Gilbert & George

Gilbert & George

Gilbert, born in the Italian Dolomites in 1943, and George, born in Devon, England in 1942, both art students, meet in 1967 at St Martin’s School of Art in London. In 1969, they create their first “singing and living sculptures”, making themselves both subjects and objects of their works in a perfect fusion of their art and their everyday life. Gilbert & George then start to appear as “living sculptures” in museums and galleries. In 1970, during a renowned presentation, they sang and moved along Flanagan & Allen’s song Underneath the Arches for hours. The pictures dating from 1971 are the first grid-arrangements, which would henceforth become their formal signature. In 1980, their iconography becomes more complex containing endless levels of meanings from symbolic and allegorical to the most unbridled eroticism, to the religious, political and personal.
Gilbert & George have worked as "one artist" for over 40 years, representing both the subject and the object of their work.



Lifetime Achievement Award, New Museum, New York



Honorary Degree in Philosophy, London Metropolitan University, London



Gilbert & George, British Pavilion at Venice Biennale, 51st International Art Exhibition, Venice



Winner of the Turner Prize



Shortlisted for Turner Prize

Solo exhibitions


Gilbert & George: SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for Belfast, Metropolitan Arts Centre (The MAC), Belfast, Northern Ireland



Gilbert & George: The Beard Pictures, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin, France

Gilbert & George: Drinking Pieces & Video Sculpture 1972-73, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, UK

Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures for Budapest, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary



Gilbert & George: The Early Years, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, USA.

26 New Utopian Pictures, Arndt, Gillman Barracks, Singapore.

The Banners, White Cube Bermondsey, London, UK.

The Art Exhibition, Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), Tasmania, Australia.



“Gilbert & George: Scapegoat Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris Pantin

“Gilbert & George: Scapegoat Pictures”, White Cube, London

“Gilbert & George: Video Sculptures 1972-1981”, Lehman Maupin, New York

“Gilbert & George Art Exhibition”, Nouveau Musée National Monaco, Villa Paloma, Monaco

“Gilbert & George: Artist Rooms”, Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery Exeter, Devon



“London Pictures”, Casal Solleric, Palma

“London Pictures”, MKM, Duisburg, Germany



“London Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

“London Pictures”, White Cube, London

“London Pictures”, Arndt, Berlin

“London Pictures”, The Bernier / Eliades Gallery, Athens

“Gilbert and George : London Pictures” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY 

Galerie Baronian-Francey, Brüssel 



“The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George”, Ivory Press, Madrid

“The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

“The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George”, White Cube, London



“Jack Freak Pictures”, touring exhibition to: CAC Malaga, Spain; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium; Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany; Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria; Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk, Poland



“Jack Freak Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

“Jack Freak Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg



“Retrospective”, Tate Modern, London



British Pavillon – Biennale, Venice



“20 London E1 Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris.



“The Dirty Words Pictures,” Serpentine Gallery, London

“The Art of Gilbert & George,” Fundação Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, Portugal



“Gilbert & George,” Chateau d’Arenthon Fondation pour l’Art Contemporain, Alex(Annency)

“The Art of Gilbert and George,’ The Factory, Athens School of Art



“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



“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)

“Gilbert & George 1991-1997”, Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast

“Nineteen Ninety Nine”, 1999, Kunstmuseum, Bonn



“New Testamental Pictures”, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples



"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



"Gilbert & George", Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy



"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



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



"China Exhibition 1993", National Art Gallery, Peking; The Art Museum, Shanghai, China



"New Democratic Pictures", Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Arhus, Denmark

"New Democratic Pictures", Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London



"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



"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



"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



Ascan Crone Gallery, Hamburg, West Germany



"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



"Gilbert & Geocge, The Complete Pictures 1971-1985", CAPC

Musee d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, Kunsthalle, Basel, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels



"Gilbert & George", Milwaukee Art Museum; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

"New Moral Works", Sonnabend Gallery, New York



"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



"Modern Faith", Sonnabend Gallery, New York

"Photo-Pieces 1980-82", David Bellman Gallery, Toronto

"New Works", Crousel-Hussenot Gallery, Paris



"New Photo-Pieces," Gewad Ghent

"Crusade," Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London



"Photo-Pieces 1971-80," (Retrospective) Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf; Kunsthalle, Bern; Centre National d'Art et de culture Georges Pompidou, Paris; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London



"Photo-Pieces 1980-81," Chantal Crousel Gallery, Paris



"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



"Photo-Pieces," Dartington Hall Gallery, Dartington Hall

"New Photo-Pieces," Sonnabend Gallery, New York; Art Agency, Tokyo



"Red Morning," Sperone Fischer Gallery, Basel

"New Photo-Pieces," Art & Project Gallery, Amsterdam; Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf


"The General Jungle," Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo

"Dead Boards," Sonnabend Gallery, New York

"Mental," Robert Self Gallery, London; Robert Self Gallery, Newcastle



"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



"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



"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



"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



"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



"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



"Anniversary," Frank's Sandwich Bar, London

"Shit and Cunt," Robert Fraser Gallery, London

Group exhibitions


“Lens-Based Sculpture: The Transformation of Sculpture through Photography”, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein

“Tea with Nefertiti”, Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst, Munich

“Somewhat Abstract: Selection from the Arts Council Collection”, Nottingham Contemporary

“69/96”, Alte Fabrik, Rapperswil-Jona



“Palindrome”, ARNDT, Berlin

“As if it Could, ouverture, Works and Documents from the Herbert Foundation”, Herbert Foundation, Ghent

“Glam! The Performance of Style”, Tate, Liverpool; Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt

“Tea with Nefertiti”, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris

“La Sentinelle. Conversation, dédicaces et autres partitions”, CPAC, Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux

“Disaster / The End of Days”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris Pantin



“Migration“, ARNDT, Berlin

Sammlung Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg

“Artandpress“, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin

“The Artists’ Postcard Show“, Spike Island, Bristol, England

“L´Institut des archives sauvages“, Villa Arson, Nizza 



“Staging Action: Performance in Photography since 1960”, Museum of Modern Art, New York

“Moving Portraits“, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea



“Party!”, New Art Gallery, Walsall

”Love”, Sorcha Dallas Gallery, Glasgow.

