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Sands, Sarah, ‘The Progress 1000 – London’s most influential people 2015’, The Evening Standard, September 2015, p. 72
  • Shakespeare, Sebastian, ‘How I whipped 50Shades film into shape by director Sam’, Daily Mail, 23 January 2015, p. 40
  • Sanghera, Sathnam, ‘She’s got it’, The Times (magazine), 23 August 2014, front cover + pp.28-33
  • Kawano, Kelley, ‘’Fifty Shades of Grey’ Director Sam Taylor-Johnson: Why It Makes Sense’, wordandfilm.com, 15 July 2014
  • Barnett, Laura, ‘Naked, in tears or dressed like Bardot: the secrets of the sitters’, TheGuardian.com, 18 June 2014
  • Appleyard, Bryan, ‘Taylor-Made: The artist and film-director Sam Taylor-Johnson on Fifty Shades of Grey, surviving cancer, and her younger husband’, TheSundayTimes.co.uk, 23 March 2014
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘Mademoiselle is at home’, Harper’s Bazaar Art, November 2013
  • Hein, Barbara, ‘Pionertat (ohne Folgen)’, art Das Kunstmagazin, November 2013, p.92
  • Mendelson, Scott, ‘Why Sam Taylor-Johnson Directing ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Matters’, Forbes.com, 6 June 2013
  • McCartney, Jenny, ‘Heroines who have braved the Big C’, The Sunday Telegraph, 11 November 2012, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Brad Pitt shot by Sam Taylor-Wood for the Chanel No. 5 campaign’, AFP Relaxnews, 12 October 2012
  • Karmali, Sarah, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood shoots Margiela for H&M campaign’, Vogue.co.uk, 2 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor Wood shoots Margiela’s H&M campaign’, Artinfo.com, 2 October 2012
  • Lack, Hannah, ‘Then he found her’, Bullett, Vol.8, Fall 2012, pp. 34-147
  • Buck’s, Louisa, ‘All guns blazing’, The Art Newspaper, No.239, October 2012, p.56
  • Croughton, Paul ‘Art of darkness’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 9 September 2012, pp.46-51
  • Fischer, Norman, ‘Impermanence is Buddha nature’, Shambhala Sun, May 2012, pp. 53
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Lunch with the FT: Jay Jopling’, ft.com, 2 March 2012 (Original Financial Times: Jay Jopling Press)
  • Alexander, Ella, ‘Royal Honours’, vogue.co.uk, 15 December 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘A prefect picture for Sam, OBE’, The Independent, 15 December 2011, p.23
  • Leith, Sam, ‘Play and Display’, Tatler, January 2011, pp.102-107
  • Morrison, Sarah, ‘Britain’s art pack does its bit to help’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 November 2011, p.50
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23
  • Aftab, Kaleem, ‘The fine art of film-making’, The Independent (Arts & Books), 6 September 2011, pp.14-15
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood, British Journal of Photography, April 2011, p.44
  • Melnyk, Rebecca, Umansky, Leah, ‘Out & About’, bombsite.com, 30 March 2011
  • Walsh, Ben, ‘Lovers’ days of blunder’, I (arts), 7 March 2011,
  • Freud, Bella, ‘Renaissance woman of the year: Sam’, Harper’s Bazaar, December 2010, pp.212-217
  • Aronovitch, David, ‘Our glib anecdotage is blinding us to science’, The Times, December 30 2010, p.23
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Skint artists, apply here’, The Times (T2), 14 December 2010, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘America’s gallery giants open British front in the modern art ‘arms race’’, The Observer, 12 December 2010, p.29
  • Cripps, Charlotte, ‘Jewel purpose’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 6 December 2010, p.18
  • Von Taube, Annika, ‘Food Watch’, Sleek Magazine, Winter 2009-2010, p. 98
  • Burrell, Ian, ‘‘Today’ reveals its guest editors (and Jordan isn’t one of them)’, The Independent, 27 November 2010, p.30
  • Un-authored, ‘An atheist’s thought for the day’, The Daily Telegraph, 27 November, p.2
  • Deans, Jason, ‘Firth but no Price: Today names its festive editors’, The Guardian, 27 November 2010, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘The 100 most powerful women in Britain’, Sunday Telegraph (Stella), 14 November 2010, pp.36-51
  • Thorncroft, Anthony, ‘Repeat performance’, Financial Times (collecting), 09-10 October 2010, pp.1-2
  • Duffell, Rachel, ‘The power of influence’, Kee Magazine, September 2010, pp.12-16
  • Crichton-Miller, Emma, ‘Catching the moment’, Financial Times (how to spend it), 4 September 2010, pp.8-12
  • Russell, Scarlett, ‘The Visionary’, Glamour, July 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Un video de Sam Taylor Wood’, jeancletmartin.blog.fr, 9 July 2010
  • Gourlay, Chris, ‘Film to honour fashion’s lost guru’, 6 June 2010, p.4
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Kick-Ass star’s cyber thriller to shock Cannes’, The Observer, 9 May 2010, p.9
  • Williams, Andrew, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: I’m looking for something with meat and balls to it’, metro.co.uk, 9 May 2010
  • Aspden, Peter and Shirin Neshat, ‘Artists have never been free’, Financial Times (Life&Art), 22 May 2010, p.9
  • Nicholls, David, ‘Design notebook’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 22 May 2010, p.55
  • Gleeson, David, ‘Artists’ films take on mainstream cinema’, Aesthetica, 1 April 2010, pp.42-43
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Empire of Youth: Up-and-coming stars stake their claim at movie awards’, Evening Standard, 29 March 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘La settima: tentazioni’, Nick, 3 March 2010, pp.56-59
  • Solomons, Jason, ‘Who’s tipped for glory at the Baftas?’, The Observer, 14 February 2010, pp.6-7
  • Cochrane, Kira, ‘Women filmmakers don their amour: no female director has ever won an Oscar. But this could be about to change as more of them take on the Hollywood boys’ club’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 6-7 february 2010, pp. 12 and 13
  • Cochrane, Kira, ‘It’s brutal out there’, The Guardian, 1 February 2010, pp.17-20
  • Johnston, Trevor, ‘Almost famous’, Sight and Sound, January 2010, pp.48-49
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘An education in how to compete with blockbusters’, The Independent, 22 January 2010, pp.14-15
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Director’s ex-wife adds new dimension to Baftas’, The Times, 22 January 2010, p.25
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Bafta’s choice: space aliens or sex?’, The Guardian, 22 January 2010, p.13
  • Ide, Wendy, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Times, 16-22 January 2010, p.8
