Books and Catalogues

Nagel, Alexander. Gary Hume Mum. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery; London: Sprüth Magers, 2017.

Ibel, Rebecca, et al. NOW-ISM: Abstraction Today, Columbus, Ohio: Pizzuti Collection, 2014.

Bader, Graham. Gary Hume: The Wonky Wheel, New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 2013.

Stout, Katherine. Gary Hume. London: Tate Publishing, 2013.

Hickey, Dave. Gary Hume: Flashback. London: Hayward Publishing, 2012.

Hume, Gary. Gary Hume: Yardwork. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 2009.

Gary Hume: A Cat on a Lap. London: Other Criteria, 2009.

Bernstein, Joanne, ed. Moving Horizons: UBS Art Collection: 1960s to the present day. Beijing: NAMOC and UBS, 2008.

Hume, Gary. Gary Hume: Door Paintings. Oxford: Modern Art Oxford, 2008.

NSPCC, Art For Baby: Twelve works by famous contemporary artists to explore with your baby. Dorking, England: Templar, 2008.

Anfam, David, Gary Hume and Ulrich Loock. American Tan. London: Jay Jopling/White Cube, 2007.

Bright, Susan, Mario Sorrenti, Julianne Moore, Vince Aletti, Mert Alas, Marcus Piggott, Corinne Day, Steven Klein, Paolo Roversi, Mario Sorrenti. Face of Fashion. London: The National Portrait Gallery, 2007.

Hirst, Mark and Alistair Hicks. Beyond Sensation. London and Frankfurt: Deutsche Bank Art Collection, 2007.

Clarke, Michael. Verbalising the Visual. Lausanne: AVA Publishing SA, 2007.

Lullin, Etienne and Florian-Oliver Simm. Contemporary Art in Print: The Publications of Charles Booth-Clibborn and his imprint. The Paragon Press 2001-2006, London: The Paragon Press: Contemporary Editions Ltd, 2007.

Loock, Ulrich and David Anfam. Gary Hume: American Tan – Gloss, Charcoal, Bronze, Marble. London: White Cube, 2007.

Livingstone, Marco. Gary Hume Prints. London: White Cube, The Paragon Press, 2007.

Bracewell, Michael, Pi Li and Emily Butler. Aftershock: Contemporary British Art 1990 – 2006. London: The British Council, 2006.

Gasparina, Jill. L’ Art Contemporain et la Mode. Paris: Editions Cercle D’ Art, 2006.

Howgate, Sarah, Sandy Nairne. The Portrait Now. London: The National Portrait Gallery, 2006.

Nemitz, Barbara. Pink. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2006.

Hume, Gary. Gary Hume. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 2005.

Johannesen, Ina, Marianne Holtermann and Sarah Kent. London Calling: Y[oung] B[ritish] A[rtists] Criss-Crossed. Oslo: Galleri Kaare Berntsen, 2005.

Rose, Andrea and Caroline Douglas. Supernova. London: British Council, 2005.

Kopp, Robert, Philippe Büttner and Ulf Küster. Blumenmythos: Flower Myth. Riehen / Basel: Fondation Beyeler, 2005.

Grosenick, Uta. ART NOW. Taschen 2005

Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig. No. 1 First Works by 362 Artists. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, Inc, 2005.

Keller, Anne, Beatrix Ruf, Stefan Kalmar. Art at 30 St Mary Axe. Zurich: Swiss Reinsurance Group, 2005.

Schwabsky, Barry. Matisse. Masterpieces at Statens Museum for Kunst. Denmark: Statens Museum, 2005.

Prenzler, Anne and Michael Wilson. Gary Hume. Carnival/Karneval. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery; Hannover, Germany: Kestnergesellschaft, 2004.

Barrett, David and Lucy Head. Gary Hume. London: Royal Jelly Factory 2004.

Schneider, Eckhard, Kay Heymer and Rudolf Sagmeister. The Bird Has a Yellow Beak. Bregenz: Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2004.

