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Bibliography


Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Tracey Emin: Exorcism of the Last Painting I Ever Made, (Christie’s, London 2015)
  • Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure Is You (White Cube, London 2014)
  • Emin, Tracey, My Photo Album (Fuel, London 2013)
  • Emin, Tracey, She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea, (Turner Contemporary, Kent 2012); texts by Tracey Emin, William Feaver, Victoria Pomery, Jeanette Winterson
  • Larratt-Smith, Philip, Tracey Emin: How it Feels, (Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Malba - Fundación Costantini), Buenos Aires 2012); texts by Philip Larratt-Smith and Fernanda Laguna
  • Paneque, Guillermo (ed.), Entre chien et loup: Works from the Meana Larrucea Collection (Iberdrola, Madrid 2011); texts by Guillermo Paneque, Javier Montes, Gerard Wajcman and Xavier Saenz de Gorbea
  • Emin, Tracey, My Life in A Column (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 2011)
  • More Love: Abortion - How It Feels (Tracey Emin Edition, 2010)
  • Tracey Emin: Praying to a Different God (LOVEART, Sydney 2010); texts by Tracey Emin and Amanda Love
  • Louise Bourgeois, Tracey Emin: Do Not Abandon Me (Hauser & Wirth, London; Carolina Nitsch, New York, 2010)
  • Tracey Emin: Only God Knows I am Good (Lehmann Maupin, New York 2009)
  • Tracey Emin: One Thousands Drawings (Rizzoli International Publications Inc., New York 2009)
  • Tracey Emin: Monoprint Diary(White Cube and Emin International, London 2009)
  • Magazin. Tracey Emin: 20 years (Kunstmuseum Bern, 2009); texts by Tracey Emin, Julian Schnabel, Patrick Elliot, Kathleen Bhler and Harald Szeeman
  • Klanten, Robert and Lukas Feireiss (eds.), Spacecraft 2 (Gestalten, Berlin 2009)
  • Tracey Emin: Those Who Suffer Love (White Cube, London 2009)
  • Aucouturier, Marie, Longchamp (Éditions de la Martiniére, Paris 2008)
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew (ed.), Art: The Definitive Visual Guide (Dorling Kindersly, London 2008)
  • Jones, Tricia (ed.), I-D Soul (Taschen, 2008)
  • Pimentel, Taiyana, Las Implicaciones De La Imagen (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Ciudad de Mexico 2008)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen, 2008)
  • Elliot, Patrick and Julian Schnabel, 20 Years (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2008)
  • Tracey Emin: You Left Me Breathing (Gagosian Gallery, 2008); texts by Jennifer Doyle and Tracey Emin
  • Tracey Emin: 20 years (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh 2008); texts by Tracey Emin, Patrick Elliot and Julian Schnabel
  • The Stain (British Council, London 2007)
  • Fuchs, Rudi, Andrea Rose and Toby Forward, Borrowed Light (British Council, London 2007)
  • Tracey Emin: Works 1963-2006 (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 2006); texts by Carl Freedman, Rudi Fuchs and Jeanette Winterson
  • Brown, Neal, Tracey Emin (Tate Publishing, London 2006)
  • Tracey Emin: Works 1963-2006 (Rizzoli International Publications Inc., New York 2006); texts by Carl Freedman, Rudi Fuchs and Jeanette Winterson
  • Fuchs, Rudi, Tracey Emin: When I Think About Sex... (Jay Jopling/White Cube, London 2005)
  • Emin, Tracey, Strangeland (Hodder and Stoughton, London 2005)
  • Buck, Louisa and Stefan van Raay, The Wonderful Fund Collection (2005)
  • I Can Feel Your Smile (Lehmann Maupin, New York 2005)
  • Exploration of the Soul (Tracey Emin Edition, 1995; repr. Counter Editions, London 2003)
  • Details of Depression (Counter Editions, London 2003)
  • Merck, Mandy, and Chris Townsend (eds.), The Art of Tracey Emin (Thames & Hudson, London 2002); texts by Rosemary Betterton, Peter Osborne, Ulrich Lehmann, Chris Townsend, Jennifer Doyle, Deborah Cherry, Lorna Healy, Renée Vara and Jean Wainwraight
  • Tracey Emin (Modern Art Oxford, 2002); interview with the artist by Andrew Nairne
  • Fuchs, Rudi, Ten Years: Tracey Emin (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2002)
  • Merck, Mandy and Chris Townsend, The Art of Tracey Emin (Thames & Hudson, London 2002)
  • Tracey Emin (Modern Art Oxford, 2002); interview with the artist by Andrew Nairne
  • Tracey Emin (Jay Jopling/White Cube, London 1998); texts by Neal Brown, Sarah Kent and Matthew Collings
  • Tracey Emin: This Is Another Place (Modern Art Oxford, Oxford 2002); interview by Andrew Nairne
  • Fantasy Island (Tracey Emin, London 2000)
  • Holiday Inn (Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Germany 1998)
  • Brehm, Magrit, All I Wanted Was Your Spunk Dry on My Face (Staatliche Kunsthalle/Urbane Legenden, Baden-Baden 1997)
  • Always Glad to See You (Tracey Emin edition, 1997)
  • Kiss Me-Kiss Me Cover My Body in Love, Always Glad to See You (Tracey Emin edition 1996)
  • Exploration of the Soul (Tracey Emin edition, 1995)
  • Six Turkish Tales (Hangman Press, Chatham, UK 1987)
  • Torrid Tales form Mensin (Tracey Emin edition, 1982)