  • Ide, Wendy, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Times, 9-15 January 2010, p.8
  • French, Philip, ‘Hollywood goes back to its roots’, The Observer, 10 January 2010, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Still on and worth seeing’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 January 2010
  • Ide, Wendy, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Times, 2-8 January 2010, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice’, Time Out, 31 December – 6 January 2010, p.70
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood and Steve McQueen always had an eye on the screen’, The Independent, 5 January 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Five Best [Exhibitions]’, The Independent, 5 January 2010
  • Calhoun, Dave, ‘Film of the week’, Time Out, 17-30 December 2009, p.110
  • Un-authored, ‘Great things to do this Christmas’, Time Out, 17-30 December 2009, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice,’ Time Out, 17-30 December 2009, p.116
  • McCahill, Mike, ‘His ticket to ride’ The Sunday Telegraph, 27 December 2009, p.23
  • French, Philip, ‘Between mother and aunt Mimi’, The Observer, 27 December 2009
  • Landesman, Cosma, ‘About a boy’, The Sunday Times, 27 December 2009, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Other releases’, The Scotsman, 24 December 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Birth of a beatle’, The Daily Star, 23 December 2009
  • Ivan-Zadeh, Larushka, ‘A teenager who dared to dream’, Metro, 21 December 2009, pp.22-23
  • Barber, Nicholas, ‘Film 2’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 December 2009, p.55
  • Andrews, Nigel, ‘Films on release,’ The Financial Times, 19-20 December 2009, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Nowhere Boy’, The Sunday Times, 19 December 2009, p.13
  • Ide, Wendy, ‘Critic’s choice’, The Sunday Times, 19 December 2009, p.21
  • Bradshaw, Peter, ‘Beatle’s about’, The Guardian, 18 December 2009, p.33
  • Gritten, David, ‘Lennon is the guy. His story had to be told’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 December 2009, p.35
  • Quinn, Anthony, ‘All you need is mother’, The Independent, 18 December 2009, p.10
  • Cohen, David, ‘Thanks to the astounding generosity of Evening Standard readers, our Christmas auction can give the leading charity Kids Company nearly £250,000’, Evening Standard, 16 December 2009
  • Calhoun, Dave, ‘It makes me smile because I forget. But I am: I’m a director!’, Time Out, 10-16 December 2009, p.24-26
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam wants to kid about’, The Evening Standard, 8 December 2009
  • McLean, Craig, ‘Days in the Life’, The Guardian and Observer Music Monthly, November 2009, pp.28-31
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Artists are new saviours of British Cinema’, The Observer, 22 November 2009, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Film: Nowhere Boy’, The Guardian, 16 November 2009
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Biteback’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 8 November 2009, p.16
  • Mottram, James, ‘The DIY movie boom’, The Independent, 6 November 2009, p.15
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Did You Like Denholm Elliott?’, Modern Painters, October 2009
  • Macnab, Geoffrey, ‘A voyage round John Lennon’s mother’, The Independent, 30 October 2009, p.9
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘A flicker of excitement on the red carpet for British artists who have made it in the movies’, The Times, 30 October 2009, pp.16-17
  • Gritten, David, ‘Young Lennon leaps into the unknown’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 October 2009, p.32
  • Bradshaw, Peter, ‘First night: Love me do, an erotic experience for teenage Lennon’, The Guardian, 30 October 2009
  • Curtis, Nick, ‘Artist Sam imagines stunning vision of young Lennon’, Evening Standard, 29 October 2009
  • Field, Marcus, ‘Sam Talyor-Wood: In her life’, The Independent, 24 October 2009, p.45
  • Un-authored, ‘LFF Preview’, Time Out, 21 October 2009
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Out of the gallery into the cinema’, The Observer, 11 October 2009, p.39
  • Clark, Robert, ‘Exhibitions preview: Sam Taylor-Wood, Keighley’, guardian.co.uk, 18 July 2009,
  • Mottram, James, ‘Art House Cinema’, The Independent, 19 June 2009, p.14
  • Renzetti, Elizabeth, ‘The mixed-up boy who would join Sgt. Pepper’s band’, globeandmail.com, 13 May 2009
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Artists still overshadowed by the Cross’, The Times, 8 April 2009
  • Huguet, Vincent, ‘Tristan et Iseut, recit etabli a partir du XII siecle’, Le Magazine Litteraire, April 2009, pp.50-56
  • Unknown, ‘John Lennon’s troubled youth explored in biopic’, Shortlist, 26 March 2009, p.5
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Sam’s a tie with Lennon movie’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 March 2009, p.10
  • Patterson, Christina, ‘My films are certainly not art’, The Independent, 6 February 2009, p.10-11
  • Un-authored, ‘Double Impact’, Harper’s Bazaar, January 2009, pp.149-153
  • Un-authored, ‘Lily’s agony over married older lover’, Look, January 2009
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Pieces that put wind in their sales’, Financial Times, January 2009, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Rauchender Colt’, Park Avenue, January 2009, p.32
  • Varoli, John, ‘Billionaire Pinchuk, Hirst collector, turns to Russia for show’, Bloomberg.com, 26 January 2009
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Pieces that put wind in their sales’, Financial Times, 24 January 2009, p.12
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets party!’, The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.21-25
  • Burrel, Ian, ‘The TV executive who is the mother of British film-making’, The Independent, 19 January 2009, pp.41-42
  • Nichol, Katie and Laura Collins, ‘Jay Jopling and Sam Taylor-Wood: the £100m divorce that is splitting the art world’, Daily Mail, 18 January 2009
  • Nichol, Katie, ‘The smile’s gone as Lily and her older beau split up’, The Mail on Sunday, 11 January 2009
  • Hogan, Dave, ‘A mismatch or inspired casting?’, The Independent, 10 January 2009, p.47
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Crunch time for Mr Brit Art’, The Times, 7 January 2009, pp.15-16
  • Un-authored, ‘Der Stille Star’, Vanity Fair (Germany), No.44, 2008, p.96
  • Wallace, Marina, ‘Erotic Visions: The Body Exposed’, Exit, No.29, 2008, pp.35-42