”Brave New World”, MUDAM, Luxembourg



”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

“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



“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

“Parkhaus”, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf



”Multiplex: Directions in Art, 1970 to Now”, Museum of Modern Art, New York 

“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



”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 



”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”, Shefffield Galleries & Museums Trust, Sheffield 



“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 



”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

”Social Strategies - Redefining social realism”, Illinois State University, Normal, Il 

“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



“From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection,” The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York



“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



“Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

“Photoplay,” George Eastman House, Rochester, NY

“Selected Works from The Fundamental Pictures“, Massimo Martino Fine Arts & Projects, Switzerland

“New Testamental Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

“New Testamental Pictures“, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg

“Black White and Red 1971 to 1980”, James Cohan Gallery, New York



"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

The Fundamental Pictures, Sonnabend Gallery/Lehmann Maupin, New York



"La Vie Moderne en Europe 1870-1996", Museum of Contemporary Art,  Tokyo, Japan



"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



"1969", Galerie Jablonka, Cologne

"Recent Work", Anthony d'Offay Gallery, London

"Sarah Staton:  Supastore boutique", Laure Genillard Gallery, London, Great Britain



"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



"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



"20th Century Collage", Margo Leavin Gallery, LA, CA

"Metropolis", International Art Exhibition 1991, Martin-GropiusBau, 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



"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



"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


"Under Construction; New Photomontage", Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Bloomfield, MI (exh. cat.)

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



"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



"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



"Paris Biennale", Paris

"The 1985 Carnegie International", Pittsburg, Pennsylvania



"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



"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



"Aspects of British Art Today", Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo

"Documenta (7)” , Kassel

"Zeitgeist", Berlin, West Germany



"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



"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



"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



"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



"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



"Arte Inglese Oggi," Palazzo Reale, Milan

"Group Show," Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh

"The Artist and The Photograph," Israel Museum, Jerusalem



"Bodyworks," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

"Narrative in Contemporary Art," University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada



"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



"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



"Documenta (5)”, Kassel

"The New Art," Hayward Gallery, London

"Concept Kunst," Kunstmuseum, Basel

"The Paintings", Koninkijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp



"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



"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



"Conception," Stadtisches Museum, Leverkusen

"Anniversary", Frank's Sandwich Bar, London

"Shit and Cunt", Robert Fraser Gallery, London



"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





SCAPEGOAT. BOUC ÉMISSAIRE. SÜNDEN, Michael Bracewell, Paris/Salzburg : Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac 



“Gilbert & George, London Pictures”, text by Michael Bracewell, Hurtwood Press, London 2012



Obrist, Hans Ulrich and Inigo Philbrick, “Gilbert & George: Art Titles, 1967-2010 in Alphabetical Order”, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König 2011



Bracewell, Michael, “Jack Freak Pictures”, Hatje Cantz Books, Germany 2009



Fuchs, Rudi, “The Complete Pictures”, Tate Publishing, London 2006



Birnbaum, Daniel and Michael Bracewell, “Gilbert & George: Ginkgo Pictures” - Venice Biennale 2005 British Council, London 2005



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)

François Jonquet (ed.), “Gilbert & George, Intime conversation avec François Jonquet”, Denoël, Paris



The World of Gilbert & George, Enitharmon Press, London 2001



Gilbert & George: The Rudimentary Pictures, Milton Keynes Gallery, UK 2000



Gilbert & George (1986-1997), Generalitat Valenciana 1999

Farson, Daniel, Gilbert & George: A Portrait, HarperCollins, London 1999



“Gilbert & George: New Testamental Pictures”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris 1998



Fineberg, Jonathan, “Art Since 1940 - Strategies of Being”  Prentice Hall, New Jersey



"Gilbert & George", The Baltimore Museum of Art



"Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980", Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven "Explorations in the 70's", Pittsburg Plan for Art



"The Now Art", Hayward Galleries/Arts Council, London






Fellrath, Till (ed.), “Le Théorème de Néfertiti”, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris 2013



Argenzio, Mirta, “The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George”, Torino 2011



Bracewell, Michael, “The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George”, DelMonico Books, Prestel 2009



Bracewell, Michael, “SONOFAGODPICTURES was Jesus Heterosexual?”, White Cube, London 2006



Rosenblum, Robert, “Introducing Gilbert & George”, Thames & Hudson, London 2004

Jahn, Wolf, Gilbert & George, Kunstler Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, WB Verlag, Munich

Bracewell, Michael, “Perversive Pictures 2004”, Sonnabend Gallery and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York 2004



Gilbert & George: The Dirty Words Pictures, Serpentine Gallery, London 2002

Gilbert & George New Horny Pictures, White Cube, London 2001



Gilbert & George: The Rudimentary Pictures, Milton Keynes Gallery, UK 2000



Gilbert & George: New Testamental Pictures, Meseo di Capodimonte, Napoli 1998



Rosenblum, Robert, “Gilbert & George - The Fundamental Pictures”, Sonnabend Gallery and Lehman Maupin Gallery, New York 1997

“Gilbert & George - Art For All 1971-1996”, Sezon Museum of Art, Tokyo 1997

“Gilbert & George, Magasin 3”, Stockholm, Konsthall 1997

“Gilbert & George”, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 1997




Buser, Thomas.  Experiencing Art Around Us. West Publishing Company,St. Paul, Minnesota



Jahn, Wolf.  Gilbert & George.  Museo d'Arte Moderna, Citta' di Lugano, Switzerland



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



Kold, Anders.  Andrew Wilson and Lars Morell. Gilbert & George:  New Democratic Pictures, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Arhus, Denmark



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.



Klokov, Sergei.  The Moscow Catalogue.  Published by Anthony d'Offay, London

Rosenblum, Robert.  Twenty-Five Worlds by Gilbert & George, Published by Robert Miller Gallery, New York

Rosenblum, Robert.  Worlds and Windows, Published by Robert Miller, New York

Guidieri, Remo.  Eleven Worlds by Gilbert & George and Antique Clocks, Published by Desire Feuerle, Cologne, Germany

Gilbert & George Postcard Sculptures and Ephemera, 1969-1981, Published by Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York.



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.



Buttner, Werner, Diego Cortez, Wolf Jahn.  Gilbert & George. Published by Ascan Crone, Hamburg, Germany.



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



Fuchs, Rudi.  Death Hope Life Fear.  Published by Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy.



Richardson, Brenda.  Gilbert & George.  Published by the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD



Ratcliff, Carter.  Gilbert & George 1968 to 1980.  Published by the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Germany.



Gilbert & George.  Published by Taxispalais Gallery, Innsbruck, Austria.



Greenwood, Nigel.  Dark Shadow. (signed-edition 2,000), published by Nigel Greenwood, London, Great Britain



Catalogue For Their Australian Visit.   Published by John Kaldor, Sydney



The Grand Old Duke Of York.  Published by Kunstmuseum, Lucerne, Switzerland.



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)



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.






Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George and David Bowie at the Marquee, 1968/9’, 8 April 2013

Winship, Lyndsey, ‘Blood on the dancefloor’ Timeout London, 25 June 2013

Brown, Mark, ‘Wearing your art on your sleeve: charity sale offers record designs by top names’, The Guardian, 6 April 2013, p.11

‘The 50 best dressed over 50’, The Guardian (Weekend), 30 March 2013, p.36 + cover

‘Gilbert & George’,, 19 March 2013

Un-authored, ‘Dance Choreographer to use Gilbert & George artwork in latest production’,, 6 March 2013



Milliard, Coline, ‘Gilbert & George launch 2nd edition of their contemporary sculpture novel’,, 11 December 2012

McLean-Ferris, Laura, ‘Gilbert & George London Picture’, Res (Art World/World Art), No.9, November 2012, pp.88-102

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George for the Edgy Table’,, 1 October 2012

Un-authored, ‘Turner prize hopefuls at Tate Britain’, Art of England, No.94, September 2012, pp.54 and 55

Un-authored, ‘The famous duo from Britain at the Bernier/Eliades gallery’,, September 2012

Scovell, Adam, ‘Thresholds – Tate Liverpool (Liverpool Biennial 2012)’,, 15 September 2012

Dewolf, Christopher, ‘White treasure’, Surface Asia, Date unknown

Schoiswohl, Maria, ‘Ein weisser würfel steht in Hong Kong’,, 23

Burrows, Tim, ‘Gilbert & George’, Hunger, No.2, Summer 2012

Uttam, Payal and Gilbert & George, ‘Double-dealing’, Prestige, May 2012, pp.260-263

Gaddy, James, ‘Q & A: Gilbert & George: city stories’,, 7 May 2012

‘G & G Art: the existence is’, Art Bank, May 2012

Lauleta, Ines, ‘London Pictures by Gilbert & George’,, 7 May 2012

Walsh, Brienne, ‘Poster Boys: Q+A with Gilbert & George’,, 5 May 2012

Un-authored, ‘Stealing Headlines for Art’s Sake: Gilbert & George London pictures comes to New York; an interview with the artists’,, 30 April 2012

Duray, Dan, ‘Gilbert & George take New York with Multigallery, show’, 24 April 2012

Wilson, Frances, ’London Picture by Gilbert & George at the White Cube’,, 20 April 2012

Montpezat, Charlotte, ‘Gilbert & George…and Nous’,, 15 April 2012

Voinova, Natalia, ‘Natalia Voinova Reviews Gilbert & George at the White Cube – ends 12 May 2012’,, 13 April 2012

Spencer, Charles, ‘The Morecambe and Wise of Contemporary Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 March 2012, p.26

Choy, Yoko, ‘White Cube Opens a Hong Kong Gallery’,, April 2012

Un-authored, ‘Artists Receive Honorary Awards’,, 4 April 2012

Un-authored, ‘Creatures of Habit’, Hong Kong tattler, April 2012, pp.161, 162 and 163

Adam, Georgina, ‘The Art Market: fire sales’,, 30 March 2012

Calvocoressi, Thomas, ‘Being a Conservative in the Art World is Like Saying You’re a Nazi’, New Statesman, 26 March 2012, pp.30 and 31

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures at Hoxton White Cube’,, 26 March 2012

Pryor, John-Paul, ‘Another Thing I Wanted to Tell You – Gilbert & George on religion’,, 23 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Dinos Eyes Up a Tory Scrap’, Evening Standard, 22 March 2012, p.17

Wiggett, Alice, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’,, 19 March 2012

Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Critic’s Choice’, The Times, 17 March 2012, p.23

Emery, Louisa, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’,, 15 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Sanctuary: published by Thames and Hudson features a stellar cast of artists’,, 15 March 2012

Chan, Will, ‘Gilbert & George’, City Magazine, March 2012, pp.1, 137, 138, 139, 150

Un-authored, ‘Targeting Asian Collectors, Britain’s White Cube gallery’,, 15 March 2012

Perez, Begoña, ‘Gilbert & George Exploran los Bajos Fondos’, El Mundo, 14 March 2012, pp.1, 43 and 44

Lowe, Jack, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures’,, 14 March 2012

Setiadi, Celine, ‘White Cube Hong Kong’,, 14 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George – Thieving Yobs Make Billboard Exhibition – London Art Exhibiton’,, 13 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘London Pictures: Gilbert & George Steal Headlines Again’,, 13 March 2012

Sooke, Alastair, ‘Red-Raw Invitation to Read all About It’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 March 2012, p.22

Balfour, Frederik, ‘Perv Duo Launch Full Frontal Arts Assault on World Tour: Frederik Balfour’,, 12 March 2012

Alkayat, Zena, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Metro, 12 March 2012

McRoberts, Joe, ‘Gilbert & George, London Pictures’,, 12 March 2012

Hoetger, M. ‘Hong Kong: Gilbert & George London Pictures at White Cube Hong Kong’s inaugural exhibition through May 5, 2012,, 12 March 2012

Alkayat, Zena, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George: London Pictures’, Metro, 12 March 2012, p.42

Un-authored, ‘White Cube: Gilbert & George’,, 12 March 2012

Hamilton, Adrian, ‘Bad News for the Poster Boys’, The Independent, 12 March 2012, pp.40 and 41

Un-authored, Gilbert & George talk about London Pictures,, 12 March 2012

McHugh, Fionnuala, ‘Double Trouble’, Sunday Morning Post, 11 March 2012, pp.1, 4 and 5

Peck, Tom, ‘Diary: gay marriage makes strange bedfellows’,, 10 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George London Pictures Exhibition of Stolen News Billboards to Open’,, 9 March 2012

Hor-Chung Lau, Joyce, ‘Look Who’s in the New White Cube’,, 7 March 2012Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Gilbert & George Know How to Make the Headlines’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 March 2012, p.13

Street-Porter, ‘Gilbert & George Know How to Make the Headlines’, The Independent on Sunday, 11 March 2012, p.13

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert y George Se Recrean en el Lado Más Truculento de Londres’, (cultura), 8 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Eccentric Artist Gilbert & George Are in the Headlines’, Daily Mirror, 10 March 2012, p.2

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George Are Hot Off the Press with London Pictures’,, 9 March 2012

Brown, Mark, ‘Gilbert & George Headline Show with all the News That’s fit to Steal’, The Guardian, 9 March 2012, p.16

Luke, Ben, ‘It’s A Good News Day for G & G’, Evening Standard, 9 March 2012, p.37

Clark, Nick, ‘An even bigger splash by Gilbert & George’, The Independent, 9 March 2012, p.25

Chappel, Alex, ‘Gilbert & George – London Pictures at London Pictures at White Cube (Bermondsey, Hoxton Square, Mason’s Yard),, 9 March 2012

Sugathan, Darshana, ‘London Pictures portrays new face of London featuring murder and money’,, 9 March 2012