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Nedoma, Petr, flaesh (Galerie Rudolphinum, Prague 2015), pp. 36 - 48
  • Fortenberry, Diane and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), Body of Art (Phaidon Press, London 2015), p. 401
  • Tracey Emin, Egon Schiele: Where I Want to Go, (Leopold Museum, Vienna 2015); texts by Diethard Leopold, Thomas D. Trummer and Karol Winiarczyk
  • Racz, Imogen, Art and the Home: Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday (I.B. Tauris & Co, London 2015)
  • Archer, Michael, Art Since 1960 (Thames and Hudson, London 2015)
  • Poli, Francesco, Non ci capisco niente: Arte contemporanea istruzioni per l'uso (Mondadori Electa, Milan 2014)
  • Perrett, Tamsin (ed.), Frieze Art Fair: London 2014 (Frieze, London 2014)
  • Doyle, Mary and Kate Macfarlane (eds.), The Nakeds (Drawing Room Publications, London 2014); texts by David Austen, Nicola Tyson and Dr Gemma Blackshaw
  • Stout, Katharine, Contemporary Drawing: from the 1960s to now (Tate Publishing, London 2014)
  • Ward, Ossian, Ways of Looking: How to experience contemporary art (Laurence King, London 2014)
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams
  • Private Utopia (British Council 2014) p.88-89; texts by Sinta Berry, Kazue Fujimaki, Emma Gifford-Mead, Katsuhito Okuno, Amy Pettifer, Tomoe Takagi, Yuichiroh Takashima and Aya Yuzuhana
  • Minissale, Gregory, The Psychology of Contemporary Art (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England 2013)
  • Bakker, Anneke (ed.), Serious Pleasure: aanwinsten tentoonstellingen Frans Hals Museum De Hallen Haarlem 2001-2013 (Frans Hals Museum/De Hallen Haarlem and Boekbinderij Van Waarden, Zaandam, Netherlands 2013), p.36
  • The Reckoning: Women artists of the new millennium (Prestel Verlag, Munich 2013); texts by Heartney, Eleanor, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott
  • Glasstress: White Light/White Heat (La Biennale di Venezia, 2013)
  • Mundy, Jennifer, Lost Art: Missing Artworks of the Twentieth Century (Tate, London 2013)
  • Kalb, Peter R., Art Since 1980: Charting the Contemporary (Laurence King, London 2013)
  • Muir, Gregor (ed.), ICA: The Old Selfridges Hotel – A Journey through London Subculture (ICA, London 2013)
  • Lyngstad Nyaas, Tone (ed.), Munch by Others (Arvinius and Orfeus Publishing AB, Norway 2013)
  • Reeve, Octavia (ed.), The Perfect Place to Grow: 175 Years of the royal College of Art
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans (ed.), do it: the compendium, (Independent Curators International, New York/DAP, 2013)
  • All You Need is Love: From Chagall to Kusama and Hatsune Miku (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo 2013); texts by Nanjo Fumio, Kakuta Mitsuyo, Tanaka Yuko, Okada Atsushi and Fujii Naotaka
  • Schneider, Claire, More Love: Art, Politics and Sharing since the 1990s (Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina 2013)
  • Kvaran, Gunnar B, Ingrid Pettersen and Hanne Beate Ueland, To Be With Art Is All We Ask, (Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, 2012), p.78
  • Weinhart, Martina and Max Hollein (eds.), Privat/Privay (Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, DISTANZ Verlag, Berlin 2012)
  • Harmsen, Lars and Ralf Daab (eds.) Bright! Typography between Illustration and Art (DAAB MEDIA GMBH, Cologne, Germany 2012)
  • Reeve, Octavia (ed.), The Perfect Place to Grow: 175 Years of the Royal College of Art (Royal College of Art, London 2012); text by Gina Lovett, pp.278-285
  • Farr, Martin, Great St. Helen’s: Sculpture Space Y2 (Publicart, City of London, London 2012); texts by various authors
  • Hallett, Jess and Jefferson Hack, Kate Moss (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 2012)
  • Coppard, Abbie (ed.), RA Now: An Exhibition of Work by Today’s Royal Academicians from Anish Kapoor to Zaha Hadid (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2012); texts by Mel Gooding, Lucy Archibald, Julien Domercq, Isabelle Kallo, Lily Le Brun, Alice Rowell, Robin Stewart and Emily Tobin
  • Hodge, Susie, Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That: Modern Art Explained (Thames & Hudson, London 2012)
  • Eros und Thanatos (Lubock Verlag, Leipzig 2012); texts by Mark Gisbourne and Hans-Werner Schmidt
  • Family Matters – The Family in British Art (East Publishing, Norwich 2012); texts by Harriet Loffler, Andrew Moore and Rosy Gray
  • Ten Years and Beyond - The Collection of the Fondazione CRT (Archive Books, Berlin 2011), texts by Marcella Beccaria, Andrea Comba, Giovanni Ferrero, Fulvio Gianaria and Elena Volpato
  • Hunter, Barry (ed.), Southbank Centre Celebrates Festival of Britain, Souvenir Guide (Southbank Centre, London 2011)
  • De Watcher, Ellen Mara and Neilson, Elizabeth, The Shape We’re In (Zabludowicz Collection, London 2011)
  • Kane, Sarah, (ed.), Art, Power, Diplomacy. Government Art Collection, the untold story (Scala Publishers, London 2011). Texts by Nicholas Serota, Penny Johnson, Julia Toffolo, Richard Dorment, Cornelia Parker, Andrew Renton, Adrian George.
  • Un-authored, Government Art collection at Work, (Whitechapel Gallery, June 2011)
  • Jalving, Camilla, Vaerk som hanling, Performativitet, Kunst og metode (Museum Tusculanums Forlag, Koebenhavns universitet 2011)
  • Wann, Juliane and Scheit-Koppitz Stephanie (eds.), Je Mehr Ich Zeichne. The More I draw – Drawing as a concept for the world, (Dumont, Koln, 2010)
  • Kunst Stoff. Textilien in der Kunst Seit 1960 (Stadt Karlsruhe, Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe, 2011) Texts by: Brigitte Baumstark, Sylvia Bieber, Margit Fritz, Melanie Ardjah
  • Devaney, Edith (ed.), Royal Academicians (Seongnam Cultural Foundation, Seoul 2011)
  • Ozkoray, Nurten, Elgiz 10 (Elgiz Collection, Istanbul 2011)
  • Barrett, Terry, Making Art: Form and Meaning (McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., New York 2011)
  • Faith, (Sims Reed Gallery, London 2011)
  • Goetz, Ingvild, Touw, Suzanne, Urbaschek, Stephan (eds.), texts by ingvild Goetz, Stephan Urbaschek and Cornelia Gockel, Anke Hoffmenn, Karsten Lockermann, Kevin McGarry, Petra Meyer, Dominikus Muller, Jorn Schafaff, Rainald Schumacher, Birgit Sonna, Dominika Szope, Verreet, Isbaelle, Why I Never Became a Dancer (Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany, 2011)
  • Farthing, Stephen (ed.), 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die (HarperCollinsPublishers, Sydney 2011); texts by Anna Amari-Parker, Aliki Braine, Alice Bell, Amy Elin Haavik, Ana Finel Honigman, Anne Hildyard, Ann Kay, Alix Rule, Abigale Rasminsky, Andrew Smith, Abraham Thomas, Aruna Vasudevan, Carole King, Cathy Marriott, tChristina Rodenbeck, Craig Staff, Diana Cermeno, Dan Dunlavey, Daniel Robert Koch, Emma Bryant, Emilie ES Gordenker, Fuyubi Nakamura, Geoff Dyer, Lam Wei Ching, Hannah Hudson, Iain Zaczek, Jessica Bishop, Jane Crosland, Joanna Coates, Jessica Gromley, James Harrison, Julie Jones, Jamie Middleton, Jane Neal, Jane Peacock, Joao Ribas, Jenny Doubt, Julian Treuherz, Jude Welton, Karen Morden, Lucinda Hawksley, Mary Cooch, Michael Farthing, Megan Green, Marco Livingston, Marissa Vigneault, Nicholas Kenji Machida, Nora Mahony, Nathalie Sroka-Fillion, Oscar Rickett, Ossian Ward, Paul Bonaventura, Paul Hamilton, Paige Sweet, Rex Anderson, Richard Bell, Reg Grant, Rosalva Johnston, Riikka Kuittinen, Randy Lerner, Rebecca Man, Roger Wilson, Sandra April, Serena Cant, Samantha Earl, Stephen Farthing, Simon Gray, Susie Hodge, Susan Flockhart, Sally Young McFall, Signe Mellergaard Larsen, Steven Pulimood, Saskia Putz, Steevn Stowell, Sonia Werner, Sara White Wilson, Sandrine Josefada, Tamsin Pickeral, Terry Sanderson, William Davies, Wilson McClelland Dunlavey, Wendy Osgerby, Zoe Telford
  • Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction (Routledge, Oxon, UK and New York 2011)
  • Royal Academy: Illustrated 2011 (Royal Academy Publications, London 2011); text by Richard Cork
  • Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann, 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know (Prestel Verlag, Munich, London, New York, 2011)
  • Paneque, Guillermo (ed.), Entre chien et loup (Iberdrola, Spain 2011); texts by Guillermo Paneque, Javier Montes, Gérard Wajcman and Xabier Sáenz de Gorbea
  • Beccaria, Marcella and Elena Volpato (ed.), Ten Years and Beyond: The Collection of the Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea – CRT for Turin and Piedmont (Archive Books, Berlin 2010); text by various authors
  • Morineau, Camille, Artistes Femmes: De 1905 a Nos Jours (Centre Pompidou, Paris 2010)
  • Rendell, Jane, Site-Writing: The Architecture of Art Criticism (IB Tauris & Co, London and New York 2010)
  • Hubbard, Sue, Adventures in Art: Selected Writings - 1990-2010 (Other Criteria, London 2010)
  • Osborne, Peter, El Arte Más Allá de la Estética: Ensayos filosóficos sobre arte contemporáneo (CENDEAC, Murcia, Spain 2010)
  • Jones, Melissa, Desire (Blanton Museum of Art, Texas 2010)
  • Engel Mogensen, Tine, Jens Erik Sorensen and Lise Mortensen, I Love You (ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark 2010)
  • Natsumi, Araki; Miho, Tagomori; Hitomi, Sasaki and Yoo, Oyamada (ed.), The Kaleidoscopic Eye: Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo 2009)
  • Buckland, David, Devaney, Edith, Soriano, Kathleen, Earth: Art of a changing world (Royal Academy, London 2009)
  • Collecting lines selected works from the geoff and Vicki ainsworth collection (Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Australia 2009); texts by Joseph Eisenberg, Lisa Corsi and Anthony Bond
  • Bankowsky, Jack, Alison M Gingeras and Catherine Wood (eds.), Pop Life, Art in a Material World (Tate Publishing, London 2009); texts by Jack Bankowsky, Scott Rothkopf, Catherine Wood, Nicholas Cullinan and Alison M Gingeras
  • The Glamour Project (Lehmann Maupin, New York 2009); texts by Amy Fine Collins, Cindi Leive and Katy Siegel; interview with David Maupin by Genevieve Field
  • Klanten, Robert and Lukas Feireiss (eds.), Spacecraft 2 (Gestalten, Berlin 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
  • Love, Carrie, Caroline Stamps, Deborah Lock, Ben Morgan, Fleur Star, Joe Harris, Wendy Horobin and Lorrie Mack (eds.), The New Children’s Encyclopedia (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
  • Visser, Hripsime and Rik Suermondt, Fotografie in het Steadelijk: De geschiedenis van een collectie (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and NAi Uitgevers, Rotterdam 2009)
  • Guglielmino, Giorgio, How to Look at Contemporary Art…and like it, (Umberto Allemandi & Co Publishing, London 2008)
  • Mirolla, Miriam, Amore e Psiche (Electa Press, Italy 2008)
  • Aucouturier, Marie, Longchamp (Éditions de La Martinière, Paris 2008)
  • Bernstein, Joanne (ed.), Moving Horizons: The UBS Art Collection: 1960s to the Present Day (National Art Museum of China and UBS AG, Beijing 2008); texts by Joanne Bernstein, Anthony Bond, Natasha Bullock, Jane Devery, Caroline Hancock, Barbara Hofmann-Johnson, Tamaki Koshida, Beatrice Leanza, Pi Li, Valeria Liebermann, Sophie Matthiesson, Kayo Machino, Julie Maguire, Allison Moore, Jason Smith, Ursula Trubenback, Katja Vobiller, Susan van Wyk and Michelle Yun
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew (ed.), Art: The Definitive Visual Guide (Dorling Kindersly, London 2008)
  • Jones, Tricia (ed.), Soul i-D (Taschen, London 2008)
  • Pimentel, Taiyana, Las Implicationes De La Imagen (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Ciudad de México 2008)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen, London 2008)
  • St-Gelais, Therese (ed.), The Undecidable: Gaps and Displacements in Contemporary Art (Quebec 2008)
  • Miller, Harland, You dig the tunnel, I’ll hide the soil (Jay Jopling/White Cube, London 2008)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, A guide to modern + contemporary Art in the city: London (Quadrille, London 2008)
  • Ireson, Nancy, Love (National Gallery, London; City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol and Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, 2008)
  • Stephens, Chris (ed.), The History of British Art 1870 – Now (Tate Publishing, 2008); texts by Rasheed Araeen, Nicolas Bourriaud, Robert Burstow, Virginia Button, Eddie Chambers, Barry Curtis, Penelope Curtis, Emma Dexter, Martina Droth, Alicia Foster, Matthew Gale, Ann Gallagher, Martin Hammer, Charles Harrison, Richard Humphreys, Timothy Hyman, Carol Jacobi, Sarah Lowndes, Sheila McGregor, Sue Malvern, David Alan Mellor, Catherine Moriarty, Neil Mullholland, Gill Perry, David Peters Corbett, Elizabeth Prettejohn, Julian Stallabrass, Chris Stephens, Andrew Stephenson, Colin Trodd, Robert Upstone, Clarrie Wallis, Hester R Westley, Andrew Wilson, Paul Wood and William Wood
  • Heartney, Eleanor, Art & Today (Phaidon Press, London and New York 2008)
  • Bernadelli, Francesco, Arte Contemporanea, Volume Cinque. Anni Novanta (La Biblioteca di Repubblica-l’Espresso and Electa, Milan 2008)
  • Shcpungin, Diana, Deliciatessen, (Florida Atlantic University, Florida 2007-2008)
  • Bergsvik, Knut Andreas, Ole-Jorgen Johannessen, Kari Gaarder Losnedahl, Hans Knut Sveen and Hans-Jakob Agotnes (eds.), Humaniora i nasjonen Nasjonen i humaniora (Universitetet I Bergen, Norway 2007); texts by Gunnstein Akselberg, Bergljot Solberg, Helge Sandoy, Asbjorn Aarseth, Knut Helle, Astrid Forland, Gunnar Skirbekk, Hans Ebbing, Ida Blom, Randi Koppen, Sigrun Asebo, Clemens Cavallin, Torunn Selberg and Jostein Bortnes
  • Downs, Simon, Russell Marshall, Phil Sawdon, Andrew Selby, and Jane Tormey (eds.), Drawing Now: Between the Lines of Contemporary Art (IB Tauris & Co, London and New York 2007)
  • Gustavs, Jorinde, Original: Bilder aus Leben und Kunst (weiw-Verlag, Stralsund, Germany 2007)
  • Shpungin, Diana, Delicatessen (Florida Atlantic University 2007)
  • Whitford, Frank, Royal Academy Illustrated (Royal Academy, London 2007)
  • Jones, Liz, Fur babies (Quadrille Publishing Limited, London 2007)
  • Fortnum, Rebecca (ed.), Contemporary British Women Artists – In Their Own Words (I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd, London 2007)
  • Caruso, Laura (ed.), Radar: Selections from the Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan (Denver Art Museum, Colorado 2007)
  • Chadwick, Whitney, Women, Art, and Society (Thames & Hudson, London 2007)
  • Hirst, Mark and Alistair Hicks, Beyond Sensation (Deutsche Bank Art Collection, London and Frankfurt 2007)
  • Timer: Intimità/Intimacy (Skira, Milan 2007); texts by Gianni Mercurio, Demetrio Paparoni and Davide Rampello
  • The Youth of Today (Walther König, Cologne 2007); texts by Hollein, Max, Jens Hoffmann, George Seeßlen, Niels Werber, Mercedes Bunz and Matthias Ulrich
  • Fortnum, Rebecca, Contemporary British Women Artists in their own words (IB Tauris, London and New York 2007)
  • Hammer, Martin, The Naked Portrait (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh 2007)
  • Reilly, Maura and Linda Nochlin (eds.), Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art (Merrell, London and New York 2007)
  • Quincoces, Fernando, Para Todos Los Publicos (Sala Rekalde, Bilbao 2006)
  • Wiseman, Caroline, Modern Art Now: From Conception to Consumption (Strawberry Art Press, Ipswich 2006)
  • Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990 – 2006 (The British Council, London 2006); texts by Michael Bracewell, Pi Li and Emily Butler)
  • How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art (Hayward Gallery, London 2006); texts by Ralph Rugoff, Michael Archer, Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton and Roger Malbert
  • Doyle, Jennifer, Sex Objects: Art and the Dialectics of Desire (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis 2006)
  • Nairne, Sandy and Sarah Howgate, The Portrait Now (National Portrait Gallery, London 2006)
  • Freeman, Julian, British Art: A Walk Round the Rusty Pier (Southbank Publishing, London 2006)
  • Miller, Harland and Hans Ulrich Obrist, In the Darkest Hour there may be Light – Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection (Serpentine Gallery, London 2006)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, At Home with Art (Quadrille, London 2006)
  • Van Tuyl, Gijs, Aanwinsten /Acquisitions 1993-2003 (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2006)
  • Belliti, Chiara (ed.), Eretica (Skira, Palermo 2006)
  • Nata Libera (Gender Bender Festival Internazionale, Bologna 2006)
  • Pesenti, Allegra, Motion On Paper (Ben Brown Fine Arts, London 2006)
  • McGregor, Sheila, New Art on View (Scala Publishers, London 2006)
  • Kovats, Tania (ed.), The Drawing Book A Survey of Drawing: the Primary Means of Expression (Black Dog Publishing, London 2006)
  • You’ll Never Know (Hayward Gallery, London 2006); texts by Jeni Walwin, Henry Krokatsis, James Flint, Janna Levin, Sally O’ Reilly
  • Brewińska, Maria and Benjamin Cope, Hot/Cold Summer Loving (Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, Warsaw 2006)
  • Mahon, Alyce, Eroticism & Art (Oxford University Press, 2006)
  • Mandelinck, Gwy, Joost Declercq and Koen Van Synghel, Extiem (Poëziezomers-Kunstzomers, Watou, Belgium 2006)
  • Krause-Wahl, Antje, Konstruktionen von Identität: Renée Green, Tracey Emin, Rirkrit Tiravanija (Verlag Silke Schreiber, Munich 2006)
  • Bonnant, Arlène and David Breuer-Weil, CAP Collection (CAP Art Limited, Switzerland 2005)
  • Mé Tissages (Museum voor Industriële Archeologie en Textiel, Ghent, Belgium, 2005); texts by René De Herdt, Isabelle De Baets, Stef Van Bellingen and Everlyn Nicodemus
  • Brandtzaeg, Karl J, (ed.), Kiss the Frog! The Art of Transformation (The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo 2005)
  • Anja Dreschke (ed.), KunstFilmBiennale Koln 2005 (Heinz Peter Schwerfel and Detlef Langer, Cologne 2005)
  • Antony Mason, Knowledge Quest Series: Sport, Culture and Entertainment (Reader’s Digest Books, London 2005)
  • Lippert, Werner, Video II: Allegorie (NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft, Dusseldorf, 2005)
  • Hovdenakk, Per and Thorvald Steen, Munch Revisited (Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo 2005)
  • Grenville, Bruce, Douglas Coupland and Colin Ledwith, Body: New Art from the UK (Vancouver Art Gallery, 2005)
  • Wenzel, Petra, Werner Lippert, Silke Walther, Jennifer Blassing, Werner Lippert and Alexander Bruan, Video II: Allegorie (NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft Dusseldorf, 2005)
  • Gade, Rune, Kønnet, Kroppen, Kunsten (Informations Forlag, Copenhagen 2005)
  • Johannesen, Ina, Marianne Holtermann and Sarah Kent, London Calling: Y[oung] B[ritish] A[rtists] Criss-Crossed (Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Olso 2005)
  • Phelan, J W, Philosophy: Themes and Thinkers (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
  • 25 Visuell: Deutsche Bank Art (Deutsche Bank Art, Frankfurt 2005)
  • Doy, Gen, Picturing the Self: Changing Views of the Subject in Visual Culture (IB Tauris & Co, London and New York, 2005)
  • Pahlke, Rosemarie E, Per Hovdenakk, Christoph Kivelitz, Regina Selter, Cornelia Gerner, Barbara Nierhoff and Rosemarie E Pahlke (ed.), Munch Revisited. Edvard Munch and the Art of Today (Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund and Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany 2005)
  • Müller, Hans-Joachim, La Alegria De Mis Suenos (Fundación BIACS, Seville 2004)
  • Deitch, Jeffrey (ed.), Monument to Now (DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, London 2004)
  • Bouwhuis, Jelle, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2003/2004 (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2004)
  • Riley, Richard and Patrick Elliott, Desde El Reino Unido: David Hockney, Tracey Emin - Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes 17 Nov Al 06 Mar 2005 (The British Council, Chile 2004)
  • Sandhu, Sukhdev and Isobel Johnstone, Stranger Than Fiction (Hayward Gallery, London 2004)
  • Harris, Jonathan (ed.), Art, Money, Parties. New Institutions in the Political Economy of Contemporary Art (Liverpool University Press and Tate Publishing, Liverpool 2004)
  • The Joy Of My Dreams (International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Seville 2004); texts by Sánchez Monteseirín, Alfredo, Fernando Franco, Juana de Aizpuru, Harald Szeemann and Hans-Joachim Müller
  • Art & Australia: 2004 Biennale of Sydney (Art & Australia, Paddington, Australia 2004); texts by Isabel Carlos, Sally Couacaud, Dinah Dysart, Michael Dysart, Juliana Engberg, Felicity Fenner, Barbara Flynn, Anne Marsh, Colin Martin, Tjalaminu Mia, James Mollison, Robert C Morgan, Sally Morgan, Ingrid Periz, Trevor Smith, Dr Daniel Thomas AM, Samantha Togni and Stephen Williamson
  • Van Tuyl, Gijs and Carl H Hahn, The Open Museum: The First Ten Years (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany 2004)
  • Foster, Alicia, Tate Women Artists (Tate Publishing, London 2004)
  • West, Shearer, Portraiture (Oxford University Press 2004)
  • Mey, Kerstin, Sculpsit: Contemporary Artists on Sculpture and Beyond (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, UK 2004)
  • Jones, Allen and David Hockney, Royal Academy Illustrated 2004 (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2004)
  • Zyman, Daniela, ein-leuchten (Museum der Modern Salzburg, Vienna 2004)
  • Windsor, Alan, British Sculptors of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate Publishing, London and Burlington, Vermont 2003)
  • The Believer (McSweeney’s Publishing, San Francisco 2003)
  • Grynsztejn, Madeleine (ed.), Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 2003)
  • Flexible: 4 Identities (The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK 2003)
  • A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960-2003 (Oca Parque Ibirapuera and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo 2003)
  • De Cruz, Gemma, British Artists at Work (Assouline, London 2003)
  • Goetz, Ingvild and Stephan Urbaschek, Fast Forward: Media Art (ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany 2003)
  • Elliot, David and Pier Luigi Tazzi, Happiness (Tankosha Publishing, Tokyo 2003)
  • Hwa Joo, Yeon, British Contemporary 28 October-31 January 2004 (Arario Gallery, Cheonan, Korea 2003)
  • Schumacher, Rainald and Matthias Winzen (eds.), Just Love Me: Post/Feminist Positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection (Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2003)
  • Martinez, Rosa, Europe Exists (Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece 2003)
  • Verzotti, Giorgio, Francesca Pasini and Nicoletta Misler, Il racconto del filo (Museo di Arte Moderna, Trento, Italy 2003)
  • Brüninghaus-Knubel, Cornelia and Sabine Maria Schmidt, Tactics of the Ego (Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany 2003)
  • Ottoman, Klaus and Pamela Auchincloss, Social Strategies; Redefining Social Realism (Pamela Auchincloss Arts Management, New York 2003)
  • Bildstörung (Gesellschaft der Freunde junger Kunst, Baden-Baden, Germany 2003)
  • Tunnicliffe, Wayne, Tracey Emin: Moving On (Art Gallery New South Wales, Sydney 2003)
  • Douglas, Caroline, Micro/Macro; British Art 1996-2002 (Mũcsarnok, Budapest 2003)
  • Stadler, Kurt and Josef Fink, Cadavre Exquis (Gruppe 77, Brussels 2003)
  • Rosenblum, Robert and Katherina McArthur, The Beach (Windsor, Florida 2002)
  • Landscape (The Saatchi Gallery, London 2002)
  • Gisbourne, Mark, Face Off (Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK 2002)
  • Curiger, Bice, Public Affairs (Kunsthaus Zurich, 2002)
  • Fusion Cuisine (Deste Foundation, Athens 2002)
  • Die Wohltat der Kunst: Post/Feministische Positionen der neunziger Jahre aus der Sammlung Goetz (Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany 2002)
  • Knöfel, Ulrike, Public Affairs: Von Beuys bis Zittel: Das Offentliche in der Kunst (Kunsthaus Zurich, 2002)
  • Gillick, Liam, White Cube: 44 Duke Street, St James’ London (Steidl, Gottingen, Germany 2002)
  • Giannini, Claudia (ed.), Installations Mattress Factory 1990/1999 (University of Pittsburgh Press, Pennsylvania 2001)
  • Decter, Joshua, Tele[visions] Kunst Sieht Fern (Kunsthalle Wien, Austria 2001)
  • Blake, Peter, Royal Academy Illustrated: Summer Exhibition 2001 (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2001)
  • Collings, Matthew, Art Crazy Nation (21 Publishing, London 2001)
  • Finckh, Gerhard and Susanne Cooper, Freestyle: Werke Aus Der Sammlung Boros (Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Cologne 2001)
  • Muir, Gregor, Gavin Eddy and Sam Cowan, Group Exhibition (UBS Warburg, London 2001)
  • Riemschneider, Burkhard and Uta Grosenick (eds.), Art Now (Taschen, Cologne 2001)
  • Pragnell, Hubert J, Invisible London (BT Batsford, London 2001)
  • Grosnick, Uta (ed.), Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century (Taschen, Cologne 2001)
  • Kent, Sarah, YBA Woman (Thames & Hudson, London 2001)
  • Arakistain, Xabier and Rosa Martínez, Trans Sexual Express (Generalitat de Catalunya Departament de Cultura, Barcelona 2001)
  • Carson, Fiona and Claire Pajaczkowska (eds.), Feminist Visual Culture (Edinburgh University Press, 2000)
  • Coles, Pippa, Matthew Higgs and Jacqui Poncelet, The British Art Show 5 (The South Bank Centre, London 2000)
  • Blake, Peter, Dawn Ades and Natalie Rudd, Peter Blake: About Collage (Tate Gallery Publishing, London 2000)
  • Godfrey, Tony, Diary (Cornerhouse, Manchester 2000)
  • Huxley, Paul, The TI Group Art Collection: Painting Graduates of the Royal College of Art 1975-2000 (TI Group, Oxford 2000)
  • Jo Hill, Kelly, Nurture and Desire (in Aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer) (Hayward Gallery, London 2000)
  • Rosenthal, Norman, Wigram, Max, Sex and the British (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris and Salzburg 2000)
  • Ant noises at the Saatchi Gallery 2 (The Pale green press, London 2000); text by Gemma de Cruz
  • Cooper, Jeremy, no FuN without U, the art of Factual Nonsense (Ellipsis, London 2000)
  • Grosenick, Uta, ART NOW (Taschen, Cologne 2000)
  • Fortes, Márcia, ArtLovers (The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Liverpool 1999)
  • Bevan, Roger, Now It’s My Turn to Scream: Works by Contemporary British Artists from the Logan Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1999)
  • Button, Virginia, The Turner Prize, (Tate Publishing, London 1999
  • Zdenek, Felix (ed.), Emotion: Young British and American Art from the Goetz Collection (Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany 1999)
  • Collings, Matthew, This is Modern Art (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London 1999)
  • Hall, James, The World as Sculpture (Chatto & Windus, London 1999)
  • Perrella, Cristiana, Maria Rosa Sossai, Michael Maziere and Catherine Elwes, Sweetie: Indentitá femminile nel video britannico (The British School at Rome, 1999)