  • Bumpus, Judith, ‘Nobody gets to burst her bubble…’, The Art Newspaper, December 2008, p.41
  • Un-authored, ‘Consumed’, ArtReview, December 2008, p.42
  • Un-authored, ‘GQ Men’, GQ, December 2008, p.507
  • Un-authored, ‘House of horror – refurbished!’, GQ, December 2008, p.100
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: enthralled by nostalgia, not sentimentality’, Fotograf Reconstruction , December 2008, pp.42-49
  • Doney, Malcom, ‘Art is the place where I can be who I am’, Third Way, December 2008, pp.16-20
  • Un-authored, ‘Raconteur on Investing in Art’, Raconteur Media, 16 December 2008, p.4-18
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘Feeling the pinch in the Miami Vice’, The Times (T2), 9 December 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Vogue British’, Vogue (China), November 2008, pp.220-226
  • Un-authored, ‘Elle Art’, Elle, November 2008, p.173
  • Atkinson, Kate, ‘In Love with a Film Star’, Vogue (Australia), November 2008, p.81
  • Strum, Rudiger, ‘Der reine moment’, Vogue, November 2008, p.140
  • Unknown, ‘Agenda, no enountrara todo lo que hay, pero si todo lo que te interessa’, Calle 20, November 2008 p.61
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘What, no free beer?’, The Art Newspaper, November 2008, p.48
  • Un-authored, ‘The Ten Commandments’, GT, November 2008, p.16
  • Honigman, Anna Finel, ‘State of the arts’, Vogue, November 2008, p.115
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘Ghost stories’, Harper’s Bazaar, November 2008, pp.246-249
  • Hopkins, Jessica, ‘A private view of the artist’, The Observer (Television), 16-22 November 2008, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Londoner’s diary’, Evening Standard, 21 November 2008, p.15
  • O’Donovan, Gerard, ‘Today’s Highlights’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 16 November 2008, p.54
  • Un-authored, ‘Must –See TV-Sam Taylor Wood: The South Bank Show’, The Mail on Sunday (Live), 16 November 2008, p.37
  • Un-authored, ‘Q&A’, The Guardian Weekend, 15 November 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘When I met Sam, I fell in love with her’, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 15 November 2008, p.5
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Lord Bragg keeps his grip’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 November 2008, p.10
  • Howe, Rupert, ‘Dance’, The Independent (Music), 7 November 2008, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Best dressed No 6’, Evening Standard, 7 November 2008, p.20
  • Phillips, Dom, ‘Singles’, heatworld.com, 1-7 November 2008, p.112
  • Hubbord, Sue, ‘Do everything, be everywhere’, newstatesman.com, 6 November 2008,
  • Un-authored, ‘Madonna Vs Guy’, Hello!, 4 November 2008, pp.66-69
  • Un-authored, ‘The truth about Madonna and guy’s lovers’, Now, 3 November 2008, pp.10-11
  • Barker, Andy, ‘The Single’, Evening Standard, 1 November 2008, p.14
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Leading names talk up the Art Fund’, Art World, October – November 2008, p.13
  • Llywelyn Smith, Caspar, ‘The new face of pop art’, The Observer (Music Monthly), October 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Bar belles’, Evening Standard Magazine, 31 October 2008, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Heathcliff and me’, The Independent (Life), 29 October 2008, pp.14-15
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘Visual art’, The Guardian, 29 October 2008, p.38
  • Un-authored, ‘Art review’, Metro, 29 October 2008, p.35
  • Un-authored, ‘Download essentials’, The Observer (Review), 26 October 2008, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor Wood, I’m in Love With a German Film Star’, The Observer, 26 October 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Must See’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 26 October 2008, p.29
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Visual arts’, Financial Times, 25 October 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Out on CD’, Daily Record, 25 October 2008, p.11
  • Smarts, Gordon, ‘Guy’s in the pink’, The Sun, 25 October 2008, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Out there…’, Daily Express, 25 October 2008, p.53
  • Un-authored, ‘Lesson in divorce for guy Ritchie’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.6
  • Lawton, Jerry, ‘I’m having night with the guys!’, Daily Star, 25 October 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Guy’s night out with the guys’, Daily Express, 24 October 2008, p.14
  • Mendick, Robert, ‘There’s life after Madonna’, Evening Standard, 24 October 2008, p.3
  • Young, Richard, ‘The London Buzz’, The London Paper, 24 October 2008, p.18
  • Mendick, Robert, ‘You laughing all the way to the bank, Guy?’, London Lite, 24 October 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Neil’s song samtastic’, Daily Star, 23 October 2008, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor Wood/Pet Shop Boys’, Boys, 23 October 2008, p.18
  • Widdup, Ellen, ‘Orchestra keeps in mime for Sam Taylor-Wood art’, Evening Standard, 23 October 2008, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Newly single Sam is a big hit’, Evening Standard, 22 October 2008, p.15
  • Marriot, Hannah, ‘Grazia playlist’, Grazia, 20 October 2008, p.134
  • Januszczak, Waldermar, ‘She has lift off’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 19 October 2008, pp.8-9
  • Januszcak, Waldemar, ‘Arts’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 19 October 2008, pp.8-11 and cover
  • Un-authored, ‘Arts’, The FT Weekend (Life&Arts), 18-19 October 2008, p.1
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘The escape artist’, Financial Times, 18 October 2008, p.3
  • Walker, Esther, ‘Taylor made’, The Independent Magazine, 18 October 2008, pp.1-2 and 34-37
  • Barker, Andy, ‘Urban Fix’, Evening Standard, 17 October 2008, p.14
  • Clark, Nick, ‘The best of British’, The Independent, 17 October 2008, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Postscript’, The Times, 16 October 2008, p.15
  • Shields, Rachel, ‘The party’s not quite over…’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 October 2008, pp.14-15
  • Llewellyn-Smith, Casper, ‘The new face of pop art’, The Observer, 12 October 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, The Guardian (Film & Music), 10 October 2008, p.1
  • Lynskey, Dorian, ‘Just try to get me off the Karaoke machine’, The Guardian, 10 October 2008, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘Noel’s orbs lead the pack’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 September 2008, p.46