Keane, Thomas, ‘Gilbert & George lament London horror at White Cube’,, 9 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George talk about London Pictures’,, 9 March 2012

Hor-Chung Lau, Joyce, ‘Gilbert & George take Britain to Asia’, The New York Times (Culture - Global Edition), 8 March 2012, pp.13 and 14

Waywell, Chris, ‘Gilbert & George launch their London Pictures across the globe’, Time Out London, 8-14 March 2012, p.1

Simmonds, Charlotte, ‘What’s on: Gilbert & George’,, 8 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Headline grabbing London Pictures opens Hong Kong White Cube’,, 8 March 2012

Duray, Dan, ‘Gilbert & George plan three-gallery New York show to coincide with White Cube Extravaganza’,, 6 March 2012

Maneker, Marion, ‘Gilbert & George: Bourgeois Bohemians’,, 6 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘White Cube gallery opens in Hong Kong’,, 6 March 2012

Roberts, Alison, ‘We’d rather side with the bankers than some vegan protester twit on benefits’, Evening Standard, 5 March 2012, pp.20 and 21

Siil, Katlin, ‘A White Cube first: Gilbert & George unite all three London galleries’,, 5 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George make front page news’,, 5 March 2012

Coates, Stephen, ‘Gilbert & George open dark new show in Hong Kong’,, 4 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘UK gallery chases China with Hong Kong opening’,, 3 March 2012

Chan, Kelvin, UK’s White Cube opens HK gallery as Asia art booms, Intellasia, 3 March 2012

Chow, Jason, ‘Gilbert & George steal show in Hong Kong’, The Wall Street Journal, 2-4 March 2012, p.W5

Kelly, James, ‘White Cube’s man of steel’, The Peak, March 2012, pp.47, 48 and 49

Wroe, Nicholas, ‘Gilbert & George: lives in art’, The Guardian, (Review), 3 March 2012, pp 12 and 13

McIntyre, Stefanie, ‘Artists Gilbert & George debut new work in Hong Kong’,, 2 March 2012

Blake, Linda, ‘Watch: Gilbert & George: Burglar steals wads of fake cash’, (Scene Asia), 2 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Opening of White Cube gallery in Hong Kong’,, 2 March 2012

Hunt, Katie, ‘Hong Kong emerges as Asia’s art capital’,, 2 March 2012

Waywell, Chris, ‘Gilbert & George’, Time Out Hong Kong, 29 February – 13 March 2012, p.20, 21, 22 and 23

Chow, Jason, ‘Gilbert & George steal the show in Hong Kong’, The Wall Street Journal Asia (Weekend), 2-4 March 2012, p.5

Chow, Vivienne, ‘Art duo depict urban life, ripped from the headlines’, South China Morning Post, 2 March 2012, pp.1 and 3

O’Dea, Madeleine, ‘White Cube ups the ante in Hong Kong’,, 1 March 2012

B.T., ‘London, darling’,, 1 March 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George open dark new show in Hong Kong’,, 1 March 2012

Blood, Anne, ‘London exhibitions’, The Burlington magazine, CLIV, March 2012

Agnew, Mary, ‘The same White Cube, a different continent’,, 29 February 2012

Lee, Edmund, ‘London calling’,, 29 February 2012

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert vs George: White Cube’,, 24 February 2012 (Chinese)

Cascone, Sarah, ‘Gilbert & George pull a Hirst, show at all the white cubes’,, 23 February 2012

Radnor, Abigail, ‘Are you sitting comfortably’, The Times Magazine, 25 February 2012, pp.42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 and 48

Sinclair, Charlotte, ‘Art for one and art for all’, Financial Times (Smart Arts), 12 February 2012 pp.11, 12, 14 and 15

Sinclair Adam, Georgina, ‘Heaving Hong Kong, leaving Las Vegas’, Financial Times, 21 January 2012, p.11

Un-authored, ‘White Cube announces March China opening’,, 13 January 2012

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: London Pictures at White Cube’,, 10 February 2012

Un-authored, ‘White Cube Hong Kong launches with Gilbert & George’,, 13 January 2012 Connington, Karen, ‘Gilbert & George at Baldwin Gallery,, 6 January 2012



Teare, Andy (Photographer), ‘Spectrum’, Sunday Times Magazine, 27 November 2011, pp.44-45

Un-authored, ‘Made in Britain’, My Giant Colouring Book; a.m. post, August 2011, p.3

Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23

Notarianni, Remo, ‘Postcards from the cutting edge’, TPAG, August 2011, pp.28-30

Ward, Ossian, ‘Le nonsense a l’Anglaise’, Beaux Arts, August 2011, pp.100-105

Weilebska, Kamila, ‘Gilbert & George’, intertekst, August 2011

Un-authored, ‘Sotheby’s announces sale of works from the collection of eurythmics legend Dave Stewart’,, 15 July 2011

Jennings, Tom, ‘University honours ‘outstanding modern artists’’, Oxford Mail, 24 June 2011

Needham, Alex, ‘A change of scene’, The Guardian, 23 June 2011, pp.4-7

Notarianni, Remo, ‘Out of the box’, TPAG, May 2011, No.19, pp.48-50

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George by David Bailey’, The Daily Telegraph (review), 28 May 2011, p.25

Un-authored, ‘International news digest’,, 17 May 2011

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George exhibit their works as a part of gallery weekend in Berlin 2011’,, 17 May 2011

Darwent, Charles, ‘I’m so pretty, I can hardly believe I’m real’, The Independent on Sunday, 1 May 2011

Un-authored, ‘L’art en duo’, IDEAT, No.84, April-May 2011, p.265

Bailey, Martin, ‘raising a glass to Gilbert & George’,, 27 April 2011

Sharp, Rob, ‘Gilbert & George – and the night they drank the Tate dry’,, 26 April 2011

Davies, Lucia, ‘In conversation with Gilbert & George,, 26 April 2011

Obrist, Hans Ulrich, ‘Gilbert & George: nuestro arte tiene que significar peligro’, El Cultural, 8 – 14 April 2011

Un-known, ‘Never be complicit with the world for good’, Bazaar China, March 2011

Bracewell, Michael, ‘What makes them tick’, The Sunday Times (Festival Special), 20 March 2011, p.38

Hind, John, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’,, 13 March 2011

Danchev, Alex, ‘A century of blasting and blessing’, The Independent, 11 February 2011, pp.22-23

Harris, John, ‘We’re all right’, The Guardian (G2), 3 February 2011, pp.5-7

Un-authored, ‘The List: Art Economist’s top earning 300 artists’, The Art Economist, January 2011, pp.21-31

Chappel, Alex, ‘The Urethra Postcards Art of Gilbert & George at White Cube’,, January 2011