Malik, Suhail. Paper Democracy. Contemporary Art in Editions on Paper. São Paulo: Edifício Cultura Inglesa, 2004.

Tøjner, Poul Erik and Ernst Jonas Bencard. The Flower As Image. Humlebaek: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2004.

Postle, Martin, Stephen Daniels, Nicholas Alfrey, Brent Elliott, Stephan Bann and Mary Horlock. Art of the Garden: The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day. London: Tate Publishing. 2004.

Brumfield, Jane. Painting is Dead, Long Live Painting. Contemporary British Painting Part One. Hastings: Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, 2004.

van Tuyl, Gijs and Carl H. Hahn. The Open Museum. The First Ten Years. Wolfsburg: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, 2004.

Jones, Allen, David Hockney. Royal Academy Illustrated 2004. London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2004.

Farr, Christopher, Matthew Bourne and Fiona Leslie. Contemporary Rugs. New York: Merrell, 2004.

Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2003.

Hwa Joo, Yeon, British Contemporary 28 October – 31 January 2004. Korea: Arario Gallery, 2003.

Painting Pictures: Painting and Media in the Digital Age. Wolfsburg: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, 2003.

De Cruz Gemma, Amanda Eliasch. British Artists at Work. London: Assouline, 2003.

Cook, Angus. Gary Hume. London: Jay Jopling / White Cube, 2002.

Burgi, Berhard and Pakesch, Peter. Painting on the Move. Basel: Kunstmuseum Basel, Museum fur Gegenwartskunst Basel, Kunsthalle Basel, 2002.

Gillick, Liam. White Cube. 44 Duke Street, St James’ London. Gottingen: Steidl, 2002.

Melly, George, and Louisa Buck, 2001 A Space Oddity. London: A22 Projects, 2001.

Blake, Peter. Royal Academy Illustrated. Summer Exhibition 2001. London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2001.

Kyander, Pontus. Sur face. Sweden: Lunds Konsthall, 2001.

Muir, Gregor, Gavin Eddy, Sam Cowan. Group Exhibition. London: UBS Warburg, 2001.

Schimmel, Paul. Public Offerings. New York and London: Thames and Hudson 2001.

Spruth, Monika, Frank Frangenberg and Suhail Malik. Spy – Thomas Grunfeld, Gary Hume, Andreas Schluze. Köln, Munich: Monika Spruth, Philomene Magers, 2001.

Invisible London. London: Ellipsis, 2001.

Booth-Clibborn, Patrick Elliot and Jeremy Lewison. Contemporary Art in Print. London: Booth-Clibborn Edition, 2001.

Rose, Andrea, Enrique Juncosa, Keith Hartley and Adrian Searle. Gary Hume. Barcelona: Fundació ‘La Caixa’, 2000.

Thorkildsen, Åsmund and Øystein Ustvedt. Sincerely Yours. Oslo: Astrup Fearnley Museum of Moderne Art, 2000.

Gibson, Robin and Norbert Lynton. Painting the Century. 101 Portrait Masterpieces 1900-2000. London: National Portrait Gallery, 2000.

Grosenick, Uta. ART NOW. Taschen, 2000

Gary Hume. British Pavilion XLVIII Venice Biennale 13 June – 7 November 1999. London: The British Council, 1999.

Hartley, Keith. Gary Hume. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 1999.

Searle, Adrian and David Batchelor. Gary Hume. second edition, London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1999.

Searle, Adrian and David Batchelor. Gary Hume. XLVIII Venice Biennale, London: The British Council, 1999.

Fortes, Márcia. ArtLovers Tracey. Liverpool, U.K.: The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, 1999.

Examining Pictures: exhibiting paintings. London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1999.

Hirst, Fairhurst, Hume, Helly. London: Nahmad Gallery Ltd, 1999.

Collings, Matthew, This is Modern Art. London: Weidenfield & Nicholson, 1999.

Stallabrass, Julian. High Art Lite. London: Verso, 1999.