  • Un-authored, ‘Art world’s power couple t separate’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 September 2008, p.2
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘The first couple of Brit Art separate after 11 years’, The Times, 20 September 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Art pair to split after 11 years’, Shropshire Star Telford, 20 September 2008, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Art couple to split after 11 years’, Shropshire Star Telford, 20 September 2008, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Powerful art couple split’, Eastern Daily Press West Norfolk & Fens, 20 September 2008, p.10
  • Noah, Sherna, ‘Art couple Taylor-Wood and Jopling to separate after 11 years’ marriage’, The Independent, 13 September 2008, p.13
  • Kay, Jeremy, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood to direct feature about John Lennon’s early years’, screendaily.com, 28 August 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Who’s the barest of us all?’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 24 August 2008, pp.36-39
  • Un-authored, ‘New establishment’, Evening Standard Magazine, 1 August 2008, p.10
  • Van Schendel, Fiona, ‘De fotocollectie van Elton John’, May – June 2008, pp.213-223
  • Un-authored, The Independent on Sunday, 25 May 2008, p.36
  • Un-authored, ‘Teenage love film a farewell to Minghella’, The Times, 22 May 2008, pp.28-29
  • Un-authored, ‘My life hasn’t been a fairy tale’, The Sunday Telegraph, 18 May 2008, p.19
  • Pulvar, Andrew, ‘Get ready for the British new wave’, The Guardian, 14 May 2008, pp.23-27
  • Shinn, Dorothy, ‘Exhibits show images of our age’, The Beacon Journal, 5 May 2008
  • Goude, Jean-Paul, Harper’s Bazaar, April 2008, pp.306-313
  • Un-authored, ‘Is anxiety about sleep keeping us all awake?’, The Observer, 27 April 2008, pp.4-7
  • Un-authored, ‘Top festival to premiere Indy romp’, Express and Star, 24 April 2008, p.29
  • Long, Camilla, ‘Shoot to thrill’, The Sunday Times (Style), 30 March 2008, pp.12-14
  • Litt, Steven, ‘Work of Sam Taylor-Wood invites viewers to suspend their notions’, The Plain Dealer, 10 February 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Elle (Germany), January 2008, pp.16-22
  • Solomon-Godeau, Abigail, ‘Thinking in Images’, Art in America, January 2008, pp.72-77
  • Taylor, Alison, ‘Maximum Exposure’, Harper’s Bazaar, January 2008, pp.100-105
  • Greer, Germaine, ‘Why do so many female artists put themselves in their work – often with no clothes on?’, The Guardian (G2), 28 January 2008, p.28
  • Milmo, Cahal, ‘After Beckham’s dream scene, Taylor-Wood heads to Hollywood’, The Independent, 28 January 2008, p.7
  • Walker, Tim, ‘After Becks: The Movie, Sam moves on to the big time’, The Sunday Telegraph, 27 January 2008, p.17
  • 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
  • Un-authored, ‘The Naked Portraits 1900-2007’, Compton Varney, September – December 2007, p.2
  • Summerscale, Kate, ‘The bigger picture’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 15 December 2007, pp.24-32
  • Cleland, Gary, ‘Cancer made me an exhibitionist, says artist’, The Daily Telegraph, 12 December 2007, p.15
  • Martin, Francesca, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The Guardian (G2), 12 December 2007, p.29
  • Singh, Amar, ‘My body the battleground: Taylor-Wood bares all’, Evening Standard, 11 December 2007, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Grand Classics’, House, Winter 2007, p.22
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Leading names talk up the Art Fund’, Art World, October – November 2008, p.13
  • Argetsinger, Amy and Roxanne Roberts, ‘The Reliable source’, The Washington Post, 20 November 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘News’, Church Times, 12 October 2007, p.3
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Portrait of the artist as a young woman’, The Guardian Guide to Photography, October 2007, pp.34-35
  • Von Enzenberg, Carina, ‘Ab ins bett’, Vogue (Germany), September 2007, pp.384-389
  • Garnett, Daisy, ‘The Big Draw’, Vogue, September 2006, pp.157-160
  • Fox, Catherine, ‘‘Crying Men’ sent hip photographer reeling to Georgia’, The Atlanta Journal, 20-26 September 2007, pp.1 and 7
  • James, Alex, ‘My favourite Londoner’, Time Out, 13-19 June 2007, pp.194
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘The Escape artist’, Stella, 24 September 2006, pp.30-37
  • Rippon, Polly, ‘Lift-off in the name of art’, Star (Sheffield), 31 July 2006, pp.1-3
  • Ahad, Nick, ‘Museum snaps up £21,000 deal’, Yorkshire Post, 29 July 2006, p.11
  • Barnes, Antony, ‘Art or porn? The Tate’s two hours of non-stop sex’, The Independent on Sunday, 9 July 2006, p.5
  • Bonelli, Valentina, ‘Vogue Interview’, Vogue (Italy), No.670, June 2006, p.30
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Seven times they said I didn’t have cancer. You just have to be pushy’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 June 2006, p.33
  • Black, Catriona, ‘No strings attached’, Sunday Herald, 11 June 2006, p.23
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Seven times they said I didn’t have cancer. You just have to be pushy’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 June 2006, p.33
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Hard-core sex film to be premiered as art at Tate Modern’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 June 2006, p.9
  • Whetstone, David, ‘She can make a grown man cry’, The Journal Culture, May 2006, p.23-25
  • Davies, Serena, ‘The rough and the smooth’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 May 2006, p. 23
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘You just can’t keep her down’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 21 May 2006, pp.4-5 and cover
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Cultural baggage’, The Daily Telegraph (Art&Books), 20 May 2006, p. 14
  • Duncan, Alistair, ‘My London’, Evening Standard Magazine, 19 May 2006, p. 66
  • Hickling, Alfred, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The Guardian, 17 May 2006, p.36
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘Flight of the mediocre soul’, The Times (T2), 17 May 2006, p.20
  • Fox, James and Sam Taylor-Wood, ‘Jesus is coming’, The Independent (Extra), 16 May 2006, pp.1-5
  • Smith, David, ‘Taylor-Wood’s first invisible cello concerto’, The Observer, 14 May 2006, p.16
  • Saner, Emily, ‘For Sam Taylor-Wood, the long struggle against c’, Evening Standard, 9 May 2006, pp.32-34.
