Jeremy Deller

Born 1966, London; Lives in London.

Education

1992 University of Sussex
1988 Courtauld Institute of Art

Current & Forthcoming

2017 ‘Jeremy Deller: Video Works’, MOCA, Cleveland
  ‘Sixty Years’, Tate Britain, London
  ‘High Line Plinth’, High Line at West 14th Street, New York
  ‘The shyness of the crowns’, FRAC Lorraine, France, touring to MARCO Vigo, Spain
  ‘British Art: Ancient Landscapes’, The Salisbury Museum, Salisbury
  ‘VOICE’, Coreana Museum of Art, Seoul
  ‘Mix it – pop music and video art’, MARTA Museum of Art & Design, Herford
  ‘True Faith (Curated by Matthew Higgs and Jon Savage)’, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester
  ‘Skulptur Projekte Münster’
  ‘WE ARE THE REMIX’, Röda Sten Konsthall, Göteborg
  ‘Acid Brass’, Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, Preston

Solo Exhibitions

2016 ‘The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular’, Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao, Touring
2015 ‘The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular’, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires, Touring
  ‘The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular’, University Museum of Contemporary Art, (MUAC), Mexico City, Touring
  ‘The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular’, CA2M, Madrid, Touring
2014 ‘English Magic Remix’, CRATE Space, Margate (With Fraser Muggeridge)
  The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow
  ‘Directions: Jeremy Deller’, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
2013 ‘Jeremy Deller with Alan Kane’, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh
  ‘It's a Kind of English Magic: Notes from the Venice Biennale’, British Council, Spring Gardens, London
  ‘English Magic’, British Pavillion, Giardini de Castello, 30122, Venice Biennale, Venice (Touring to Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai; William Morris Gallery, London; Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol; Turner Contemporary, Margate.)
2012 Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
  Art concept, Paris
  ‘Sacrilige’, FIAC, Paris (Esplanade des Invalides)
  GFT, Glasgow (Screening of The Bruce Lacey Experience)
  ‘Bats in Space’, The White Building, London (Collaboration with Create 12 and Professor Kate Jones (Bat Conservation Trust))
  ‘Sacrilege - www.sacrilege2012.co.uk’, Cultural Olympiad, London 2012 Festival, London (Throughout Britain, see www.sacrilege2012.co.uk)
  ‘Sacrilege’, Glasgow Green, Glasgow (Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2012)
  ‘A Room for London | Hearts of Darkness’, Cultural Olympiad, London 2012 Festival, London
  ‘Joy In People’, Touring exhibition, Touring to Hayward Gallery, London (2012); Wiels Centre for Contemporary Art, Brussels (2012); Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2012); and Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis (2013)
2011 ‘Jeremy Deller: Manchester Tracks’, RISD Museum, Providence (Spalter New Media Gallery)
  Bradford 1 Gallery, Bradford (Ways of Looking Festival)
  Upstairs at The Modern Institute Osborne Street, Glasgow
2010 ‘Baghdad, 5 March 2007: A New Display with Jeremy Deller’, Imperial War Museum, London (Touring to Imperial War Museum North, Manchester)
  ‘Local Artist’, Void, Derry
2009 ‘Procession’, Manchester (Manchester International Festval)
  ‘It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq’, The New Museum, New York (Touring to Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago)
2008 ‘Carte Blanche à Jeremy Deller’, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
2007 Münster Sculpture Project, Münster
2006 ‘Jeremy Deller: A Retrospective at Two Sites’, Mercer Union, Toronto
  ‘Jeremy Deller: A Retrospective at Two Sites’, The Art Gallery of York University, Toronto
  ‘EDITED RUSHES 1998-2001 WITH EXTRAS’, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
  ‘Jeremy Deller’, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
  ‘Steam Powered Internet Machine’, Turner Contemporary, Margate (With Alan Kane)
2005 ‘Folk Archive’, Barbican Art Gallery Curve, London (With Alan Kane)
  ‘Jeremy Deller’, Kunstverein, Munich
  ‘Jeremy Deller: An Injury To One Is An Injury To All’, BAWAG Foundation, Vienna
2004 ‘The Battle of Orgreave Archive - An Injury To One Is An Injury To All’, Art Unlimited
2003 ‘Memory Bucket’, Artpace, San Antonio
  ‘This is US’, CD produced in association with the centre for curatorial studies, Red Hook
2002 Art:Concept, Paris
  ‘After The Goldrush’, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco
2001 ‘Battle of Orgreave’, Orgreave, South Yorkshire
1999 ‘Unconvention’, Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff
1998 Art:Concept, Paris
1997 ‘Acid Brass’, an ongoing project and collaboration with the Williams Fairey Brass Band
1996 ‘At Home’, Cabinet Gallery, London
1995 ‘Ten Day Weekend’, The Arches, Glasgow
1994 ‘The Search for Bez’, Art Cologne, Cologne
  ‘Weekenders’, Cubitt, London (Curated by Matthew Higgs)
  ‘Paris Loves Croydon’, Poster Studio, London
1993 Centre 181 Gallery, London
  ‘Home Alone’, Dulwich, London
  Void, Derry