Cork, Richard et al. Young British Art: The Saatchi Decade. London: Booth-Cilibborn Editions, 1999

Forrester, Gillian, Graphics! British Prints Now. New Haven: Yale Center for British Art, 1999.

Whitechapel Art Gallery. Gary Hume. London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1999.

Malbert, Roger. Richard Wentworth’s. Thinking Aloud, Kettle’s Yard. Cambridge 1998.

Livingstone, Marco. Signature Pieces: Contemporary British Prints and Multiples. London: Alan Cristea Gallery, 1998.

Archer, Michael et al. Distinctive Elements: Contemporary British Art Exhibition. Seoul, Korea: National Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998.

Beudert, Monique & Rainbird, Sean. Contemporary Art: The Janet Wolfson de Botton Gift. London: Tate Gallery Publications, 1998.

Broeker, Holger. UK Maximum Diversity. Vienna: Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, 1998.

Groom, Nick et al. Richard Wentworth's Thinking Aloud, National Touring Exhibition. London: Hayward Gallery, 1998.

Schorr, Collier. The Sound of One Hand: the collection of Collier Schorr. New York: Apex Art C.P., 1998.

Roberts, James et al. Real/Life: New British Art. Tokyo: The Asahi Shimbun, 1998.

Adams, Brooks, Lisa Jardine, Martin Maloney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone. Sensation. Young British Artists From The Saatchi Collection. London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1997.

Anderson, Michael. Display. Copenhagen: Charlottenborg Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997.

Bumpus, Judith. Jerwood Painting Prize 1997. London: Jerwood Foundaiton, 1997.

Button, Virginia, The Turner Prize. London: The Tate Gallery, 1997.

Coles, Sadie, Package Holiday. Hydra: Hydra Workshops, 1997.

Gallagher, Ann, Dimensions Variable: New Works for the British Council Collection. London: The British Council, 1997.

Kent, Sarah. Fiona Rae, Gary Hume. London: The Saatchi Gallery. 1997.

Molder, Jorge et al. A Ilho do Tesouro/Treasure Island, Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azeredo Perdigão. Lisbon: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1997.

Roberts, Sarah, Multiple Choice: Obras impesad de jovenes artistas Britanicos. London: The British Council, 1997.

Sieja, Janine, ed. Truce: Echoes of Art in an Age of Endless Conclusions. New Mexico Site Santa Fe, 1997.

Buck, Louisa. Moving Targets: A user's guide to British Art now. London: The Tate Gallery, 1997.

Collings, Matthew. Blimey! From Bohemia to Britpop: The London Artworld from Francis
Bacon to Damien Hirst.
Cambridge: 21 Publishing Ltd., 1997.

Shand Kydd, Johnnie. Spit Fire: Photographs from the Artworld. London: Thames & Hudson, 1997.

Bonami, Francesco. Gary Hume. Maastricht , Netherlands: Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht, 1996.

Douglas, Caroline. Gary Hume: Floor to Ceiling. London: The British Council, 1996.

Bill, Simon. XXIII Bienal de São Paulo. São Paulo: Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, 1996, p. 170.

Button, Virginia. The Turner Prize 1996. London: Tate Gallery Publishing Ltd, 1996.

Codognato, Mario. Artisti britannici a Roma. Rome: Umberto Allemandi & Co, 1996.

Elliott, David. About Vision: New British Painting in the 1990s. Oxford: Museum of Modern Art, 1996.

Görner, Veit. Full House: Young British Art. Wolfsburg: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, 1996.

Robson, Gavin. Ace! Arts Council Collection New Purchases. National Touring Exhibitions, London: The South Bank Centre, 1996.

Loock, Ulrich and Gregor Muir. Gary Hume Paintings. London: Kunsthalle Berne/Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1995.

Coelewij, Leontine & van Nieuwenhuyzen, Martin. Wild Walls. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1995.

Cork, Richard et al. The British Art Show 4, National Touring Exhibitions. London: The South Bank Centre, 1995.