  • Deakin, Annie, ‘London’s 50 most powerful couples’, Evening Standard Magazine, 27 April 2007, pp.21-23
  • Jamieson, Teddy. ‘From Elton to Stella, she is a friend to the stars. Yet Sam Taylor-Wood started out on free school dinners. How did the ultimate outsider become a darling of the art world?’, The Herald Magazine, 22 April 2006, p.17-22
  • Naish, John, ‘The fine art of survival’, The Times (Body&Soul), 22 April 2006, pp.6-7
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Dancer in the dark’, The Observer Magazine, 16 April 2006, pp.12-18
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Kate Moss and the death of British art’, The Guardian (G2), 14 April 2006, pp.6-9
  • Sharp, Jennifer, ‘East goes West’, Harrods Estates, Spring – Summer 2008, pp.20-24
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘Don’t get too excited…’, The Observer (Review), 15 January 2006, p.3
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘The Legacy of Diane Arbus’, V&A Magazine, 2005
  • Barnes, Anthony, ‘Art world at war’, The Independent on Sunday, 16 October 2005, p.16
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘On arrival, I like to stand on my head while checking out the mini-bar’, The Independent, 24 September 2005, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘The right stuff’, The Artist (Inc. & Artists), August 2005, p. 12
  • Walter, Natasha, ‘Painted out of the picture’, The Guardian, 30 August 2005, p. 18
  • Thompson, Jonathan, ‘Life through a celebrity mobile phone lens to be auctioned for charity’, The Independent on Sunday, 14 August 2005, p.13
  • Ide, Wendy, ‘I am curious yellow’, The Times (T2), 11 August 2005, p. 20
  • Markwell, Lisa, ‘Hopes & fears, Sam Taylor-Wood’, Easy Living, May 2005, p.212
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Off the blocks. Tate’s 40 artists back bid’, The Guardian, 28 May 2005, p.5
  • O’Malley, Heathcliff, ‘Sparring partners’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 May 2005, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood. The Passion Cycle’, Frame, 14 May 2005, pp.75-87
  • Brooks, Jo, Latest Homes: Latest Seven, 16 February 2005, pp.4-5
  • Thomson, Alice, ‘I feel strong enough to do anything’, The Telegraph, 29 January 2005, pp.8-9
  • Smith, David, ‘The day my mum walked out of my life’, The Observer, 16 January 2005
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘The Legacy of Diane Arbus’, V&A Magazine, 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Queen Bee. Sam Taylor-Wood’, Vogue (The Vogue List), December 2004, pp.33-34
  • Holtzman, Anna, ‘Sorrow, Ascension and suspension’, Eyemazing, No.5, Winter 2004, pp.54-61
  • Burwitz, Kelly, ‘Art and culture’, The Independent on Sunday, 28 November 2004, p.42
  • Burt, Ramsay, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, ballet-dance.com/forum, 26 November 2004
  • Hoare, Philip, ‘An angel who makes grown men cry’, The Tablet, 20 November 2004, p.29
  • Van den Storm, Dieter, ‘Tot Tranen Toe Bewogen’, DSM Magazine, 20 November 2004, pp.3-7
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Time Out, 10-17 November 2004, p.58
  • Poschardt, Ulf, ‘Tränen lügen nicht’, Kultur, 14 November 2004, p.71
  • Un-authored, ‘Elton John – Dream Ticket’, dvdtalk.com, 9 November 2004
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Enough to make you weep’, The Observer, 7 November 2004, p.9
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘False Witness’, FT Magazine, 6 November 2004, p.46
  • Un-authored, ‘Big boys don’t cry’, ES Magazine, 5 November 2004, pp.4-5
  • Un-authored, ‘Who said boys don’t cry?’, Green Lanes Express, 4 November 2004, p.19
  • Russell Taylor, John, ‘Fears for tears’, The Times (T2), 3 November 2004, p.16
  • Davies, Serena, ‘This vale of tears’, The Daily Telegraph, 3 November 2004, p.21
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’s starry breakdowns’, The Guardian, 1 November 2004, p.20
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Just making a grown man cry’, Metro, 1 November 2004, p.26
  • Greer, Germaine, ‘Dry your eyes, mate’, Harpers & Queen, October 2004, pp.101-104
  • Synnot, Siobhan, ‘Why not give Mark E Smith something to really cry about?’, Scotland on Sunday, 31 October 2004, p.3
  • Smith, David, ‘Tate loses out to galleries abroad in cash squeeze’, The Observer, 31 October 2004, p.11
  • Norman, Neil, ‘The crying game’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2004, p.27
  • Bagnall, Nicholas, ‘Words’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2004, p.32
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Britart star to make Blake the movie’, The Sunday Times, 31 October 2004, p.14
  • Brockes, Emma, ‘The crying game’, The Guardian (G2), 29 October 2004, p.4
  • Dam, Ronojoy, ‘Hippy communes, white cubes, and YBAs’, Varsity, 29 October 2004, p.14
  • J Navarro, Bruno, ‘Taylor-Wood takes threefold, theatrical views of transience’, fotophile.com, 29 October 2004
  • Steward, Sue, ‘Tears that don’t move’, Evening Standard, 29 October 2004, p.39
  • Un-authored, ‘Group hug for Taylor-Wood’s Hoxton Crowd’, Evening Standard, 29 October 2004, p.12
  • Chapman, Peter, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The Independent, 23-29 October 2004, p.14
  • Burnett, Craig, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The Guardian (Guide), 23-29 October 2004, p.36
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Crying game’, The Guardian, 28 October 2004, p.9
  • Partasides, Marianna, ‘Tough cries!’, Daily Star, 28 October 2004, p.28
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘The crying men’, Evening Standard, 27 October 2004, p.3
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Laughing Woman’, The Times Magazine, 23 October 2004, pp.25-30
  • Rexer, Lyle, ‘Boys do cry’, The New York Times, 3 October 2004
  • Raphael, Amy, ‘A Star Is Reborn’, The Observer Music Monthly, No.13, September 2004, pp.30-37
  • Colman, David, ‘The Smell of a Cheap Thrill’, The New York Times, 19 September 2004
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Sam in focus’, Evening Standard Magazine, 10 September 2004
  • Brewis, Kathy, ‘Men behaving sadly’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 22 August 2004, pp.24-34
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘You’ll believe a man could fly’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 August 2004, p.19
  • McKay, Alastair, ‘Bittersweet symphony’, The Scotsman, 7 August 2004, pp.4-5
  • Jeffrey, Moira, ‘Hanging in the balance’, The Herald (Glasgow), 31 July 2004
  • Hunter-Tilney, Ludovic, ‘Who’s that girl?’, Financial Times Magazine, 3 July 2004, p.9