Barnett, Laura, ‘Another view on The Urethra Postcard Art of Gilbert & George’,, 23 January 2011

Hamilton, Adrian, ‘The Wild Cards strike again’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 17 January 2011, p.18

Hoyle, Ben, ‘Exhibition chronicles the Queen’s life as a royal subject in photos, portraits, and print’, The Times, 13 January 2011, p.11



Perez, Begona, ‘El sexo de pago, segun Gilbert & George’, El Mundo (Cultura), 13 January 2011, p.47

Huntley, Victoria, ‘Artists Gilbert & George get honorary doctorate’,, 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

Street-Porter, Janet, ‘Tracey, Damien and other genuine originals’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 October 2010, p.21

Michiels, Marie, ‘Gilbert et George exposent au Palais des Beaux-Arts’,, 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

Dalley, Jan, ‘Hot work above a frozen city’, Financial Times, 14 October 2010, p.16

Duffell, Rachel, ‘The power of influence’, Kee Magazine, September 2010, pp.12-16

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures’, Hanje Cantz, Spring 2010, p.38

Campbell, Nancy, ‘A wake for Gordon Burn’, The Times Literary Supplement, 27 January 2010

Capper, Andy, ‘Russell Haswell: interview’, Vice Magazine, December 2010, pp.124-126

Jury, Louise, ‘University honours Gilbert & George for pioneering role in East End art scene’, Evening Standard, 3 December 2010, p.40

Laster, Paul, ‘Gilbert & George at the Kröller-Mϋller Museum’,, 2 August 2010

Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Art festival the garss is always greener in the gallery’, The Times, 30 July 2010, pp.10-11



Cornwell, Tim, ‘Gilbert, George and Warhol hit the high road’, The Scotsman, 3 December 2009

Orden, Erica, ‘In Miami Beach, a more daring Art Basel’, The Wall Street Journal, 27 November 2010

Frankel, Susannah, ‘Art by App’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 22 November 2010, pp.18-19

Donald, Caroline, ‘Thanks for the memories’, The Sunday Times, 8 November 2009, p.21

McFadden, Sarah, ‘Tea with Gilbert & George’, The Bulletin (Brussels), 17 September 2009, p.21

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George: Geslaagde terugkeer van twee iconen’,, 3 September 2009

Un-authored, ‘Lady Blonde’s essential art guide: White Cube, Hoxton Square’, Lady Blonde, No.2, 5 August 2009

Darwent, Charles, ‘Gilbert & George: The Jack Freak Pictures, White Cube, London’, The Independent, 19 July 2009

Un-authored, ‘Critics’ choice: galleries – Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 16-22 July 2009, p.48

Un-authored, ‘Affairs of the art turn to marriage’, The Independent (Arts and Books), 17 July 2009, p.9

Un-authored, ‘Say hello to the artists’, Hackney Gazette, 16 July 2009, p.20

Un-authored, ‘Critic’s Choice: galleries’, Time Out, 9-15 July 2009, p.48

Dorment, Richard, ‘Gilbert & George, Jack Freak Pictures, review’,, 13 July 2009

Pill, Steve, ‘Art Review: Gilbert & George – Jack Freak Pictures’, Metro, 13 July 2009, p.23

Un-authored, ‘Los provocadores Gilbert & George se visten con la Union Jack’,, 12 July 2009

Walsh, John, ‘Gilbert & George, a very British act of union’, The Independent Arts & Books, 10 July 2009, pp.4-6

Jones, Jonathan, ‘Gilbert & George: White Cube, London’, The Guardian, 10 July 2009, p.38

Collett-White, Mike and Cindy Martin, ‘Union Jack stars in Gilbert & George ‘freak’ show’,, 9 July 2009

Un-authored, ‘Making us see double’, The London Paper, 7 July 2009, p.14

Roberts, Alison, ‘Gilbert & George the jokers’, Evening Standard, 7 July 2009

Jury, Louise, ‘Gilbert & George in your home’, Evening Standard, 6 July 2009, p.25

van Praagh, Anna, ‘Gilbert & George: ‘Margaret Thatcher did a lot for art’’, The Telegraph, 5 July 2009

Jeffries, Stuart, ‘At home with Gilbert & George’, The Guardian (Arts), 25 June 2009, pp.19-21

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George and Louis Vuitton, The FT (Life & Arts), 30-31 May 2009, p.6

Un-authored, ‘The Toilet Gallery 2003’, The Observer (The New Review), 23 May 2010, p.5

Un-authored, ‘Jo is trying to see the wood from the trees’,, 23 February 2009

Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, January 2009, p.60

Un-authored, ‘SMART Cinema/ Film Premiere’, SMART Project Space Newsletter, 30 January 2009

Brown, Mark, ‘Rooms with a view: £125m art collection tours UK’, The Guardian, 23 January 2009, p.13

Muir, Gregor, ‘Recession? Lets party!’, The Guardian, 20 January 2009, pp.22-26

Un-authored, ‘Unsung Hero, the outsider who scooped the very first Turner prize’, The Sunday Times, 18 January 2009, p.7



Francolini, Stefano, ‘Gilbert & George’, Jackie Sleper, Vol.2, 2008

Lewis, Ben and Ford, Jonathan, ‘A second tulip mania’, Prospect, December 2008, p.34-37

Various contributors, ‘Power 2008’, Art & Auction, December 2008, p.116-137

Robertson, Rebecca, ‘Exploring Milky Ways’, ARTnews, December 2008, p.38

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George Retrospective On View At Brooklyn Museum’, Antiques and Arts Weekly, 16 December 2008

Hoyle, Ben, ‘Felix the Cat artist seduces the Turner Prize judges’, The Times, 2 December 2008, p.11

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George, the fine art of snoozing perfected by the dynamic duo’, Tatler, November 2008, pp.240-251

Sebag, Montefiore, ‘The fine art of snoozing, perfected by the dynamic duo’, Tatler, November 2008, p.246

Johnson, Andrew, ‘What ever happened to the Turner Prize?’, The Independent on Sunday, 30 November 2008, p.11

Un-authored, ‘Heavens above, Antiques Roadshow finds £1m angel’, The Times, 17 November 2008, p.18

Martin, Nicole, ‘Little angel breaks the £1m barrier on BBC roadshow’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 November 2008, p.7

Erwin, Miles, ‘Antiques Roadshow’s £1million record find’, Metro, 17 November 2008, p.9

Gopnik, Blake, ‘Duo Personality; London's provocateurs are themselves a template for a changing society’, The Washington Post, 13 November 2008, p.C1

Duncan, Micheal, ‘The human theatre of Gilbert & George’, Art in America, October 2008, pp.170-177

Un-authored, ‘United States: our selection’, The Art Newspaper, No.195, October 2008, pp.74-75