Flood, Richard et al. Brilliant! New Art from London. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1995.

Freedman, Carl. Minky Manky. London: South London Art Gallery, 1995.

Gallagher, Anne & Roberts, James, eds. General Release: Young British Artists at Scuola di San Pasquale. London: The British Council, 1995.

Loock, Ulrich. Jahresbericht des Veriens Kunsthalle Bern. Bern: Kunsthalle Bern, 1995.

Searle, Adrian. New Voices. London: The British Council, 1995.

Wilson, Andrew. From Here. London: Waddington Galleries/Karsten Schubert, 1995.

The Magic Touch: New works by Gary Hume, Mark Wigan and PPQ. London: PPQ, 1994.

Searle, Adrian. Unbound: Possibilities in Painting. London: The South Bank Centre, 1994.

Kent, Sarah. Shark Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90s. London: Zwemmer, 1994.

Gladstone, Barbara & Westreich, Thea. The Rome Studio. Providence, R.I.: Brown University, 1993.

Archer, Michael & Cohen, Françoise. Etats spécifiques. Le Havre: Musée des Beaux-Arts André Malraux, 1992.

Gillick, Liam. Il Mistero dei 100 Dollari Scomparsi. Milan: Gio’ Marconi Gallery, 1992.

Hedley, Gill. New Voices: New works for the British Council Collection. London: The British Council, 1992.

Blanch, Teresa et al. Confrontaciones: Arte último británico y español. Madrid: Instituto de la Juventud, 1991.

Davenport, Guy. Artists’ Sketchbooks. New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 1991.

Graham-Dixon, Andrew. Broken English. London: Serpentine Gallery, 1991.

Gillick, Liam and Renton, Andrew, eds. Technique Anglaise: Current Trends in British Art. London: Thames and Hudson, 1991.

Collier, Caroline; Nairne, Andrew; Ward, David. The British Art Show 1990. London: The South Bank Centre, 1990.

Cooke, Lynne. A Paintings Show: Michael Craig-Martin, Gary Hume, Christopher Wool. London: Karsten Schubert Ltd, 1990.

East Country Yard Show. London: East Country Yard, 1990.

Graw, Isabelle, ed. Supply: The Köln Show. Cologne, 1990.

Selected Articles

Jury, Louise. "New sculpture trail, The Line, to appear along east London's waterways." London Evening Standard, July 11, 2014.

Royce-Greensill, Sarah. "Star names to line East London's walk of art." The Telegraph, July 13, 2014.

Shaw, Anny. "Former YBAs and conceptual artists take part in London sculpture trail." The Art Newspaper, July 11, 2014.

Aldridge, Nick. "I like to not know what I'm doing most of the time." Tate Britain, June 2013, 31-35.

Cumming, Laura. “Patrick Caulfield/Gary Hume – review.” The Observer, June 6, 2013.

Darwent, Charles. “Charles Darwent on art: Brushes out! It’s the Gary Hume and Patrick Caulfield show.” The Independent, June 8, 2013.

Dorment, Richard. “Gary Hume, Tate Britain, review.” The Telegraph, June 3, 2013.

Gayford, Martin. “Kate Moss Inspires Gary Hume, Caulfield Heads to the Bar.” Bloomberg, June 7, 2013.

O’Hagan, Sean. “Gary Hume: ‘I couldn’t hold down a job. That’s why I became an artist.’” The Observer, May 18, 2013.

Vogel, Carol. “Finding Meaning in the Mundane: A Midcareer Survey of Gary Hume Paintings.” The New York Times, June 20, 2013.

Wullschlager, Jackie. "Shared passions." Financial Times, June 8-9, 2013, 17.

Millard, Coline. "'I'm Not an Intellectual Artist, I'm Instinctive': Gary Hume Returns to Canvas." ArtInfo, January 19, 2012.

Sooke, Alastair. “Gary Hume: The Indifferent Owl, White Cube Hoxton Square & Mason’s Yard.” The Telegraph, January 23, 2012.