  • Resende, Ricardo, Imagen en Movimiento: Moving Image (Chiva [S]ynergies Art, São Paulo 1999)
  • Stallabrass, Julian, High Art Lite (Verso, London 1999)
  • Scarlnii, Luca, Riccione TTV: 14a Edition (Riccione TTV, Bologna 1999)
  • Louis Maubant, Jean and Yannick Miloux (eds.), Collection Rhône-Alpes (L’institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne, France 1999)
  • Goetz, Ingvild, , Meyer-Stoll, Christiane, Art From the UK (Sammlung Goetz, Munchen 1998-99)
  • Bachmann, Ingrid and Ruth Scheuing (eds.), Material Matters: The Art and Culture of Contemporary Textiles (YYZ Books, Canada 1998)
  • Brown, Neal, La Biennale de Montréal 98 (Centre International d’Art Contemporain de Montréal, Canada 1998)
  • Corrin, Lisa, Loose Threads (Serpentine Gallery, London 1998)
  • Farquharson, Alex, Personal Effects (Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK 1998)
  • Kittelman, Udo, Live and Let Die: Tracey Emin, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Pierre Joseph (Apex Art CP, New York 1998)
  • May, Susan, Here to Stay: Arts Council Collection Purchases of the 1990s (Arts Council, London 1998)
  • Morgan, Stuart, Life is a Bitch (De Appel, Amsterdam 1998)
  • Muller, Brian, UK Maximum Diversity (Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna 1998)
  • Whittington, Richard and John McEwen, Colony Room Club: Members Only (London 1998)
  • Hegewisch, Katharina, Der Mensch Liche Fak Tor (Hypobank International SA, Luxembourg 1997)
  • Package Holiday (The Hydra Workshop, Greece 1997)
  • Sensation: Young British Artists from The Saatchi Collection (Royal Academy of Arts, London 1997); texts by Brooks Adams, Lisa Jardine, Martin Maloney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone
  • Steiner, Barbara, Kunst Arbeit, 1st Presentation of the Banks Collection (Südwest LB, Stuttgart 1997)
  • Kliege, Melitta, Matthias Michalka, Jorn Schafaff, Stephen Schmidt-Wulffen, Andreas Spiegl and Gilda Williams, Art from the UK (Sammlung Goetz, Munich 1997)
  • Buck, Louisa, Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now (Tate Publishing, London 1997)
  • Collings, Matthew, Blimey! From Bohemia to Britpop: London Art World from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst (21 Publishing, Cambridge 1997)
  • Esche, Charles, Tales from the City (Stills Gallery, Edinburgh 1997)
  • Art from the UK (Sammlung Goetz, Munich 1997)
  • Larner, Melissa (ed.), History: Image Based Work in the Late 20th Century (Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK 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)
  • Meyric Hughes, Henry and Katerina Gregos, Private Face-Urban Space (Gasworks, Athens 1997)
  • Monk, Philip, Hypermnesiac Fabulations (The Power Plant, Toronto 1997)
  • Shand-Kydd, Johnnie, Spit Fire: Photographs from the Artworld – London 1996/97 (Thames & Hudson, London 1997)
  • Schmidt-Wulffen, Stephan (ed.), Time out (Das Kunstprojekt der RENTA Gruppe Nürnberg, Germany 1997)
  • Lapa, Pedro, David Bathelor, Laurence Bossé and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Life/Live (Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997)
  • Stallabrass, Julian, Between the devil and the deep (blue) sea (Beaconsfield, London 1997)
  • Poetter, Jochen and Margrit Brehm, Urban Legends (Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany 1997
  • Evans, Stuart and Richard Shone, Made in London (Simmons and Simmons, London 1996)
  • Obrist, Hans Ulrich, Life/Live (Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1996)
  • Worsdale, Godfrey, Co-Operators (Southampton City Art Gallery, UK 1996)
  • The Aggression of Beauty (Galerie Arndt & Partner, Berlin 1996)
  • Full House: Young British Art (Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany 1996)
  • Olsen, Sanne Kofod and Simon Sheikh (eds.), I Confess (Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre, Denmark 1995)
  • Freedman, Carl, Minky Manky (South London Gallery 1995)
  • Brilliant: New Art from London (Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis 1995); texts by Stuart Morgan, Neville Wakefield, Richard Flood and Douglas Fogle
  • Smolik, Noemi, Mysterium Alltag (Kampnagel, Hamburg 1995)
  • Other Men’s Flowers (Paragon Press and Factual Nonsense, London 1994)
  • Nimarkoh, Virginia, The Phone Box: Art in Telephone Boxes (Arts Council of Great Britain and London Arts Board, London 1993)
  • ‘Like a Fucking Dog – When the Truth is Hard to Bear’, Fete Worse than Death (Factual Nonsense, London 1993)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Artist uses own paintings to savage ‘visual vandalism’ of Emin and Hirst’, The Sunday Times, 18 October 2015, p. 15
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘The women’s college that likes to put on a show’, The Saturday Times, 30 May 2015, pp. 8 - 9
  • Schachter, Kenny, ‘Viewpoint’, Baku: Issue 16, Summer 2015, pp. 61 - 62
  • Von Meiss, Susanne, ‘Unmistakably Tracey’, Swiss Universe, September to December 2015, pp. 58 - 67
  • Sands, Sarah, ‘The Progress 1000 – London’s Most Influential People 2015’, Evening Standard, September 2015, p.76
  • Griffiths, Sian, ‘Exams out of tune with women’s world’, The Sunday Times, 30 August 2015, p.9
  • Grant, Simon, ‘Perfect Bedfellows’, TATE Etc., Issue 34, Summer 2015, pp. 60 - 63
  • Forrest, Nicholas, 'Interview: Tracey Emin on "Where I Want to Go" in Vienna', blouinartinfo.com, 21 May 2015
  • Mi., J., ‘Tracey Emin – Egon Schiele: Where I want to go’, The Art Newspaper,2015 pp.49
  • Jothady, Manisha, ‘Küstler brauchen Einsamkeit’, Weiner Zeitung, 24 April 2015, p. 19
  • Spence, Rachel, ‘The personal is still political’, Financial Times (Weekend), 11 April 2015, p. 12
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘It’s just me and it always has been me: How Tracey Emin found a place among the greats’, The Guardian, 4 April 2015, p.5
  • Smart, Alistar, ‘The ideal home for Tracey’s bed’, The Daily Telegraph, 31 March 2015, p. 27
  • Ellis-Petersen, Hannah, ‘Lying in Tate: Tracey Emin’s bed is back’, The Guardian, 31 March 2015, p. 3
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Emin’s breakthrough Exorcism goes up for auction’, The Guardian, 22 January 2015, p.7
  • Buxton, Olivia, ‘Inside the Head of…Tracey Emin’, The Mail on Sunday (Event), 23 November 2014, pp.10-11
  • Childs, Andrea, ‘Life Stories: Tracey Emin’, Marie Claire, November 2014, pp.192-196
  • Patalay, Ajesh and Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York, ‘The Princess and the Artist’, Harper’s Bazaar, November 2014, pp.216 -219 and p.280
  • Spero, Josh, ‘Earlier this year, Tracey Emin’s My Bed set an auction record for the artist, selling for £2.6m. To her fellow YBSA Damien Hirst, that’s peanuts’, The Evening Standard (magazine), 24 October 2014, pp.33-35
  • Moore, Suzanne, ‘Why does the conservative art world still frame having children as the enemy of creativity?’, The Guardian, 9 October 2014, p.5
  • Harvey, Chris, ‘I won’t compromise, even if I end up on the scrapheap’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 October 2014, p.31
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘An expressionist masterclass in communicating passion’, The Guardian, 7 October 2014, p.5
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Whatever next? The bad girl of British art has finally grown up’, The Times, 7 October 2014, p.25
  • Wright, Karen, ‘The Naked and the Bed’, The Independent, 7 October 2014, pp.36-37
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘Where does that girl go? Where does that youth go?’, The Observer (magazine), 28 September 2014, front cover + pp.14-21
  • De Wolf, Joke, ‘Bed For Sale’, Kunstbeeld, July-August 2014, front cover + pp.42 - 51
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Tracey Emin’s bed returns to the Tate’, TheGuardian.com, 29 July 2014
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’s bed sells for £2.2 million’, Telegraph.com, 1 July 2014
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Emin stands by her £1.2m bed – ‘If I could have bought it to give to the Tate, I would’, The Guardian, 28 June 2014, p. 3
  • De Cruz, Gemma, ‘The Making of Mark’, Art & Music, The Saatchi Gallery Magazine, N.25, Spring 2014, pp.29-32
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘Fuck, I’m lucky…’, Time Out, January 21-27, 2014, N. 2261, pp.14-16
  • Unauthored, ‘Tracey Emin’s new NYC home’, PageSix.com, 6 December 2013
  • Roux, Caroline, ‘Art Basel Miami Beach 2013: The Florida fair steps out of the shadows of its Swiss sibling’, Wallpaper.com, 6 December 2013
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Art Basel Miami Beach: Let the bright lights shine’, Telegraph.co.uk, 6 December 2013
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘The Art Market: Art Basel Miami Beach, China auctions and Rembrandt still unsold’, FT.com, 6 December 2013
  • Greenberger, Alex, ‘Tracey Emin’s Heartbreakingly Erotic Art’, Artspace.com, 5 December 2013
  • Shaw, Anny, ‘Loud and proud: Emin makes US debut in neon’, TheArtNewspaper.com, 5 December 2013
  • Herriman, Kat, ‘Basel Begins With Tracey Emin’, WMagazine.com, 4 December 2013
  • Davison, Rebecca, ‘Art and soul! Pharrell Williams takes kooky wife Helen Lasichanh to VIP Tracey Emin dinner in Miami’, DailyMail.co.uk, 4 December 2013
  • Farago, Jason and Luscombe, Richard, ‘Art Basel Miami Beach set to capitalise on boom in contemporary art market’, TheGuardian.com, 4 December 2013
  • Boucher, Brian, ‘Tracey Emin Launches first U.S. Museum Solo During ABMB’, ArtInAmericaMagazine.com, 3 December 2013
  • Collins, Joan and Tracey Emin, ‘Trace & Joan’, Stylist, 27 November 2013, pp.74-76
  • Prynn, Jonathan, ‘Emin takes the art of cooking to a new level’, Evening Standard, 11 November 2013, p.11
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Look what the artist dragged in: Emin salutes beloved pet in glass’, The Sunday Times, 10 November 2013, p.11
  • Preston, Andrew, ‘Yes, Ma’am it’s art… and its all in your name!’, Event (The Mail on Sunday), 27 October 2013, pp.26-27
  • Abbot, Kate ‘How we made… The Shop’, The Guardian, 13 August 2013
  • Higgins, Charlotte. ‘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
  • Springate, Susan, ‘Tracey Emin tells us why turning 50 has made her count her blessings’, Hello!, 15 July 2013, No.1285, pp. 4-13
  • Vancelette, Rachel D., ‘Miami Art Basel: Recap’, Vogie.it, 12 June 2013
  • Ray, Justin, ‘Tracey Emin is bringing her tragic Neon Love Messages to MOCA North Miami during this year’s Art Basel’, complex.com, 15 May 2013
  • Duray, Dan, ‘Emin-ence Gris: Tracey Emin Comes to America’ galleristny.com, 14 May 2013
  • Springate, Susan, ‘At Home Exclusive’ Hello!, May 2013, pp. 4-14 + cover
  • Christensen, Lauren, ‘Artist Tracey Emin: Critics Are Harsher Because I’m a Woman’ VanityFair.com, 15 May 2013
  • Emin, Tracey ‘Tracey Emin: me, my selfie and I’, TheGuardian.com, 6 May 2013
  • Unauthored, ‘My favourite photos: And here’s me with Bowie…’ The Guardian (G2), 6 May 2013
  • Brooks, Jay, ‘A Life More Eminent’, You, 21 April 2013, pp.44-53 + cover
  • Krcma, Ed, ‘Tracing the Century: Drawing as a Catalyst for Change, Tate Liverpool’, Enclave Review, Issue 7, Spring 2013, p. 4
  • Goldman, Andrew, ‘Tracey Emin on getting older with her art’, Nytimes.com, 24 May 2013
  • Sutherland, Julia, ‘Quiet birds, noisy neon’, FT 4/5 May 2013 p.4+cover
  • Sutherland, Julia, ‘Quiet birds, noisy neon’, Ft.com, 3 May 2013
  • Milliard, Coline, ‘A q&a with Tracey Emin’, Modern Painters, May 2013, pp. 80-87 + cover
  • Milliard, Coline, ‘Part of me has died”: Tracey Emin on her new show and transcending her YBA years’, Blouinartinfo.com, 1 May 2013
  • Pook, Lizzie and Kate Sullivan, ‘Tracey Emin’s life in pictures’, Stylist, 1 May 2013, p. 15
  • Hastings, Chris, ‘Emin: I never had children because I’d resent leaving my studio for them’, The Mail on Sunday, 21 April 2013, p.18
  • Jones, Liz, ‘A life more Eminent: Tracey Emin opens up her intimate photo memoir – and tells Liz Jones why her ‘not always palatable’ past shaped her life’s work’, Dailymail.co.uk, 21 April 2013
  • Pollack, Barbara, ‘Love Potions’, ARTnews, February 2013, pp. 60-65 + cover
  • Un-authored, ‘I promise to love you by Tracey Emin New York’, Wallpaper.com, February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Midnight moment: Tracey Emin’, Timessquarenyc.org, February 2013
  • Emin, Tracey ‘When I left home at 15 I took some clothes and two David Bowie albums’, Thesun.co.uk, 27 February 2013
  • Meaker, Morgan, ‘The art of self-indulgence: Tracey Emin’, Londoncalling.com, 25 February 2013
  • Ekstrand, AM, ‘Rome- Tracey Emin- “You saved me” at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill through February 16th 2013’, Artobserved.com, 10 February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin blanket added to latest Ben Uri feminist exhibition’, Artlyst.com, 8 February 2013
  • Warr, Phillipa, ‘Tracey Emin uses digital art to pledge love to NYC’, Wired.co.uk, 7 February 2013
  • O’ Ceallaigh, John, ‘Tracey Emin artworks take over New York’s Times Square’, Telegraph.co.uk, 5 February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist Tracey Emin’s neon hearts sculpture to go on display in New York’, Trendhunter.com, 5 February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin gets her name up in lights on Broadway’, Artlyst.com, 2 February 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’s I promise to love you set for Times Square’, Broadwayworld.com, 1 February 2013
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Tracey Emin’, Art + Auction, January 2013, pp.79-81
  • Weston, Hillary, ‘Tracey Emin to light up Times Square with unrequited love’, Blackbookmag.com, 30 January 2013
  • Clark, Nick, ‘Emin warns of riots if Gove gets his way with reforms’, The Independent, 22 January 2013, p.11 (+cover)
  • Bennett, Asa, ‘Tracey Emin: riots “worse than 2011” will hit London if arts side-lined in education’, Londonlovesbusiness.com, 22 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist Tracey Emin appointed CBE by Queen Elizabeth II in New Year honours list’, Artdaily.org, 9 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin appointed CBE by Queen Elizabeth II’, Artbroadwayworld.com, 8 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin appointed CBE by Queen Elizabeth II in New Year Honours list’, Yareah.com, 8 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin é condecorada comandante da ordem do império britânico’, Trk.virtualtarget.com.br, 3 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin and Richard Long receive British honours’, Artreview.com, 2 January 2013
  • Un-authored, ‘New Year Honours’, The Times, 29 December 2012, 78-84 and 5-6
  • Sweney, Mark, ‘Tracey Emin recognised in New Year honours list’, The Guardian, 29 December 2012
  • Expósito, Frank, ‘Tracey Emin’, artforum.com, 22 December 2012
  • Barrett, Chris, ‘Tracey Emin’s ‘How it feels’, argentinaindependent.com, 4 December 2012
  • Emin, Tracey and Frank Expósit, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artforum.com, 12 December 2012
  • Shaw, Anny, ‘Emin shows her moves in Argentina’, The Art Newspaper, No.240, November 2012, p.42
  • Harlan Rohleder, Jorg, ‘Tracey Emin’, Interview, November 2012, pp.138-145
  • Un-authored, ‘Lehmann: Tracey Emin’s lost cat’, Tamarinnorwood.co.uk, November 2012
  • Rohleder, Jörg Harland, ‘Tracey Emin’, Andy Warhol’s Interview (Germany), November 2012, pp.138-145
  • Molina, Camila ‘O Amor e Outras Desilusões’, Caderno2, 30 November 2012, p.16
  • Cripps, Charlotte, ‘Ideas that didn’t find a platform’, The Independent, 28 November 2012, pp.44-45
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin recalls the shop’, vogue.co.uk, 22 November 2012
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Art’s stars through the ages: stellar lineup for RCA’s 175th birthday’, The Guardian, 16 November 2012, p.17
  • Morrison, Richard, ‘Art school: an oxymoron past its time?’, The Times, 15 November 2012, pp.8-9
  • Mansell, Emma, ‘Everyone I have ever slept with…’, o3gallery.wordpress.com, 7 November 2012
  • Connolly, Ellen, ‘”You call that art?” the Turner Prize is here again’, Thefinancialist.com, 7 November 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’, Girlsclubcollection.org, 6 November 2012
  • Genta, Umberta, ‘Tracey Emin: I love you. Will you marry me?’, Flash Art, Vol.45, No.286, October 2012, pp.90 - 92
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’s Olympic inspired prints for high fliers’, Finchannel.com, 25 October 2012
  • Massow, Ivan, ‘When Joan Collins showed Ivan Massow and Tracey Emin how to kiss and make up’, Standard.co.uk, 25 October 2012
  • Sheerin, Mark, ‘Tracey Emin’s tip for very young artists’, Criticismism.com, 24 October 2012
  • Duray, Dan, ‘Tracey Emin likes iPads’, Galleristny.com, 24 October 2012
  • Brockes, Emma, ‘Interviews: Tracey Emin’, The Guardian (g), 17 October 2012, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist-to-artist: conversation at MOCA, a new 4-part mini-series on WPBT2 Miami’, Prweb.com, 17 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin blasts £100k budget cut for Turner Contemporary’, Thisiskent.co.uk, 16 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin joins our campaign for same-sex marriage by calling on the Church to open up’, Independent.co.uk, 14 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Hockney and Emin work in secret auction at Towner’, BBC.co.uk, 14 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin international shop’, Familyaffairsandothermatters.com, 13 October 2012
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Art hunters complete epic quest to record every painting owned by the British public’, The Observer, 30 September 2012, p.5
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Get your own Hirst for just £1.86!’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 September 2012, p.15
  • Brown, Mark, ‘The new-look chess: toads and ketchup bottles’, The Guardian, 8 September 2012, p.18
  • Turner, Jenny, ‘The vagina monologue’, Guardian Review, 8 September 2012, pp.2-4
  • Un-authored, ‘Immaculate collection’, Stylist, No.139, 29 August 2012, pp.67-70
  • Un-authored, ‘Part me of still wonders where I’m going to sleep’, Stylist, 29 August 2012, p.24
  • Philby, Charlotte, ‘Weave got style: From Marc Quinn to Tracey Emin, tapestry is the art world’s latest love’, Independent.co.uk, 30 June 2012
  • Luck, Adam, ‘The hurtful family secret that brought my famous twin Tracey back to me’, The Mail on Sunday, 20 May 2012, pp.40-41
  • ‘Tracey draws the Queen’, FT Weekend (Magazine), 19-20 May 2012, pp.14-15 + cover
  • Un-authored, ‘The Queen by Tracey Emin’, FT Weekend, 19-20 May 2012, + cover
  • Winterson, Jeanette, ‘The evolution of Emin’, Independent Radar, 19 May 2012, pp.6-9(+ Cover)
  • Durant, Nancy, ‘ Not a lot of people know Tracey Emin is my daughter’, The Times, 7 May 2012, pp. 6-7
  • France, Louis, ‘I never want to be hurt again’, The Times (magazine), 5 May 2012, pp.24-29, (+ Cover)
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘A giant chicken offers paltry reward’, The Times (Arts), 18 April 2012, pp. 14 and 15
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner Contemporary gears up for Tracey Emin exhibition’, Artlyst.com, 17 April 2012
  • Davoudi, Salamander, ‘Pre-Raphaelites out to shock at Tate’, Ft.com, 16 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner Contemporary at one: Gallery announces £13.8 million first year boost for Margate’, Culture24.org.uk, 16 April 2012
  • Packer, William, ‘Dubuffet’s late paintings offer sophisticated lessons in simplicity’, The Times, 7 April 2012, p. 100
  • Theobald, Stephanie, ‘Selling art or selling out?’, Es Magazine, 5 April 2012, pp. 19, 20 and 21
  • Un-authored, ‘British Airways unveils new ‘Dove’, planes to mark Olympic Games’, economictimes.indiatimes.com, 4 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘The Dove.. and BA Great Britons projects take flight’, finchannel.com, 4 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Olympic dove takes to the air’, Metro, 4 April 2012, p.35
  • Topham, Gwyn, ‘BA jet sprouts golden plumage for the Olympics’, The Guardian, 4 April 2012, p.9 Un-authored, ‘Emin unveils Dove plane for Games’, The Independent, 4 April 2012, p. 13
  • Un-authored, ‘Taking flight. BA drops red, white and blue’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 April 2012 p. 2
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin releases Olympics-inspired design to the skies’, The Times, 4 April 2012, p. 16
  • Un-authored, ‘Damien Hirst critic banned from Tate show, did the Pope murder Caravaggio?, and more must-read art news (Tracey Emin protégé designs airplanes: Pascal Anson), artinfo.com, 3 April 2012
  • Woodman, Peter, ‘Tracey Emin unveils British Airways Olympic Dove planes’, independent.co.uk, 3 April 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin inspires BA Dove Plane for Olympics’, Artlyst.com, 3 April 2012
  • Glaister, Dan, ‘I’d like 11 and a half tons of resin, please’, The Guardian (g2), 2 April 2012, pp. 16- 18
  • Rudd, Matt, ‘See you at the Palace’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 1 April 2012, pp. 16- 21
  • Batten, Rhiannon, ‘The 50 best Spring days out’, The Independent (Saturday’s Magazine), 31 March – 6 April 2012, pp. 4- 7
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Lucky Kunst, by Gregor Muir’, independent.co.uk, 30 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Eat, watch, love…’, Evening Standard, 26 March 2012, p.39
  • Higgings, Mike, ‘The Young British Artists: A spotted history’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 March 2012, p. i4 and i5
  • Un-authored, ‘Dinos eyes up a Tory scrap’, Evening Standard, 22 March 2012, p. 17
  • Un-authored, ‘Crisis commission exhibition at Somerset House’, independent.co.uk, 14 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘What a nice place to work’, The Observer (The New Review), 18 March 2012, pp.14-17
  • Vincent, Alice, ‘Emin contributes to crisis commission’, huffingtonpost.co.uk, 14 March 2012
  • Dowling, Tim, ‘Dinner at the White House: the Brits on the guest list’, guardian.co.uk, 14 March 2012
  • Radnor, Abigail, ‘Are you sitting comfortably’. The Times Magazine, 25 February 2012, pp. 42-48
  • Garnett, Natasha, Reformed Bad-Girl artist Tracey Emin, wsj.com, 23 February 2012
  • Reilly, Maura, ‘What you see is what I am. Tracey Emin’s self-portraiture’, Art and Australia, No. 3, 48. 2011
  • Usborne, Simon, ‘When Daniel told Nick the magic had gone…’, The Independent, 7 February 2012, pp.28-29
  • Bayley, Stephen, ‘Flights of fanc on an aircraft tail fin’, The Independent on Sunday, 29 January 2012 p.83
  • Kalra,Vandana, ‘The Ides of Marc’, indianexpress.com, 28 January 2012
  • Burke, Jason, ‘Hirst and Emin to woo India’s art market’, The Guardian, 26 January 2012, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘British Airways commission Tracey Emin to create Olympic Aircraft’, artlyst.com, 26 January 2012
  • Patel, Salina, ‘British designer develops dove shape Olympic aircraft for BA’, skyport-hearthrow.co.uk, 25 January 2012
  • Kampfner, John, ‘Call it the Tracey Emin effect: art overcoming austerity outside London’, museumassociation.org, 10 January 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Our view of the year’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 1 January 2012, pp. 6- 8
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘All the ladies’, The Art Newspaper, No. 230, December 2011 p.39
  • Lister, David, ‘There should be room in the arts world for people of all political persuasions’, The Independent, 31 December 2011, p.37
  • Sylvester, Rachel, ‘Are you part of the Mateocracy?’, The Times Magazine, 24 December 2011, pp.32-35
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The case for the pencil’, The Times, 19 December 2011, pp. 10-11
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Putting Emin in charge of drawing is an inspired idea’, The Independent, 18 December 2011
  • Graeber, David, ‘Note Worthy’, The Guardian (Review), 17 December 2011, pp. 2-3 and 4
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘How Britain turned in on itself’, The Guardian, 17 December 2011, p. 44
  • Sutcliffe. Tom, ‘Is Tracey Emin such an irresistible draw’, The Independent, 16 December 2011, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin to bed-in next generation of artists’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 December 2011, p.15
  • Bayley, Stephen, ‘We should go back to the drawing board’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 December 2011, p. 28
  • Leith, Sam, ‘Play and Display’, Tatler, January 2011, pp.102-107
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin named Drawing Professor at Royal Academy’, huffingtonpost.com, 14 December 2011
  • Singh, Anita, ‘Royal Academy “should be home for controversy”’, The Dailly Telegraph, 10 December 2011, p.14
  • Singer, Leigh, ’Tracey and the Margate Birds’, The Independent (Arts), 9 December 2011, p.2
  • Shaw, Anny, ‘Spreading the word’, The Art Newspaper, 2-4 December 2011, p.6
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Vulgar, Eurotrashy, Masturbatory’: Saatchi’s scathing portrait of the art world’, The Guardian, 3 December 2011, p.3
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Saatchi’s Robert Hughes moment’, The Guardian, p.3
  • Maloney, Jennifer, The climate at Art Basel Miami Beach: Warm, not hot’, The Wall Street Journal, 3 December 2011
  • Sutton, Kate, ‘Pep Raleigh’, Artforum, 2 December 2011
  • Youde, Kate, Westland, Naomi, ‘Art lovers queue up for RCA’a £45 sale’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 November 2011, p.9
  • Murphy, Victoria, ‘Queen asks Tracey Emin: do you show internationally as well as in Margate?’, mirror.co.uk, 12 November 2011
  • Fox, Neal, Coleman, Les, ‘Big is Best’, Art Review, November 2011, pp.42-43
  • Rayner, Gordon, ‘Tracey Emin confesses I am a secret royalist’, The Daily Telegraph, 12 November 2011, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Ma’am goes to Margate: Queen meets bad girl of Britart Tracey Emin at new Turner gallery’, dailymail.co.uk, 12 November 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Two pillars of the establishment…and an irascible Duke’, The Independent, 12 November 2011, pp.18-19
  • Brown, Mark, ‘When Elizabeth met Emin: Smiles all round as royals visit Margate’, The Guardian, 12 November 2011, p.5
  • Low, Valentine, ‘A curtsey without controversy as Tracey Emin meets her majesty’, The Times, 12 November 2011, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Margate tour for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh’, bbc.co.uk, 11 November 2011