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Too good to be true’, Contemporary, No.63, June 2004, p.49
  • Blanks, Tim, ‘Status Symbol’, Harpers & Queen, June 2004, p.144
  • Armstrong, Lisa, ‘Frocks and art’, The Times (T2), 16 June 2004, pp.10-11
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Spring (and sex) are in the air’, The Art Newspaper, May 2004, p.34
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Photography is crumbling’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 May 2004, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Hair-brained’, The Observer (Review), 16 May 2004, p.4
  • Van Der Post, Lucia, ‘Photographs are as much a badge of aesthetic credentials as buying a Ron Arad chair’, The Times Magazine, 15 May 2004, p.63
  • Davies, Serena, ‘At last, London has an art fair that gives photography the chance to make an impact’, The Daily Telegraph (Arts&Books), 15 May 2004, p.3
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood. National Portrait Gallery’, Time Out, 12 May 2004, p.46
  • Adams, Guy, ‘Sam’s new horizon’, The Independent, 11 May 2004, p.10
  • Barton, Laura, ‘In Bed with Beckham’, Time, 10 May 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Developing Scene’, The Independent on Sunday (Review), 9 May 2004, p.23
  • Hart, Lesley, ‘To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there’s the rub’, The Press & Journal (Aberdeen), 5 May 2004, p.12
  • Raphael, Amy, ‘Give me Beck’s, not Becks’, The Observer (Review), 2 May 2004, p.12
  • Knapp, Michael, ‘Getting a good night’s sleep? In your dreams’, Sunday Express, 2 May 2004, p.11
  • Utley, Tom, ‘The Beckham conundrum: is he or isn’t he?’, The Daily Telegraph, 1 May 2004, p.13
  • Lawson, Mark, ‘The long, slow look’, The Guardian, 1 May 2004, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Should we let sleeping gods lie?’, Evening News (Edinburgh), 28 April 2004, pp.22-23
  • McVeigh, Karen, ‘Is it just a beautiful game?’, The Scotsman, 28 April 2004, p.14
  • Horton, Julia, ‘David Beckham captured on video, asleep in bed’, Edinburgh News, 28 April 2004, p.22
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘In bed with Beckham’, The Guardian, 27 April 2004, p.1
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Sleeping with Beckham’, Evening Standard, 26 April 2004
  • Januszak, Waldemar, ‘Oh, come let us adore him…at the National Portrait Gallery’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 25 April 2004, pp.8-9
  • Maderuelo, Javier, ‘El campo y el oregano’, El País, 17 April 2004, p.18
  • García Maestro, Gregorio, ‘Una exposición actualiza el paisaje con nuevos formatos’, La Razón, 12 April 2004, p.26
  • Revuelta, Laura, ‘¿Quién pone lindes al horizonte?’, Blanco y Negro Cultural, 8 April 2004, p.33 and cover
  • Miguel Marcos, Jesus, ‘El paisaje: vision y recuerdo’, Ocio, 8 April 2004, p.8
  • Petronio, Ezra, ‘Stars & Styles: Portraits of London’, Self Service, No.20, Spring – Summer 2004, pp.134
  • Preske, Marin, ‘The new school’, 7 x 7 (San Francisco), December 2003, p.46
  • Winn, Steven, ‘Contemporary art collection explodes like a ‘Supernova’’, San Francisco Chronicle, 15 December 2003
  • Wrathall, Claire, ‘Those cheekbones! That smoulder! The spring in his jump!’, The Independent on Sunday, 9 November 2003, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Focus on: Brighton Photo Biennial 2003’, Courier (Edenbridge), 31 October 2003, p.22
  • Santacatterina, Stella, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood, The Super Art of Sam Taylor-Wood’, Portfolio, No. 35, pp.4-8 and 52-53*no date
  • Miller, Harland, ‘Getting In Deep With Sam’, Modern Painters, Summer 2002, pp.58 and 60-61
  • Holmes, Pernilla, ‘A Party Girl Grows Up’, ARTnews, Summer 2002, pp.154-157
  • Krüsmann, Elke, ‘Die Party geht weiter’, Elle-Studio (Germany), May 2002, pp.42-46 and 48-50
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘Profile: The Escape Artist’, Vogue, December 2001, pp.127-131
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Glamour, drama, trauma’, The Art Newspaper, No.120, December 2001, p. 30
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Spirit of the age’, The Daily Telegraph, 22 December 2001, p.A1
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Cancer, mortality, art…’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 2 December 2001, p.17
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The lady vanishes’, The Guardian, 1 December 2001, p.4
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood. Mute’, artcriticlondon.com, November 2001
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Ordinary and Sublime’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 November 2001, p.25
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Message from remission’, The Times, 28 November 2001, p.16
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Portrait of the artist as a celebrity’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 November 2001, p.9
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘This is really great. But then I would say that…’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 November 2001, p.9
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘There is more to me than cancer and celebrities’, Evening Standard, 21 November 2001, pp.27-28
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The second coming’, The Times, 19 November 2001, p.16
  • Sawyer, Miranda, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The Observer (Life), 11 November 2001, pp.11-15
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Artists’ Colony’, The Telegraph Magazine, 13 October 2001, pp.40-41
  • Mills, Simon, ‘I’m still standing’, ES Magazine, 21 September 2001, pp.14-17
  • Blain, Françoise-Aline, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood Au Cœur des Ténèbres’, Beaux Arts Magazine, August 2001, pp.40-41
  • Halle, Howard, ‘Life of the party’, Time Out (New York), August 2001, p.60
  • Kazanijan, Dodie, ‘Doing the unacceptable’, Vogue (USA), July 2001, pp.191-195, 223
  • Ayerza, Josefina, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Lacanian Ink, No.16, 2000
  • Nochlin, Linda, ‘The Naked and the Dread’, Tate Modern, 2000, pp.66-71
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam and Nan Goldin, ‘Of Heddonism and Wildness and Complete Abandonment’, Tate Modern, 2000, pp.73-77
  • McCormick, Carlo, ‘Exhibitions: Sam Taylor-Wood, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York’, Camera Austria, July 2000, p.75
  • Beaumont, Susanna, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Portfolio, No.31, June 2000, pp.26-31
