Gilbert & George


GILBERT: Born 1943
GEORGE:  Born 1942

1967 met and studied at St Martin’s School of Art, London

Live and work in London, England


2012 “London Pictures,” Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery
“London Pictures,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
“London Pictures,” White Cube all sites, London and Hong Kong
“London Pictures,” Arndt, Berlin
2011 “Jack Freak Pictures,” Deichtorhallen, Hamburg; Kunstmuseum Linz, Linz; Centre for Contemporary Art, Laznia, Gdansk
“Gilbert & George, Urethra Postcard Pictures,” White Cube, London; Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris; Alfonso Artiaco, Naples; Ivory Press, Madrid; Arndt, Berlin
“The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George,” Pinacoteca Agnelli, Turin
2010 “Jack Freak Pictures,”CAC Malaga, Malaga; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels.
2009 “Jack Freak Pictures”
Arndt & Partner, Berlin;
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris;
White Cube, London;
Galerie Baronian Francey, Brussels;
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
2008 “Gilbert & George”,
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY;
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA;
de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
“Gilbert & George: The Secret Files of Gilbert & George”, Video Screening,
CCA Kitakyushu Project Gallery, Japan
Gilbert & George: Notations, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
2007 “Gilbert & George: Major Exhibition”, Tate Modern, London; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Castello di Rivoli, Turin
“Gilbert & George – works from the collection”, Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, Stockholm
“Gilbert & George. Selected works from the 80s”, Faggionato Fine Art, London
2006 “ONOFAGOD Pictures Was Jesus Heterosexual?”, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht; White Cube, London
2005 “Gilbert & George”, British Pavilion, 51st International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale, Venice
20 London E1 Pictures, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover
2004 “Thirteen Hooligan Pictures,” Gallery Bernier / Eliades, Athens, Greece
“Perversive Pictures,” Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
“20 London E1 Pictures,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
2002 “The Dirty Words Pictures,” Serpentine Gallery, London
“The Art of Gilbert & George,” Fundação Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, Portugal
“Nine Dark Pictures,” Portikus, Frankfurt
2001 “Gilbert & George,” Chateau d’Arenthon Fondation pour l’Art Contemporain,Alex(Annency)
“The Art of Gilbert and George,’ The Factory, Athens School of Art
“New Horny Pictures,” White Cube², Hoxton Square, London
2000 Gilbert & George, Parkhaus, Dusseldorf
Zig-Zag. Pictures 2000, FIAC, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Nineteen Ninety Nine, 1999, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung, Vienna
MM 2000; Biennale de Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
Nineteen Ninety Nine, 1999, Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Chicago
1999 Gilbert & George 1970-1988, Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo
Gilbert & George 1986-1997, Drassanes, Valéncia
”The Rudimentary Pictures,” Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes (inaugural exhibition) ; Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, California
Gilbert & George 1991-1997, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast
Nineteen Ninety Nine, 1999, Kunstmuseum, Bonn
1998 “New Testamental Pictures,” Museo di Capodimonte, Naples
”New Testamental Pictures,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
”New Testamental Pictures,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
Selected Works from The Fundamental Pictures, Massimo Martino Fine Arts & Projects, Switzerland
1997 “The Fundamental Pictures,” Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin     Gallery, New York, NY
“Gilbert & George,” Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
“Gilbert & George: Art for All 1971 – 1992,” Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
“Gilbert & George Art,” Magasin 3, Stockholm, Sweden
1996 “Gilbert & George”, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy
1995 “The Singing Sculpture”, CAPC Musee d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France
“The Naked Shit Pictures”, South London Art Gallery, London, England
“Gilbert & George”, Galerie Nikolas Sonne, Berlin, Germany
1994 Robert Miller Gallery, NY
Museo d’Arte Moderna, Lugano, Switzerland
“New Shit Pictures”, Galerie Jablonka, Cologne, Germany
“Shitty Naked Human World”, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany
1993 “China Exhibition 1993”, National Art Gallery, Peking; The Art Museum, Shanghai, China
1992 “New Democratic Pictures”, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Arhus, Denmark
“New Democratic Pictures”, Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London
1991 “Gilbert & George”, Gramo Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium
“The Cosmological Pictures”, Palac Sztuki, Krakow; Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome; Kunsthalle Zurich; Wiener Secession, Vienna; Ernst Muzeum, Budapest; Haags Gemeenstemuseum, The Hague; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona; Tate Gallery Liverpool; Wurttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart
“The Singing Sculpture & The General Jungle”, Sonnabend Gallery
1990 “Gilbert & George Pictures 1983 1988, Moscow Exhibition”, New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
“Twenty Five Worlds By Gilbert & George”, Robert Miller Gallery, New York
“Gilbert & George Post Card Sculptures and Ephemera 1969 1981”, Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York
“The New Cosmological Pictures”, Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Galerie Langer Fain, Paris
“Gilbert & George: Worlds & Windows”, Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London
“Gilbert & George”, Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“Eleven Worlds by Gilbert & George and Antique Clocks”, Desire Feuerle Gallery, Cologne
1989 “The for Aids Exhbitions“, Anthony D’offay Gallery, London
“Gilbert & George: Postcard Sculptures”, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
“The 1988 Pictures”, Christian Stein Gallery, Milan
1988 Ascan Crone Gallery, Hamburg, West Germany
1987 “Gilbert & George, The Complete Pictures 1971-¬1985”, Palacio de Valazquez, Parque del Reitrio, Madrid, Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Hayward Gallery, London
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“Gilbert & George New Pictures”, Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London
“Gilbert & George Pictures”, The Aldrich museum, Ridgefield, CN
1986 “Gilbert & Geocge, The Complete Pictures 1971¬1985″, CAPC Musee d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, Kunsthalle, Basel, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels
1985 “Gilbert & George”, Milwaukee Art Museum; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
“New Moral Works”, Sonnabend Gallery, New York
1984 “New Photo Pieces”, Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London
“Gilbert & George”, The Baltimore Museum of Art; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston; The Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida
“The Believing World”, Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London
“Hands Up”, Schelman & Kluser Gallery, Munich “Live’s”, Pieroni Gallery, Rome
1983 “Modern Faith”, Sonnabend Gallery, New York “Photo Pieces 1980 82”, David Bellman Gallery, Toronto
“New Works”, Crousel Hussenot Gallery, Paris
1982 “New Photo Pieces,” Gewad Ghent
“Crusade,” Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London
1982 “Photo Pieces 1971 80,” (Retrospective) Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf; Kunsthalle, Bern; Centre National d’Art et de culture Georges Pompidou, Paris; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
1980/81 “Photo Pieces 1980 81,” Chantal Crousel Gallery, Paris
1980 “Post Card Sculptures,” Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam; Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf
“New Photo Pieces,” Karen & Jean Bernier Gallery, Athens; Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“Modern Fears,” Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London “Photo Pieces 1971 80,” Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
1978 “Photo Pieces,” Dartington Hall Gallery, Dartington Hall
“New Photo Pieces,” Sonnabend Gallery, New York; Art Agency, Tokyo
1977 “Red Morning,” Sperone Fischer Gallery, Basel
“New Photo Pieces,” Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam; Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf
1976 “The General Jungle,” Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo
“Dead Boards,” Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“Mental,” Robert Self Gallery, London; Robert Self Gallery, Newcastle
1975 “Bloody Life,” Sonnabend Gallery, Paris; Sonnabend Gallery, Geneva; Lucio Amelio Gallery, Naples
“Post Card Sculptures,” Sperone Westwater Fischer Gallery, New York
“Dusty Corners,” Art Agency, Tokyo
1974 “Drinking Sculptures,” Art & Project,MTL, Antwerp
“Humane Bondage,” Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf
“Dark Shadow,” Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam; Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
“Cherry Blossom,” Sperone Gallery, Rome
1973 “The Shrubberies & Singing Sculpture,” National Gallery of New South Wales; John Kaldor Project, Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria; John Kaldor Project, Melbourne
“Modern Rubbish,” Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“Any Port in a Storm,” Sonnabend Gallery, Paris
“New Decorative Works,” Sperone Gallery, Turin
“Reclining Drunk,” Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
1972 “New Photo Pieces,” Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf
“Three Sculptures on Video Tape,” Gerry Schum Video Gallery, Dusseldorf
“The Bar,” Anthony D’Offay Gallery, London;
Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
“The Evening Before the Morning After,” Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
“It Takes A Boy To Understand A Boy ‘s Point Of View,” Situation Gallery, London
“A New Sculpture,” Sperone Gallery, Rome
1971 “There Were Two Young Men,” Sperone Gallery, Turin
“The General Jungle,” Sonnabend Gallery, New York
“The Paintings,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Kunstverein Dusseldorf; Kon.  Museum Voor Shone Kunsten, Antwerpen
“The Ten Speeches,” Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
“New Photo Pieces,” Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam
1970 “George by Gilbert & Gilbert by George,” Fournier Street, London
“The Pencil on Paper, Descriptive Works,” Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf; Folker Skulima Gallery, Berlin
“Art Notes and Thoughts,” Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam
“Frozen Into the Nature for You Art,” Francoise Lambert Gallery, Milan; Heiner Friedrich Gallery, Cologne
“To Be with Art is all We Ask,” Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
1969 “Anniversary,” Frank’s Sandwich Bar, London
“Shit and Cunt,” Robert Fraser Gallery, London


2012 ARTandPRESS, Martin–Gropius-Bau, Berlin
2011 Staging Action: Performance in Photography since 1960,
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Moving Portraits, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea
United Enemies: The Problem of Sculpture in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s, Henry   Moore Institute, Leeds
Made in Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection, Hong Kong   Heritage Museum, Hong Kong; Suzhou Museum, Suzhou
2010 Party!, New Art Gallery, Walsall
Love, Sorcha Dallas Gallery, Glasgow.