  • Rayner, Gordon, ‘Tracey Emin: The Royals are so important to our country’, Telegraph.co.uk, 11 November 2011
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Queen meets Tracey Emin in Margate’, Guardian.co.uk, 11 November 2011
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘How the homeless will have their voices heard at the Olympics’, The Times, 5 November 2011, pp.16-17
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Art, poems, pop-up proms: Southbank’s Olympic event’, The Guardian, 1 November 2011, pp.12-13
  • Hogan, Phil, ‘And with lashings of WMD…’, The Observer (The New Review – Television), 16 October 2011, p.23
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Jay Jopling portrait of the perfect gallerist’, The Observer profile, 9 October 2011, p.34
  • Messenger, Jane, ‘Contemporaries without peers’, Articulate, Winter 2011, pp.20-24
  • Un-authored,’20/20: David Brian Smith’, Frieze, September 2011, p.125
  • Noble, Kathy, ‘Tracey Emin: Hayward Gallery, London’, Frieze, September 2011, p.200
  • Charlesworth, J.J, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want’, Art Review, September 2011, pp.168-169
  • Brown, Neil, ‘I need art like I need God’, Art & Christianity, No.67, Autumn 2011, pp.8-11
  • Merrick, Jay, ‘PoMo: evryobidy’s doing it’, The Independent, 12 September 2011, pp.2-3
  • Un-authored, ‘Steely boy scout inspires 9/11 art auction’, The Daily Telegraph, September 4 2011, p.10
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Exhibitions’, The Times, September 3 2011, p.23
  • Lovatt, Estelle, ‘Tracey Emin: Love Is What You Want’, Art Of England, August 2011, No 84, pp.36-39
  • ‘Why I love Neon’, from Conrad, Peter, ‘The greatest light show on earth’, The Observer (The New Review), 28 August 2011, pp.8-11
  • Mann, Marylin, ‘Tracey’s voice’, The Guardian, 25 August 2011, p.41
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘So what is Tracey’s piece doing in No 10?’, The Guardian, 23 August 2011, p.2
  • Rushton Susie, ‘This isn’t art, it’s a focus group’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 23 August 2011, p.24
  • Hollingshead, Iain, ‘More passion? That’s the last thing those politicians need!’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 August 2011, p.21
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘The art of politics’, The Daily Mail (Life&Style), 23 August 2011, p.39
  • Mckay, Peter, ‘Could Tracey Emin kill Cameron’s credibility?’, The Daily Mail, 22 August 2011, p.17
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Critic’s Choice: Tracey Emin: Love Is What You Want’, Financial Times (Life&Arts), August 20-21, p.13
  • Hennessy, Patrick, Nikkah, Roya, ‘Emin’s bright idea brings passion to heart of No 10’, The Sunday Telegraph, 21 August 2011, p.3
  • Chen, Marissa, ‘The world according to Tracey Emin’, hintmag.com, 12 July 2011
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Tracey emin: No bedtime story’, Art in America, June/July 2011, pp. 1,155-161
  • Pietsch, Hans, ‘Ein sehr trauriger Mensch’, Art Magazine, June 2011, p.101
  • Un-authored, ‘Who would you like to see designing the London 2012 posters?’, guardian.co.uk (London 2012 Blog), June 2011
  • Hack, Jefferson and Lucia Davies, 'The AnOther Proust Questionnaire / Tracey Emin', anothermag.com, 29 June 2011
  • Letts, Quentin, ‘Let’s say Amen to Emin’, Daily Mail, 25 June 2011, p.40
  • Hudson, Mark, ‘Olympics art: on your marks get set draw’, telegraph.co.uk, 24 June 2011
  • Nayeri, Farah, ‘Tracey Emin to design Olympic posters with Ofili, Craig-Martin’, Bloomberg.com, 21 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin to design official London 2012 poster’, london2012.com, 21 June 2011
  • Walters, Guy, ‘The Olympics have always been a but Fascist, Tracey’, newstatesman.com, 21 June 2011
  • Schembri Bonaci, Giuseppe, ‘Saatchi and Malta, or Tracey Emin and the Maltese Church’, Malta Independent online, 19 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Louis Vuitton launches young arts project’, huffingtonpost.com (The Good News), 19 June 2011
  • Beckett , Warren, Tracey Emin’s ‘Love is what you want’’, culture.bitchbuzz.com, 15 June 2011
  • Curtis, Nick, Bryant, Miranda, ‘An art website created by and for young people has been inundated with thousands of hits after going live’, The Evening Standard, 14 June 2011
  • Grove, Sophie, ‘Cultural exchange: Tracey Emin’s art and politics provoke’, latimes.com, 12 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Art car boot fair a collector’s dream come true’, Artlyst.com, 10 June 2011
  • Leek, Genevra, ‘Sweet charity with Tracey Emin…’, Vogue.com, 7 June 2011
  • Joseph, Claudia, ‘If you think Tracey Emin is wild say hello to her terrible twin’, dailymail.co.uk, 4 June 2011
  • Coxhead, Gabriel, ‘Tracey Emin: review’, timeout.com/London, 3 June 2011
  • Falloon, Matt, ‘Britain unveils historic and hip government art’, Reuters.com, 3 Jun 2011
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Traey Emin: no bedtime story’, artinamericamagazine.com, 1 June 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Letters to the editor: speaking frankly about Tracey Emin’, The Daily Telegraph’, 1 June 2011, p.19
  • Rimanelli, David, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What you Want’, ARTFORUM, May 2011, p.149
  • Scott-Bolton, Andrew, ‘In bed with Tracey Emin & Stewart Home’, 3ammagazine.com, May 2011
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Now see this’ Art Review, No. 50, May 2011, p.40
  • Spencer, Charles, ‘If Tracey wants to be sexy and shocking’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 May 2011, p.22
  • Lindley, Peter, ‘Tracey Emin’, morningstartonline.co.uk, 29 May 2011
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want’, The Financial Times (Visual Arts), 28/29 May 2011, p.15
  • Sutcliffe, Tom, ‘I’m pleased she hasn’t bedded herself’, The Independent (Arts), 27 May 2011, p.3
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Januszczak on Emin’, the Sunday Times, 22 May 2011, pp.8-9
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘A little light entertainment’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 May 2011
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want, Hayward Gallery, London’, Independent.co.uk, 22 May 2011
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Tracey Emin: love Is What you Want – review’, Guardian.co.uk, 22 May 2011
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Next generation turns its back on Emin and Hirst’s conceptual artworks’, Guardian.co.uk, 22 May 2011
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘British art’s new breed challenge Emin and Hirst’s shock tactics with a serious intent’, The Observer (Art), 22 May 2011, p.12
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Tracey Elements’, Financial Times, 22 May 2011, p.13
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘The melodrama of being Tracey, bigger than one’, The Observer New Review, 22 May 2011, p.34
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Tracey Emin’, Financial Times, 21 May 2011
  • Un-authored, ‘Sewell misses Emin’s point’, Evening Standard (Letters), 20 May 2011, p.59
  • Deacon , Michael, ‘A303: Highway to the sun; plus In Confidence with Tracey Emin’, telegraph.co.uk, 20 May 2011
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want’, Evening Standard, 19 May 2011
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Tracey Emin’s saucy egoistic relics seduced in London show’, Bloomberg.com, 18 May 2011
  • Power, Marianne, ‘Portrait of the artist and why we all need an original perspective’/ ‘A mind of their own’, stylist.co.uk, 18 May 2011, pp, 1, 52, 53, 55, 56
  • Miller, Ben, ‘Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want at the Hayward Gallery’, culture24.org.uk, 17 May 2011
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘I arrived a sceptic and left a convert’, The Times, 17 May 2011, p.10
  • Brown, Mark, ‘She may be a Tory, but Emin’s landmark show is out to prove she’s no conservative’, The Guardian, 17 May 2011, p.3
  • Attwood, Naomi, ‘Grazia Daily catches up with Tracey Emin!’, graziadaily.co.uk, 17 May 2011
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘A new perspective as Emin stands up for Tory arts cuts’, The Times, may 17 2011, p.16
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Excess all areas’, The Guardian, 17 May 2011, pp.19-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Tampon on show…even Emin is ‘queasy’, Metro, 17 May 2011, p.9
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Emin: Loving and dying for her art’, The Independent, 17 May 2011, p.17
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Excess all areas’, The Guardian, 17 May 2011, pp.19-21
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Tracey Emin, this is you life’, The Daily Telegraph (Reviews), 17 May 2011, p.23
  • McLean-Ferris, Laura, ‘A bit in love with this offbeat talent’, The Independent Viewspaper, 17 May 2011, p.21
  • Emin, Tracey ‘The biggest day of my life’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 16 May 2011, p.18
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Emin the not-so-young British artist: swimming, dancing…and happy’, Evening Standard, 16 May 2011, p.3
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Tracey Emin: Love Is What You Want, Hayward Gallery review’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 May 2011
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Tracey out to prove she’s no conservative at London retrospective’, The Guardian, 16 May 2011
  • Palmer, Mark, ‘Marvel at Margate’, Daily Mail, 13 May 2011, p.66
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘”I am still angry, even if I’m not an angry young woman anymore”’, Time Out (Interview), 12-18 May 2011, pp. 1 and 14-18
  • Smith, Ali, ‘What you see is what I am’, The Guardian Review, 7 May 2011, p.16
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin gets stitched up’, The Guardian Guide, 30 April – 6 May 2011, p.35
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Another night on the tiles/ Truly, madly Tracey’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 8 May 2011, pp. 1, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21 and 23
  • Un-authored, ‘The Royal wedding: Original artwork by Tracey Emin’, The Independent (Saturday edition), 30 April 2011, p. 1
  • Silverman, Laura, ‘1,820 hours and Tracey Emin is remade’, The Times (Review), 23 April 2011, p.5
  • Merrick, Jay, ‘The art resort: Margate unveils its Turner Prize’, The Independent, 16 April 2011, pp.22-23
  • Quill, Kate, ‘Turner puts Margate in the frame’, The Times (Travel), 16 April 2011, p.27
  • Smith, Neil, ‘Tracey Emin welcomes new art gallery to Margate’, bbc.co.uk, 15 April 2011
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Amid tough times, gallery building boom brings hope for the future’, The Guardian, 9 April 2911, p.11
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Art’, The Guardian (critic’s choice), 6 April 2011, p.10
  • Branigan, Tania, Brown, Mark, Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Ai Weiwei’s detention in China causes growing global concern’, Guardian.co.uk, 5 April 2011
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Something out of nothing’, FT.com, 1 April 2011
  • Hensher, Philip, ‘We know what we like and it’s not modern art’, Daily Mail (review), 13 March 2011, pp.1-4
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Emin is criticised by Chapman for siding with Cameron’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 March 2011, p.10
  • Greer, Germoan, ‘Now please pay attention everybody. I am about to tell you what art is’, The Guardian (Arts comment), 7 March 2011, p.22
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘Confessions from the couch, The Times (Saturday review), 12 March 2011, pp.1-2
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Never mind cocaine, the yearning of fame is chutney’, The Times, 12 March 2011, p.11
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Jam jar time, and not a primula in sight’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 February 2011, p.53
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘The unbeatable lightness of being’, The Observer (Art), 20 February 2011, pp.32-34
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Muddying the water’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 19-20 February 2011, p.12
  • Singh, Anita, ‘Tracey Emin is given the green light to turn No 10 neon’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 February 2011
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Wake up, girls, the battle isn’t over yet’, The Times (Arts), 17 February 2011, pp.13-14
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘When Tracey met Louise’, The Independent, 15 February 2011, pp. 18-19
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Awash with inspiration’, The Guardian, 15 February 2011, pp.19-21
  • Rose, Rebecca, ‘Landscapes? Think again’, FT Magazine, February 12-13 2011, pp.22-26
  • Hudson, Mark, ‘The appeal is transparent’, The Telegraph (review), 5 February 2011, pp.12-13
  • Hughes, Kathryn, ‘Pale and interesting’, Saturday Guardian, 5 February 2011, pp.16-17
  • Harris, John, ‘We’re all right’, The Guardian (G2), 3 February 2011, pp.5-7
  • Un-authored, ‘The List: Art Economist’s top earning 300 artists’, The Art Economist, January 2011, pp.21-31
  • Williams, Holly, ‘Heads up: Do not abandon me’, independent.co.uk, 16 January 2011
  • Strani-Potts, Maria, ‘On Tracey Emin’, thepoundburyquilters.blogspot.com, 16 January 2011
  • Williams, Holly, ‘Tracey, would you give me a hand for a moment?’, Independent on Sunday, 16 January 2011, pp.64-65
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Art: Tracey Emin’, The Guardian, 1 January 2011, pp.4-5
  • Lala, Kiša, ‘Our artist’, Spread, No.5, 2010, pp.46-51
  • Un-authored, ‘Artists’ biographies’, Tank Magazine, Vol.6:4, Winter 2010, p.102
  • Weil, Harry, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artus, 2010, p.104
  • WS, ‘Vliegangst en liefdesvleugels’, Mister Motley Magazine, No.25 Vol.6, 2010, pp.32-33
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘The Creator’, Evening Standard Magazine, 17 December 2010, pp.20-24
  • Un-authored, ‘Free Ashianti’, The Times, 14 December 2010, p.25
  • FT writers and editors, ‘Leading from the front’, Financial Times Magazine, 11-12 December 2010, pp.24-27
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Britart joins up with ‘a piece of history’ in exhibition, The Guardian, 2 December 2010, p.19
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘Murdered Mexican women remembered in portrait show’, The Art Newspaper, No.218, November 2010
  • Hebblethwaite, Cordelia, ‘Artists’ tribute to Mexico’s missing and murdered women’, bbc.co.uk/news, 16 November 2010
  • Taylor, Andrew, ‘A cracking time for Emin’, smh.com.au, 14 November 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘The 100 most powerful women in Britain’, The Sunday Telegraph (Stella), 14 November 2010, pp.36-51
  • Hill, Amelia, ‘Exhibition commemorates thousands of Mexico’s vanished women’, The Guardian, 13 November 2010
  • Miller, Ben, ‘Royal College of Art plays it cool with secret show starring Tracey Emin and Grayson Perry’, culture24.org.uk, 12 November 2010
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Answers on a postcard: Royal College of Art in ‘secrecy’ record’, The Guardian, 11 November 2010, pp.16-17
  • O’Reilley, Sara, ‘How to bag a Tracey Emin for £45…’, timeout.com, November 11-17 2010
  • Silva, Horacio, ‘Magic Show’, tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com, 10 November 2010
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Royal College of Art postcard exhibition is biggest yet’, The Guardian, 10 November 2010, p.16
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Tracey Emin: art cuts could have been worse’, telegraph.co.uk, 9 November 2010
  • Groves, Nancy, ‘Buying art: Cut-price masterpieces’, independent.co.uk, 9 November 2010
  • CG, ‘Market News’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 November 2010, p.26
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Which picture is by a famous artist? Answers on a postcard’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 9 November 2010, p.14
  • Self, Will, ‘Working the Room’, ft.com, 5 November 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’, loveart.com, 5 November 2010
  • Higson, Rosalie, ‘Tracey Emin at ease under brighter southern skies’, theaustralian.com.au, 5 November 2010
  • Glover, Richard, ‘It’s about sleep not sex pleads international artist’, smh.com.au, 5 November 2010
  • Allen, Emma, ‘Fatal Art: Stacy Engman on her show of Artist- Designed Tarot Cards’, artinfo.com, 5 November 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Picking up the thread of dreams and desires’, smh.com, November 3 2010
  • Battersby, Matilda, ‘For Sale: Tracey Emin painting, £45’, independent.co.uk, 2 November 2010
  • Davies, Lucia, ‘Mary McCartney, from where I stand: Interview’, anothermeg.com, 2 November 2010
  • Lindemann, Adam, ‘The Adam’s Promise: The Persistent Myth of Charles Saatchi’, observer.com, 2 November 2010
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘Blackberry photo diary’, Tank Magazine, Winter 2010, pp.70-71
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist Biographies’, Tank, Vol.6:4, Winter 2010, p.102
  • Un-authored, Tank, Vol.6:4, Winter 2010, pp.70-71; images by Tracey Emin
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘I feel that Louise was passing a baton’: Tracey Emin on working hand-in-hand with Louise Bourgeois’, The Art Newspaper, October 2010, p.84
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘I feel that Louise was passing a baton’, The Art Newspaper’, October 2010, p.84
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Tracey, Damien and other genuine originals’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2010, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist jailed for selling forgeries of Tracey Emin’s work’, The Times, 29 October 2010, p.23
  • Un-authored, ‘Forger jailed for selling fake Tracey Emin works’, The Guardian, 29 October 2010, p.10
  • Maciejowska, Kasia, ‘The art of the home deal’, The Times (Bricks&Mortar), 29 October 2010, p.16
  • Wilson, Ashleigh, ‘Artists on board with piecework’, theaustralian.com.au, 28 October 2010
  • K Thakur, Monami, ‘New York’s Lehmann Maupin Gallery introduces contemporary art in Istanbul’, hken.ibtimes.com, 27 October 2010
  • Hartvig, Nicolai, ‘FIAC Postmortem: The Highs and Lows of France’s Premiere Art Fair’, artinfo.com, 25 October 2010
  • Taylor, Andrew, ‘A hot club for cool crowd’, smh.com.au, 24 October 2010
  • Pollock, Lindsay, ‘Does sex really sell?’ theartnewspaper.com, 20 October 2010
  • Carter, Imogen, ‘What’s your favourite drawing?’, The Observer (The New Review), 17 October 2010, p.7
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘“I only collect work by women artists. But I collect it because it is great art”’, The Observer, 17 October 2010, p.33
  • Nikkah, Roya, ‘Mary McCartney: Access all areas’, The Daily Telegraph (Seven), 17 October 2010, pp.16-19
  • Un-authored, ‘Arts news’, The Financial Times, 16-17 October 2010, p.10
  • Roux, Caroline, ‘How to collect art’, The Independent Magazine, 16 October 2010, pp.21-27
  • Jones, Alice, ‘All the fun of the Frieze’, The Independent, 16 October 2010, pp.16-17
  • Rule, Dan, ‘Artists in check’, The Age, 16 October 2010, pp.14-15
  • Walker, Tim, ‘How miss Emin suffers for her art’, The Daily Telegraph, 14 October 2010, p.8
  • Adam Georgina, Burns, Charlotte and Gerlis, Melanie, ‘Frieze opening report: Big bold displays but sober prices’, theartnewspaper.com, 14 October 2010
  • Hastings, Rob, ‘Dripping in money and champagne, the arty party descends on London’, The Independent, 13 October 2010, pp.10-11
  • High street ken, ‘High street Ken’s diary’, The Independent, 13 October 2010, p.2
  • Thorncroft, Anthony, ‘Repeat performance’, The Financial Times (Collecting), 9-10 October 2010, pp.1-2
  • Jacques, Adam, ‘On the agenda: Visual arts’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 10 October 2010, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘From contemporary art to charity and a model pregnancy’, The Financial Times (Collecting), 9 October 2010, p.7
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The Times chief art critic introduces the Art Power List 2010’, The Times (Saturday Review), 9 October 2010, pp.1-2
  • Elmhirst, Sophie, ‘Cultural Capital: Preview - NS Interview with Tracey Emin’, newstatesman.com, 8 October 2010
  • Nicholl, Katie, ‘Tracey Emin heartbroken as she splits from her boyfriend’, The Mail on Sunday, 3 October 2010, pp. 1&3
  • Felsenburg, Ben, ‘Live for TV’, The Mail on Sunday (Live), 3 October 2010, p.38
  • Duffel, Rachel and Tim Marlow, ‘The Power of Influence’, Kee, September 2010, pp.12-15
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘Saatchi’s gift, but can the nation afford it?’, The Art Newspaper, No.216, September 2010, p.12
  • Sutherland, John, ‘Save our postcards!’, The Guardian (G2), 29 September 2010, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘I have become addicted to art’, The Times, 27 September 2010, pp.72-73
  • Un-authored, ‘The feral beast: Emin between the covers’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 September 2010, p.2
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Leading artists unite to oppose cuts to arts funding’, The Independent, 11 September 2010, p.10
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Tate rediscovers art’s radical front: watercolour’, The Times, 10 September 2010, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘To fund the arts or not? Let’s ask Tracey’, The Guardian, 8 September 2010, p.33
  • Gleadell, Collin, ‘Entry to Soane’s magic world’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 September 2010, p.24
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Critics’ choice: The Body in Women’s Art Now’, The Financial Times (Life&Arts), 4-5 September 2010, p.21
  • Feinstein, Sharon, ‘Tracey Emin: Britain’s leading contemporary artist talks monogamy and why these days, she’s keeping her bed neatly made’, coutts.com, August 2010
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Artists flinch at ‘honour’ of hanging in Tory offices’, independent.co.uk, 30 August 2010
  • Fennell, Edward, ‘Lawyers and the fine art of snap judgement’, The Times, 12 August 2010, p.61
  • Un-authored, ‘Major spaces and institutions’, Time Out (Art), 26 July – 4 August 2010, p.42
  • J Well, Harry, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artus, July 2010, p.104
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The thin grey line’, The Guardian (Arts supplement), 21 July 2010, pp.19-21
  • Woolf, Marie, ‘New baroness reveals she shares black slave ancestor with Tracey Emin’, The Sunday Times, 18 July 2010, p.9
  • Alberge, Daya, ‘Art collectors build museums to let public see private hoards’, The Observer, 11 July 2010
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘My money’s on Monet, what do you think?’, Times2 (Life), 8 July 2010, pp.49 and 51
  • Glover, Michael, ‘A welcome addition to our modern cultural landscape’, The Independent, 7 July 2010, p.17
  • Burrell, Ian, ‘Introducing the rising stars of UK’s creative industries’, The Independent, 7 July 2010, p.25
  • Nicholl, Kate, ‘Tracey’s sclutped new bust is truly a work of art’, The Mail on Sunday, July 4 2010, p.23
  • Hoyle, Ben, Richard Cork and Michael Glover, ‘Saatchi’s £25m gift to the nation: a ‘living museum’ of modern art – and Tracey Emin’s bed’, The Times, 2 July 2010, p.3
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Saatchi gives up his art – and his name – for the nation’, The Independent, 2 July 2010, pp.16-17
  • Brown. Mark, and Adrian Searle, ‘This soil is ours: Emin’s unmade bed given to nation in Saatchi’s £25m modern art gift’, The Guardian, 2 July 2010, p.11
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Charles Saatchi’s donation’, telegraph.co.uk, 1 July 2010
  • McLean-Ferris, ‘New forms of space exploration’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 30 June 2010, p.17
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Exhibition of the week: RA Summer Exhibition 2010’, Time Out, 24 June 2010, p.41
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Why the beauty of modern art is in the mind of the beholder’, The Observer, 20 June 2010, pp.18-19
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Craft Works’, The Independent on Sunday Magazine, 19 June 2010, pp.48-51
  • Turner, Janice, ‘Interview with Tracey Emin’, The Times (Saturday Review), June 2010, pp.1-2
  • Henderson, Fergus, ‘Old mates, primates…but no bad behaviour’, The Observer (The New Review), 13 June 2010, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘The Knowledge’, Evening Standard Magazine, 11 June 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Common purpose: Boris and Tracey champion homeless, The Guardian, 11 June 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Embedded in art’, Mayfair, 10 June 2010, p.23
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Oh, no! It’s the summer exhibition!’, Evening Standard, 10 June 2010, pp.31-32
  • Un-authored, Evening Standard, 10 June 2010
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Artists in attack on YBAs who sold out in pursuit of fame’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 June 2010
  • Blanchard, Tasmin, ‘Mall to play for’, The Telegraph magazine, 5 June 2010, pp.42-45
  • Shaitly, Shahesta, ‘Cai Yuan and Jian Jun (JJ) XI’, The Observer Magazine, 30 May 2010, p.50
  • Carson, Alan, ‘Artist Tracey Emin’s show made me cry, reveals Shirley Manson’, dailyrecord.co.uk, 30 May 2010
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Portrait of the artists, right now’, The Times, 24 May 2010, pp.50-51
  • Un-authored, ‘Party Time’, The Daily Telegraph, 22 May 2010, p.2
  • Rawlinson, Kevin, ‘Man charged with selling Tracey Emin fakes’, The Independent, 20 May 2010, p.23
  • Prynn, Jonathan, ‘East London artists given new platform at Stratford mall’, Evening Standard, 17 May 2010, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Quilts 1700-2010’, The Sunday Times (Culture) 16 May 2010, p.34
  • Un-authored, ‘Tories win Tracey’s X’, Evening Standard, 6 May 2010, p.17
  • van der Post, Lucia, ‘Young at Art’, The Financial Times (How To Spend It) , 1 May 2010, pp.10-12
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Let public into my art studio? Of course, says Emin, over my dead body’, The Times, 1 May 2010, p.7
  • Hind, John, ‘My life on a plate: Tracey Emin’, Observer Food Monthly, April 2010, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ Choice, Time Out, 22-28 April 2010, p.44