Group Exhibitions

2017 ‘Skulptur Projekte Münster’
  ‘WE ARE THE REMIX’, Röda Sten Konsthall, Göteborg
  ‘People never notice anything’, Guest Projects, London
  ‘North: Identity, Photography, Fashion’, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
2016 Sao Paolo Biennale, Sao Paolo
  ‘THE INFINITE MIX’, Southbank Centre
  ‘Fiesta Mobile, part of High Line Channel 14’, High Line Art, New York
  ‘Labor Relations. From the International Contemporary Art Collection of Wrocław Contemporary Museum.’, Wrocław Contemporary Museum, Wrocław
  ‘Metatextile: Ruptured narratives, exchanged values’, Edel Assanti, London
  ‘Energy Flash’, Museum van Hedendaagse, Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp
  ‘HACKING HABITAT. Art of Control’, The Old Prison, Wolvenplein, Utrecht (Curated by Foundation Niet Normaal)
2015 ‘Risk’, Turner Contemporary, Margate
  ‘Landscape with Machines’, Coalbrookdale Gallery, Ironbridge Gorge
  ‘La Vie Moderne’, Lyon Biennale, Lyon (curated by Ralph Rugoff)
  ‘Gimme Shelter – forts and fictions in the lowlands’, KunstFort Asperen, Fort Nieuwersluis and Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen
  ‘All the World's Futures’, Venice Biennale, Venice (curated by Okwui Enwezor)
  ‘Stitch in Time: The Fabric of Contemporary Life’, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
2014 ‘Confessions of the Imperfect: On Art, History and Use: 1848 - 1989 - today’, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
  ‘Primal Architecture’, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
  ‘The Nuisance of Landscape: Grizedale - The Sequel’, Abbot Hall, The Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry, Blackwell
  ‘Politika - Art and the Affairs of the City’, Upper Space, Manchester
  ‘Burning Down the House’, 10th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju
  ‘Summer Exhibition’, Royal Academy of Arts, London
  ‘Art Across The City 2014’, International Contemporary Public Art Festival, Swansea
  ‘Somewhat Abstract; Selection from the Arts Council Collection’, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham
  ‘Take Liberty’, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo
  ‘Cosmopolitan: Envisioning Global Communities’, Harn Musuem of Art, University of Florida, Gainsville
  ‘Motopoètique’, Musée d'art Contemporain, Lyon (curated by Paul Ardenne)
  ‘Over & Over the Rainbow’, Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon
  ‘Private Utopia: Contemporary Works from the British Council Collection’, British Council touring show, British Council touring exhibition. Touring to Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo (2014); Itami City Museum Of Art, Itami (2014); The Museum Of Art, Kochi (2014); Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art, Okayama (2015)
  ‘Sacrilege’, Sydney Festival 2014, Sydney
2013 ‘MUSEUM OFF MUSEUM’, Bielefelder Kunstverein, Bielefeld
  ‘Saber Desconocer’, 43 Salón (inter) Nacional de Artistas, Medellin
  ‘A Second Lore: A Folklore Contemporary Collection’, CUAC Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City
  ‘Ordinary / Extra / Ordinary’, The Public, West Bromwich
  ‘Sin motivo aparente’, CA2M, Madrid
  ‘DLA Piper Series: Constellations’, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
  ‘TOGETHER / APART’, Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
  ‘Mobile M+ Inflation’, West Kowloon cultural District Promenade, Hong Kong
  ‘TECTONIC’, The Moving Museum, Dubai
  ‘The Life of Others. Repetition and Survival’, Akbank Sanat, Istanbul
  ‘Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions’, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo (Screening of Exodus)
2012 ‘Pop Politics : Activism at 33 Revolutions’, CA2M, Madrid
  ‘AKA PEACE’, ICA, London
  ‘Panem et Circenses’, 83 Page Street, London
  ‘Britain Creates 2012’, Cultural Olympiad, London 2012 Festival, London
  ‘Wide Open School’, Hayward Gallery, London (Jeremy Deller with Ed Hall, Banner Making Workshop)
  ‘A Peculiar Form of Fiction’, s1 Art Space, Sheffield
  ‘Manifesta 9’, Waterschei, Genk, Limburg, Belgium
  ‘The Gospel According To... (part 1)’, The Holden Gallery, Manchester School of Art, Manchester