Brave New World, MUDAM, Luxembourg
2009 T-Tris, B.P.S. Space for Contemporary Art, Charleroi, Belgium
Bad Habits, Albright Knox Gallery, New York
Collage, London New York, Fred Gallery, London
15 Years of Collecting: Against the Grain, Kunstmusuem Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg.
BP British Art Displays 1500- 2009, Tate Britain, London
Passports: Great Early Buys from the British Council Collection, Whitechapel   Gallery, London
The Fallen Angels – Watari-Um, Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Barock, Museo d’Art Contemporanea Donna Regina, Naples
Just What is it..100 years years of Modern Art from Private Collections in Baden-Wurttemberg, ZKM Center for Art & Media Karlsruhe
2008 Frieze Art Fair, Regents Park, London
“Based on Paper”, MIMA, Middlesbrough
“The Sum of Its Parts”, Cheim & Read, New York City, NY
“History in the Making, A Retrospective of the Turner Prize”, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
“Held together with water, Art from the Sammlung Verbund”, Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Istanbul
Based on Paper, MIMA, Middlesbrough
2007 “The Naked Portrait”, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh
“Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years”, Barbican Art Gallery, London
“The Secret Public: The Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
“INTO ME / OUT OF ME” Kunst-Werke Berlin e.V. – KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin
2006 “Interventions”, Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles
“How To Improve The World”, Hayward Gallery, London
“Where a Pawn becomes a Queen”, Museum Ludwig, Cologne
“Inventory: Works form the Herbert Collection”, Kunsthaus Graz, Graz
“Sixty Years of Sculpture in the Arts Council Collection”, Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Handsome, Analix Forever, Geneva
“Eye on Europe – Prints, Books & Multiples, 1960 to Now”, MoMA – Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Internazionale XII Biennale di Scultura di Carrara Biennale di Sculture di Carrara, Carrara
“Into me / Out of me” P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island
LACMA at 40: Gifts in Honor of the Museum’s Anniversary, Los Angeles County Museum of Art – LACMA, Los Angeles, CA
E-Flux Video Rental, Arthouse at the Jones Center – Contemporary Art for Texas, Austin, TX
2005 “Creativity”, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel
‘Bock mit Inhalt’ – Summer Exhibition, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
“Superstars – from Warhol to Madonna”, Kunsthalle Wien (Halle 1, Halle 2 im MQ), Vienna
“The Theatre of Art – Masterpieces from the Collection of the Ludwig Museum”, Colo Villa Manin. Centro Darte Contemporanea, Codroipo (UD)
“Open Systems – Rethinking Art c.1970”, Tate Modern, London (England)
“Eye of the Storm: The IMMA Collection”, Irish Museum of Modern Art – IMMA, Dublin
“The giving person”, PAN – Palazzo delle Arti di Napoli, Naples
“The Last Picture Show – Artists using Photography 1960-1982”, Miami Art Central, Miami, FL
“Faltering Flame”, Sheffield Galleries & Museums Trust, Sheffield
2004 “Puzzle”, Galleria Il Ponte, Florence
“The Last Picture Show”, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur
“From a Collection – For a Collection”, Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Duesseldorf; Stedelijk Museum
“Monument to Now”, Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens
“Video et Cogito”, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen
“Hidden Histories”, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, West Midlands (England)
“Head to Head”, Tate Modern, London (England)
“Secrets of the 90s”, Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, Arnhem
“Turning Points – 20th Century British Sculpture”, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran
“The Last Picture Show – Artists Using Photography, 1960-1982”, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Treasure Island: 10 Jahre Sammlung Kunstmuseum, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg
“I hate you The Falckenberg Collection”, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
2003 “Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism,” University Art Museum, UC
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA; University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum/videogalerie schum, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Duesseldorf
“Narcissus – New Visions on Self-Representation”, Crac Alsace, Altkirch
“Happiness – A Survival Guide for Art and Life”, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
“The Last Picture Show – Artists Using Photography – 1960-1982”, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
“Gelijk het leven is”, S.M.A.K. – Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent
“Dreams and Conflicts:The Dictatorship of the Viewer”, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice
“Journey to Now – John Kaldor Art Projects & Collection”, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
“PROJECTION”, Konrad Fischer Galerie GmbH, Duesseldorf
“Photo – Kunst – 1852 – 2002”, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart
“Het kunstenaarsboek als wetenschappelijke bron”, Centraal Museum, Utrecht
“Not Exactly Photographs”, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Group Show, Bernier/Eliades Gallery, Athens
“From Broodthaers to Horn”. Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
2002 “From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection,” The Tang
Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs,    New York
“Public Affairs,” Kunsthaus Zurich
“RETROSPECTACLE: 25 Years of Collecting Modern and Contemporary”, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
“Real Lif”e, Tate St. Ives, St. Ives, Cornwall
“Warhol to Koons: International Contemporary Art from a Private Collection”, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (Scotland); Weston Link, Edinburgh (Scotland)
“On General Release”, Norwich Gallery, Norwich (England)
2001 “Shortcuts”, Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens
“Nothing in the Main Hall”, Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö
“Conception – The Conceptual Document 1968-1972”, The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia
Reisen in Ich – Künstler / Selbst / Bild. Sammlung Essl – Kunsthaus, Klosterneuburg
“Nothing”, Contemporary Art Center Vilnius (CAC), Vilnius
“The First 10 Years: Selected Works from the Collection”, Irish Museum of Modern Art – IMMA, Dublin
“Imago Mundi”, capc Musée dart contemporain, Bordeaux
“Hypermental – Wahnhafte Wirklichkeit 1950 – 2000 – Von Salvador Dali bis Jeff Koons”, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg
“Echoes of the Scream”, ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst, Copenhagen
2000 “Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection”, Neuberger Museum of Art, SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY
“Out There,” White Cube 2, Hoxton Square, London
“The Rudimentary Pictures”, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles
“Enclosed and Enchanted”, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford
“Man – Body in Art from 1950 to 2000”, Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst, Skovvej, Denmark
“Dream Machines”, Dundee Contemporary Arts – DCA, Dundee (Scotland)
“Inaugural Exhibition Making Time – Considering Time As a Material in Contemporary Art”, The Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art (PBICA), Lake Worth, FL
5e Biennale de Lyon – Partage dexotismes, La biennale dart contemporain de Lyon, Lyon
“Seeing Time”, ZKM | Museum für Neue Kunst & Medienmuseum, Karlsruhe
“Many Colored Objects Placed Side By Side To Form A Row Of Many Colored Objects”, Casino Luxembourg – Forum dart contemporain, Luxembourg
1999 “Zeitwenden – Rückblick und Ausblick”, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn
Permanent Collection, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX
“The First View”, Sammlung Essl – Kunsthaus, Klosterneuburg
“Ego Alter Ego – Das Selbstportrait in der Fotografie der Gegenwart”, Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden
“Gesammelte Werke 1; Zeitgenössische Kunst seit 1968”, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg
“Veronicas Revenge – Photographies De La Collection Lac-Suisse”, Casino Luxembourg – Forum dart Contemporain, Luxembourg
“Insite 98 – Mysterious Voyages: Exploring the Subject of Photography”, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD
Linhas de Sombra Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azeredo Perdigão – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
1998 “Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
“Photoplay,” George Eastman House, Rochester, NY
Black White and Red 1971 to 1980, James Cohan Gallery, New York
1997 “Treasure Island”, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal
“Das Zwanzigste Jahrhundert” Zeitgeist-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany
“’97 Kwangju Biennale Unmapping the Earth,” Kwangju, Korea
Galerie Thaddeaus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria
1996 “La Vie Moderne en Europe 1870-1996”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
1995 “Endurance: The Information”, Exit Art, New York, NY
“Take Me (I’m Yours)”, Serpentine Gallery, London, Great Britain
“Attitudes/Sculptures, 1963-1972”, CAPC, Musee d’art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France
“20/20” In Khan, NY
Human/Nature Benefit Exhibition, The New Museum, New York, NY
1994 “1969”, Galerie Jablonka, Cologne
“Recent Work”, Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London
“Sarah Staton:  Supastore boutique”, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, Great Britain
1993 “Contemporary Self-Portraits “Here’s Looking at Me'”, elac, Centre d’Echanges de Perrache, Lyon, France
“Out of Sight, Out of Mind”, Lisson Gallery, London
“1993:  Europe Sans Frontieres”, Galerie Isy Brachot, Paris
“Image Makers”, The Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
“Konstruktion Zitat:  Kollektive Bilder in der Fotografie”, Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany
“Photoplay, Works from the Chase Manhattan Collection, NY”, Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL; Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico; Centro Cultural Consolidado, Caracas, Venezuela; MASP/ Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile
1992 “Dark Decor”, DePree Art Center, Hope College, Holland, MI; San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA; Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, Belleair, FL
“More Than One Photograph”, The Museum of Modern Art, NY
1991 “20th Century Collage”, Margo Leavin Gallery, LA, CA
“Metropolis”, International Art Exhibition 1991, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
“Photography:  1980-1990”, Ginny Williams Gallery, Denver, CO
“Consorts”, Pence Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
“Cruciformed:  Images of the Cross Since 1980”, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland;  Museum of Contemporary Art Wright State University, Dayton, OH; Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Macdonald Stewart Art Center, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
“A Passion for Art:  Watercolors and Works on Paper”, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, NY
1990 “Assembled”, The University Art Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
“Team Spirit”, Neuberger Museum, SUNY at Purchase; Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; The Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami; Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC; Davenport Art Museum, Davenport, IO; Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MI
“Art That Happens to be Photography”, Texas Gallery, TX
“Exposed”, Vivian Horan Fine Art, New York
1989 “Repetition”, Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, NY
“Bilderstreit: contradiction, unity and fragmentation in art since 1960”, Ludwig Museum in the Rheinhallen, Cologne, West Germany
“Prospect 89” Kunstverein Frankfurt, Schirn Kunst-Halle, Frankfurt, West Germany
“Lost and Found: The Object Transformed”, Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, NY
“New Works by Gallery Artists”, Sonnabend Gallery, New York, NY
“Words”, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York
1988 “Under Construction; New Photomontage”, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Bloomfield, MI (exh. cat.)
“Collection Sonnabend”, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Capc, Musee d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux; Art Cologne, Germany;  Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, West Germany, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome; Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporary, Trent, Italy; Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo; The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan; The Fukuyama Museum of Art, Hiroshima, Japan; The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
‘A “Drawing” Show’, Cable Gallery, New York, NY
“Three Decades: The Oliver Hoffman Collection”, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
1987 “This is Not a Photograph: Twenty Years of Large Scale Photography, 1966 1986”, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL
“Perverted By Language”, Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, Greenvale, NY
“Romance”, Curated by Ronald Jones, Knight Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
“Selections from X) 1” organized by Saul Ostrow, Damon Brandt Gallery, New York, NY
“Uit het oude Europa”, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland
1986 “Correspondances ‘New York Art Now'”, Laforet Museum Harajuku, Tokyo (December 20, 1985 January 19, 1986) and Tochigi Perfectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, (February 8   March 23)
“Gilbert & George; Gareth Fisher”, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh (May 31   July 5)
“Falls The Shadow 1986 Hayward Annual”, Hayward Gallery, London, England
“Memento Mori”, Centro Cultural/Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico
1985 “Paris Biennale”, Paris
“The 1985 Carnegie International”, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
1984 “Sydney Biennale”, Sydney
“The Critical Eye”, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven
“Artistic Collaboration in the 20th Century”, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
“The Poetry of Vision Rose”, The Guinness Hop Store, Dublin 8
1983 “Photography in Contemporary Art”, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
“Acquisition Priorities”, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
“Trends in Post War American and European Art”, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
“New Art”, The Tate Gallery, London
“Urban Pulsers: The Artist and the City”, Plan for Art, Pittsburg
1982 “Aspects of British Art Today”, Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
“Documenta (7) , Kassel
“Zeitgeist”, Berlin, West Germany
1981 “Westkunst,” Cologne
“16 Bienal De Sao Paulo,” Sao Paulo
“British Sculpture In The Twentieth Century,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
“Project 6: Art Into The 80’s,” Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
“Point de Vue, Images,” Maison de la Culture, Chalon sur Saone
1980 “Gerry Schum,” Museum Boymans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam; Kunstverein, Cologne; The Art Gallery, Vancouver; A Space, Toronto
“Kunst In Europa Na ’68,” Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent
“Explorations In The 70’s,” Pittsburg Plan for Art, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
1979 “Process and Sequence: A Photographic Exhibition,” Roosevelt, New York
“Photography as Art/Art as Photography,” Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck
“Europe In The 70’s,” Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati
“On Walks and Travels,” Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht
“Un Certain Art Anglais,” A.R.C./Musee d’Art Moderne de la ville Paris
“Wahrnehmungen, Aufzeichnungen, Mitteilungen,” Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld
“Hayward Annual,” Hayward Gallery, London
“Gerry Schum,” Stedelijck Museum, Amsterdam
1978 “Europe In The 70’s,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Fort Worth Art Museum, Texas
“Made By Sculptors,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
“Documenta (6), Kassel
“38th Biennale,” Venice
“Door Beeldhouwers Gemaakt,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
1977 “Photography as an Art Form,” John and Marble Ringling Museum of Art, Saratoga, Florida
“Documenta (6), Kassel
“Europe In The 70’s,”The Art Institute of Chicago
1976 “Arte Inglese Oggi,” Palazzo Reale, Milan
“Group Show,” Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh
“The Artist and The Photograph,” Israel Museum, Jerusalem
1975 “Bodyworks,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago “Narrative in Contemporary Art,” University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
1974 “Word Works,” Mt.San Antonio College, Walnut, California
“Medium Photography,” Kunstverein, Hamburg; Kunstverein, Monster
“Kunst Bleibt Kunst,” Kunsthalle, Cologne
“Prospect,” Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf
“A Group Show,” Pa.lais des Beaux Arts, Brussels “Sculpture Now,” Royal College of Art, London
1973 “Critics Choice,” Tooth Gallery, London
“Art as Photography,” Kunstverein, Hannover; The Museum Gallery, Paris
“From Henry Moore to Gilbert & George,” Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels
“11 English Drawers,” Kunsthalle, Baden Baden; Kunsthalle, Bremen
“Contemporanea,” Villa Borghese, Rome
1972 “Documenta (5), Kassel
“The New Art,” Hayward Gallery, London
“Concept Kunst,” Kunstmuseum, Basel
“The Paintings”, Koninkijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp
1971 “Prospect 71 Projection,” Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf
“The Brithis Avant Garde,” Cultural Centre, New York
“Situation/Concept,” Innsbruck
“The Paintings”, Whitchapel Art Gallery, London; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Kunstverein, Dusseldorf
1970 “Information,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York
“18 Paris IV,” 66 Rue Mouffetard, Paris
“Conceptual Art, Arte Povera, Land Art,” Civic Gallery of Modern Art, Turin
“Untitled,” C.A.Y.C., Buenos Aires
“Plans and Projects,” Kunsthalle, Bern
1969 “Conception,” Stadtisches Museum, Leverkusen
“Anniversary”, Frank’s Sandwich Bar, London
“Shit and Cunt”, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
1968 “Three Works – Three Works”, Frank’s Sandwich Bar”, London
“Snow Show”, St. Martin’s School of Art, London
“Bacon 32”, Allied Servies, London
“Christmas Show”, Robert Fraser Gallery, London


2012 “Poster Boys: Q+A with Gilbert and George,” Art in America, May 1
Kelly Crow. “Selling Headlines for Art’s Sake,” The Wall Street Journal, April 27
“London, Darling,” The Economist, March 1
Dan Duray. “Double Truck: Gilbert and George Take New York with Multigallery Show,” The New York Observer, April 30
Mark Brown. “Read All About It: How Gilbert and George Stole the Headlines and Made Art,” The Guardian, March 8
Adrian Hamilton. “Bad News for the Poster Boys,” The Independent, March 12
2010 Huntley, Victoria, ‘Artists Gilbert and George get honorary doctorate’,, 24 November 2010
Jones, Jonathan, ‘Student protest photo reflects Britain’s Dionysian desire’,, 11 November 2010
Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures’,, 9 November 2010
Michiels, Marie, ‘Gilbert et George exposent au Palais des Beaux-Arts’,, 29 October 2010
Morère, Elisa, ‘Gilbert et George à Bruxelles’,, 25 October 2010
Hartvig, Nicolai, ‘The Five Best Booths at FIAC’,, 22 October 2010
Un-authored, ‘Frieze and beyond’,, 14 October 2010
Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures’, Hanje Cantz, Spring 2010, p.38
Campbell, Nancy, ‘A wake for Gordon Burn’, The Times Literary Supplement, 27 January 2010
2009 Cornwell, Tim, ‘Gilbert, George and Warhol hit the high road’, The Scotsman, 3 December 2009
Donald, Caroline, ‘Thanks for the memories’, The Sunday Times, 8 November 2009, p.21
McFadden, Sarah, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’, The Bulletin (Brussels), 17 September 2009, p.21
Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Geslaagde terugkeer van twee iconen’,, 3 September 2009
Un-authored, ‘Lady Blonde’s Essential Art Guide: White Cube, Hoxton Square’, Lady Blonde, No.2, 5 August 2009
Darwent, Charles, ‘Gilbert & George: The Jack Freak Pictures, White Cube, London’, The Independent, 19 July 2009 –
Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: Galleries – Gilbert and George’, Time Out, 16-22 July 2009, p.48
Un-authored, ‘Affairs of the art turn to marriage’, The Independent (Arts and Books), 17 July 2009, p.9
Un-authored, ‘Say hello to the artists’, Hackney Gazette, 16 July 2009, p.20
Un-authored, ‘Critic’s Choice: Galleries’, Time Out, 9-15 July 2009, p.48
Dorment, Richard, ‘Gilbert and George, Jack Freak Pictures, review’,, 13 July 2009
Pill, Steve, ‘Art Review: Gilbert and George – Jack Freak Pictures’, Metro, 13 July 2009, p.23
Un-authored, ‘Los provocadores Gilbert & George se visten con la Union Jack’,, 12 July 2009
Walsh, John, ‘Gilbert and George, a very British act of union’, The Independent Arts & Books, 10 July 2009, pp.4-6
Jones, Jonathan, ‘Gilbert and George: White Cube, London’, The Guardian, 10 July 2009, p.38
Collett-White, Mike and Cindy Martin, ‘Union Jack stars in Gilbert & George ‘freak’ show’,, 9 July 2009
Un-authored, ‘Making us see double’, The London Paper, 7 July 2009, p.14
Roberts, Alison, ‘Gilbert & George the jokers’, Evening Standard, 7 July 2009
Jury, Louise, ‘Gilbert and George in your home’, Evening Standard, 6 July 2009, p.25
van Praagh, Anna, ‘Gilbert and George: ‘Margaret Thatcher did a lot for art’’, The Telegraph, 5 July 2009
Jeffries, Stuart, ‘At home with Gilbert and George’, The Guardian (Arts), 25 June 2009, pp.19-21
Un-authored, ‘Gilbert and George and Louis Vuitton, The FT (Life & Arts), 30-31 May 2009, p.6
Un-authored, ‘The Toilet Gallery 2003’, The Observer (The New Review), 23 May 2010, p.5
Un-authored, ‘Jo is trying to see the wood from the trees’,, 23 February 2009
Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, January 2009, p.60
Un-authored, ‘SMART Cinema/ Film Premiere’, SMART Project Space Newsletter, 30 January 2009
Brown, Mark, ‘Rooms with a view: £125m art collection tours UK’, The Guardian, 23 January 2009, p.13
Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets Party!’, The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.22-26
Un-authored, ‘Unsung Hero, the outsider who scooped the very first Turner prize’, The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009, p.7
Bussel, David, Looking at Display, Images of Contemporary Art in London Galleries (Rachmaninoff’s, London 2009)
Lock, Deborah, Anneka Wahlhaus, Sue Malyan, Lorrie Mack, Elizabeth Haldane, Wendy Horobin and Penny Smith (eds.), Children’s Book of Art  (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
The Future Demands Your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection (British Council 2009); text by Simon Grant
Love, Carrie, Caroline Stamps, Deborah Lock, Ben Morgan, Fleur Star, Joe Harris, Wendy Horobin and Lorrie Mack (eds.), The New Children’s Encyclopedia (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
Tomsen, Stephen, Violence, Prejudice and Sexuality, (Routledge, New York 2009)
BA Rock (Museo D’Arte Contemporanea DonnaRegina, Napoli 2009); texts by Eugenio Viola and Francesca Franco
Malinar, Angelika and Martin Vohler, Un/Reinheit im Kulturvergleich (Wilhelm Fink Verlag, Berlin 2009)
2008 The Art Fund Members’ Guide 2009, Kilkaldy, The Art Fund, 2008
Lambin, Jean-Michel (ed.). Histoire: Tles ES/L/S, Hachette Livre, Paris 2008.