  • Low, Valentine, ‘Swaggering punks with pierced hearts put on a show of respect for McLaren’, The Times, 23 April 2010, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘Famous Turner Works – Where Are They Now?’, The Independent, 23 April 2010, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘‘Too fast to live, too young to die’: Former lover Vivienne Westwood leads mourners at funeral of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren’, dailmail.co.uk, 22 April 2010
  • Willis, Tim, ‘Her Eminence’, The Lady, 13 April 2010, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘I was momentarily aroused from my torpor by…’, The Guardian, 10 April 2010, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic’s choice’, Time Out, 1-7 April 2010, p.32
  • Malone, Sam, ‘Snap up an Emin print and help Haiti’, walesonline.co.uk, 20 March 2010
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Make it, break it? Love it’, The Times, March 2010, pp.62-63
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin’s bedtime memories to go on show at the V&A’, thetimes.co.uk, 18 March 2010
  • Cripps, Charlotte, ‘Stitches in time’, The Independent, 15 March 2010, p.14
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Louis Bourgeois: A law unto herself’, Phillips de Pury, 6 March 2010, p.30
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘Tracey Emin: Make your own Emin cat quilt’, The Times, 5 March 2010, p.10-11
  • Glover, Michael, ‘Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin and Paula Rego, The Foundling Museum, London’, independent.co.uk, 25 February 2010
  • Childish, Billy and Helen Sumpter, ‘Billy Childish comes unstuck’, Time Out, 18-24 February 2010, p.39
  • Gillan, Audrey, ‘Underneath the arches: plan for Brick Lane hijab gates on tourist trail angers residents,’ The Guardian, 16 February 2010, p.9
  • Landy, Michael, ‘Damien told me his work was rubbish so I threw it into a skip’, The Sunday Times, 7 February 2010, p.19
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Pawel and his entourage bring bling to Britain’, The Art Newspaper, No.209, January 2010, p.17
  • Adams, Tim, ‘The ghosts of children past inspire three modern masters’, The Observer, 31 January 2010
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Why wait for the critics? Artist does a demolition job on star painter’s ‘failures’’, The Times, 29 January 2010, p.27
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Damien, can I bin that work you gave me?’, The Independent, 29 January 2010, p.13
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘But is it Rubbish? Hirst joins artist’s scrapyard of failure’, 29 January 2010, p.22
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Artist Michael Landy bins works by Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin’, The Times, 29 January 2010
  • Walker, Tim, ‘David Dimbleby questions Tracey Emin’s feminism’, telegraph.co.uk, 25 January 2010
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Fake Tracey Emin paintings found’, The Independent, 23 January 2010
  • Fresco, Adam, ‘Copy of master forger’s garden shed in V&A display of fakes’, The Times, 23 January 2010, p.43
  • Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Look ahead’, The Sunday Times, 2-8 January 2010, p.21
  • Copping, Jasper, ‘Oops… the gallery of broken arts’, The Sunday Telegraph, 20 December 2010, p.9
  • Konigsberg, Eric, ‘Quite Big in Britain, Not Quite in the US’, The New York Times, 14 November 2009, C1
  • Hari, Johann, ‘At last our artists are confronting the reality of climate change’, The Independent, 9 December 2009, p.31
  • Un-authored, ‘Sam wants to kid about’, Daily Express, 8 December 2009
  • Coghlan, Niamh, ‘Art in a Material World’, Aesthetica, No.31, October-November 2009, pp.22-25
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Art Barter: Artists and Artisans’, independent.co.uk, 29 November 2009
  • Usbourne, David, ‘Lady liberty’, The Independent, 26 November 2009, pp.6-7
  • Alkayat, Zena, ‘Saatchi’s search for art’s X Factor’, Metro, 23 November 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘School of Saatchi’, initialaccess.co.uk, 27 November 2009
  • Yablonka, Linda, ‘New sensation,’ New York Magazine, 13 November 2009
  • Douglas, Sarah, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artinfo.com, 12 November 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘The Guardian: 1000 artworks to see before you die: Volume 2’, The Guardian, 27 October 2009, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘Frieze Frontline: Alexandra Hill’, vogue.co.uk, 16 October 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Shop Girls’, The Times Magazine, 15 October 2009, pp.38-45
  • Lack, Jessica, ‘I’ll have a Matisse please’, The Guardian (G2), 15 October 2009, pp.14-15
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Sex, Money and Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 October 2009, p.31
  • Remes, Outi, ‘Replaying the old stereotypes into an artistic role: the case of Tracey Emin’, Women’s History Review, Vol.18, No.4, September 2009, pp.559-575
  • Valdez, Sarah, ‘The female gaze: Women look at women,’ Art in America, September 2009, p.141
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Tracey Emin: ‘Drawing to me is a singular pursuit, it’s what I do alone with my imagination. It’s exactly like masturbation’’, Art World, August - September 2009, pp.56-59
  • Akbar, Afrika, ‘‘Good Business is the best art’ said Andy Warhol – and the big new show at Tate Modern proves just how right he was’, The Independent Magazine, 26 September 2009, pp.28-33
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘The 15 minutes of fame that isn’t over yet’, The Times, 26 September 2009, pp.6-7
  • Terranova, Charissa, ‘Female Forces’, The Dallas Morning News, 18 September 2009, p.2E
  • Pyke, Steve, ‘The art of selling out’, The Observer Magazine, 6 September 2009, pp.24-32
  • McKenzie, Janet, ‘One Thousand Drawings by Tracey Emin’, studio-international.co.uk, 26 August 2009
  • Rajan, Amol, ‘Big names giving it up for Africa’, The Independent, 7 August 2009, p.8
  • Dougary, Ginny, ‘Tracey Emin on a year of living dangerously’, thetimes.co.uk, 25 July 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Critics’ Choice: Galleries’, Time Out, 2-8 July 2009, p.50
  • Landon, Daniel, ‘Tracy Emin: Those who suffer love’, TNT Magazine, 13 June 2009, p.21
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Reviews: Tracey Emin at White Cube’, Time Out, 4-10 June 2009, p.43
  • Hudson, Mark, ‘The idiot savant of modern art’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 June 2009, p.25
  • Gardner, Jasmine, ‘Is Tracey Emin the last taboo?’, Evening Standard, 2 June 2009, p.29
  • Guner, Fison, ‘Tracy Emin: Those who suffer love’, Metro, 1 June 2009, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘Shaun Gladwell and Tracey Emin’, Adam and Eve, No.2, March - May 2009, pp.50-51
  • Conrad, Peter, ‘Confessions of a saucy seamstress’, The Observer, 31 May 2009, p.13
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Tracey’s really done it this time’, Evening Standard, 28 May 2009, pp.34-35
  • Jury, Louise, ‘‘Sex? I’m more interested in ideas’, says Emin (not that you can tell from her new show)’, Evening Standard, 27 May 2009, p.11
  • Jones, Alice, ‘Art from the heart’, The Independent Magazine, 18 May 2009, pp.2-5
  • Brewis, Kathy, ‘‘I’m more interested in ideas than sex’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 17 May 2009, pp.12-16
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Wily Cameron coaxes Emin into Tory bed’, The Sunday Times, 3 May 2009, p.9
  • Boldizar, Alexander, ‘Today I met with a subliminal advertising executive for just a second’, C Magazine (Canada), March-April 2009, pp.111-116
  • Un-authored, ‘What does glamour mean to you?’, Glamour, April 2009, pp.258-267
  • Vines, Richard, ‘Jamie Oliver Goes Italian; Tracey Emin Swaps Art for Dinner’, Bloomberg.com, 30 April 2009
  • Sovinsky, Mia Hessner, ‘Stella McCartney kober kin kunst – og jeg car I Hendes toj’, Eurowoman, No.132, March 2009, pp.76-79
  • Emin, Tracey ‘My life in a column’, The Independent (Extra),April 2005–March 2009
  • Elliot, Patrick and Julian Schnabel, ‘Tracey Emin: 20 Years’, Magazin, Kunstmuseum Bern, March 2009
  • Gladwell, Shaun, ‘Shaun Gladwell & Tracey Emin’, Adam & Eve, Spring 2009, pp.50-51
  • Un-authored, ‘Collagen und Arbeiten auf Papier’, Kerber Art, Spring 2009, p.38
  • Emin, Tracey ‘Rotes nylon, whiskey und blaue See’, Der Freitag, 26 February 2009, pp.24-25
  • Hattenstone, Simon, ‘Myra Margaret and me’, The Guardian, 21 February 2009, pp.26-29
  • Un-authored, ‘Buy me’, The Times (T2), 10 February 2009, p.13
  • Un-authored ‘Titian Treasure’, The Sunday Times Review, 8 February 2009, p.10
  • Siddique, Haroon, ‘Titian triumph £50m painting saved for the nation’, The Guardian, 2 February 2009, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘News just in! Lily’s agony over married older lover’, Look, January 2009
  • Un-authored, ‘Double Impact’, Harper’s Bazaar, January 2009, pp.149-153
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin and friends win battle to save bar’, Evening Standard, 30 January 2009
  • Morrison, Richard, ‘How a bunch of shameless, foul-mouthed bed-hopping kids came to rule the art world’, The Times, 28 January 2009, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Market News’, The Daily Telegraph, 27 January 2009, p.24
  • Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Charles Saatchi to host art X Factor’, The Sunday Times, 25 January 2009, p.2
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets Party!’, The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.20-25
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Lucky Kunst: The Rise and Fall of Young British Art by Gregor Muir’, thesundaytimes.co.uk, 18 January 2009
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘A Talent to Abuse’, The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009, pp.39-40
  • Burt, Kate, ‘How we met: Peter Blake & Gavin Turk’, The Independent on Sunday, 18 January 2009, p.46
  • 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
  • Van Der Post, Lucia, ‘Magicians of light’, The Financial Times, 10 January 2009, pp.18-20
  • 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
  • Carter, Imogen, ‘Pillow talk with a bunch of artists’, The Observer, 4 January 2009, p.3
  • Evans, Alun, ‘An evening with Tracey Emin,’ Art and Music Magazine, 2008
  • Robecchi, Michelle, ‘Tracey Emin’, Contemporary Conversations, No.1, 2008, pp.56-61
  • Un-authored, ‘Roman standard, Tracey Emin’, bbc.co.uk/, 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘GQ 20, 1988-2008’, GQ, December 2008, p.464
  • Emin, Tracey ‘Make it a special Christmas this year’, The Times, 28 December 2008, p.2-3
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘How the Tate was given a run for its money’, The Independent on Sunday, 28 December 2008, pp.48-49
  • Walsh, John, ‘Just three days left to bid’, The Independent, 20 December 2008, p.23
  • Jardine, Cassandra, ‘Power players from the fields of Eton’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 December 2008, p.21
  • ‘Raconteur on Investing in Art’, Raconteur Media, 16 December 2008, pp.2-18
  • Walsh, John, ‘Time to place your bids’, The Independent, 16 December 2008, p.15
  • Walsh, John, ‘Place your bids, please’, The Independent, 15 December 2008, p.17
  • Thornton, Sarah, ‘Feeling the pinch in the Miami Vice’, The Times (T2), 9 December 2008, p.14
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Modest art: out goes the controversy as magpie of the artworld steals the show’, The Guardian, 2 December 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin: 20 years on show in Malaga’, surinenglish.com, 2 December 2008
  • Jude, Dan, ‘Meet Billy Childish’, Disappear Here, Winter 2008, pp.72-75
  • Alexander, Martha, ‘Focus on East London’, Artists & Illustrators Magazine, November 2008, pp.33-35
  • Un-authored, ‘Vogue British’, Vogue (China), November 2008, pp.220-226
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘God Save the Queen – Tracey Emin: failure + charisma = success’, Modern Painters, November 2008, pp.24-26
  • Cole, Olivia, ‘24 Hour Party People’, Tatler, November 2008, p.200
  • Un-authored, ‘Peace and Quiet for the creator of that infamous work My Bed…’, Tatler, November 2008, p.243
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘The vanishing masterpiece’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 30 November 2008, pp.30-31
  • Fentiman, Paula, ‘Lucky dip for art lovers in secret postcards sale’, Press Association, 22 November 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracy Emin says Government faces embarrassment if Titian paintings are lost’, telegraph.co.uk, 10 November 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Life and Arts: whats on today’, The Scotsman, 7 November 2008, p.42
  • Miller, Phil, ‘Emin gives £75,000 sculpture as thank-you for Scots show’, The Herald (Glasgow), 6 November 2008, p.12
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Yours for £40…and it could be an Emin’, thisislondon.co.uk, 5 November 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Recent Openings’, Haunch, October 2008, p.34
  • Snelson, John, ‘Shining Example’, House & Garden, October 2008, pp.216-221
  • Allsoff, Laura, ‘Consumed: The pick of this month’s offering’s from shops, galleries and museums’, Art Review, No.26, October 2008, pp.48-50
  • Kirwan-Taylor, Helen, ‘Design Spy – Ghostly Furnishings and DIY Design Art’, Evening Standard Magazine, 31 October 2008, p.43
  • Corner, Lena, ‘Why Frieze is still hot’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 October 2008, p.8
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘The Definitive Guide to Modern British Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.13
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Jackie Wullschlager on 20 years of the YBAs’, The Art Newspaper, 18-19 October 2009, p.3
  • Watts, Robert, ‘Let’s Party like its 1929’, The Sunday Times, 19 October 2008, p.14
  • Cadwalladr, Carole, ‘Before the bubbly stops flowing…’, The Observer, 19 October 2008, pp.12-13
  • McMeekan, Emilie, ‘King Charles: The Saatchi Gallery Opening’, Evening Standard Magazine, 17 October 2008, pp.8-13
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Will the party soon be over for the Frieze crowd?’, Evening Standard, 16 October 2008, pp.18-19
  • Clarkson, Lamar, ‘Art Talk: Hitting a Sour Note’, ArtNews, No. 8, September 2008, p.45-52
  • ‘Why don’t you..? By Tracey Emin’, Harper’s Bazaar, September 2008, p.360
  • ‘News in brief’, The Observer, 14 September 2008, p.4
  • Sherwin, Adam, ‘Emin comes out fighting for first Olympic losers’, The Times, 3 September 2008
  • ‘Women on top’, The Times (T2), 2 September 2008, p.8
  • Pasini, Francesca, ‘It’s not a Lasso, an Arabesque, Nor a Piece of Spaghetti’, Tate Etc., No. 14, Autumn 2008, p.90
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Surf’s up, as Emin and team paint against pollution’, The Independent on Sunday, 24 August 2008, p.22
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘What lies beneath: galleries set for modern art makeover’, G2, 13 August 2008, p.29
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Has anyone seen Emin without her clothes?’, The Times, 12 August 2008, p.15
  • Hind, John, ‘Did I say that? Tracey Emin’, The Observer Magazine, 10 August 2008, p.8
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Chess: the artists who want a piece of the action’, telegraph.co.uk, 9 August 2008
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Something’s amiss with Cupid’s aim’, The Observer Review, 3 August 2008, p.15
  • Whitford, Frank, ‘Top 20 things to see Edinburgh’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 3 August 2008, pp.18-19
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Visual arts’, Financial Times, 2 August 2008, p.17
  • ‘Smashing start to Emin show’, The Independent, 30 July 2008, p.16
  • Hamilton, Fiona, ‘East Enders stand firm against march of the city developers’, The Times, 30 July 2008, p.21
  • Brown, Mark and Sarah Knapton, ‘Smashed sculpture proves show stopper’, The Guardian, 29 July 2008, p.5
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘The great leap foreword’, The Guardian, 23 July 2008, p.23
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘ Art with a heart’, The Times, 22 July 2008, pp.15-16
  • Fletcher, Richard, ‘Hammerson wins bar-room planning brawl’, The Daily Telegraph (Business), 21 July 2008, p.8
  • ‘I got very scared about dying alone, getting old alone’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 July 2008, p.43
  • ‘Art for beer’s sake’, The Independent on Sunday (Business), 20 July 2008, p.24
  • Lewis, Jemima, ‘Emin sees reproduction with the eyes of a true original’, The Sunday Telegraph, 20 July 2008, p.27
  • Marsh, Stefanie, ‘Tracey Island’, The Times (T2), 16 July 2008, pp.4-6
  • Crichton-Miller, Emma, ‘From Russia with cash’, The Financial Times (Life and Arts), 12 July 2008, p.14
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘There’s never been a great woman artist’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 July 2008, p.12
  • Carter, Helen, ‘Emin work feared stolen from outside Cathedral’, The Guardian, 3 July 2008, p.6
  • Sharpe, Laura, ‘Has Traey Emin’s bird flown the coop’, liverpooldailypost.co.uk, 2 July 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Art05: Tracey Emin unveils public art in Liverpool’, bbc.co.uk, 2 July 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘What’s on: United Kingdom, Our selection A-Z’, The Art Newspaper, No.12, June 2008, p.78
  • Un-authored, ‘Folkestone Triennial’, The Art Newspaper, June 2008, p.78
  • Emin, Tracey ‘For Her’, GQ.com, June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Totally Tracey’, Southeastern Newsletter, No. 2, April-June 2008, p.4
  • Wade, Mike, ‘Tracey Emin chooses Edinburgh to host first retrospective of her work’, The Times, 27 June 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Oi! Are you looking at my bed?’, Private Eye, 13-26 June 2008, p.14
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin to appear at festival’, bbc.co.uk, 26 June 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Winning victory’, The Guardian, 24 June 2008
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The exhibition, Folkestone Triennial’, The Guardian, 21 June 2008, p.18
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Magical moments as Folkestone emerges from the waves’, The Guardian, 20 June 2008, p.42
  • Wright, Karen, ‘Resurrection of Folkestone’, phillipsARTexper.com/forums, 18 June 2008
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘A breath of fresh air blows away the seaside blues’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 June 2008, p.24
  • Un-authored, ‘Folkestone Triennial’, Financial Times, 14-15 June 2008, p.21
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Still life with old hat – it must be summer’, The Independent on Sunday, 15 June 2008, p.68
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘There’s life in the old gull yet’, The Observer, 15 June 2008, p.13
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Emin leaves trail of baby clothes through Folkestone as Britart comes to seaside’, The Guardian, 14 June 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘A quirky festival of art inspired by…Folkestone’, The Independent, 14 June 2008, p.14
  • Unwin, Phoebe, ‘Charles Saatchi: a blessing or a curse for young artists?’, The Independent, 13 June 2008, pp.24-25
  • Un-authored, ‘New Emin artwork inspired by town’s teenage mothers’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 June 2008, p.10
  • Pill, Steve, ‘Art Review: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition’, Metro, 10 June 2008, p.33
  • Higgins, Ria, ‘Tracey Emin, the bad girl of British art’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 8 June 2008, p.74
  • Un-authored, ‘RA Summer Exhibition party: 4 June’, The Independent, 8 June 2008, p.17
  • Byrne, Ciar, ‘‘Middle England will love my show’ - Emin’, The Independent, 5 June 2008, pp.8-9
  • Crompton, Sarah, ‘Emin retains shock tactics’, The Daily Telegraph, 5 June 2008, p.13
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘‘My show is not shocking, it’s titillating,’ says Emin’, The Times, 4 June 2008, p.17
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Artful Dodgers’, RA Magazine, Summer 2008, pp.48-52
  • Emin, Tracey ‘If I didn’t get drunk and I didn’t have a hangover, I’d have so many more hours in the day’, The Independent, 26 May 2008, p.7
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Emin puts on erotic show for Royal Academy’, The Sunday Times, 25 May 2008, p.9
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘Shore Favourite’, The Times (The Knowledge), 17-23 May 2008, pp.27-28
  • Un-authored, ‘Today, I thought I would combust. I imagine Mum coming in and there’s just a singed shirt-cuff’, The Independent, 16 May 2008, p.7
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Old hat or new bag?’, Art Review, April 2008, pp.92-97
  • Un-authored, Blacksquare, March-April 2008, p.1
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘This will just run and run at Tate’, The Sunday Times, 27 April 2008, p.11
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Some day his plinth will come’, The Observer (Review), 27 April 2008, p.3
  • Cornwell, Tim, ‘Sponsorship deal for Emin looks like an unmade bed’, The Scotsman, 22 April 2008, p.14
  • Wilkinson, Carl (ed.), ‘Three of the best interventions’, The Observer Book of Art, 13 April 2008, p.49
  • Un-authored, ‘And the winner is banality’, The Jackdaw, March 2008, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Mayor’s art auction’, The Art Newspaper, March 2008, p.66
  • Armstrong, Claire, ‘Tracey Emin: A good year’, Art World, February - March 2008, p.45-47
  • Un-authored, ‘Art landmarks: not all the work’s indoors’, Art World, February - March, p.137
  • Adam, Georgia, Judith H Dobrzynski, and Brook S Mason, ‘Crash, what crash? Sales hold up despite market jitters’, The Art Newspaper, 28 - 29 March 2008, p.1
  • Prodger, Michael, ‘Seven Says, This is the week to…’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 16 March 2008, p.5
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Boris and Benn form an unlikely plinth alliance’, The Independent, 8 March 2008, p.29
  • Littlejohn, Georgina, ‘Tracey’s £4m art school (bed included)’, London Lite, 3 March 2008, p.17
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Emin pays £4m to save art district’, The Observer, 2 March 2008, p.18
  • Sharp, Jennifer, ‘East goes West’, Harrods Estates, Spring-Summer 2008, pp.20-24
  • de Cruz, Gemma, ‘Sebastian Sharples’, Art and Music, No. 1, Spring 2008, pp.28-29
  • Un-authored, ‘The latest news on the art and architecture of royal academicians’, RA Magazine, Spring 2008, pp.95-96
  • ‘Tracey Emin, artist’, Art and Music, No.1, Spring 2008, pp.24-25
  • Dambrot, Shana Nys, ‘Reviews: Tracey Emin: You Left Me Breathing’, Art Review, February 2008, p.121
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin unveils ‘sparrow’ sculpture’, news.bbc.co.uk, 24 February 2008
  • Hall, Jerry, ‘Aspects of Love’, The Independent, 9 February 2008, pp.20-21
  • Un-authored, ‘Down to Margate for sun, sand, Emin and Turner’, The Financial Times (Life&Arts), 2-3 February 2008, p.1
  • Aidin, Rose, ‘The Many Lives of a Collector’, Apollo, January 2008, pp.62-66
  • Feaver, William, ‘Reviews: Seduced’ Barbican Art Gallery, London’, ARTnews, January 2008, p.137
  • von Stilb, Jeremy, ‘Tracey Emin, You Left Me Breathing, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills’, Whitehot Magazine, January 2008
  • Hind, John, ‘Art Attack’, The Observer Magazine, 27January 2008, pp.20-25
  • Brown, Craig, ‘Diary-Alan Yentob’, Private Eye, 25 January 2008, p.23
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Fair prices for modern art’, Evening Standard, 15 January 2008, p.21
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Mirrors and the meercats fight the new battle of Trafalgar’, The Independent, 13 January 2008, pp.54-55
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Art on a pedestal’, The Financial Times (Life&Arts), 12-13 January 2008, p.13
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘The battle of Trafalgar (square that is)’, The Independent, 9 January 2008, p.12
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘‘Public on a plinth’ plan offers us all 60 minutes of fame’, The Times, 9 January 2008, p.22
  • Brown, Mark, ‘What’s the big idea? Six artists square up in new battle of Trafalgar’, The Guardian, 9 January 2008, p.9
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘What next for the fourth plinth?’, The Independent, 6 January 2008, p.46
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Emin gives meerkats a brush with stardom’, The Observer, 6 January 2008, p.12
  • Weston, Alan, ‘Britartist to light up cathedral’, Liverpool Daily Post, 2 January 2008, p.3
  • The Jackdaw, December 2007-January 2008, p.15
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Bin ich etwa milder geworden?’, Monopol, No. 6, 2007, pp.33-35
  • Un-authored, ‘Grab an art bargain at RCA Secret 2007’, Art of England, December 2007, p.43
  • Heartfield, James, ‘The Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing’, Art Review, December 2007, No. 17, pp.79-83
  • McClurg-Welland, Ian, ‘A Class Divided: Another Awakening for the Turner!’, Art of England, December 2007, pp.12-15
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Emin’s Venice outing fails to mar a fine 12 months’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 December 2007, p.44
  • Dugan, Emily, ‘Emin artwork goes for £25,150 as auction raises more that £100,000’, The Independent, 21 December 2007, p.5
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘2007: What we loved’, The Observer, 16 December 2007, pp.12-13
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘The Auction of the Year’, The Independent, 7 December 2007, p.11
  • Jones, Simon, ‘Artist who found her voice’, Church Times, 1 December 2007, pp.18-19
  • Dickson, Tim, ‘How to collect Tracey Emin on a shoestring’, Art World, October-November 2007, p.12
  • Un-authored, Evening Standard (News Extra), 15 November 2007, p.20
  • Smith, Rupert, ‘Kenny Goss and Tracey Emin Interview’, Gay Times, October 2007, pp.64-68
  • Hutchinson, Charles, ‘Emin: Portrait of the artist as me’, The Press (York), 19 October 2007, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘New Car launch’, Express & Echo, 19 October 2007, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Bear that wants to get his paws on Turner Prize’, London Lite, 18 October 2007, p.19