Cotter, Holland, ‘Proactive duo, naked and natty’, The New York Times, 3 October 2008, p.E31

Un-authored, ‘In art terms this period will be forgotten…’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 October 2008, p.44

Reynolds, Nigel, ‘The definitive guide to Modern British Art’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 October 2008, p.7

Yablonsky, Linda, ‘Gilbert & George show their big, loud, baffling art in Brooklyn’,, 23 October 2008

Lewis, Ben, ‘Will the party soon be over for the frieze crowd?’, The Evening Standard, 17 October 2008, pp.18-19

Cumming, Laura, ‘What price the rise of private art’, The Observer, 12 October 2008, pp.8-9

Venutolo, Anthony, ‘‘Singing Sculpture’ art duo still mocking the Brits’,, 11 October 2008

Un-authored, ‘A formula for happiness’, The Independent Magazine, 20 September 2008, pp.27-32

Toyoto, Ito, ‘What is Damien Hirst by Damien Hirst’, Geisai, No.11, 14 September 2008, pp.97-116

Un-authored, ‘Listings’, The Art Newspaper, July-August 2008, p.63

Un-authored, ‘Brooklyn Museum presents: Gilbert & George Exhibition’,, 19 August 2008

Ozler, Levent, ‘Brooklyn Museum presents retrospective of work by Gilbert & George’,, 18 August 2008

Zetouni, Sigalit, ‘Against truisms’, On Art New York, 10 August 2008, p.16

Snyder, Elizabeth, ‘Two men one artist’, Kenosha News, 1-8 August 2008

Un-authored, ‘Art & design’, Time Out (Chicago), June-July 2008

Maserson, Paul, ‘Sex, money, politics and religion’, Vol.4, No.7, July 2008

Baiocchi, Don, ‘Summer gaycation’, UR Chicago Magazine, July 2008, p.24

Berlin, Mark, ‘Art space’, In These Times, July 2008, p.41

Jones, Alice, ‘The new faces’, The Independent, 11 July 2008, pp.2-5

Connors, Thomas J, ‘Taking the piss’, Time Out, 3-9 July

Gleadell, Colin, ‘Koons blooms, Hirst stalls’, The Daily Telegraph, 8 July 2008, p.26

Un-authored, ‘June picks’, Vital Source, June 2008, p.26

Un-authored, ‘Ten to catch’, Apollo, June 2008

Un-authored, ‘Milwaukee Art Museum’, Time Out (Chicago), 19-25 June 2008

Motlani, Aisha, ‘Elusize meanings’, Art Review, 18 June 2008

Un-authored, ‘Bold and racy Gilbert & George come to the Milwaukee Art Museum’, Quest, Vol.15, No.8, 29 May-18 June 2008

Un-authored, ‘Take offence – please’, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 13 June 2008

Dunigan, Peggy Sue, ‘Living sculpture’, Art Preview, 9 June 2008, p.40

Sozanaki, Edward, ‘Art: two men find one artistic purpose’, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1 June 2008

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, Journal of the Print World, Summer 2008, p.23

Un-authored, The Arts Newspaper, April 2008, p.70

Bumpus, Jessica, ‘Gilbert & George inspire cult jewellers Tatty Devine in a new collaboration with the de Young gallery’,, 21 April 2008

Lewandowski, Ashley, ‘Milwaukee gets ‘shitted’ on by Gilbert & George’, The Leader, 9 April 2008

Rifkind, Hugo, ‘People: Sacha Baron Cohen, Darcey Bussell, Gilbert & George’, The Times, 2 April 2008

Un-authored, ‘International’, Artco, March 2008, p.120

Adams, Tim, ‘Anthony d’Offay: portrait of the perfect dealer’, The Observer, 2 March 2008, p.47

Un-authored, ‘California, San Francisco: Gilbert & George’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.51

Wolff, Rachel, ‘All the web’s a stage’, ARTnews, February 2008, pp.98-101

Du Rocher, Antoine, ‘Gilbert & George kick off US tour at de Young museum in San Francisco’,, February 2008

Baracaia, Alexa, ‘Tate says ta for artwork gift’, The London Paper, 27 February 2008, p.3

Wyman, Annie, ‘Gilbert & George: A Gorgeous Retrospective at the de Young’,, 26 February 2008

Yarlish, Carla, ‘The art of Xmas shopping’, Art World, December 2007-January 2008, p.124-125

Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Turner Prize: a retrospective 1984 – 2006’, Artforum, January 2008, p.277

Steinbach, Haim, Artforum, January 2008, pp.73-74

Un-authored, ‘Dismay at British Council art cuts’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.41

Brown, Mark, ‘Changes at the British Council ‘appalling’, say leading artists’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.21



Kanicki, Witold, ‘Relatywizm Prowokacji’, Artluk, No.2, 2007, pp.12-17

Un-authored, Exit, No.28, 2007, pp.146-147

Un-authored, ‘The Naked Portraits 1900-2007’, Compton Varney, September-December 2007, p.2

David, Enrico, ‘The artists’ artists’, Artforum, December 2007, pp.125-132

Un-authored, Artchronika, December 2007, p.52-59

Lee, David, ‘Prize failure: lies, deceit and the Turner Prize’, The Jackdaw, November 2007, pp.1, 6-7

Fuchs, Dale, ‘Artists look for Lorca’s mysterious spirit’,, 11 November 2007

Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Making snap judgments’, The Whitechapel Paper, October 2007, p.7

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern promise’, Frieze, October 2007, pp.33-34

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern promise’, Frieze, October 2007, pp.33-34

Hoyle, Ben, ‘Record visitors to Tate as appetite increases for art’, The Times, 21 September 2007

von Gustorf, Oliver Koerner, ‘Pre view’, Monopol, June 2007, pp.104-107

Teller, Juergen, ‘Gilbert & George with Juergen Teller’, Arena Hommes Plus, Summer-Autumn 2007, pp.220

Un-authored, ‘Wir sind völlig normale Rebellen’, Art, May 2007, pp.16-25

Aletti, Vince, ‘Gods and Monsters’, Modern Painters, May 2007, pp.40-42

Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Gilbert & George put free artwork on internet’, The Guardian, 8 May 2007, p.19

Darwent, Charles, ‘Tales from the City: London’, Art Review, April 2007, p.46

Koldehoff, Stefan, ‘Früher war nicht alles schlecht: Die Ausstellungsreihe, ‘Between’ wird in Düsseldorf rekonstruiert’, Monopol, March 2007, p.126

‘Naked Human Artists’; interview with the artists by Wolf Jahn, Tate Etc, No.9, Spring 2007, pp.42-55