Rowan, Tiddy. A guide to modern + contemporary Art in the city: London, Quadrille, London 2008
2007 Gielen, Denis. Atlas of Contemporary Art for use Everyone, Museum of Contemporary Arts of Grand-Hornu (MAC’s), Boussu 2007
Stout, Katharine and Lizzie Carey-Thomas (Eds). The Turner Prize and British Art, Tate, London 2007
Gisbourne, Mark. Double Act, Prestel Verlag, Munich, Belin, London New York 2007
2006 ‘Gilbert and George exhibition risks wrath of Christians’, Londoner’s Diary Evening Standard, 13 January 2006, p.15
Barnes, Anthony. ‘Naked Romans lead unholy trinity into battle’, The Independent On Sunday, 15 January, p.31
O’Hagan, Sean. ‘Gilbert & George’, The Observer Review, 15 January 2006, pp. 8 –9
Jury, Louise. ‘Gilbert & George ask: ‘Was Jesus heterosexual?’’, The Independent, 20 January 2006, p.3
Hackworth, Nick. ‘Existential hell’, The Evening Standard, 20 January 2006, p.39
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel. ‘A cathedral of all things weird and wonderful’, The Times, 20 January 2006, p.36
Higgins, Charlotte. ‘Gospel of G&G. Artists arouse MP’s fury’, The Guardian, 20 January 2006, p.5
Jardine, Cassandra. ‘At home with art’s oddest couple’, The Telegraph, 21 January 2006, pp.4-5
Street-Porter, Janet. ‘Praise be to Gilbert and George (and let their critics be damned)’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 January 2006, p.10
Glover, Michael. ‘Losing their religion’, The Independent, 23 January 2006, pp.46-47
Güner, Fisun. ‘A devilish dichotomy’, Metro, 23 January 2006, pp.32-33
‘Gilbert and George: was Jesus heterosexual?’, The Art Newspaper, No.165, January 2006, p.4
Crompton, Erica. ‘Is it art or insult?’, ARTS extra, 17 February 2006, p.12-13
Jonquet, François. ‘Gilbert and George – Dos Artistas, una Obra’, Casas and Gente, No. 202, Vol. 21, February 2006, p.45-47
SOR, ‘Gilber & George: Sonofagot Pictures’, Modern Painters, April 2006,p.115
Taylor, Rebecca. ‘Serpentine interview marathon’, Time Out, 2-9 August 2006, p.12-13
Higgins, Charlotte. ‘Tasting TRIUMP: Gilbert and George relish their retrospective at the Tate’, The Guardian, 5September, p.11
Reynolds,Nigel. ‘Tate gives floor space to art’s ‘bother boys’,The Daily Telegraph, 5 September 2006 p.10
2005 Mason, Antony, Sport, Culture and Entertainment. Reader’s Digest, Knowledge Quest. London 2005
‘Hooded’, Metro, 23 May 2005, p.1
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel. ‘Gilbert & George take leaf out of the Zeitgeist’, The Times, 10 June 2005, p.38
Adam, Georgina. ‘The convergence of Venice and Basel’, The Arts Newspaper, July/August 2005, p.30
Hume, Mick. ‘Before irony began’, The Times T2, 3 August 2005, p. 16
Vogel, Carol. ‘Gilbert and George’s Artistic Mischief’, The New York Times, 4 August 2005
Whatmore, Sam. ‘SUITS IN SYNC’, Good For Nothing, September 2005, p.42
Comer, Stuart. ‘London’, Artforum, December 2005, p.227-229
‘Review of the Year’, The Daily Telegraph, December 2005, p.12-13
2003 Ottoman, Klaus, Pamela Auchincloss. Social Strategies; Redefining Social Realism, University Art Museum, University of California
Hwa Joo, Yeon, British Contemporary 28 October – 31 January 2004, Arario Gallery, Korea, 2003
2002 Anthony, Andrew. “Artful codgers”, The Observer Magazine, 5 May 2002,                                             pp14-18
2001 Ebony, David. “”Gilbert & George at White Cube² “, Art in America, 2001
Davies. “Gilbert & George : Living Sculptures”, Npóσwna, 22 September 2001, No. 21
Vlahou, Maria. “Gilbert & George”, Ozon, 2001
Livingstone, Marco. “London Gilbert & George”, The Burlington Magazine, August 2001
“Holly Johnson goes to Hoxton to get horny”, New Statesman, 18 June 2001
Silver, James. “A Couple Of Cards”, The Scotsman S2, 16 June 2001
Darwent, Charles. “How to read late period G&G”, The Independent On Sunday, 3 June 2001
Falconer, Morgan. “The art of perversity”, Ham & Hampstead & Highgate, 1 June 2001
Cork, Richard. “Porn? Suits you, sirs”, The Times, 29 May 2001
Bracewell, Michael. “Like what you see? Then call Gilbert & George (they’re in the phone book)”, The Independent on Sunday, 27 May 2001
Blake, Veronica. “Double Trouble Gilbert & George: Growing Old Disgracefully”, The Independent Magazine, 19 May 2001
Marlow, Tim. “Gilbert & George”, The Tate Interview, 16 November 2001
Obrist, Hans Ulrich; Jahn, Wolf: “Gilbert & George,” Fondation pour l’Art Contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Saloman, Château d’Arenthon, Alex (Annecy)
2000 Muchnic, Suzanne.  “Collaboration at Rare and Rarefied Levels”, Los Angeles Times, Feb.
Knight, Christopher.  “Art Review: Conceptual art of ‘Gilbert & George: The Rudimentatry Pictures’ is full of wit, pathos, sweet provocation and oddity”, Los Angeles Times, Feb.
1999 Cortés, José Miguel G.; Foix, Vincente Molina; Jahn, Wolf:  “Gilbert & George 1986-1997,” Generalitat Valencia
Sylvester, David; Bracewell, Michael: “Gilbert & George: The Rudimentary Pictures,” Milton Keynes Gallery, Gagosian Gallery
Farson, Daniel: “Gilbert & George A Portrait,” HarperCollinsPublishers, London
1997 Dyson, Dominic.  “Gilbert & George.” Index, Sept./Oct., pp. 44-52.
Kramer, Hilton.  “Odious Gilbert & George, Now Stinking Up Soho.” The New York Observer, May.
Scott, Whitney.  “Twin Peeks, In the Gallery.” The New York Post, May, pp.26-27.
Smith, Roberta.  “Gilbert & George.” The New York Times, May, p.C24.
1995 Thiel, Wolf-Gunter.  “Gilbert & George:  Jablonka.” Flash Art International, Jan./Feb., Vol. XXVII, No. 180, pp. 99-100.
Bickers, Patricia.  “La Sculpture britannique:  generations et tradition.” Artpress, May, No. 202, pp. 31-39.
1994 Macritchie, Lynn.  “Report from Beijing:  Precarious Paths on the Mainland.” Art in America, March, no. 8, pp. 51-57.
Codognato, Mario.  “Collection:  Attilio Codognato.” Galeries, Spring, No. 59, pp. 90-97.
Gimelson, Deborah.  “It’s a Wonderful Life.” ArtNews, Summer, Vol. 93, No. 6, pp. 170-172.
Dannatt, Adrian.  “Gilbert & George:  We Do Pictures.” Flash Art, October, Vol. XXVII, no. 178, pp. 63-67.
1993 MacRitchie, Lynn.  “Odd couple comes home.” The Financial Times, Jan 31, p. XVII.
Corris, Michael.  “Gilbert & George:  Anthony d’Offay.” Artforum, Feb. XXXI, pp. 111-112.
Jones, Gareth.  “Gilbert & George:  The Cosmological Pictures.” Frieze Magazine, Issue 10, May, p. 51.
…”How to Hold A Conversation With Living Sculptures.” The New York Times, July 18, Sect. p. 27.
…”Gilbert & George in China.” Flash Art News, Oct., Vol. XXVI, No. 172, p. 49.
1992 Goldberg, RoseLee.  “Gilbert & George:  Sonnabend Gallery.” Artforum, Jan. pp. 103-104.
Adams, Brooks.  “Gilbert & George at Sonnabend.” Art in America, Feb. pp. 110-111.
Pincus-Witten, Robert.  “Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.” Tema Celeste (Italian Edition), Jan./Mar. pp. 62-65.
Jordan, Betty Ann.  “After its…” Canadian Art, Spring, p. 22.
Doswald, Christoph.  “Gilbert & George.” Kunstforum International, Bd. 117, pp. 388-389.
Hagen, Charles.  “2 Goals in One Show:  Diversity and Unity.” The New York Times, May 29, p. C28.
1991 Cullinan, Helen.  “Partnering for artsy mimickry.” The Plain Dealer, Feb. 23.
Cora, Bruno.  “Christian Stein.” Galeries Magazine, Apr./May, pp. 112-119.
Messler, Norbert.  “Berlin:  ‘Metropolis’.” Artforum, Summer, pp. 101-103.
Taylor, Paul.  “Soho’s Avant-Guardian.” Connoisseur, Sept.Pedersen, Victoria.  “Gallery go ’round.” Paper Magazine (Best of Guide), Sept. p. 25.
Kohen, Helen, L.  “Team Work showcases the art of collaboration.”  The Miami Herald, Sunday, Sept. 15.
Smith, Roberta.  “Gilbert and George 20 Years Later.” The New York Times, Sept. 27,  p. C28.
Larson, Kay.  “The Twilight Zone.” New York Magazine, Oct. 14, pp. 71+72.
Hagen, Charles.  “Bolstering Narrative Qualities with Whimsy.” The New York Times, Oct. 16, p. C32.
Coen, Ester.  “Gilbert & George, un milione di foto.” La Repubblica, Oct. 20.
Mahoney, Robert.  “Gilbert & George at Sonnabend.” Arts Magazine, Dec. pp. 76+77.
Cottingham, Laura.  “Gilbert & George, Sonnabend.” Flash Art, Nov./Dec. p. 129.
“Guilt and George.” Artscribe International. Nov./Dec. p. 11.
MacAdam, Barbara, A.  “The Singing Sculpture.” Artnews, Dec. p. 17.
1990 Greig, Geordie.  “Opening a window on Western art.” The Sunday Times, March 11.
Wilson, Andrew.  “We always say it is what we ‘say’ that is important.” Art Monthly, Apr. pp.6 13.
Murdin, Lynda.  “The Art of Being Gilbert and George.” Airport, pp. 22+23.
Farson, Daniel.  “Making an exhibition of them¬selves.” The Telegraph, April 29.
B.G. “No love for the Black Shirt Marxists.” The Daily Telegraph, April 30.
Wechsler, Max.  “Gilbert & George.” Kunstforum, Apr./May. pp. 150-155.
Miller, John.  “The Weather is here: Wish You Were Beautiful.” Artforum, May, pp. 152 159.