  • Dugan, Emily, ‘Emin does a paint job for the Fiat 500’s new model’, The Independent, 6 October 2007, p.28
  • Jackson, Tina, ‘Back to her roots’, Metro (Yorkshire), 5 October 2007, p.31
  • Douglas, Scott, ‘Being Tracey’, Harpers Bazaar, July 2007, pp.112-117
  • ‘Tracey Emin head’, Harper’s Bazaar, July 2007
  • Pietsch, Hans, ‘Das Private ist poetisch’, Art, June 2007, pp.34-37
  • Dillon, Brian, ‘What does Tracey Emin mean to you’, Art Review, June 2007, pp.10-15
  • Un-authored, ‘What does Tracey Emin mean to you?’, Art Review, June 2007, pp.110-115
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Tracey Emin: au centre de ses rêves’, Art News, June 2007, pp.44-49
  • Pietsch, Von Hans, ‘Das Private ist poetisch’, Das Kunstmagazin, June 2007, pp.34-37
  • Tenorman, Scott, ‘60 second interview’, Metro, 26 June 2007, p.10
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Stuck in the middle’, Time Out, 6-12 June 2007, p.40
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Whose art is it anyway’, The Scotsman, 11 June 2007, pp.24-25
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘What’s a good artist like you doing in a place like this’, The Independent on Sunday, 10 June 2007, p.54
  • Emin, Tracey ‘The art of staying sane in Venice’, The Sunday Times (Review), 10 June 2007, p.6
  • Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Here amid the Venice glitz, our Trace is bigger than Beckham’, The Independent on Sunday, 10 June 2007, p.19
  • Brook, Richard, ‘Emin turns to religion with cathedral work’, The Sunday Times, 10 June 2007, p.4
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Wild at art’, The Independent, 10 June 2007, pp.3-4
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Everyone wants a bit of Tracey’, The Observer, 10 June 2007, p.3
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Emin and femininity’, Financial Times, 9-10 June 2007, p.14
  • Henderson, Michael, ‘Britain’s noble ambassador in Venice’, The Daily Telegraph, 9 June 2007, p.25
  • Fletcher, Damien, ‘I’m in bed with Tracey Emin’, The Daily Mirror, 8 June 2007, pp.20-21
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Tracey on top’, Evening Standard Magazine, 8 June 2007, pp.12-16
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Whose art is it anyway?’, Evening Standard (Life & Culture), 8 June 2007, pp.36-37
  • Fletcher, Damien, ‘I’m in bed with Tracey Emin..’, Daily Mirror, 8 June 2007, pp.20-21
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘How Emin is not the only woman flying the flag at Venice Biennale’, The Independent, 8 June 2007, pp.12-13
  • Horan, Tom, ‘Row as ‘outsider’ Emin is picked for art Olympics’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 June 2007, p.7
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Emin reveals grim personal past that inspired latest show’, The Times, 7 June 2007, p.35
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Middle-aged Brit Artist waves the flag in Venice’, The Guardian, 7 June 2007, p.15
  • Horan, Tom, ‘Emin is Britain’s surprise choice for ‘art Olympics’’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 June 2007, p.7
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Not loud, but proud… understated Emin is UK ambassador at Venice Biennale’, Evening Standard, 6 June 2007, p.9
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘It’s so Tracey, it’s ridiculous’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 June 2007, p.29
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Tracey’s big adventure’, The Observer (Review), 3 June 2007, pp.8-9
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘It’s Showtime’, Vogue, May 2007, p.73
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Emin tops artistic bill as a dozen Brits make grand tour to Venice’, The Guardian, 2 May 2007, p.9
  • Nayeri, Farah, ‘Tracey Emin Hoists Flag in London, Complains She’s Underpriced’, Bloomberg.com, 13 April 2007
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘A Star is Reborn’, So London, 4 April 2007, pp.38-45
  • Gray, Louise, ‘Sex, lies and videotape-teas with Gillian Wearing’, Blind Date, 2006, pp.148-151
  • Jones, Simon, ‘Artist who found her voice’, Church Times, 1 December 2006, pp.18-19
  • Soncini, Guia, ‘La Bisbetica Indomata’, IO Donna, 28 October 2006, pp.214-220
  • Midgley, Dominic, ‘Tracey the Eminent’, The London Paper, 23 October 2006, p.10
  • Byrnes, Sholto, ‘Unwashed pots and dirty beds’, The Independent on Sunday, 15 October 2006, p.23
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘The art party’, The Independent on Sunday, 8 October 2009, pp.6-7
  • Lezard, Nicholas, ‘In bed with Tracey Emin’, The Guardian, 7 October 2006, p.18
  • Geomars, Lucy, ‘Editor’s Letter’, Harper’s Bazaar, September 2006, pp.41, 149,154-156
  • Theobald, Stephanie, ‘Emin the Confesor’, Harper’s Bazaar, September 2006, pp.155, 156 and front cover
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘Artists in Residence’, The Sunday Telegraph (Stella), 24 September 2006, pp.60-66
  • Honigman, Ana Finel, ‘Pure Traceyland’, Whitewall, Fall 2006, pp.70-79
  • Rose, Andrea, ‘Not everyone is going to be delighted’, The Sunday Telegraph, 27 August 2006, p.33
  • Barnes, Antony and Lauren Veevers, ‘Emin begins planning her Biennale entry’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 August 2006, p.5
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Emin to represent British art’, The Times, 26 August 2006, p.31
  • Higgins Charlotte, ‘Emin selected for next year’s Venice Biennale’, The Guardian, 26 August 2006, p.5
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Tracy Emin to represent Britain at Venice Biennale’, The Independent, 26 August 2006, p.16
  • Frizzell, Nell, ‘Constantly courting controversy’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 28 July 2006, p.6
  • Goldfrapp, Alison, ‘StyleFile’, Vogue, June 2006
  • Un-authored, ‘Body, Face and Soul’, The Art Newspaper, June 2006, p.10
  • Schnabel, Julian, ‘Tracey Emin’, Interview Magazine, June 2006, pp.102-109
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘I will not be boxed in by success’, Financial Times, 5 June 2006, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’, The Art Newspaper, No. 169, May 2006, p.2
  • Smith, Caroline, ‘Her Eminency’, Attitude, May 2006, pp.54-56
  • Swift, Simon, ‘I wanted to have a baby and my gay mates were queuing up’, Pink Paper, 4 May 2006, pp.24-25
  • Didcock, Barry, ‘The E Spot’, Sunday Herald, 30 April 2006, pp.10-11
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘ Tracey Emin revealed’, Oi!, No.1, March 2006, p.4
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Sex, art and turmoil, revealing very little’, The Art Newspaper, No.167, March 2006, p.41
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin parts with her love letter’, Evening Standard, 31 March 2006, p.15
  • Leiris, Sophie, ‘Sex and Art’, The Independent On Sunday, 12 March 2006, pp.4-6
  • Kempers, Paul, ‘Kunst is geen maïzena’, Vrij Nederland, 11 March 2006, No. 10, pp.68-73
  • Manchester, Clare, ‘Access Hollywood’, Whitewall, No. 1, Spring 2006, pp.122-123
  • Armardeil, Coco, ‘Arty London’, Code d’acces: Cultitude, Spring 2006, pp.105-117
  • Burton, Johanna, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artforum, February 2006, p.209
  • Beattie, Geoffrey, ‘On the couch with Tracey Emin’, The Observer Magazine, 15 January 2006, pp.21-27
  • Wright, Karen, ‘The year Brit Art died’, The Independent (Review), 16 December 2005, pp.1-4
  • Un-authored, ‘Celebrity art auction for NI charity’, news.bbc.co.uk/, 15 December 2005
  • Walsh, John, ‘Our Auction of the Year’, The Independent, 6 December 2005, pp.14 -15
  • Griseil, Luke, ‘Bigmouth Strikes Again’, The Culture Pages, 5 December 2005, pp.83-84
  • Huntley, Vicky, ‘Childish has more that just paint up his sleeve’, Bracknell News, November 2005, p.23
  • Cowan, Amber, ‘A picture of health’, The Times: Body and Soul, November 2005, p.23
  • Cox, Roger, ‘Tracing Emin’, The Scotsman, 29 November 2005, pp.8-9
  • Guest, Katy, ‘The good feud guide’, The Observer, 27 November 2005, pp.24-25
  • Walden, Celia, ‘No whingeing’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 November 2005, p.18
  • ‘What Ruby said to Tracey: Have a shave and make your bed, you dirty cow’, Daily Star, 25 November 2005, p.16
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Books: Strangeland, Tracey Emin’, Time Out, 23 November 2005, p.49
  • ‘BBC gloom over bright Sky’, The Daily Telegraph (Business), 22 November 2005, p.6
  • ‘Artist Emin a top draw for show’, Evening News (City Final Edition Edinburgh), 21 November 2005, p.21
  • Munro, Peter, ‘BBC invented excuse to buy Emin sculpture’, The Sunday Times, 20 November, p.14
  • Barnett, Antony, ‘Row hits BBC over Emin’s Liver bird’, The Observer, 20 November 2005, p.11
  • Gregoridis, Xenia, ‘Books’, The Argus Guide, 18 November 2005, p.28
  • Russell, Carmen, ‘The strange world of Tracey Emin’, The Yorkshire Post, 18 November 2005, p.4
  • Hughes, Kathryn, ‘Grim picture of Emin’, The Mail On Sunday, 13 November 2005, p. 69
  • Walter, Natasha, ‘Art of life’, The Guardian, 12 November 2005, p.9
  • McGrath, Melanie, ‘Sporadic Beauty of Emin’, The Eastern Daily Press, 5 November 2005, p.18
  • Feaver, Willliam, ‘Ego trip with excess baggage’, The Spectator, 5 November 2005, pp. 67-68
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin and Blake to judge £25,000 city arts comp’, The Liverpool Echo, 4 November 2005, p.11
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Damien Hirst reigns supreme in art world’, The Guardian, 31 October 2005, p.7
  • Walker, Tim, ‘Wait Emin’, The Sunday Telegraph, 30 October 2005, p.32
  • Byrnes, Sholto, ‘Mad Tracey on Meercats, Margate and Marilyn’, The Independent on Sunday, 23 October 2005, p.10
  • Saunders, Kate, ‘As Tracey sees it’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 23 October 2005, p. 45
  • Winterson, Jeanette, ‘Like her art, Tracey Emin’s book turns the personal into the public’, The Times, 22 October 2005, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Portrait of the artist’, Coulsdon and Purley, 21 October 2005, p.22
  • Blincoe, Nicholas, ‘The long road to Tracey’s Strangeland’, The Times (T2), 18 October 2005, p. 23
  • Appleyard, Bryan, ‘The girl most likely to…’, The Sunday Times, 16 October 2005, pp.1-6
  • Cusk, Rachel, ‘Tracey Emin’s unmade head’, The Sunday Telegraph, 16 October, p.5
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Naked Emin upsets faithful in Marrakesh’, The Times, 16 October 2005, p.10
  • Jamieson, Teddy, ‘My mum reckons if I hadn’t done art I’d be dead’, The Herald Magazine, 15 October 2005, pp.8-12
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Respect’, Telegraph Magazine, 8 October 2005, pp.28-35
  • Finel Honigman, Ana, ‘Reviews: Tracey Emin’, ARTNews, September 2005, p.137
  • Lucas, Stephen, ‘The art of misspelling’, TES Teacher, 30 September 2005, pp.22-23
  • Glazebrook, Mark, ‘Raising Standards? Lowering the rope?’, State of the Art, Autumn 2005, p.9
  • Fox, Tom, ‘Top Spot’, Ultimate DVD Year Book, August 2005, p.171
  • Falconer, Morgan, ‘The Summer Starts Here’, ArtReview, August 2005, pp.58-63
  • Walter, Natasha, ‘Painted out of the picture’, The Guardian, 30 August 2005, p.18
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Artists to sue over loss of works in fire’, The Financial Times, 24 August 2005, p.4
  • Un-authored, ‘Momart faces lawsuits over works of art blaze ‘disaster’’, Evening Standard, 23 August 2005, p.26
  • Flintoff, John-Paul, ‘Wonder Walls’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 21 August 2005, pp.28-33
  • Morrison, Marion, ‘They Wear it Well?’, The Scotland on Sunday, 17 August 2005, p.7
  • ‘Bedfellows’, The Sunday Telegraph, 14 August 2005, p.30
  • Winterson, Jeanette, ‘Heads or Tails Tracey?’, Evening Standard, 12 August 2005, p.15
  • Foulkes, Caroline, ‘Think quilting is just about bedspreads? Think again’, The Birmingham Post, 10 August 2005, pp.4 -5
  • Clements, Neil, ‘Emin wants a return of Margate lido glory days’, Kent on Sunday, 7 August 2005, pp.10-11
  • Un-authored, ‘Strong art for sale in show’, Battle Observer, 5 August 2005, p.79
  • Hume, Mick, ‘Before irony began’, The Times (T2), 3 August 2005, p.16
  • Carter, Mike, ‘Inspiration: Artists Secrets’, The Observer, 24 July 2005, p.9
  • Callender, Cat, ‘The Sole’, The Independent, 19 July 2005, pp.12-13
  • Wright, Karen, ‘Interview’, Modern Painters, June 2005
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Anyone for Venice?’, The Observer, 19 June 2005, p.2
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Tracey Emin. White Cube’, The Independent, 2 June 2005, p.44
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘A perennial teenager’, Metro, 31 May 2005, p.25
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Two for sorrow’, The Sunday Times (Culture Magazine), 29 May 2005, pp.10-11
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘RA loses another member and nearly recruits Tracey Emin’, The Daily Telegraph, 28 May 2005, p.1
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Emin bares her soul in explicit new show’, The Daily Telegraph, 27 May 2005, p.13
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘Brash but beautiful’, Evening Standard, 27 May 2005, p.36
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Lonely pleasures: Tracey Emin takes a new look at herself’, The Guardian, 27 May 2005, p.9
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘The main event’, The Guardian, 27 May 2005, p.26
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘When Emin thinks about sex, she thinks about art’, The Times, 27 May 2005, p.6
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘The bare truth about Tracey…she paints’, Evening Standard, 26 May 2005, p.11
  • Cole, Olivia, ‘Beamed up to Planet Emin’, The Times (T2), 25 May 2005, p.16
  • Wright, Karen, ‘Maid of Margate’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 May 2005, pp.4-6
  • O’Hagan, Sean, ‘Interview’, The Observer, 22 May 2005, p.3
  • Sitwell, William, ‘Tracey Emin’s sofa supper’, Evening Standard Magazine, 20 May 2005, p.60
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘The Naked Truth’, Time Out, 11-18 May 2005, pp.16-18
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Absence minded’, Art Review, Vol. 56, April 2005, pp.54-59
  • Un-authored, ‘The power of art at Cromwell Hospital’, The Art Newspaper, No.157, April 2005, p.38
  • Núňez-Fernández, Lupe and Tom Phongsathorn, ‘Past and future’, Art Review, Vol. 56, April 2005, p.19
  • Shuckburg, Hannah, ‘Emotional intelligence’, Easy Living, April 2005, p.152
  • Benedictus, Leo, ‘Close the Arts Council, let children in for free – and give us money. Lots of money’, The Guardian, 21 April 2005, p.8
  • Low, Valentine, ‘So just what does it take to get this lot to come to your party?’, Evening Standard, 20 April 2005, p.21
  • Charles, Marissa, ’60 second interview’, Metro, 1 April 2005, p.10
  • McClymont, Fiona, ‘How do I look? Tracey Emin’, The Independent Magazine, 12 March 2005, p.9
  • Burchill, Julie, ‘Lovely girl, Tracey – shame about her art’, The Times (T2), 10 March 2005, pp.6-7
  • Un-authored, ‘In the frame’, The Art Newspaper, February 2005, p.2
  • Spanier, Samson, ‘Virtual values in the online marketplace’, The Financial Times, 28 February 2005, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’s Liver Bird tribute takes up its perch’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 February 2005, p.11
  • Mouland, Bill, ‘Tracey Emin gets £60,000 of your money to stick a bird on top of a scaffolding pole’, Daily Mail, 25 February 2005, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’s flight of fancy’, The Guardian, 24 February 2005, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Sophie makes an artistic impression at Sketch’, Evening Standard, 22 February 2005
  • Davies, Caroline, ‘Stars help mend broken hearts’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 February 2005
  • Brooks, Jo, Latest Homes, 16 February 2005, pp.4-5
  • Beddow, Sophia, ‘Diary of the Week. Turks at Royal Academy’, Hello!, 8 February 2005, p.34
  • Shaw, Joanne, ‘Home truths from best of British’, Hull Daily Mail, 5 February 2005, p.8
  • McMeekan, Emilie, ‘In the bank’, ES Magazine, 4 February 2005, p.5
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘Is Charles in charge?’, Evening Standard Magazine, 4 February 2005, pp.21-22
  • Cartner-Morley, Jess, ‘Tracey Emin to make lightwork of London fashion week’, The Guardian, 7 February 2005, p.7
  • Romney, Jonathan, ‘Beach Bummer’, Artforum, Vol.43, January 2005, pp.35-36
  • Bumpus, Judith, ‘Is controversy old hat?’, The Art Newspaper, No.154, January 2005, p.34
  • Theobald, Stephanie and Emily Oppenheimer Turner, ‘Flash!’, Harpers & Queen, January 2005, pp.136-142
  • Un-authored, ‘In Bed With Tracey’, The Observer (Travel), 30 January 2005, pp.12-13
  • Graw, Isabelle, ‘Der Letzte Schrei’, Texte Zur Kunst, December 2004, pp.80-95
  • Ridge, Mian, ‘Emin Film: 18 Up’, ARTNews, December 2004, p.40
  • Iles, Chrissie, ‘Film: Best of 2004’, Artforum, December 2004, p.32
  • Johnson, Lucy, ‘Top Spot shines’, madforarts.org, 16 December 2004
  • Johnston, Sheila and Tracey Emin, ‘Film-makers on film: Tracey Emin’, telegraph.co.uk, 13 December 2004
  • Brockes, Emma, ‘Two go mad in Margate’, The Guardian, 3 December 2004, pp.8-9
  • Pomery, Victoria, ‘Margate’s the winner as film hits the spot’, Isle of Thanet Gazette, 3 December 2004, p.2
  • Teran, Andi, ‘Luxury is’, City, Winter 2004, pp.63-65
  • Livingstone, Marco, ‘Dos monsturos británicos’, El Mercurio, 28 November 2004, p.19
  • ‘Tracey Emin’, Evening Standard Magazine, 26 November 2004, p.74
  • Barnes, Anthony, ‘Tracey Emin: the suicide scene in my film is so bad it’s good for teenagers’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 November 2004, p.5
  • Blackstock, Colin, ‘Emin withdraws film in rating row’, The Guardian, 17 November 2004, p.9
  • Alexander, Lucy, ‘Fonetography’, The Times Magazine, 13 November 2004, p.59
  • Dougray, Ginny, ‘Me, myself, I’, The Times Magazine, 13 November 2004, pp.26-37
  • Broughton, Christian, ‘Don’t Mind If I Do’, The Independent Magazine, 13 November 2004, pp.16-27
  • Lowthrope, Rebecca and Kate Blythe, ‘What Tracey Did Next’, Elle, October 2004, p.72
  • Jackson, Nicole, ‘Hot Parties’, Elle, October 2004, p.84
  • Cochrane, Lauren, ‘Drive buy’, Vogue, October 2004, p.119
  • Fraser, Nathalie, ‘The Art of Travel’, Vogue, October 2004, p.236
  • Harris, Sarah, ‘Enduring love’, Vogue, October 2004, pp.199-203
  • Un-authored, ‘What’s On?’, Art Price, October 2004, p.50
  • Christopher, James, ‘Teenage kicks all through the night’, The Times, 28 October 2004, pp.8-9
  • Stuart, Julia, ‘Growing up is hard to do’, The Independent Review, 26 October 2004, pp.2-3
  • Campbell-Johnstone, Rachel, ‘Artists should answer the call’, The Times, 26 October 2004, p.3
  • Johnstone, Sheila, ‘Margate moments hit the spot’, Evening Standard, 25 October 2004, p.80
  • Smith, David, ‘Director defends rating for explicit film’, The Observer, 24 October 2004, p.12
  • Barkham, Patrick, ‘Tracey Emin takes on the censors over ‘Orwellian’, 18 rating for biopic’, The Guardian, 22 October 2004, p.1
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Emin fury at ‘18’ certificate for teenage angst film’, The Independent, 22 October 2004, p.14
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Under-18s are barred from Emin’s morality tale for teenagers’, The Times, 22 October 2004, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin Party Mode’, vogue.co.uk, 22 October 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey swops her leg brace for an embrace’, Evening Standard, 15 October 2004, p.12
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘British Art Tops the Bill’, Art Monthly, September 2004, pp.44-45
  • Chamberlain, Vassi, ‘Art Party’, Tatler, September 2004, pp.155-176
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Emin takes her place among the greats of British art as Tate dedicates room to her work’, The Independent, 8 September 2004, p.16
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Tracey Emin enters the Tate’s hall of fame’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 September 2004, p.3
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘First it was just a bed, now Tracey has a whole room’, Evening Standard, 7 September 2004, p.3
  • Smith, Emily, ‘Tracey to ‘get tent in jungle’’, The Sun, 3 September 2004, p.27
  • Kay, Richard, ‘Brace yourself, Tracey’, Daily Mail, 3 September 2004, p.47
  • Un-authored, ‘No more super size’, Evening Standard, 2 September 2004, p.12
  • Brown, Neal, ‘Tracey Emin’s Exploration of the Soul 1994’, Tate Etc, Autumn 2004, p.107
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘A ‘wake-up call’ to the storage businesses’, The Art Newspaper, No.149, July-August 2004, p.4
  • Harper, Dr Catherine, ‘I need Tracey Emin like I need God’, Selvedge, No. 1, July-August 2004, pp.22-25
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin is Feeling Pregnant’, Harpers Bazaar, August 2004, pp.145-153; photographs by Mary McCartney Donald
  • Jones, Liz, ‘The reaction to the fire was like when the Nazis burned all the books. The fact that people laughed will go down in history’, The Scotsman Magazine, 28 August 2004, pp.18-21
  • Byrne, Ciar, ‘Emin paints film portrait of Margate life’, The Independent, 25 August 2004, p.9
  • Agostinis, Valentina, ‘Tracey Emin’, Carnet Arte, No.3, June-July 2004, pp.54-61
  • Jones, Liz, ‘Those people who laughed at the Momart fire were just like Nazis’, Evening Standard, 19 July 2004, p.23
  • Asome, Carolyn, ‘I’ll wear a mini when I’m pregnant to make me sexy’, The Times (T2), 15 July 2004, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Does Couture’, vogue.co.uk, 9 July 2004
  • Cartner-Morley, Jess, ‘Haute art’, The Guardian (G2), 9 July 2004, pp.1-2
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Art, life and autobiography’, The Art Newspaper, No.148, June 2004, p.34
  • Reitmaier, Heidi, ‘Tracey Emin: Sketch’, Artforum.com, 23 June 2004
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Tracey Emin: My London’, Evening Standard Magazine, 18 June 2004, p.66
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin and AK47: they deserve each other’, The Guardian (G2), 17 June 2004, p.11
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Target practice: Art ‘terrorist’ AK47 strikes again’, The Guardian, 16 June 2004, p.5
  • Armstrong, Lisa, ‘Frocks and art’, The Times (T2), 16 June 2004, pp.10-11
  • Stubbs, Flora, ‘Tracey Emin neon sign is kidnapped by ‘art terrorist’’, Evening Standard, 16 June 2004, p.20
  • Menkes, Suzy, ‘A coup for Longchamp’, International Herald Tribune, 15 June 2004, p.10
  • Rose, Hilary, ‘The Saatchi of the North’, The Times Magazine, 12 June 2004, pp.30-32
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘Doesn’t everyone have an aubergine-coloured shed?’, The Observer (Review), 6 June 2004, p.2
  • Cox, Roger, ‘Why get so fired up? It’s only art…’, The Scotsman, 5 June 2004, p.5
  • Higgins, Charlotte and Vikram Dodd, ‘50 years of British art goes up in smoke’, The Guardian, 4 June 2004, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘Twombling free’, Evening Standard Magazine, 4 June 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘How a corner of Tracey’s beach hut missed blaze’, Evening Standard, 3 June 2004, p.12
  • Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Shock: Critic lambasts modern works as RA show unveiled’, Evening Standard, 3 June 2004, p.2
  • Fleming, Nic, ‘Art collection worth millions goes up in flames’, The Weekly Telegraph, 2 June 2004, pp.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Food for thought’, The Mayfair Times, May 2004, p.4
  • Jones, Dafydd, ‘Westwood’, Art Review, May 2004, p.108
  • Llewellyn Smith, Julia, ‘Tracey Emin’, The Sunday Times (Style), 30 May 2004, pp.13-15
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Tragedy of the burnt masterworks’, The Sunday Times, 30 May 2004, p.9
  • Aaronovitch, David, ‘Ashes to ashes’, The Observer, 30 May 2004, p.29
  • Jones, Geraint, ‘Bonfire of the vanities’, The Sunday Express, 30 May 2004, pp.20-21
  • Lawson, Mark, ‘Nothing lasts for ever’, The Guardian, 29 May 2004, p.21
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Emin sheds light on an English love’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 May 2004, p.8
  • Roux, Caroline, ‘Cabin fever’, The Guardian (Weekend), 29 May 2004, p.57
  • Brown, Jonathan, ‘Shedding of a stereotype: the gardener’s humble refuge becomes a work of art’, The Independent, 29 May 2004, p.22
  • Un-authored, ‘Emin Wendy house in new V & A ‘Other Garden Show’’, Media Press Journal, 29 May 2004, p.14
  • Julius, Corinne, ‘BritArt’s finest come up with alternative to Chelsea Flower Show’, Bath Chronicle, 29 May 2004, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey designs shed for show’, Express & Star, 28 May 2004, p.13
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Alternative flower show: Artists’ takes on garden sheds’, The Guardian, 28 May 2004, p.11
  • Ogg, Kirsty, ‘Britart can rise from the ashes’, The Herald, 28 May 2004, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Burning desires’, The Guardian, 28 May 2004, p.27
  • Kleeman, Jenny, ‘What they said about…art going up in flames’, The Guardian, 28 May 2004, p.28
  • Collins, Ian, ‘Smoke and mirrors’, Eastern Daily Press, 27 May 2004, p.10
  • Price, Brian, ‘The lost treasures’, Western Daily Press, 27 May 2004, p.3
  • Winterson, Jeanette, ‘Only art’s enemies cheer the Saatchi bonfire’, The Times, 27 May 2004, p.26
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Don’t fret Tracey, we’ve made you a new one’, Evening Standard, 27 May 2004, p.3
  • Pickles, Anne, ‘Lost art?’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 27 May 2004, p.38
  • McVeigh, Karen, ‘Art in ashes as collectors mourn loss of modern masterpieces’, The Scotsman, 27 May 2004, p.7
  • Malvern, Jack, ‘Brit Art’s finest bear brunt of £20m warehouse fire’, The Times, 27 May 2004, p.10
  • Brown, Jonathan, ‘‘I’m more upset about kids being killed in Iraq’, says Emin’, The Independent, 27 May 2004, p.1
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘Fears for Saatchi’s collection after fire guts art warehouse’, The Independent, 26 May 2004, p.3
  • Higgins, Charlotte and Steven Morris, ‘Britart blaze: Emin tent feared to be among Saatchi works lost in fire’, The Guardian, 26 May 2004