“In the studio: Gary Hume.” RA Magazine, Winter 2011.

Brown, Mark. “Arts Council’s third Flashback tour puts artist Gary Hume in spotlight.” The Guardian, December 21, 2011.

Wong, Matthew. “Made In Britain—Contemporary Art from the British Council 1980-2010.” Time Out Hong Kong Online, 20 July 2011.

Yüksel, Burcu. “Interview with Gary Hume.” RES, No. 7, June 2011, pp. 74-89

Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: Gary Hume.” The New York Times, 19 June 2009.

Straub: Kimberly. “Art: In Living Color.”, 12 May 2009

Wei, Lilly. "Gary Hume." ARTnews, September 2009, 110, 112.

Barber, Lynn. “Profit and gloss.” The Observer Magazine, 12 October 2008, pp.16-24

Neal, Jane. “Gary Hume.” Modern Painters, October 2008, p. 119

Sooke, Alastair. “Gary Hume: the doors that unhinged the establishment.”, 14 June 2008

Falconer, Morgan. “Gary Hume’s door paintings are enjoyably off-the-wall.” TimesOnline, 7 June 2008

Adrin, Rose. “The Many Lives of a Collector.” Apollo, January 2008, pp. 62-66

Williams, Gilda. “Gary Hume, White Cube.” ArtForum, January 2008, p.291

Greenberg, Sarah. “American Dreams.” RA Magazine, Autumn 2007, p. 103.

Lewis, Ben. “What’s left when you strip away all the gloss (paint)?” Evening Standard, 14 September 2007, pp. 38-39

Cumming, Laura. “New Amercian beauties.” The Observer, 9 September 2007.

Vallely, Paul. “Colour magic.” The Independent, 8 September 2007, pp. 35-39.

Pearman, Hugh. “A new gloss on American culture.” The Sunday Times Culture Magazine, 9 September 2007, pp. 20-21

Perry, Grayson. “How unfashionable: an artist who makes beautiful things.” The Times, 29 August 2007.

Hubbard, Sue. “Monomania.” The Independent, 12 August 2006, p.12

Coomer, Martin. “Dark Matter.” Time Out, 26 July – 2 August 2006, p.34

Wullschlager, Jakie. “Mortal concerns against a dark background.” Financial Times, 14 July 2006, p.11

Davis, Serena. “The art of darkness cast its spell.” The Daily Telegraph, 11 July 2006, p.23

Buck, Louisa. “Elton John’s bathroom more inspiring than renaissance art.” The Art Newspaper, July/ August 2006, p.35

Lubbock, Tom. “Apocalypse now and again.” The Independent, 26 June 2006, p.15

Theobald, Stephanie. “Life is sweet.” Harper’s Bazaar, June 2006, pp. 82-83

Jury, Louise. “Christmas at the Tate – and a flock of blackbirds in a fire tree.” The Independent, 3 December 2005, p.13

Reynolds, Nigel. “Tate and bile as Stuckists round on arts elite.” The Daily Telegraph, 3 December 2005, p. 11

“Strong’ art for sale in show.” Battle Observer, 5 August 2005. p. 79

“Vespa Art.” Art Monthly, No. 281, November 2004, p.16

Moore, Toby. “Portrait of an Enigma.” FT Magazine, 4 September 2004, p.8

Sweet, Matthew. “Surviving Britart.” The Independent Magazine, 12 June 2004, pp.26-32

Stocks, Christopher. “Budding genius.” The Independent on Sunday, 30 May 2004, p.29

“Artwork with a cutting edge.” East London Advertiser, 22 April 2004, p.25


Graham-Dixon, Andrew. “Gary Hume.” Contemporary, December 2003.