Ratcliff, Carter.  “Artful Poses.” Elle, June, p. 125.
Smith, Roberta.  “From Humble Postcard To the Cosmological.” The New York Times, Fri. June 1, p. C22.
Coleman, A.D. “Soho Gets New Installment of British Buddy Photos, The New York Observer, June 18.
Sewell, Brian.  “Postcard posers.” Evening Standard, Nov. 1,  p. 25.
Raynor, Vivian.  “A Provocative Look at Collaborations.” The New York Times, Sunday, Nov. 25.
1989 Kramer, Miriam.  “More Aid for Aids.” Art & Auction, May, pgs. 86+88.
MacMinn, Aleene.  “Art.” The Los Angeles Times, Friday, Oct. 27.
Rosenblum, Robert.  “Gilbert & George: The Aids Pictures.” Art in America, Nov. pp. 153 156.
1988 Scruton, Roger. “Deastly Bad Taste.” Modern Painters, Spring.
Davvetas, Demosthenes.  “Gilbert & George.” Vogue Decoration, May.
Whitaker, Andrea.  “Gilbert & George, Die Zwillinge Im Geiste.” Pan Magazine, May.
“Gilbert & George.” Six, by Comme des Garcons, August.
Vogel, Sabine, B. “Kunstler filme.” Wolkenkratzer Art Journal, July/August/ p. 9.
1987 Russell, John.  “Art: The Huge Images of Gilbert & George.” The New York Times, Friday, June 5, 1987, p. C24.
Levin, Kim. “Review of Sonnabend Show.” The Village Voice, Tuesday June 9, p. 84.
Hughes Hallett, Lucy.  “Studies in still life.” The London Evening Standard, July 2, 1987, p. 26.
Feaver, William.  “Art: Gilbert & George; Documenta 8.” Vogue Notices, Vogue, July 1987.
Dialogue with Gilbert & George, “The Odd Couple.” Observer, 28 June, 1987, p. 33 37.
Roberts, John.  “Gilbert & George: Beyound the Arches.” Artscribe, November/December 1987, pp. 34 35.
Kent, Sarah. “Missionary Position.” Time Out, July 8 15, 1987, pp. 4, 16 17.
Tyler, Betty.  “Gilbert & George in Rigdefield.” The  Sunday Post, Nov. 8, 1987. pp. Dl+D6.
Zimmer, William.  “In Ridgefield, a Collection  of the New and the Notorious.” The New York Times, Nov. 15, 1987, p. 40.
Allthorpe Guton, Marjorie.  “Spotlight: Gilbert & George.” Flash Art, Nov. p. 98.
Shelley, James.  “Declarations.” Westuff/ Autumri.  Bevant Roger.  “The Literature of Gilbert & George.” Apollo, Nov.
Thomas, Denis.  “Double Top for Gilbert & George.” EEC Europe, Nov.
1986 Wallace & Donahue, “The Fear of Gilbert & George”, Art & Text, February April.
Wechsler, Max.  Artforum, Review, Kunsthalle, Basel, December 1986, pp. 127, 128.
Nickas, Robert.  “Perverted By Language”, Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, C.W.Post Campus, Greenvale, NY, (catalog)
1985 Salerno, Giovanni, Battista. “Gilbert, George, Samuel Beckett.” Flash Art, No. 125, March.
Breson, Michael. “Art: Gilbert and George, Duo who Work as Solo.” The New York Times, Friday, 26 April.
McGill, Douglas, C.  “Art View: Two Artists who Probe the Meaning of Life.” The New York Times, 5 May.
Lamoree, Jhim. “Kunst: Het Seksuele Mysterie Als Heilige Mis.” Haage Post, 11 May.
Larson, Kay.  (Review   The Guggenheim Museum), New York Magazine, May 20.
Indiana, Gary. “The Dark Side of Gilbert and George.” Village Voice, June 4.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Gilbert and George.” (Review   Sonnabend Gallery), Artnews, October, p. 127.
1984 Scarupa, Henry.  “Gilbert and George Merge Creativity to Produce Singular  Art.” The Baltimore Sun, February 19.
Dorsey, John.  “Gilbert and George: Two Artists of a Single Mind.” Sun Magazine: The Baltimore Sun, February 19, p. 8 .
Russel, John. “Art View: London Viewed as a Landscape of Loss.” The New York Times, 4 March.
Macritchie, Lynn. “The Believing World of Gilbert and George.” Interview, Performance Magazine, April/May.
“English Art Team Drawn into All American Scene”, Houston Chronicle, p. 4, sec. 6, Thursday, 28 June.
Wilson, Mike. “Exhibit Sure to Elicit Emotions of Love, Hate, Art Director Says.”  The Miami Herald, Sunday, 2 September.
Scwan, Gary. “Norton to Host Major Art Exhibit.” The Post, 9 September.
Wilson, Mike. “Gallery ‘Gutted’ for Photo Murals by British Artists.” The Miami Herald, 19 September.
“Gilbert and George Photo Exhibition to Open at Norton.” Entertainment Condo News, September 26.
“Exhibition Features Gilbert and George.” The Lake Worth Herald September 20.
“A Major Exhibition at Norton Gallery: Gilbert and George.” The Palm Beacher, Wednesday, September 26.
“Hauntingly Untraditional’ Describes Norton Exhibit.” Palm Beach Daily News, Wednesday, September 26.
Calhoun, Charles. “An Artistic Obsession with Narrative Tradition.” The Palm Beach Daily News, Saturday, 29 Sept.
Wright, Carol. “‘Gilbert and George’ Duo Wants Their Artwork to Change Society.” The Palm Beach Daily News, Saturday, 29 September.
White, Jackie.  “Cookie Monster Visits Museum.” News/Sun Sentinel, Bulletin Board, Saturday, 29 September.
Scwan, Gary. “Gilbert and George.” (Review), The Post, Sunday, 30 September.
Donnelly, Shannon.  “Art Leaves Impact Everyone’s Talking about Gilbert and George.” The Palm Beach Daily News, Monday, 1 October.
Csonka, Ariane. “Gilbert and George They’ll Give You Something to Talk About.” The Evening Times, Monday, 1 October.
“Gilbert and George at the Norton Gallery of Art”, The Palm Beacher, Wednesday, 3 October.
Tuby, Heidi, S. “Contemporary Artists offer Stimulating Work.” The News, Thursday, 4 October.
Kohen, Helen, L. “Two People, One Artist.” The Miami Herald, Sunday, 7 October.
Kurtis, Arlene.  “Gilbert and George: Their Art Provokes Reflection.” Palm Beach Jewish World, October 12 18.
“Norton Reception Previews Gilbert and George Exhibition.” Palm Beach Chronicle, October 12 18.
“A Major Exhibition at Norton Gallery: Gilbert and George.” Travel Host, October 21.
Scwan, Gary. “Curator Overwhelmed by Art Duo from England.” The Post, Saturday, October 27.
Schwan, Gary. “Exhibit Mending Art Gap.” The New York Post, November 25.
1983 “Hunger & Thirst issue.” Zien Magazine, Winter.
Cooper, Emanuel. “Gilbert and George, Authoritarian Fascists or Missionaries of Our Time?” Gay News, February 17.
Frey, Patrick. “Gilbert & George in der Fremdheit ihrer Welt.” published in Jahresbericht des Basler Kunstvereins, Kunsthalle Basel 1982, February.
Smith, Roberta. “Gilbert & George’s Modern Faith.” Village Voice, May 17.
Becker, Robert. “Art: London’s living sculpture, Gilbert & George.” Interview, August.
Cornand, Brigitte. “Portrait:Gilbert & Georges, Allegories en chrome.” Beaux Arts, September.
Vespa.  “Gilbert & George.” Gai Pied, October 1.
1982 Moravia, Alberto. “Ma che belle statuine.” L’Espresso, January 1.
McEwen, John. “Facades.” Spectator, January 30.
Kent, Sarah. “Blood hard slaves of beauty.” Time Out, April 9 15.
Hyde, Phil. “The World of Gilbert & George.” Performance Magazine, March.
McEwen, John. “Life and Times:Gilbert & George.” Art in America, May, pp. 128 135.
Tsuzuki, Kyoichi.  “Introduction to the World of Gilbert and George.” Brutus, Architectural Stylebook, June 1.
Van Pelt, Hilde.  “Gilbert & George.” Gewad, December.