  • Frankel, Donald, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Matthew Marks Gallery’, Artforum, May 2000, Vol.38, No.9, p.177
  • Rush, Michael, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood at Matthew Marks’, Art in America, May 2000, p.159
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘The splendid art of shopping’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 May 2000, p.23
  • V, Lorna, ‘Wrapper’s delight’, Time Out, 3-10 May 2000, p.27
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Would you like that gift wrapped?’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 7 May 2000, pp.8-9
  • Day-Lewis, Tamasin, ‘While Selfridges Swept’, Vanity Fair, May 2000, pp.100-106
  • Picardie, Justinem, ‘Vogue’s Eye View’, Vogue, May 2000, pp.157-170
  • Bennett, Oliver, ‘Would you like that wrapped’, The Independent Magazine, 22 April 2000, pp.18-22
  • Paini, Dominique, ‘Le retour du flâneur’, ArtPress, March 2000, pp.33-41
  • Blöttner, Martin, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Third Party’, Kunstforum International, Vol.149, January – March 2000, p. 391
  • Eagle, Judith, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Junior Magazine, January – February 2000, No.12, pp.66-67
  • Huck, Brigitte, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Der Konflikt als Sympton’, Frame the State of Art, No.1, January – February 2000, pp.48-55
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Society’s Child’, Village Voice, 23-29 February 2000
  • Johnson, Ken, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, The New York Times, 18 February 2000
  • Weston, Alannah, ‘A Year on the Edge’, The Telegraph Magazine, 15 January 2000, pp.44-47
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam and Nan Goldin, ‘Of Heddonism and Wildness and Complete Abandonment’, Tate,
  • 2000, pp.73-77
  • Roberts, James, ‘Making a Drama Out of a Crisis’, Frieze, No.44, 1999, pp.50-55
  • Un-authored, Audio Arts Magazine, Vol.18, No.1-2, 1999
  • Visionaire 28 (The Bible), 1999
  • Bronfen, Elisabeth, Francesco Bonami and Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, ‘Sustaining the Antagonism: Sam Taylor Wood’s “Five Revolutionary Seconds”’, Parkett, No.55, 1999, pp.112-151
  • Fortes, Marcia, ‘Vídeo, arte e moda a fusão’, Vogue (Brazil), 1999, pp.160-163
  • Wainwright, Jean, ‘Interview with Sam Taylor-Wood’, Hotshoe, November – December 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Art, December 1999, pp.62-63
  • Hoffmann, Gabriele, ‘Zeigen, was ist’, Kultur, December 1999
  • Steinemann, Holger, ‘Die Maske künstlicher Coolness’, Staatsanzeiger für Baden-Württenberg, 6 December 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Sex, Lügen, Video’, Süddeutsche Zeltung, 23 November 1999
  • Schlosser, Eva Maria, ‘Die Kunst ist eine Party, und wir sind nur Beobachter’, Stuttgarter Nachrichten, 19 November 1999
  • Hoffmann, Gabriele, ‘Ein mustergültiger Partyflirt’, Stuttgarter Zeitung, 11 November 1999
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Hardcore, just as I hoped: the diary of one Sensation artist’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 October 1999, p.3
  • Takano, Yuko, Cut, September 1999, No.91, p. 85
  • Buttolph, Angela, ‘The 19th-century salon is back as artists, writers and musicians find it’s good to talk’, Harvey Nichols Magazine, Autumn 1999, p.25
  • Rugoff, Ralph, ‘Beyond Glamour’, Harper’s Bazaar, August 1999, pp.156-159
  • Lewis, Jo Ann, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’s Show of Strength at the Hirshhorn’, The Washington Post, 15 July 1999, C5
  • Un-authored, ‘Head Over Heels’, Artforum, Vol.38, No.9, May 1999 p.67
  • Cole, Claire-Maria, ‘Three of the best’, Pride, May 1999
  • Cork, Richard, ‘The show goes on ... the wall’, The Times, 26 May 1999, p.41
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The big picture’, The Guardian, 22 May 1999, p.23
  • Marr, Andrew, ‘The Exhibitionist’, The Saturday Express, 8-14 May 1999, pp.16-19
  • Un-authored, ‘Hot Shots’, Time Out, 5-12 May 1999
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Artists’ impressions’, The Saturday Times Magazine, 1 May 1999
  • Fortes, Márcia, ‘Vídeo, arte e moda a fusão’, Vogue (Brazil), April 1999
  • Crosby, David, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Zoom, No.30, March – April 1999, pp.70-72
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Zoo, March 1999, pp.192-193
  • Nieckels, Monica, ‘Frusna sanningar’, Manads Journalen, March 1999, No.3, pp.48-51
  • O’Pray, Michael, ‘Cinephilia’, Art Monthly, No.224, March 1999, pp.13-17
  • Romano, Gianni, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood. La Fine Della Narrazione’, Flash Art, December 1998 – January 1999, pp.90-94
  • Morgan, Jessica, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Grand Street, No.65, 1998, pp.224-231
  • Dean, Cecilia, Visionaire (Light), No.24, 1998
  • Coroneli, Chiara, ‘Foto Arte: Sull’Orlo Dell’Abisso con Sam Taylor-Wood’, Photo (Italy), No.22, December 1998, p.13
  • Doyle, Stephen, ‘Surfing the new wave’, Creative Review, December 1998, p.65
  • Mullins, Charlotte, ‘Turner Prize’, Tate, No.16, Winter 1998, pp.1-5
  • Burton, Jane, ‘Shark Tactics’, ARTnews, November 1998, pp.137-139
  • Hoare, Philip, ‘?’, Frank Magazine, November 1998, pp.156-61
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Passions to Stifle the jibes’, The Times, 3 November 1998, p.39
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Everyone’s a winner’, The Independent, 3 November 1998, p.11
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Passions to stifle the jibes’, The Times, 3 November 1998
  • Furnish, David, ‘The Spot-lighter’, Interview, October 1998, pp.72-74
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Calm amid life’s storms’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 October 1998, p.25
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Who’ll win the Turner Prize? My bung is on the dung’, The Guardian, 28 October 1998, pp.14-15
  • Murphy, Anna, ‘Circle of Friends’, The Observer (Life), 25 October 1998, pp.32-37
  • Scott, Whitney, ‘In the Museum’, New York Post, 24 October 1998
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Prize Fighters’, The Times Magazine, 24 October 1998, pp.41-46
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist’s Project’, Dazed & Confused, September 1998, No.46, p.48
  • Ferguson, Bruce, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Bomb, No.65, Autumn 1998, pp.42-50
  • Hilty, Greg, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: The Experience of the Separation’, ArtPress, No.237, July – August 1998, pp.42-46