Dunne, Aidan. “Preview: Hanging Out.” R A Magazine, Summer 2003, p.36

“Gary Hume, Irish Museum of Modern Art.” The Art Newspaper, April 2003, p.26

Aidin, Rose. “The Future’s Bright.” The Times Magazine, 1 March 2003, pp. 30-31

“Gary Hume.” Modern Painters, Winter 2002, p.139

Scwabsky, Barry. “Gary Hume.” Tema Celeste, November/December 2002, pp. 44-49

O’Reilly, Sally. “Gary Hume.” Time Out, 9 October 2002, p.58

Gayford, Martin. “Sense of mystery without depth.” The Daily Telegraph, 2 October 2002, p.20

Güner, Fisun. “Sombre but still sexy.” Metro London, 1 October 2002, p.18

Buck, Louisa. “I want to abolish ‘me’ in my art.” The Art Newspaper, September 2002, p.28

Gayford, Martin. “Happy As Gary.” Harpers & Queen, September 2002, pp. 113-114

Hall, Sarah. “The Misfits, Gary Hume’s Royal Academy exhibition.” The Guardian, 17 May 2002, p.10

Kino, Carol. “Gary Hume at Matthew Marks.” Art in America, February 2002, p.121

Muir, Robin. “Nude awakening.” The Independent Magazine, 20 October 2001, pp. 7-8

Gleadell, Colin. “Artists’ Colony.” Telegraph Magazine, 13 October 2001, pp. 40-41

Wilson, Simon. “Deep Reflections.” Tate Magazine, Summer 2001, p.6

A.M.Holmes. “Hume for More.” Vanity Fair, March 2001, p.46

Higgins, Rita, “Mixing it in the art world.” The Sunday Times, 7 March 1999, magazine section, p. 17

Fulcher, Dawn, “The Enchanted Garden.” Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 19, p. 90

Higgie, Jennifer, “Gary Hume.” Bijutsu Techo (Tokyo), November 1998, pp. 10-15

Redhead, David, “When Gary met Georgie’, Elle Decoration, November 1998, pp. 94-101

Falconer, Morgan, “Beneath the surface of a shy superstar of painting.” Highbury & Islington Express, 30 October 1998, arts & leisure section, p. 27

Buck, Louisa, “London Calling: Gary Hume at Sadler's Wells.” The Art Newspaper, vol. 10, no. 85, October 1998, p. 53

Ingleby, Richard, “Art.” The Independent, 15 September 1998

Mi-Lui, Kim, “New Era in British Contemporary Art on show in Seoul.” The Korean Times, 4 September 1998, p. 2

Relyea, Lane, “Virtually Formal.” Artforum, vol. 37, no. 1, September 1998, pp. 126-133, 173

Auerbach, Annabella et al., “Art's New Establishment.” Independent on Sunday, 31 August 1998, review section, pp. 9-14

Lee, Sook-Kyung, “A look at Life and Art: British Contemporary Art Exhibition at the National
Museum of ‘Contemporary Art.” Woolgan Misool (Korea), August 1998, pp. 54-57

Millard, Rosie, “Summer Pudding.” Art Review, July/August 1998, pp. 48-49

Sladen, Mark, “The South Bank Show: Young British Artists.” Tate: The Art Magazine, issue 15, Summer 1998, p. 78

Baker, Lindsay, “The Beauty Bomber.” The Guardian, 2 May 1998, pp. 40-43

Pollack, Barbara, “Green Cards: yBa's in the US.” Art Monthly, no. 214, March 1998, pp. 44-45.

Collings, Matthew, “Sensation.” Artforum, vol. 36, no. 5, January 1998, pp. 94-95

Ville de, Nicholas, “Ways of Seeing and the Pleasure of the Visual.” Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 18, pp. 56-62

Adams, Brooks, “Gary Hume.” Elle Décor (US edition), October/November 1997, pp. 72-78.