  Latitutde, Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk (screening of the Bruce Lacey Experience)
2011 ‘The Writing On Your Wall’, Edinburgh Printmakers (Curated by Rob Tufnell)
  ‘Specters of the Nineties’, Marres Centre for Contemporary Art, Maastricht
  ‘September 11’, MoMA PS1, New York
  ‘Yes, We Don't’, Institute d'Art contemporain, Villeurbanne (With Alan Kane)
2010 ‘Coniston and Torver Christmas Farmers Market and Art Fair’, The Coniston Institute, Coniston, Cumbria
  ‘Hareng Saur: Ensor and Contemporary Art’, SMAK, Ghent
  ‘São Paulo Biennale’, Sao Paolo Biennale, Sao Paolo
  ‘La revanche de l'archive photographique’, Centre de la photographie, Geneva
  ‘At Home/Not At Home (From the collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg)’, Hessel Museum, Bard College, New York (Curated by Mathew Higgs)
  ‘Bagna Cauda’, Art concept, Paris
  ‘The Storyteller’, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
  ‘Grand National / Britisk kunst’, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen
  ‘Languages and Experimentations. Young Artists in a Contemporary Collection’, MART museum, Rovereto
  ‘Participation. Politics of Community’, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg
  ‘Don't Piss On Me and Tell Me It's Raining’, Apexart, New York
  ‘The House of Fairy Tales’, Millennium, St. Ives, Cornwall
  ‘Peeping Tom’, Vegas Gallery, London
  ‘Crash’, Gagosian Gallery, London
  ‘Reflection - alternative worlds envisioned by video’, Art Tower, Mito, Japan
  ‘Morality Act III: And the moral of the story is...’, Witte de With, Rotterdam
  ‘Jeremy Deller: THE POSTERS CAME FROM THE WALLS’, Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
2009 ‘We Can Breathe In Space, They Just Don't Want Us to Escape’, Altefabrik, Rapperswill-Jona Switzerland (Gebert Stiftung für Kultur)
  ‘Dead Air’, Frac-Collection Aquitaine, Bordeaux
  ‘Parades and Procession: Here Comes Everybody’, London
2008 ‘History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize’, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (Touring to Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow)
  ‘Tales of Time and Space’, Folkestone Sculpture Triennial, Folkestone
  ‘On Procession’, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis
  ‘Under Influence’, Kunsthaus Dresden, Dresden
  ‘Fourth Plinth’, National Gallery, London
  ‘Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane’, White Columns, New York
  ‘Biennale of Sydney 2008’, Sydney
  ‘Amateurs’, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco
  ‘Peter Saville : Accessories to an artwork’, Paul Stolper, London
  ‘Reality Check’, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
2007 ‘Turner Prize: A Retrospective 1984–2006’, Tate Britain, London
  2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow
  ‘Memorial to the Iraq War’, ICA, London
  Prague Biennale 3, Prague
  ‘Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool and the Avant-Garde’, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
  ‘Breaking Step’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
2006 ‘Of Mice and Men’, 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Berlin
  ‘PARANOIA’, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
  ‘Folk Archive’, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall (With Alan Kane)
  ‘East International’, Norwich Gallery, Norwich (Selector)
  ‘Making History: Art and Documentary in Britain from 1929 to Now’, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
  ‘Transmission’, Villa Arson, Nice
  ‘Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires’, Ancient & Modern, London
  ‘How to Improve the World, British Art 1946-2006’, Hayward Gallery, London
  ‘In the poem about love you don't write the word love’, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis (Sue Tompkins Live Performance 'Elephants Galore'. Touring exhibition. Touring to Musée du cinéma, Brussels; Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow; Artist's Space, New York; Overgaden, Copenhagen; amongst other venues.)
2005 ‘Dialectics of Hope’, 1st Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow
  ‘The Battle of Orgreave’, B.P.S.22 Espace de Creation Contemporaine, Charleroi