…”Gilbert & George in Gewad.” De Standaard, December 12.
1981 Ratcliff, Carter. “Gilbert & George and modern life.” Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980 (exhibition catalogue), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
Castel, Ted.  “Gilbert & George arrive beyond alcohol and sex.” Art Montly, November.
Beks, Maartin. “Gilbert en George enorm beeldverhaal.” Eindhovens Daglad, December 6.
Zumbrink, Jan. “Het leven zelf als kunstvorm.” Haarlems Daglad, December 11.
1980 Ratcliff, Carter. “Gilbert & George and modern life.” Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980 (exhibition catalogue), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
Castel, Ted.  “Gilbert & George arrive beyond alcohol and sex.” Art Montly, November.
Beks, Maartin. “Gilbert en George enorm beeldverhaal.” Eindhovens Daglad, December 6.
Zumbrink, Jan. “Het leven zelf als kunstvorm.” Haarlems Daglad, December 11.
1979 Heyting, Lien.  “Wij poetsen elke ochtend onze schoenen.” N.R.C. Handelsblad, December 7.
1978 Lorber, Richard. “Gilbert & George,” ArtForum, May, pp. 59 60.
Kousbroek, Rudy. “De bedrogen verbeelding,” N.R.C.Handelsblad, March 3.
Ratcliff, Carter. “Down and Out with Gilbert & George.” Art in America, May/June, pp. 92 93.
1977 Lucie Smith, Edward. “Ever so Nice.” Art & Artists, March, pp. 27 29.
Zumbrink, Jan. “Beeldhouwen met het eigen lichaam.” De Ni euwe Linie, March 30.
Walker, Dorothy. “Marshmallow Aesthetes.” Hibernia, February 4.
van Garrel, Betty.  “Last ons hopen dat kunst war is.” Holland Diep, March, pp. 46 47.
Fuchs, R.H. “Gilbert & George, Dark Shadow.” Art Monthly, April.
Piller, Mickey. “Wij noemen alles wat we doen skuptuur,’ Haage Post, April 9.
1976 Ratcliff, Carter. “The Art and Artlessness of Gilbert & George.” Arts Magazine, January, pp. 54 57.
Haden Guest, Anthony.  “The Red Sculpture.” Paris Review, Winter.
Roberts, Michael. “The Art of Living.” Sunday Times, February 22.
Morris, Lynda.  “Gilbert & George.” The Listener, May 22.
Feaver, William.  “Mental ‘images’.” The Observer, May 30.
Lowe, Shirley. “Gilbert & George & Us.” Over 21 Magazine, 1975.
Bologna, Ferdinando. “Gilbert & George.” Il Mattino, May 13.
1974 Collins, James. Artforum, February.
Elwyn, Lynn.  “Gilbert & George.” Art International, March 20.
Trini, Tomaso. “Gilbert & George the Human Sculptors.” Data, Summer 1974, pp. 20 27.
Novak, Robert. “Singing Monuments.” Farrago Literary Supplement, September 7.
Gordons, Gay. Times Literary Supplement,, June 21.
Norris, Linda. “Gilbert & George.” Studio International, July/August, pp. 49 50.
1973 Hector, Chris. “They keep stiff for hours.” Nation Review, August 31.
Brook, Donald.  “Blur between art & life.” Nation Review, August 31.
Baudson, Michael.”Gilbert & George”, Cles pour les arts, October, p. 13.
Schuldt. “L’Angelus de Milo.” Art Vivant, December, pp. 9 11.
Blotkamp, Carel. “Gilbert & George:on Cooperation, on (cont.) Tradition.” Album Amicorum J.G. van Gelder, The Hague, Niihoff, pp. 42 46
Lea, Vergine. “The Case of Gilbert & George.” Contemporanea, June.
Thomas, Daniel. “Still Life on a Table.” Sydney Morning, Herald, August 16.
Adams, Bruce. “Gilbert & George for High Tea.” Sunday Telegraph, (Sidney), August 26.
Nicklin, Leonore.  “And here Come the Living Sculpture.” Sidney Morning Herald, August 14.
Davis, Douglas. “Living Statues.” Newsweek, December 3.
1972 Zec, Donald. “The Odd Couple”, Daily Mirror, September 5.
Seymour, Anne. “An Interview.” The New Art, (exhibition catalogue), Hayward Gallery/Arts Council, London, pp. 92 95.
Cork, Richard. “It’s G & G, always the life & Soul of the Party.” Evening Standard, July 22.
Buhlmann, Karl.  “Selbtsdarstellung als Bildsprache.” Luzerner Neueste Nachrichte, May 25.
Tisdall, Caroline. “The greatest two men vaudeville act in the art galleries.” The Guardian, November 30.
Cork, Richard. “Make mine a double sculpture”, Evening Standard, December 1
Peter Weiermair, “Gilbert stammt aus dem Grodental.” Tiroler Tageszeitung, January 15
Germano Celant, “Gilbert & George.” Domus, March, pp. 50 53
1971 Micheline van Lier Lottefier, Cles pour les Arts, April, Bruxelles
Francis Wyndham, “Gilbert & George.” Sunday Times, January 10
Andrew Forge, “The Paintings of John Hoyland & the Sculpture of Gilbert & George.” The Listener, July 22
John Perreault, “Nothing Breathtaking will occur here but….” Village Voice, October 7
“Gilbert & George.” The New Yorker, October 9
Barbara Reise, “Presenting Gilbert & George.” Art News, November, pp. 62 65
Betty van Garrel, “Kunst als een vorm van leven.” Haages Post,” November 10,.pp. 88 91
Richard Cork, “This is a Photograph of Gilbert and George, Artists.  It is also Something Else Again.” Evening Standard, Thursday, December 9
1970 Caroline Tisdall, “Gilbert and George.” The Guardian, November 20
“Singende Skulptur Gluckliche Hauer.” Der Spiegel, vol. 24, no. 45
Carel Blotkamp, “Der werken van Gilbert & George, soms in levende lijve.” Vrij Nederland, June 13
1969 Ger van Elk, “We would honestly like to say how happy we are to be Sculptors.” Museumjournaal, October, pp. 248 249



2011 Obrist, Hans Ulrich, Inigo Philbrick, Gilbert & George: Art Titles, 1967-2010 in Alphabetical Order (Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, 2011)
2009 Bracewell, Michael, The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George (DelMonico Books, Prestel, 2009)
Bracewell, Michael, Jack Freak Pictures (Hatje Cantz Books, Germany, 2009)
2008 Bacon, Julie (Ed), Arkive City, Belfast, Interface/University of Ulster, 2008
Hulshoff, Rixt and Maaike Staffhorst, Stedelijk Museum: Erste hulp bij schilderijen, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2008
2006 Fuchs, Rudi, The Complete Pictures (Tate Publishing, London 2006)
Bracewell, Michael, SONOFAGODPICTURES Was Jesus Heterosexual? (White Cube, London 2006)
2005 Birnbaum, Daniel and Michael Bracewell, Gilbert & George: Ginkgo Pictures – Venice Biennale 2005 (British Council, London 2005)
2004 Jahn, Wolf, Gilbert & George (Kunstler Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, WB Verlag, Munich 2004)
Bracewell, Michael,Perversive Pictures 2004 (Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York 2004)
Prenzler, Anne, Eric Troncy and Lóránd Hegyi, Twenty London East One Pictures (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne Metropole and Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover 2004)
Jonquet, François,Gilbert & George: Intimate conversations with François Jonquet, (Phaidon Press Limited, London 2004)
Dutt, Robin, Gilbert & George (Philip Wilson Publishers, London 2004)
Rosenblum, Robert, Introducing Gilbert & George (Thames & Hudson, London 2004)
2002 Gilbert & George An Exhibition, Kunsthaus Bregenz 2002
D’Argenzio, Mirta. A Arte De Gilbert & George, Lisbon 2002
Bracewell, Michael. Gilbert & George Nine Dark Pictures, Portikus Frankfurt 23 March- 28 April 2002
Gilbert & George: The Dirty Words Pictures(Serpentine Gallery, London 2002)
2001 Gilbert & George New Horny Pictures White Cube², London 2001
The World of Gilbert & George(Enitharmon Press, London 2001)
2000 Gilbert & George New Horny Pictures White Cube², London 2001
Gilbert & George: The Rudimentary Pictures (Milton Keynes Gallery, UK)
1999 Farson, Daniel. Gilbert & George: A Portrait, 1999
Gilbert & George (1986 – 1997), Generalitat Valenciana, 1999
1998 Gilbert and George: New Testamental Pictures, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 1998
Gilbert & George: New Testamental Pictures, Museo di Capodimonte, Napoli 1998
1997 Rosenblum, Robert. Gilbert & George – The Fundamental Pictures, Sonnabend Gallery and Lehman Maupin Gallery, New York 1997
Gilbert and George – Art for All 1971-1996, Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo 1997
Gilbert & George – Konst, Magasin 3, Stockholm 1997
Gilbert & George, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997
The Words of Gilbert & George with Portraits of the Artists from 1968 to 1997, Thames and Hudson, 1997
1996 Gilbert & George, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna 1996
1995 Buser, Thomas.  Experiencing Art Around Us.   West Publishing Company,St. Paul, Minnesota
1994 Jahn, Wolf.  Gilbert & George.  Museo d’Arte Moderna, Citta’ di Lugano, Switzerland
1993 Photoplay, Works from The Chase Mahattan Collection, Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL; Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico; Centro Cultural Consolidado, Caracas, Venezuela; MASP/Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile
1992 Kold, Anders.  Andrew Wilson and Lars Morell.   Gilbert & George:  New Democratic Pictures, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Arhus, Denmark