Coomer, Martin, “The Jerwood Painting Prize.” Time Out, no. 1416, 8-5 October 1997, p. 51

Gayford, Martin, “Painted into a Corner.” The Daily Telegraph, 1 October 1997, p. 16

Lambirth, Andrew, “Time to put a little gloss on the presentation.” The Independent, 30 September 1997, features section, p. 19

Morrissey, Simon, “Fiona Rae, Gary Hume.” Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 14, pp. 64-65

Reynolds, Nigel, “From Sensation to £30,000 prize.” The Daily Telegraph, 30 September 1997, p. 10

Herbert, Martin et al., special supplement: “It's a Sensation but is it Art?.” Time Out, no. 1412, 10-17 September 1997

Collings, Matthew, “The New Establishment.” Independent on Sunday, 31 August 1997, pp. 9-14

Glueck, Grace, “Gary Hume.” The New York Times, Friday 16 May 1997

Garratt, Sheryl, “Gary Hume.” The Face, vol. 3, no. 1, February 1997, pp. 76-80

Fortes, Márcia, “XXIII Biennial International de São Paulo.” Frieze, issue 32, January/February 1997, p. 76

Ingleby, Richard, “Fiona Rae, Gary Hume.” The Independent, 24 January 1997, Arts p. 23

Cork, Richard, “Teasing and Pleasing in full colour.” The Times, 21 January 1997, p. 35a

Kent, Sarah, “Access Denied.” Time Out, no. 1377, 8-15 January 1997, p. 48

Buck, Louis, “Works in progress.” GQ Magazine, issue 90, December 1996, pp. 86-90

Graham-Dixon, Andrew, “Spreading the Word.” The Independent, 12 November 1996, pp. 4-5

MacMillan, Ian, “Bold with beauty.” Modern Painters, vol. 9, no. 4, Winder 1996, pp. 36-3

Beckett, Andy, “Is there life after the dead cow?.” The Independent on Sunday, 27 October 1996, p. 18-19

Caderno, Dois, “Gary Hume.” Correio Brazilense (Brazil), 16 October 1996, p. 1

Gonçalves Filho, Antonio, “Gary Hume.” O Estado de São Paulo, 3 October 1996

Barbosa, Mariana, “Gary Hume aspresemta obras figurativas.” O Estado de São Paulo (Brazil), 19 September, 1996, p. D7

Boogerd van den, Dominic, “Schijingestalten: De synthetische schilderijen van Gary Hume.” Jong Holland, no.1, 1996, pp. 9-14

Bovier, Lionel et al., special feature on Gary Hume, Parkett, no. 48, pp. 12-39

Floravante, Celso, “Grã-Bretanha traz Gary Hume de Sao Paulo.” Folha de São Paulo, 10 August 1996, p. 4

Garnett, Robert, “Beyond the Hype.” Art Monthly, no. 195, April 1996, pp. 43-4

MacRitchie, Lynn, “Their Brilliant Careers.” Art In America, vol. 84, no. 4, April 1996, pp. 80-84

Chant, Katharine, “Gary Hume.” Exeter Express & Echo, 17 January 1996, p. 19

Herbert, Martin and Saunders, Mark, “Next Stop Barbados.” Dazed & Confused Magazine, issue 26, pp. 54-57

Lister, David. “Worry on Virginia.” Modern Painters, January 1996, pp. 63-64

Kastner, Jeffrey, “Brilliant?.” Art Monthly, no. 192, December 1995/January 1996, pp. 10-11, 13-15

Tomkins, Calvin, “London Calling.” The New Yorker, 11 December 1995

Maloney, Martin, “Gary Hume.” Artforum, vol. 34, no. 4, December 1995, pp. 62, 65

Bangma, Anke, “Wild Walls.” Frieze, issue 25, November/December 1995, pp. 61-62

'Frieze talks to Richard Flood, curator of “Brilliant!.” Frieze, issue 25, November/December 1995, pp. 32-36

Gale, Iain, “In the realm of the senses.” The Independent, 28 November 1995, Arts section, pp. 8-9

Smith, Roberta, “Some British Moderns Seeking to Shock.” The New York Times, 23 November 1995, pp. C11,C14