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘The New Establishment’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 August 1998, pp.9-14
  • Pettersson, Susanna, ‘Killing Time’, Siksi, No.2, Summer 1998, pp.83-84
  • Welzel, Petra, ‘Streit statt Sex’, Die Tageszeitung, 28 May 1998, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Art Das Kunstmagazin, No.4, April 1998, pp.38-45
  • Myers, Terry, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Yesterday when I was mad’, Art + Text, February - April 1998, no. 60, pp.50-54
  • McTaggart, Tom, ‘The Taylor-Wood Method: one great eight-minute vent’, Seattle Weekly, 23 April 1998, p.33
  • Burton, Jane, ‘Photography ‘98’, ARTnews, February 1998, pp.91-96
  • Darling, Michael, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood at Regen Projects’, LA Weekly, 9-15 January 1998
  • Balagué, Guillen, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Ajoblanco, No.94, 1997, pp.34-37
  • Riding, Alan, ‘No Sexism, Please; They’re British’, The New York Times, 29 December 1997, E1
  • Kurjakovic, Daniel, ‘Zwischen Lachen und Weinen’, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 9 December 1997
  • Mack, Gerhard, ‘Autismus als Rettung’, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 18 December 1997
  • Kandel, Susan, ‘Poetics Project’ Relives Group’s Heady Days: Art Reviews’, Los Angeles Times, 12 December 1997, F32
  • Un-authored, ‘L’anonymat en gros plan’, Libération, 4 December 1997
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘The Female Gaze’, Vogue, December 1997, Vol.163, pp.235-239
  • Régneir, Philippe, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood n’est pas de bois’, Le Journal des Arts (Paris), No.48, 21 November 1997
  • Nigg, Marie-Louise, ‘Der Brontosaurus in uns’, Zürichsee-Zeitungen, 19 November 1997
  • von Däniken, Hans-Peter, ‘Panorama der Einsamkeiten’, Tages-Anzeiger, 6 November 1997
  • Oberholzer, Niklaus, ‘Verloren im aufgerissenen Raum’, Neue Luzerner Zeitung, 6 November 1997
  • Zwez, Annelise, ‘Miteinander und doch stumm nebeneinander’, Der Zürcher Oberländer, 4 November 1997
  • Kennaway, Guy, ‘The shock of the rude’, The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 2 November 1997, pp.28-30
  • Bonami, Francesco, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Flash Art, March – April 1997, pp.96-100
  • Morrisey, Simon, ‘Soap opera’, Untitled. A review of comtemporary art, No.13, Spring 1997, pp.6-7
  • Un-authored, ‘Five Revolutionary Seconds, de Sam Taylor-Wood’, Panorama. Fundació ‘la Caixa’, March 1997
  • Williams, Gilda, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Chisenhale Gallery’, Art + Text, No.56, February – April 1997, pp.80 -81
  • Etherington, Daniel, ‘Eye to Eye’, Artists Newsletter, February 1997, p.17
  • Nilsson, Hakan, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood: Chisenhale Gallery’, Material, 1996
  • Spinelli, Marco, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Pakt, No.9, 1996, pp.22-23
  • Lloyd, Fran, ‘Bad Girls in bed with Madonna?’, Contemporary Art, Winter 1995 – 1996, pp.39-42
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Artforum, November 1996, pp.88-89
  • Morrissey, Simon, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Creative Camera, No.342, October – November 1996, pp.29-30
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Talking heads’, Time Out, 9-16 October 1996
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘An opera without music’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 October 1996
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Distress signals from lonely hearts’, The Times, 1 October 1996
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Watch these spaces’, The Sunday Times, 22 September 1996
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Faces of the Future’, The Guardian, 10 September 1996
  • Corner, Lena, ‘Seeing Voices’, The Big Issue, 9-15 September 1996, no.198
  • Un-authored, ‘Cross-Cultural Venus’, Esquire, Vol.6, No. 7, September 1996, p.22
  • Un-authored, ‘The Machine Gun Fire of Sam Taylor-Wood’, ArtPress, No.214, June 1996
  • de Monvel, Ara, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Flash Art, May – June 1996, p.110
  • Un-authored, ‘Real Life’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 May 1996
  • SG, ‘Roman holiday’, Tate, No.9, Summer 1996
  • Luca, Elisabetta, ‘Taylor-Wood’, Juliet, No.77, April – May 1996, p.55
  • Sanders, Mark, ‘Miss April: Sam Taylor-Wood’, Dazed & Confused, No.19, April 1996, pp.119-120
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Frieze, No.27, April 1996, pp.79-80
  • Un-authored, ‘Visual Art 2’, The Times, 16 January 1996
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Time Out, 3-10 January 1996
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Siksi, 1995, p.62
  • Heeg, Erik van der, ‘Bringing Lives Together’, Material, No.25, 1995, pp.2-3
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Some British Moderns Seeking to Shock’, The New York Times, 23 November 1995, C11
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood’, Frieze, No.18, September – October 1994, pp.58-59
  • Balagué, Guillem, ‘Cinco Segundos’, Ajoblanco, No.94, June 1994, pp.33-37
  • Wigram, Max, ‘Without Walls’, The Face, No.68, May 1994, p.58
  • Archer, Michael, ‘Piss and Tell’, Art Monthly, No.172, December 1993 – January 1994, pp.18-19
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Lucky Kunst’, Time Out, 22-29 September 1993
  • Jaio, Miren, ‘Construyendo la Identidad’, Lapiz, No.106, September 1993, pp.12-19
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘Sam Taylor-Wood. The Showroom, London’, Frieze, January 1993, pp.58-59


Other Media


Film

  • 'The art of style', Net-a-porter.com, April 2013
  • This is Modern Art, Channel Four (Oxford Television Company Production), June - July 1999; presented by Matthew Collings
  • Sam Taylor-Wood: The Turner Prize 1998, Channel 4 (Illuminations), 1 December 1998
  • Sam Taylor-Wood: Channel Four News, Channel 4, 1 July 1998
  • Expanding Pictures, BBC 2 (The Arts Council of Great Britain and BBC Television), December 1997


Audio

  • Bergquist, Jenny, Sam Taylor-Wood Interview, Flipper (Swedish National Radio), 27 March 1999
  • The Today Programme, BBC Radio 4, 11 May 2000
  • Commission work for press (starting April 2007)


Commission work for press

  • ‘One Perfect Day’, Candid, Autumn 2007, p.31-34
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, ‘Social Ties a Cast of Haute-Couture Beauties, Bound for the Ball’, Style, 11 March 2007
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘Natural born thriller’, The Guardian (Arts), 28 November 2007, pp.23-26