1991 Janh, Wolf.  Monarchy as Democracy.
Farson, Daniel.  With Gilbert & George in Moscow.  Published by Bloomsbury, London
Fuchs, Rudi.  The Cosmological Pictures,  The Maszachuba Foundation, Krakow.
Wheeler, Daniel.  Art Since Mid-Century:  1945 to the Present, The Vendome Press, New York.
1990 Wolf, Jahn. The Art of Gilbert & George. Thames and Hudson, London, Great Britain.
Gilbert & George.  For Aids Exhibition. Published by Anthony d’Offay, London, Great Britain.
1989 Wolf, Jahn. The Art of Gilbert & George. Thames and Hudson, London, Great Britain.
Gilbert & George.  For Aids Exhibition. Published by Anthony d’Offay, London, Great Britain.
1988 Buttner, Werner, Diego Cortez, Wolf Jahn.  Gilbert & George. Published by Ascan Crone, Hamburg, Germany.
1986 Gilbert & George, The Complete Pictures 1971-¬1985, CAPC, Musee d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland;  Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium;  Palacio de Velazquez, Parque del Retiro, Madrid, Spain; Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Geramny; Hayward Gallery, London, Great Britain
Davvetas, Demosthenes.  The Charcoal on Paper Sculptures 1970 1974.  Published by CAPC/Bordeaux, France.
Jahn, Wolf.  The Paintings 1971.  Published by the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
1985 Fuchs, Rudi.  Death Hope Life Fear.  Published by Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy.
1984 Richardson, Brenda.  Gilbert & George.  Published by the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
1980 Ratcliff, Carter.  Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980.  Published by the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Germany.
1977 Gilbert & George.  Published by Taxispalais Gallery, Innsbruck, Austria.
1976 Greenwood, Nigel.  Dark Shadow. (signed edition 2,000), published by Nigel Greenwood, London, Great Britain
1973 Catalogue For Their Australian Visit.   Published by John Kaldor, Sydney
1972 The Grand Old Duke Of York.  Published by Kunstmuseum, Lucerne, Switzerland.
1971 The Paintings.   Published by Kunstverein Dusseldorf, Germany.
Side by Side.   Published by Konig Bros., Dusseldorf (edition of 600)
A Day in the Life of Gilbert and George. Published by Gilbert & George, London (edition of 1000)
1970 The Pencil on Paper Descriptive Works (edition 500). Published by Gilbert & George, London, Great Britain.
Art Notes And Thoughts.   Published by Gilbert & George, London, Germany.
To Be With Art Is All We Ask (edition 300).  Published by Gilbert & George, London, Great Britain
A Guide To The Singing Sculpture.   Published by Gilbert & George, London, Great Britain.


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


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


The Nature Of Our Looking (edition 4), 1970
Gordon’s Makes Us Drunk (edition 25), 1972
In The Bush (edition 25), 1972
Portrait Of The Artists As Young Men (edition 25), 1972
The World of Gilbert & George Produced by Philip Haas for the Arts Council of Great Britain, 1981


The Red Sculpture 1975
Gilbert & George, The Singing Sculpture, Produced and directed by Philip Haas for Sonnabend/Methodact, 1991
Gilbert and George: Daytripping Produced and Directed by Ian McDonald, Anglia Television 1992
Gilbert & George , The South Bank Show 1997


1969 Our New Sculpture, St Martin’s School of Art, London 1969
Reading from a Stick, Geffrye Museum, London 1969
Our New Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London 1969
Our New Sculpture, Camberwell School of Art, London 1969
Underneath the Arches, Slade School of Fine Art, 1969
Sculpture in the 60’s, Royal College of Art (with Bruce McLean), London 1969
In The Underworld, St Martin’s School of Art (with Bruce McLean), London 1969
Impresarios Of The Art World, Hanover Grand Preview Theatre (with Bruce McLean), London 1969
Meeting Sculptures , various locations, London 1969
The Meal Ripley (with David Hockney), Bromley, Kent 1969
Metalised Heads , Studio International Office, London 1969
Telling A Story, London 1969
The Singing Sculpture, National Jazz & Blues Festival, London 1969
A Living Sculpture at the opening of ‘When Attitudes Become Form’, ICA, London 1969
Underneath the Arches , Cable Street, London 1969
Posing The Stairs , Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1969
1970 3 Living Pieces, BBC Studios, Bristol 1970
Lecture Sculpture, Oxford Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 1970
Lecture Sculpture, Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds 1970
Underneath The Arches, Kuntsthalle, Dusseldorf 1970
Underneath The Arches, Kunstverein, Hannover 1970
Underneath The Arches, Block Gallery Forum Theatre, Berlin 1970
Posing Piece, Art & Project, Amsterdam 1970
Posing Piece, Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf 1970
Underneath The Arches, Kunstverein, Recklinghausen 1970
Underneath The Arches, Heiner Friedrich Gallery, Munich 1970
Underneath The Arches , Kunstverein, Nuremberg 1970
Underneath The Arches , Wurttembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart 1970
Underneath The Arches , Museum of Modern Art, Turin 1970
Underneath The Arches , Sonja Henie Niels Onstad Foundation, Oslo 1970
Underneath The Arches , Stadsbiblioteket lyngby, Copenhagen 1970
Standing Sculpture, Folker Skulima Gallery, Berlin 1970
Underneath The Arches , Gegenverkehr, Aachen 1970
Underneath The Arches , Heiner Friedrich Gallery, Cologne 1970
Underneath The Arches , Kunstverein, Krefeld 1970
Underneath The Arches , Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London 1970
1972 Underneath The Arches, National Gallery of Victoria, John Kaldor Project, Sydney 1973
Underneath The Arches, National Gallery of Victoria, John Kaldor Project, Melbourne 1973
1971 Underneath The Arches, Show Room du Garden Stores Louise, Brussels 1971
Underneath The Arches, BBC play ‘The Cowshed’, London 1971
Underneath The Arches, Sonnabend Gallery, New York 1971
1972 Underneath The Arches, Kuntsmuseum, Lucerne 1972
Underneath The Arches, L’Attico Gallery, Rome 1972
1973 Underneath The Arches, National Gallery of Victoria, John Kaldor Project, Sydney 1973
Underneath The Arches, National Gallery of Victoria, John Kaldor Project, Melbourne 1973
1975 Shao Lin Martial Arts (Film Presentation), Collegiate Theatre, London 1975
The Red Sculpture, Art Agency, Tokyo 1975
1976 The Red Sculpture, Sonnabend Gallery, New York 1976
The Red Sculpture, Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf 1976
The Red Sculpture, Lucio Amelio Gallery, Naples 1976
1977 The Red Sculpture, Sperone Gallery, Rome 1977
The Red Sculpture, Robert Self Gallery, London 1977
The Red Sculpture, Art Fair, Sperone Fischer, Basel 1977
The Red Sculpture, MTL Gallery, Brussels 1977
The Red Sculpture, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent 1977
The Red Sculpture Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 1977
1991 The Singing Sculpture, Sonnabend Gallery, New York