MacRitchie, Lynn, “Shock artists.” Financial Times, 17 November 1995, p. 15

Corrigan, Susan, “Americana.” The Observer, 12-19 November, p. 46

Guha, Tania, “Hardcore Part 2.” Time Out, no. 1314, 25 October-1 November 1995, p. 48

Gott, Richard, “Where the art is.” The Guardian, 7 October 1995, p. 36

Bevan, Roger, “Entrepreneurial, confrontational and working class: it's Brilliant!.” The Art Newspaper, no. 52, October, 1995, p. 10

Planca, Elisabetta, “Cittá d'arte: Londra.” Arte (Italy), no. 266, October 1995, pp. 98-105

Lutyens, Dominic, “Gary Hume.” What's On In London, 27 September 1995, p. 21

Currah, Mark, “Beige Watch.” Time Out, no. 1308, 13-29 September 1995, p. 51

Cork, Richard, “Hirst Among Equals.” The Times, 12 September 1995, 10 May 1995, p. 31a

Cork, Richard, “Figures add up to newfound freedom.” The Times, 12 September, p. 33a

Collings, Matthew, “Welcome to our repartee.” Modern Painters, vol. 8, no. 4, Winter 1995, pp. 25-28

Wakefield, Neville, “Quite Brilliant.” Tate: The Art Magazine, issue 7, Winter, pp. 32-39

Archer, Michael, “Home and away.” Art Monthly, no. 188, July/August 1995, pp. 8-10

Dannatt, Adrian, “The Luxury of Doing Nothing.” Flash Art International, no. 183, Summer 1995, pp. 97-99

Zaugg, Fred, “Schwingtüren und die Farbe Magnolia.” Der Bund, 12 May 1995

Currah, Mark, “Gary Hume.” Time Out, no. 1289, 3-10 May 1995, p. 47

Muir, Gregor, “Vague.” Art & Text, no. 51, May 1995, pp. 38-43

Guha, Tania, “A Gloss on Gary.” Vogue, April, p. 71

Searle, Adrian, “Life, the universe and everything.” The Independent, 18 April 1995, p. 20

Hall, James, “Grime under the Gloss.” The Guardian, 11 April 1995, p. 4

Lillington, David, “Iconen van vertwijfeling: Een interview met schilder Gary Hume.” Metropolis, no. 3, pp. 36-39

Wilson, Andrew, “Breaking content from form.” Art & Design, vol. 10, March/April 1995, pp. 7-19

Adams, Brooks, “Gary Hume.” Frieze, issue 20, January/February 1995, pp. 50-51

Goodman, Jonathan, “Gary Hume.” Art News, vol. 94, no. 1, January 1995, p. 164

Wakefield, Neville, “Gary Hume.” Artforum, vol. 33, no. 5, January 1995, pp. 84-85

Spinelli, Marcelo, “Gary Hume.” ‘Brilliant!’ March 30, 1995

Smith, Roberta, “Gary Hume.” The New York Times, 21 October 1994

Myerson, Clifford., “On Painting I.” Art Monthly, No. 179, September 1994, pp. 13-16

Batchelor, David, “Behind a painted smile.” Frieze, issue 16, May 1994, pp. 18-21

Currak, Mark, “White Cube.” Time Out, May 3

“The Magic Touch.” Present, April 12th, 1994.

“Sort of, almost in a way, nearly.” The Independent, 15th March, 1994, p. 23

Norman, Geraldine, “The contemporary capital.” Sunday Times, March 6th 1994, p. 34-35

Archer, Michael, “Unbound.” Art & Text, no. 48, 1994, p. 85

Flood, Richard, “Smashing!.” Frieze, January 1994, pp. 32-36

Hall, James, “Pure Gold (smiths’).” Arts and Media, January 1994, p.50

Stock, John, “Acclaim for the class of ‘88.” The Arts, January 1994

Muir, Gregor. “Interview Gary Hume.” Vague, January 1994 p.44-45

De Ville, Nicholas. “Ways of Seeing.” Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 18, January 1994 pp .55-62

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