Diez, Renato, ‘Grandi Maestri Gilbert & George’, Arte, February 2007, pp.74-81

Ward, Ossian, ‘Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 21-27 February 2007, p.35

Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Gone Pair-Shaped’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 25 February 2007, pp.34-35

Sutcliffe, Thomas, ‘Why G&G are double trouble’, The Independent, 23 February 2007, p.5

Fletcher, Damien, ‘My weird day in the life of Britain’s oddest artists’, Daily Mirror, 22 February 2007, pp.18-19

Holmes, Ruth, ‘Nudity, bodily fluids and expletives by Gilbert & George’,, 22 February 2007

Cumming, Laura, ‘Better than a poke in the eye?’, The Observer (Review), 18 February 2007, p.15

Darwent, Charles, ‘The squares come full circle’, The Independent on Sunday (ABC), 18 February 2007, p.10

Martinfield, Seán, ‘Gilbert & George – a debut, at the de Young February 16th – May 18th’,, 14 February 2007

Searle, Adrian, ‘Terrible twosome’, The Guardian (G2), 13 February 2007, pp.23-25

Macdonald, Fiona, ‘Be-suited and saluted’, Metro (Life), 13 February 2007, p.27

Lubbock, Tom, ‘Gormless & garish’, The Independent (Extra), 13 February 2007, pp.14-15

Un-authored, ‘In pictures: Gilbert & George’,, 13 February 2007

Lawless, Jill, ‘Tate Modern museum showcases Gilbert & George, Brit art's provocative duo’, The America’s Intelligence Wire, 13 February 2010

Dorment, Richard, ‘Years of blood, sweat and tears’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 February 2007

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George take on the Tate’, The Daily Mail, 13 February 2007

Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, ‘Gilbert & George at Tate Modern’, The Times, 12 February 2007

Leris, Sophie, ‘Everything we do is art’, The Independent on Sunday (ABC), 11 February 2007, pp.6-8

Cargill Thompson, Jessica, ‘What’s eating Gilbert & George’, Time Out, 7-13 February 2007, pp.158-159

Ward, Ossian, ‘Double vision’, Time Out, 7-13 February 2007, pp.22-23

Aspden, Peter, ‘Following suits’, FT Magazine, 3-4 February 2007, pp.32-35

Burn, Gordon, ‘Message in a bottle’, The Guardian, 3 February 2007, pp.12-13

Ross, Deborah, ‘Double vision’, The Independent Magazine, 3 February 2007, pp.14-19

Teeman, Tim, ‘The peacocks of profanity’, The Times (Arts), 30 January 2007

Gayford, Martin, ‘A bombshell from Gilbert & George’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 January 2007, p.29



Gray, Louise, ‘Sex, lies and videotape-teas with Gillian Wearing’, Blind Date, 2006, pp.148-151

Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Bomb art’, The Guardian, 19 December, 2006, p.11

Barber, Lynn, ‘One day Gilbert & George walked into the bar, and my life changed’, The Observer (Review), 17 December 2006, p.7

Hoare, Philip, ‘About the boys’,, 8 October 2006

Aspden, Peter, ‘Artful codgers’, FT Magazine, 9-10 September, 2006, p.46

Majewska, Karolina, ‘Prawie Wolni: Gilbert & George’, Arteon, September 2006, pp.12-13

Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Tasting triumph: Gilbert & George relish their retrospective at the Tate’, The Guardian, 5 September 2006, p.11

Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Tate gives floor space to art’s ‘brother boys’’, The Daily Telegraph, 5 September 2006, p.10

Jury, Louise, ‘The Gilbert & George show’, The Independent, 5 September 2006, pp.12-13

Nayeri, Farah, ‘Gilbert & George to show at Tate Modern, ‘At Last,’ in February’,, 5 September 2006

Burgelman, Filip, ‘The moral gun’, DAM, No.7, July-August 2006, pp.80-84

Gayford, Martin, ‘Suit form to function’, Appolo, March 2006, pp.108-109

Jonquet, Francois, ‘Dos artistas, una obra’, Casas & Gente, February 2006, No.202, Vol.21, pp.45-47

Moore, Charles, ‘If you get rid of the Danes, you’ll have to keep paying the Danegeld’,, 4 February 2006 - *check if this is print press

Davies, Serena, ‘The story of G&G’,, 21 January 2006

Jardine, Cassandra, ‘At home with art’s oddest couple’,, 21 January 2006



Adam, Georgina, ‘The convergence of Venice and Basel’, The Art Newspaper, July-August 2005, p.30

Jones, Sam, ‘Little Artists recreate Hirst and Dalí…in Lego’,, 18 August 2005

Vogel, Carol, ‘Gilbert & George, as naughty as ever’, The New York Times, 6 August 2005

Hume, Mick, ‘Before irony began’, The Times, 3 August 2005, p.16

Barber, Lynn, ‘Anyone for Venice?’, The Observer, 19 June 2005, p.2

Sandler, Linda, ‘Basel Fair to offer artworks by Warhol, Ruscha…’,, 13 June 2005

Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Gilbert & George take a leaf out of the Zeitgeist’, The Times, 10 June 2005, p.38

Burn, Gordon, ‘It’s appalling!’, The Guardian (G2), 2 June 2005, pp.1-2

Gayford, Martin, ‘Gilbert & George in the mirror’, The Daily Telegraph, 1 June 2005, p.17

Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Shock of the old’, The Times (T2), 1 June 2005, p.16

Buck, Louisa, ‘Long weekends’, RA Magazine, Summer 2005, p.29

Buck, Louisa, ‘Polish up your dancing shoes for Venice’, The Art Newspaper, No.158, May 2005, p.42

Kastner, Jeffrey, ‘Two for the show’, Artforum, May 2005, p.141

Un-authored, Metro, 23 May 2005, p.1

Un-authored, ‘Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics’, Art Monthly, April 2005, p.12

Paterson, Elaine, ‘The Big Picture: Gilbert & George – intimate conversations with François Jonquet’, Metro, 20 April 2005, p.26

Un-authored, ‘Saint Etienne’, The Art Newspaper, March 2005, p.11

Heartney, Eleanor, ‘Gilbert & George at Sonnabend and Lehmann Maupin’, Art in America, February 2005, pp.123-124



Cotter, Holland, ‘Art in review; Gilbert & George – ‘Perversive Pictures’’, The New York Times, 3 December 2004

Rhys-Morgan, Dean, ‘Gilbert & George’, AXM, October 2004, pp.72-73

Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Artists to donate works to the Tate because gallery cannot afford them’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 October 2004, p.11

Alberge, Dalya, ‘Tate has to beg for gifts of new work from living artists’,

                  The Times, 26 October 2004, p.3

Kennedy, Maev, ‘Artists rally to Tate’s cause by donating major works’, The Guardian, 26 October 2004, p.9