  • Fleming, Nic and Will Bennet, ‘Saatchi art worth millions goes up in flames’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 May 2004, p.1
  • Barker, Will, ‘Fire destroys Saatchi art worth millions’, The Sun, 26 May 2004, p.35
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Emin tent feared lost as fire guts Saatchi warehouse’, Evening Standard, 26 May 2004, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Make way for Designer sheds’, Hull Daily Mail, 26 May 2004, p.19
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Tortured art form’, Metro, 25 May 2004, p.22
  • Cripps, Charlotte, ‘Garden of earthy delights’, The Independent, 24 May 2004, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘The World According To: Tracey Emin, Artist’, 9 to 5 & MW, 24 May 2004, p.4
  • Jennings, Rose, ‘Emin meets Emin’, The Observer (Review), 23 May 2004, p.12
  • Gillian, Lesley, ‘Shed, office, hideaway…’, The Financial Times (Weekend), 22 May 2004, p.15
  • Elston, Annabel, ‘Cabin Fever’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 22 May 2004, pp.52-57
  • Un-authored, ‘Hair-brained’, The Observer (Review), 16 May 2004, p.4
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Home from Home’, The Observer (Review), 16 May 2004, p.8
  • Halliburton, Rachel, ‘Royal illusion’, The Spectator, 15 May 2004, p.76, 78
  • Long, Camilla, ‘Stuck up in the mud’, The Guardian (G2), 14 May 2004, pp.10-11
  • Pavey, Ruth, ‘Unearthing the roots of British gardening’, Ham & High Hampstead & Highgate Express, 14 May 2004, p.10
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Tracey’s video album’, Evening Standard, 12 May 2004, p.3
  • Tysome, Tony, ‘University of Arts has an instant imitator’, The Times (Higher Education), 7 May 2004, p.7
  • Sharp, Craig, ‘Fanning The Flames’, The Times (Business), 2 May 2004, p.33
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey dazzles at last but not at Droit House’, Thanet Times, 27 April 2004, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Exhibition of Christian Art at City Venues’, Lincoln Chronicle, 22 April 2004, p.9
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Angry Emin blames school in squabble over £35,000 quilt’, The Observer, 11 April 2004, p.5
  • Methven, Charlie, ‘Emin’s work to go centre-stage and beyond’, The Daily Telegraph, 10 April 2004, p.18
  • Adams, Tim, ‘Art on a plate’, The Observer (Food Monthly), March 2004, p.28
  • Mooney, Tony, ‘Blanket refusal’, The Guardian (Education), 30 March 2004, pp.2-3
  • Ward, Lucy, ‘A £35,000 Tracey Emin quilt – but worthless if school tries to sell it’, The Guardian, 30 March 2004, p.1
  • Petronio, Ezra, ‘Stars & Styles: Portraits of London’, Self Service, No.20, Spring-Summer 2004, pp.135
  • Blanks, Tim, ‘The Art of Being Valentino’, V Magazine, Spring 2004, pp.172-173; with photography by Tracey Emin
  • Un-authored, ‘Getting to know Tracey Emin’, G3, January 2004, p.8
  • Baker, Kenneth, ‘Manipulation, aggression and shock – revisiting the ‘90s’, San Francisco Chronicle, 12 January 2004
  • Hemmings, Jessica, ‘Stitching up the extreme’, Craft Arts International, No.56, 2002-2003, pp.72-75
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘Tracey by Tracey’, Evening Standard, 24 November 2003, p.47
  • Van der Zee, Bibi, ‘And the nominations are..’, The Guardian (Weekend), 1 November 2003, pp.144-153
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘The case of Emin vs Hensher’, Art Review, October 2003, p.134
  • Aiden, Rose, ‘Brush with fame’, The Observer (Review), 12 October 2003, p.5
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘Heroes and Villains, Jay Jopling’, The Independent Magazine, 11 October 2003, p.78
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey takes the Top Spot’, Evening Standard, 25 September 2003, p.31
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Playing to the gallery’, The Times Magazine, 6 September 2003, pp.30-37
  • Un-authored, ‘Glass-jawed diplomacy’, Evening Standard, 19 August 2003, p.10
  • Bailey, Paul, ‘Tracey Emin is innocent’, The Guardian (G2), 19 August 2003, pp.2-3
  • Pook, Sally, ‘Its not my work, Emin tells the persecuted critic’, The Daily Telegraph, 18 August 2003, p.5
  • Porter, Henry, ‘Take the jibes in your stride’, Evening Standard, 18 August 2003, p.13
  • Bourne, Brendan, ‘‘Revenge’ of Tracey soils an art critic’, The Sunday Times, 17 August 2003, p.3
  • Hill, Amelia, ‘A new work of art, or a very British spat?’, The Observer, 17 August 2003, p.3
  • Hensher, Phillip, ‘Give me a break’, The Spectator, 16 August 2003, pp.16-18
  • Hutak, Michael, ‘Making an exhibition of herself’, Monument, June - July 2003, pp.100-103
  • Leris, Sophie, ‘Why I don’t need a man’, Evening Standard Magazine, 18 July 2003, pp.30-35
  • Kenny, Ursula, ‘Up Front: This much I know – Tracey Emin’, The Observer Magazine, 13 July 2003, pp.8-9
  • Skilbeck, Ruth, ‘Emin, down under’, Pol Oxygen, No. 2, June 2003, pp.115-126
  • Lebowitz, Cathy, ‘Tracey Emin at Lehmann Maupin’, Review of Exhibitions, May 2003, pp.138-139
  • Aitch, Iain, ‘For Tracey, home is where the art is..’, The Observer, 25 May 2003, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Saatchi, the definitive guide to the new Thameside Gallery’, The Observer, 25 May 2003, pp.4-27
  • Macdonald, Marianne, ‘Has the bad girl of BritArt grown up?’, The Scotsman, 16 April 2003, pp.2-3
  • Macdonald, Marianne, ‘A baby? You need to have sex for that, right’, Evening Standard, 14 April 2003, pp.23-24
  • Fearon, Francesca, ‘Personal Best’, Bazaar, March 2003, p.170
  • Sterk, Beatrijs, ‘Flexible 4 – Identities’, Textile Forum, March 2003, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Party of the Month’, Harpers & Queen, February 2003, p.178
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artforum, February 2003, p.150
  • Adams, Elisabeth, ‘Bleeding Art’, Who, 10 February 2003, pp.32-33
  • Loxley, Anne, ‘Tracey Emin, AGNSW’, smh.com.au, 5 February 2003
  • Low, Lenny Ann, ‘Naughty by Nature’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 1-2 February 2003, p.5
  • Knofel, Ulrike, ‘Your Whole Existence is a Lie’, Tactics of the Ego, January 2003, p.40
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin: Art Gallery of New South Wales’, The Art Newspaper, January 2003, p.26
  • Litson, Jo, ‘The art of exhibitionism’, The Weekend Australian, 18-19 January 2003, pp.4-5
  • Gibbs, Michael, ‘Tracey Emin’, Art Monthly, December 2002, p.32
  • Green, Harriet, ‘Still Tracey, after all these years’, Harpers & Queen, December 2002, pp.194-197
  • ‘Emin’s Tate tree in true spirit of Christmas’, The Times, 14 December 2002, p.16
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Tracey Emin and the Christmas tree that disappeared’, The Daily Telegraph, 14 December 2002, p.19
  • Walsh, John, ‘The Tracey show’, The Independent (Review), 6 December 2002, pp.4-5
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Not a Tracey of pity’, Time Out, 4 December 2002, p.52
  • Olivares, Rose, ‘Tracey Emin’, Exit, No.8, November 2002, p.84
  • Preece, Robert, ‘Tracey Emin, Exposed’, Sculpture, November 2002, pp.39-43
  • Macadam, Alfred, ‘Tracey Emin: Lehmann Maupin’, ARTnews, November 2002, p.269
  • Smith, Caroline, ‘True Confessions’, Attitude: Art Review, November 2002, p.102
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Tracey thinks twice’, ArtReview, Vol. 53, November 2002, pp.58-63
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Tracey Emin is still a teenager in pain’, The Sunday Times (Culture Magazine), 24 November 2002, p.10
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Come here and say that to me’, The Independent on Sunday, 17 November 2002, p.10
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Personal worst’, The Independent (Review), 12 November 2002
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Ouch’, The Guardian, 12 November 2002, p.12
  • Paterson, Michael, ‘Pupils invited to view Emins swear words’, The Daily Telegraph, 12 November 2002, p.3
  • Sweet, Matthew, ‘Tracey, love…’, MS London , 11 November 2002, p.19
  • Mullins, Charlotte, ‘Art’s wild child starts to grow up’, The Financial Times, 11 November 2002, p.19
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘A new tide in the affairs of Emin’, The Times, 8 November 2002, p.11
  • Walsh, John, ‘Tracey Emin paints ugly picture of Turner Prize as flawed and unjust’, The Independent, 6 November 2002, p.1
  • Sweet, Matthew, ‘Work in progress’, The Independent Magazine, 2 November 2002, pp.11-12
  • Macgrath, Melanie, ‘Something’s Wrong’, Tate Etc, No. 1, September-October 2002, pp.52-59
  • Nakajima, Kyoko, ‘Tracey Emin’, Ryuko Tsushin, Vol. 4-2, October 2002, p.64
  • Farndale, Nigel, ‘A Real Piece of Work’, The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 27 October 2002, pp.15-20
  • Studd, Helen, ‘Emin to make £1/2m BBC film on teenage rape’, The Times, 26 October 2002, p.8
  • Davies, Hugh, ‘Emin to make film featuring her rape at 13’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 26 October 2002, p.80
  • Beard, Matthew, ‘Harrowing, sordid and promiscuous: Emin plans to depict her teenage years on big screen’, The Independent, 26 October 2002, p.9
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘BBC pays Emin £500,000 for film on her favourite subject – herself’, Evening Standard, 25 October 2002
  • Langton, James, ‘Emin goes back to bed to reveal a traumatic past’, Evening Standard, 15 October 2002, p.14
  • Emin, Tracey, (ed.), The Guardian (Weekend), 12 October 2002
  • ‘Ten Favourite Things’, The Guardian Weekend, 12 October 2002, pp.32-33
  • Davies, Ashley, ‘Tracey Emin’, guardian.co.uk, 11 October 2002
  • Den Breejen, Maartje, ‘Britart bestaat niet’, PS van de week, 5 October 2002, pp.6-12
  • Stallabrass, Julian, ‘Making a show of herself’, Evening Standard, 13 September 2002, p.21
  • McGrath, Melanie, ‘Something’s wrong’, Tate Magazine, No. 1, September/October 2002, pp.52-59
  • Field, Marcus, ‘Emin For Real’, Modern Painters, Autumn 2002, pp.112-117
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Tracey Emin’, Bulletin Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, May 2002, p.37
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘You’ve seen the bed, now watch the movie’, The Guardian, 27 May 2002
  • Gargett, Adrian, ‘Going Down: The Art of Tracey Emin’, 3AM Magazine, January 2002
  • Un-authored, ‘Bowie on Emin’, Harpers Bazaar, November 2001, pp.195-196
  • Wainwright, Jean, ‘Can we talk about contemporary video and film art in terms of genres?’, Plux, September - October 2001, pp.28-40
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘Artists’ Colony’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 13 October 2001, pp.40-41
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin’, Perspectives: Kent Institute of Art and Design, No. 9, Autumn 2001, pp.16-18
  • Knight, India, ‘Tracey Emin gets out of bed and goes for the swim of her life’, The Sunday Times, 19 August 2001, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘As the artist said to the rock star’, The Guardian (G2), 18 July 2001, pp.12-13
  • Padel, Ruth, ‘Rejection of femininity’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 June 2001, p.43
  • Lister, David, ‘Hirst and Emin take their places in the RA beside established artists of the past century’, The Independent, 1 June 2001, p.12
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Tracey Emin’, Time Out, 16 May 2001, p.55
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘We’ve seen her drunk and shouting the odds. But Tracey Emin’s new work is the biggest shock of all: it shows vision’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 6 May 2001, pp.10-11
  • Cork, Richard, ‘What’s hot in the year of our Trace’, The Times, 2 May 2001, pp.16-17
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin – older, wiser and more seductive’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 May 2001, p.21
  • Packer, William, ‘Portrait of the artist as a self-regarding woman’, The Financial Times, 1 May 2001, p.16
  • Picardie, Justine, ‘Indecent Exposure’, Vogue, April 2001, pp.254-260
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘What a sew and sew’, The Observer (Review), 29 April 2001, p.11
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Show and tell’, Sunday Independent (Ireland), 29 April 2001, p.4
  • Freedman, Carl, ‘Conversation between Carl Freedman and Tracey Emin’, countereditions.com, 27 April 2001
  • Renton, Alex, ‘The Daily Tracey’, Evening Standard, 27 April 2001, p.29
  • Lister, David, ‘Emin back on helter skelter of self-absorption’, The Independent, 26 April 2001, p.7
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Tracey finds her voice’, The Guardian, 26 April 2001, pp.14-15
  • Sumpter, Helen, ‘Tracey Comes Clean’, The Big Issue, 23-29 April 2001, pp.18-19
  • Bagley, Christopher, ‘True Confessions’, W, April 2001, pp.318-321, 366
  • Sawyer, Miranda, ‘Money, fame, love and tears after bedtime’, The Times, 23 April 2001, p.24
  • Aidin, Rose, ‘The business of being Tracey’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 April 2001, p.4
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Emin’s latest work is a helter-skelter ride’, The Sunday Times, 22 April 2001, p.9
  • Borden, Harry, ‘Show and tell’, The Observer Magazine, 22 April 2001, pp.8-12
  • Aidin, Rose, ‘Raw Nerve’, The Daily Telegraph Magazine, 21 April 2001, pp.28-33
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Exhibitionist’, Play, 14-20 April 2001, p.23
  • Pallenberg, Anita, ‘Tracey Emin Interviewed’, Cheap Date, No. 4, Spring 2001
  • Bilmes, Alex, ‘GQ’s 50 Questions: Tracey Emin’, GQ, February 2001, pp.116-119
  • Emin, Tracey ‘Private passions’, The Times, 24 January 2001, p.19
  • Durden, Chris, ‘The Authority of Authenticity: Tracey Emin’, Parachute, No.105, February 2001, pp.21-37
  • Preece, Richard, ‘Artist over – an in – the Broadsheets’, Parkett, No. 63, January 2001, pp.50-54
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Like A Hole In The Head’, Parkett, No. 63, January 2001, pp.36-43
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Just Be Yourself – and Wear a Low Top’, Parkett, No. 63, January 2001, pp.24-29
  • Brown, Craig, ‘The moment I saw it, I knew this was something that had come from the very depths of her being, something raw and pungent’, Evening Standard, 1 December 2000, p.33
  • Compton, Nick, ‘She’s Made Her Bed’, i-D, No. 202, October 2000, pp.188-194
  • Vendrame, Simona, ‘Tracey Emin’, Tema Celeste, July-September 2000, pp.44-51
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Tracey Emin enters her blue beach hut period’, The Telegraph, 13 September 2000
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Jesus, Mrs T and the selling of that bed’, The Independent on Sunday, 10 September 2000, p.5
  • Garnett, Natasha, ‘…And now she must lie in it’, Tatler, August 2000, pp.106-115
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘The Andrew Billen Interview: Mistress of the Mattress’, The Sunday Herald, 23 July 2000
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘The Andrew Billen Interview: Tracey Emin’, Evening Standard, 19 July 2000, pp.29-30
  • Kelso, Paul, ‘Emin to clean up as bed goes to Saatchi’, The Guardian, 17 July 2000, p.5
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Saatchi pays £150,000 for Emin’s soiled bed’, The Sunday Times, 16 July 2000
  • Müller, Vanessa, ‘Tracey Emin. Von Lust und Leiden’, Der Tagesspiegel, 8 July 2000, p.28
  • Walde, Gabriela, ‘Pretty Woman der Brit Art’, Die Welt, 1 July 2000
  • ‘The Ken and Tracey show’, The Evening Standard Magazine, 23 June 2000, p.23
  • Emin, Tracey and Juergen Teller, ‘Alexander McQueen Collection Autumn-Winter 2000’, Nova, June 2000, pp.92-101
  • ‘Fashion meets Art’, Vogue, May 2000, p.157
  • Kelner, Simon, ‘In bed with me dinner’, GQ, April 2000, p.124
  • Bennett, Oliver, ‘Hip to be Square’, The Independent Magazine, 1 April 2000, pp.8-15
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘This is British Art’, The Observer Magazine, 19 March 2000, p.5
  • Un-authored, ‘But is it art?’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 February 2000, pp.50-51
  • Un-authored, ‘Autobiographical Self-Portraits’, Art Gallery, 5 February 2000
  • ‘You ask the questions’, The Independent, 26 January 2000, p.7
  • Molyneux, John, ‘Turning Heads. The Turner Prize’, Socialist Review, No. 237, January 2000, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘1999 Turner Prize’, Zoo, January 2000, p.152
  • Gisbourne, Mark, ‘Life into Art’, Studio Art Magazine, No.110, January 2000, p.104
  • O'Kane, Paul, ‘Personal Effects (Sculpture and Belongings)’, Contemporary Visual Arts, No. 21, 1999, p.79
  • Iley, Chrissy, ‘Head Turner’, Hot Air, October-December 1999, p.27
  • Arning, Bill, ‘Tracey Emin at Lehmann Maupin’, December 1999, p.114
  • Un-authored, ‘Celebrity Decadence’, GQ, December 1999, pp.188-190
  • Machado, Alvaro, ‘Emin expõe suas feridas em ‘(S)ynergies’’, Folha de São Paulo, 8 December 1999
  • Grant, Simon, ‘A portrait of the artists’, Tate Etc., No. 19, Winter 1999
  • Dawson, Mike, ‘Enigma’, Flux, No.15, October-November 1999
  • Falkenstein, Michelle, ‘What’s So Good About Being Bad’, ARTnews, November 1999, pp.158-163
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Art mavericks win over the sceptics’, The Times, 29 November 1999, p.42
  • Brooks, Richard and Hellen, Nicholas, ‘Tracey Emin’s sordid secret: she can paint’, The Sunday Times, 28 November 1999, p.6
  • Rugoff, Ralph, ‘Screaming for attention’, The Financial Times, 20 November 1999
  • Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘Tracey Emin gets in bed with Beck’s’, guardian.co.uk, 9 November 1999
  • Avgikos, Jan, ‘Tracey Emin. Lehmann Maupin, New York’, Artforum, October 1999, p.139
  • ‘Porträt: Tracey Emin’, Brigitte, October 1999, pp.130-133
  • Kabat, Jennifer and Tracey Emin, ‘Q + A’, The Face, October 1999, p.210
  • Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘Scandal sheets envelop Turner prize’, The Guardian, 20 October 1999, p.5
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Soiled bed shortlisted for Turner art prize’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 October 1999, p.5
  • Featherstone, Tim, ‘Tracey Emin’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 October 1999
  • Adams, Tim, ‘Tracey Emin’, guardian.co.uk, 10 October 1999
  • Bracewell, Michael, ‘The Madness of Queen Tracey’, The Times Magazine, 2 October 1999, pp.16-20
  • Shone, Richard, ‘Turner Points’, Artforum, September 1999, Vol. 38, No.1, p. 48
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘Exploration of the Soul’, The Independent on Sunday, 19 September 1999, pp.18-20
  • Mowe, Sarah, ‘Store Wars’, Evening Standard Magazine, 17 September 1999, pp.112-115
  • Love, Damien, ‘Cannabis caper out of joint’, The Scotsman, 16 September 1999
  • French, Karl, ‘Television preview’, The Financial Times, 15 September 1999
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Bleeding art’, Time Out, 8 September 1999, pp.24-25
  • Vendrame, Simona, ‘Non si vive di soli concetti’, Tema Celeste, No. 75, September 1999, p. 5
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘Anthony Van Dyck, meet Tracey Emin’, The Independent on Sunday, 29 August 1999
  • Jackson, Tina, ‘Woman Behaving Badly’, The Big Issue, 26 July–1 August 1999, pp.18-19
  • Grant, Simon, ‘Joyriding on the precipice’, Evening Standard, 22 July 1999, p.32
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Tracey Emin. Every Part of Me’s Bleeding’, The New York Times, Friday 11 June 1999
  • Danzinger, Danny, ‘Best of Times Worst of Times’, The Sunday Times, 6 June 1999, pp.48-54
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘No one is shocked by Britart abroad’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 June 1999
  • Carr, C, ‘The Urge to Purge’, Village Voice, Vol. 14, No.20, 25 May 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey Emin at Crack of Dawn’, Modern Painters, Vol.12, No.1, Spring 1999, p.128
  • Hogrefe, Jeffrey, ‘Tracey Emin: Totally Naked And Totally Vulnerable?’, The New York Observer, 10 May 1999, p.29
  • Kino, Carol, ‘Let it Bleed’, Time Out (New York), 29 April - 6 May 1999, pp. 63-65
  • Self, Will, ‘A Slave To Truth’, The Independent on Sunday, 21 February 1999, pp.6-9
  • Un-authored, ‘Absolute Tracey’, Park, November-December 1998, pp.54-56
  • Luz, Kathrin, ‘Über das Politische des Unpolitischen’, Noëma Art Journal, No. 48, July-August 1998, pp.40-47
  • McKay, Alistair, ‘Art is an Eminist issue’, The Scotsman, 4 August 1998, p.10
  • Ross, Deborah, ‘Tracey Emin, the art world’s bit of rough’, The Independent, 27 July 1998, pp.1-9
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Eminism’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 12 July 1998, pp.28-35
  • Yuko, Takano, Zola, No. 20, June 1998
  • Ikoma, Yoshiko, ‘Special Interview’, Spur, 5 May 1998, p.19
  • Wiensowski, Ingeborg, ‘Tracey Emin’, Der Spiegel, March 1998, p.24
  • ‘Tracey Emin on ...Pandemonium 98’, Hot Tickets, 1998
  • Bowie, David and Tracey Emin, ‘It’s Art, Jim, but as We Know It’, Modern Painters, Autumn 1997, pp.24-32
  • Riding, Alan, ‘No Sexism, Please; They’re British’, The New York Times, 29 December 1997, E1
  • Yates, Robert, ‘For ever and ever, Emin…’, The Observer, 14 December 1997
  • Eichler, Dominic, ‘How It Feels: The Tracey Emin Museum’, Like Art Magazine, No.3, Winter 1997, pp.6-9
  • Brooke, Simon, ‘Tracey Emin. Margate’, The Times Magazine, 8 November 1997
  • Burrows, Wayne, ‘Stitch this!’, The Big Issue, 27 October 1997, p.27
  • Moyes, JoJo, ‘How we met: Sarah Lucas and Tracey Emin’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 October 1997, p.75
  • Bowie, David and Tracey Emin, ‘As Tracey Emin said to David Bowie: Come into my tent’, The Independent, 16 September 1997
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘The Female Gaze’, Vogue, Vol. 163, December 1997, pp.235-239
  • Bowie, David and Tracey Emin, ‘Visual Arts: As Tracey Emin said to David Bowie: ‘Come into my tent’, The Independent (Life&Style), 16 September 1997
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘The New Establishment’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 August 1997, p.12
  • Sawyer, Miranda, ‘Arty Spice’, The Observer (Life), 20 July 1997, pp.6-8
  • Czyzselska, Jane, ‘Blood and guts on canvas’, The Big Issue, 14 July 1997, pp.10-11
  • ‘Shore leave’, Time Out, 23-30 July 1997, pp.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Celebrity Square’, Time Out Student Guide, July 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Brit Art’, Art, No. 7, July 1997, pp.60-61
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Sofa Drawings’, Time Out, 18-25 June 1997
  • Barrett, David, ‘Tracey Emin : South London Gallery’, Art Monthly, No. 207, June 1997, pp.36-37
  • Brown, Neal, ‘Pictures in the Mind’, Magma Poetry, No. 10, Summer 1997
  • Corrigan, Susan, ‘Exhibitionist’, i-D, No.164, May 1997
  • Garratt, Sheryl, ‘Share my world’, Arena, No.68, May 1997, p.40
  • Morgan, Stuart, ‘The Story of I’, Frieze, No.34, May 1997, pp.56-61
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘All about Tracey Emin’, The Telegraph, 3 May 1997
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Life Skills’, Time Out, 23-30 April 1997
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘All about Tracey Emin’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 April 1997
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Me, me, me, me’, The Guardian, 22 April 1997, p.13
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The quick and the dead’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 20 April 1997, p.10
  • Jackson, Tina, ‘Mad Tracey of Margate’, The Big Issue, 7-13 April 1997, pp.12-15
  • Thomas, Lesley, ‘From Margate to Monument Valley’, The Express, 10 April 1997
  • Gott, Richard, ‘Sexual in-tent’, The Guardian (Weekend), April 5 1997, p.27
  • Collings, Matthew, ‘A Tart for her Art...’, The Independent, 25 March 1997, p.11
  • Freedman, Carl, Habitat Art Broadsheet, Spring 1997
  • Windsor, John, ‘A different class of bond’, The Independent, 25 January 1997, p.27
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The girls adding spice to still life’, The Sunday Times, 8 December 1996, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘English Rose’, Frieze, No.31, November-December 1996, pp.56-7
  • Lloyd, Fran, ‘Bad Girls in bed with Madonna?’, Contemporary, Winter 1995-1996, pp.39-42
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Works in progress’, GQ, October 1996, p.88
  • Bernard, Kate, ‘The women who won’t win the Turner Prize’, Evening Standard, 30 October 1996, p.28
  • Holm, Eva-Lotta, ‘Painting the Unconscious as a Process’, Material, No.29, Summer 1996
  • Lillington, David, ‘Emotionele zelfmoord’, Metropolis M, June 1996, pp.28-33
  • Brown, Neal, ‘Tracey Emin’, Frieze, No. 27, March-April 1996, p.82
  • Male, Andrew, ‘Fact!’, Select, April 1996
  • Garnett, Robert, ‘Beyond the Hype’, Art Monthly, April 1996, pp.43-44
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘New Habitat for bondage tackle’, The Guardian, 21 February 1996
  • Ronson, Jon, ‘Who wants their own museum?’, The Independent, 9 February 1996, p.8
  • Bernard, Kate, ‘Portrait of the artist as a young woman’, Harpers & Queen, January 1996, p.21
  • Chaudhuri, Anita, ‘Shane, Eddie, Tony, Richard, Doug…This one’s for you’, The Guardian, 24 January 1996, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Tracey puts daily life on display’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 January 1996
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Hot Shots’, Time Out, 13-20 December 1995, p.5
  • Corrigan, Susan, ‘New Art Riot’, i-D, No. 147, December 1995, pp.36-37
  • Von Uslar, Moritz, ‘Wohin flieht die Literatur?’, Suddeutsche Zeitung, 6 October 1995
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Open art surgery’, Time Out, 23-30 August 1995, pp.16-17
  • Corris, Michael, ‘Tracey Emin’, Artforum, February 1995, pp.84-85
  • Norman, Geraldine, ‘In Bed with My Art Installations’, The Independent on Sunday, 15 May 1994, p.78
  • Polla, Barbara S., ‘Peut-etre les femmes choix….’, Campus, March-April 1994, pp.26-31
  • Archer, Michael, ‘Im Nachhinein Tracey Emin und andere’, Texte zur Kunst, March 1994, pp.58-63
  • Emin, Tracey ‘On holiday with my dad’, Frieze, January 1994
  • Lillington, David, ‘Private View’, Time Out, 1-8 December 1993
  • Heiniger, Florence, ‘From Army to Armani’, Arquebuse, August-September 1993, pp.44-46
  • Daly, Pauline and Brendan Quick, ‘Crazy Tracey, Sensible Lucas’, Interview, September 1993, pp.58-60
  • Muir, Gregor, ‘Lucas & Emin’, Frieze, February 1993, p.56
  • Gisbourne, Mark, ‘Life Into Art’, Contemporary, No.20, January 1993, pp.28-35
  • Un-authored, ‘Hot Shots’, Time Out, January 1993, p.5