Troncy, Eric, ‘United artists’, Numero, No.54, June-July 2004, p.3

LaBalme, Corrine, ‘What’s doing in; Athens’,, 18 July 2004

Greig, Geordie, ‘Public enemy No.1’, Tatler, June 2004, pp.124-129

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Eastern bloc’, Art Review, Vol.54, June 2004, pp.53-59

Wilson, Simon, ‘Double jeopardy’, RA Magazine, Summer 2004, p.69

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Gilbert & George – true pioneers of East End art’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 May 2004, pp.4-5

Millard, Rosie, ‘Joined at the hip’, The Times Magazine, 22 May 2004, pp.25-29

Ward, Ossian, ‘Home from home’, The Observer (Review), 16 May 2004, p.8

Lacey, Hester, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Independent on Sunday, 8 February 2004, p.1



Un-authored, ‘Public convenience for artists’,, 10 October 2003

Un-authored, ‘A former public lavatory now a trendy art gallery’, The Miami Herald, 10 October 2003



Pollock, Lindsay, ‘Art Show Action’,, 2002

Brandreth, Gyles, ‘Gilbert & George and Gyles’,, 28 May 2002



Anthony, Andrew, ‘Artful dodgers’, The Observer Magazine, 5 May 2002, pp.14-18

Vlahou, Maria, ‘Gilbert & George’, Ozon, 2001

Ebony, David, ‘Gilbert & George at White Cube’, Art in America, 2001

Marlow, Tim, ‘Gilbert & George’, The Tate Interview, 16 November 2001

Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George : Living Sculptures’, Npóσwna, No.21, 22 September 2001,

Livingstone, Marco, ‘London Gilbert & George’, The Burlington Magazine, August 2001

Schwan, Gary, ‘You walk through the museum and marvel at Gauguin and Cezanne and Matisse and Monet and you wonder: how did all these great art works end up in West Palm Beach?’, Palm Beach Post, 15 July 2001, p.1J

Un-authored, ‘Holly Johnson goes to Hoxton to get horny’, New Statesman, 18 June 2001

Silver, James, ‘A couple of cards’, The Scotsman (S2), 16 June 2001

Darwent, Charles, ‘How to read late period G&G’, The Independent on Sunday, 3 June 2001

Falconer, Morgan, ‘The art of perversity’, Ham & Hampstead & Highgate, 1 June 2001

Cork, Richard, ‘Porn? Suits you, sirs’, The Times, 29 May 2001

Bracewell, Michael, ‘Like what you see? Then call Gilbert & George (they’re in the phone book)’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 May 2001

Blake, Veronica, ‘Double trouble Gilbert & George: growing old disgracefully’, The Independent Magazine, 19 May 2001



Lowthorpe, Rebecca, ‘Eighties zeitgeist, with added smog’, The Independent, 13 July 2000

Dominick Lombardi, D, ‘ART; two shows define basics of each other’, The New York Times, 19 March 2000

Collard, James, ‘Out there/ London; go East, bright young things’,, 23 April 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.



Wilson, Andrew. ‘Gilbert & George’, Art Monthly, No.231, November 1999

Shave, Stuart. ‘Gilbert & George’, i-D, June 1999

Buck, Louisa. ‘Gilbert & George’, The Art Newspaper, May 1999

Bracewell, Michael. ‘Gilbert & George do Naples’, The Independent, 7 January 1999



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.



Wilson, Andrew, ‘Life v art’, Art Monthly, November 1996, pp.1-4

Glancey, Jonathan, ‘The clock moves on, but time stands still for Gilbert & George’, The Independent, 5 September 1996



Un-authored, ‘Gilbert & George’, Rapid Eye, No.3, 1995

‘Q&A’; interview with the artists by Dave Stewart, GQ, September 1995

Bickers, Patricia, ‘Coca-colonization’, Art Press, May 1995, pp.38-39

Dandurand, Denis, ‘Gilbert & George’, Tecknikart, Paris, February 1995

Ejaife, Jiro, ‘Gilbert & George: love & decay’, Don't Tell It Magazine, No.5, January 1995



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.



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.



Goldberg, RoseLee.  "Gilbert & George:  Sonnabend Gallery." Artforum, Jan. pp. 103-104.

Adams, Brooks.  "Gilbert & George at Sonnabend." Art in America, Feb. pp. 110-111.

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.



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.



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 themselves." 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.



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.



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.



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.



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)



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.



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.



"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.



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.



Walker, Stephen.  "Living with Fear and Gilbert and George." Blitz, Vol. 1, no. 4.

Wilson, Simon.  "Modern Fears." Burlington Magazine, February.

Blume, Mary.  "Gilbert & George, From Living Sculpture to Modern Fears." International Herald Tribune, January 31-February 1.

Roberts, John. "Gilbert & George at Anthony D'Offay." Artscribe, February.

Martin Pouret, "Art and Purity." ZG, no. 2.

Irmeline Lebeer,"Gilbert & George, art for all." Art Press, April.

Jean-Hubert Martin, "Gilbert & George, Un entretien avec Jean-Hubert Martin." published by Centre Pompidou, Paris, April.

Francis, Mark.  "Gilbert & George, An interview with Mark Francis." Published by Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, June 1 .

van Mulders, Wim. "Gilbert & George: beeldhouwers." Streven, July.

Marcelis, Bernard. "Gilbert & George:An Itinerary." Domus, July.

Januszcak, Waldemar.  "Making snap Judgements." The Guardian, July 4.

Valzey, Marina.  "Gilbert and George:dandies in despair." Sunday Times, July 5.

Lucie-Smith, Edward. "Gilbert and George talk with Edward Lucie-Smith." BBC Radio 3, broadcast July 12.

Cork, Richard. "Fear and sculpting." The Standard, August 6. McRitchie, Lynn.  "The Living Sculptures Look at Life."

Performance Magazine, September/October.

Burn, Gordon.  "The Perfect Couple." The Sunday Times Magazine, October 18.

Rona, Elisabeth. "Interview:Gilbert & George."  Revue d'art contemporain, October.

Collins, Nick. "People like Objects." Creative Camera, November.

Kinmonth, Patrick.  "The World of Gilbert & George." British Film Institute Montly Film Bulletin, December, p. 257.

Brett, Guy. "Beauty & The Beast." City Limits, December 4-10.

Dadomo, Giovanni. "Art for All:The Gilbert and George Show." The Face, December.



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.



Heyting, Lien.  "Wij poetsen elke ochtend onze schoenen." N.R.C. Handelsblad, December 7.



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.



Lucie-Smith, Edward. "Ever so Nice." Art & Artists, March, pp. 27-29.

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