Related Texts

  • Emin, Tracey, ‘Six of the best: Louise Bourgeois works chosen by Tracey Emin’ The Times, 9 November 2013, p.6
  • Julian Schnabel (Philips de Pury & Company, London 2009)
  • Jones, Liz, Fur Babies (Quadrille, London 2007)
  • Youssef Nabil: Sleep in My Arms (Michael Stevenson Gallery, 2007)
  • Emin, Tracey ‘It’s clear to see: his time was running out’, The Independent, 22 September 2007, p.2
  • Emin, Tracey, ‘My kind of town’, Architecture Today, May 2007, p.88


Other Media


Film

  • The Genius of British Art, Channel 4, 31 October 2010; presented by Janet Street-Porter
  • Richardson, Alan, Edexcel AS Art and Design, (DVD - Pearsons Education, Harlow, 2009)
  • The Eye: Tracey Emin (VHS - Illuminations Publishing 2003)
  • Britart, BBC 4; three part series from 8 March 2002
  • Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, 30 November 2001
  • New Eastenders; screened at Shoreditch Electricity Showrooms, 26 March 2001 and broadcast on BBC 2, 2-5 April 2001
  • Mad Tracey from Margate, BBC 2, 1999; directed by Simon Chu
  • The Blue Summer, 1999; produced and directed by John Sergeant
  • Close Up: Mad Tracey from Margate, BBC 2 (ZCZ Productions), 15 September 1999
  • This is Modern Art, Channel 4 (Oxford Television Company Production), June - July 1999; presented by Matthew Collings
  • Cool Britannia. A Celebration of the best of new British Talent, Channel 4 (LWT), 1997
  • Turner prize discussion, Channel 4, 1997
  • Tracey Emin: Part of What Made Me What I Am; screened at Soho House, 6 March 1997 and broadcast on LWT 8 March 1997
  • Emin, Tracey, Carl Freedman, Georgina Starr and Gillian Wearing, English Rose, 1996
  • Cool Britannia, Channel 4


Audio

  • ‘Cultural exchange: Tracey Emin on Vermeer’, BBC Radio 4, 22 April 2013; interview with the artist by Mark Lawson
  • ‘Front Row’, BBC Radio 4, 30 April 2010; interview with the artist by Mark Lawson
  • ‘The Story Man’, BBC Radio 4, 29 July 2004
  • ‘Masterpiece’, BBC World Service, 19 April 2004
  • ‘Woman’s Hour’, BBC Radio 4, 8 November 2003
  • ‘Woman’s Hour with Tracey’, BBC Radio 4, 9 October 2002
  • ‘My Life in CD’, MacLead 6 Music, 5 May 2002
  • ‘PM Programme’, BBC Radio 4, 17 January 2002
  • ‘On the Ropes’, BBC Radio 4, 24 July 2001
  • ‘In the Artist’s Studio’, Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 4, 9 October 2000
  • ‘Front Row’, BBC Radio 4, 6 September 2000
  • ‘Today Programme’, BBC Radio 4, 11 May 2000
  • ‘But is it art?’, The Listener, BBC Radio 3, 6 February 2000
  • ‘The Learning Curve’, BBC Radio 4, 22 June 1999
  • Audio Arts Magazine, Vol.16, No.3-4 (Arts Council of Great Britain 1997); edited and produced by William Furlong


Readings and performances

  • Exploration of the Soul (Hoxton Hall, London, 15 January 2004)
  • Tracey Emin Showreel (Genesis Cinema, London, 31 July 2003)
  • Artsweek (Camberwell College of Arts, London, 26 June 1999)
  • Performance on opening night of Pandaemonium (London Electronic Arts Gallery,15 October 1998)
  • Getting Out of Our Box (ICA, London, November 1998)
  • Belfast Literary Festival (December 1997)
  • Various stories (Habitat 1996)
  • Exploration of the Soul (Voice Box, Royal Festival Hall, London, 27 August 1995)
  • Exploration of the soul (South London Gallery 1995)
  • Various stories (Royal Festival Hall 1995)
  • Everyone I have ever slept with (Tracey Emin Museum 1995)
  • Various stories (The Pacific Bar, Camberwell, London)


Artist’s Talks

  • Lynn Barber interviews Tracey Emin (The Saatchi Gallery, London, 2 July 2003)
  • Tracey Emin (Domain Theatre, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia, 1 February 2003)
  • An Evening with Tracey Emin at the British Museum, 19 May 2001; in conversation with James Putnam
  • Tracey Emin Club Dinner (The Groucho Club, 7 November 2000)
  • Tracey Emin (Oxford Union and Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 2001)
  • Tracey Emin (Tate Gallery (now Tate Britain), Turner Prize, 1999)
  • Tracey Emin (Norwich University, UK 1997)
  • Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas and Sam Taylor-Wood (Royal Academy of Arts, London, 17 February 1996)


Top Spot Screenings

  • Whitney Museum of American Art, 11 February and 18 March 2007
  • KunstFilmBiennale, KunstWerke, Berlin, September - October 2006
  • Gender Bender, Bologna, 3 November 2006
  • Salt Gallery, Cornwall, 11 August - 15 September 2006
  • BAC Festival, Barcelona, 1 - 30 November 2006
  • The Youth of Today, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, 7 April - 25 May 2006
  • 24th International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA), Montreal, 9 - 19 March 2006
  • The Artful Festival, London, 6 October 2005
  • KunstFilmBiennale Cologne, 19 - 24 October 2005
  • 11th Athens International Film Festival, 16 – 25 September 2005
  • Seoul Film Festival and SeNef International Competition, 1 - 14 September 2005
  • Greenbelt Arts Festival, Cheltenham, 27 – 29 August 2005
  • Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, 16 June – 3 July 2005
  • Art Basel 05, June 2005
  • Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 16 June 2005
  • Brooklyn International Film Festival, New York, 3 -12 June 2005
  • Genesis Cinema, London, 5 June 2005
  • MAC cinema, Birmingham, 27 - 29 May 2005
  • Crossing Europe Film Festival, Linz, Austria, 26 April – 1 May 3005
  • Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival, 12 – 24 April 2005
  • Institute of Education, University of London, 25 March 2005
  • Birdseye View, Women's Film Festival, ICA, London, 12 March 2005
  • Berlin Film Festival, 17 February 2005
  • FACT, Liverpool, 10 – 12 February 2005
  • MOMA, New York 2004
  • Odeon 2, Leicester Square, London 2004


Outside projects

  • Group Show (Trolley Gallery, London, 3 June - 9 July 2005); curator
  • Les Parents Terribles by Jean Cocteau (Jermyn Street Theatre, London 2004); set designer