  ‘Populism’, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Produced by NIFCA, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art)
  ‘War is Over 1945 - 2005. The Freedom of Art’, GAMeC, Bergamo
  ‘Faltering Flame’, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield
  ‘Interstate’, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York
  ‘Once More With Feeling’, Reg Vardy Gallery, University of Sunderland
  ‘Herald St and The Modern Institute present’, Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
2004 ‘The Turner Prize’, Tate Britain, London (Winner)
  54th Carnegie International - Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg
  ‘Folk Archive’, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (Screening of Veteran's Day Parade and Memory Bucket)
  ‘Candyland Zoo’, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury
  ‘Britannia Works’, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Centre, Athens (Organised by the British Council show)
  ‘Recall’, MOMA, Oxford
  Taipei Biennale, Taipei
  ‘This Much Is Certain’, The Royal College of Art, London
  ‘Shh!!!’, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
  ‘Frankfurt City of Culture’, Frankfurt (A ballet co-directed by Vivienne Newport and Jo Ann Endicott)
  ‘Manifesta 5’, Donostia
2003 ‘New Works: 03.3’, Artpace, San Antonio
  ‘We'll Meet You in the Lobby’, Buyuk Londra Oteli, Istanbul
  ‘Ill Communication’, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee
  ‘Art and Music Unite’, Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Zealand
  ‘Micro/Macro: British Art 1996-2002’, Kunsthalle Mucsarknok, Budapest
  ‘Bad Behaviour’, Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Arts Council Collection Touring to Aberystwyth Arts Centre; The Metropole Arts Centre; The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery; Newcastle University, Hatton Art Gallery; Millennium Court Arts Centre; Djanogly Art Gallery; Tullie House, Carlisle)
  ‘The 4th Age’, Pitti Immagine, Florence
  ‘Utopia Station’, Venice Biennale, Venice
  ‘Don't Hate the Media, Become the Media’, Videozartes, Espace Delrue
  ‘Brighton Photo Biennale’, Brighton (With Alan Kane)
  ‘Electric Earth’, Saint Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (British Council Touring Exhibition)
2002 Biennale of Movement and Image, Geneva
  ‘Rock My World’, Californian College of Arts and Crafts, Los Angeles
  ‘Jack, Cynch and XLR’, Centre d'Art du Crestet, Vaison La Romaine
  Low Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘The Gap Show: Young Critical Art from Great Britain’, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund
  ‘'Happy Outsiders from London and Scotland’, Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw
2001 ‘Pyramids of Mars’, Barbican Centre, London
  ‘Hotel Sub Rosa’, Cabinet Gallery, London
  ‘Social Hackers’, Centre d'edition contemporaine, Geneva
  ‘City Racing’, ICA, London
  ‘Record All-Over’, mamco, Geneva
  ‘I Love Melancholy: Emotional States in British Art’, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton
  ‘Wales: Unauthorised Versions’, Zagreb (Curated by Alex Farquharson)
  ‘Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis’, Tate Modern, London
2000 ‘Transfert’, 5th Swiss Exhibition of Sculpture, Bienne
  ‘Village Disco’, Cabinet Gallery, London
  ‘Presumed Innocent’, CAPC, Bordeaux
  ‘Republic’, Grazer Kunstverein, Graz
  ‘Milan’, London Orphan Asylum, London (Curated by Gilda Williams)
  ‘Social Hackers’, Muv Gallery, Helsinki
  New British Art 2000, London
  ‘Democracy!’, Royal College of Art, London
  ‘Intelligence’, Tate Triennalle, London
  ‘Protest and Survive’, Whitechapel, London
  ‘TRANS_ACTIONS’, Art
  The British Art Show, Edinburgh
1999 ‘NX’, Espace des Arts, Chalon
  ‘Crossing’, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague
  ‘Expander 1.0’, Jousse seguin, Paris
  ‘Changing the Air’, Musee d'art Moderne, Villeneuve d'Ascq
1998 ‘Salon 3', T-shirt by Jeremy Deller in collaboration with Agnes B, London 'Crossing', Kunsthalle Wien 'Voice Over: Sound and Visi'’, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris
1997 ‘NRXLRTE’, Index Gallery, Stockholm
  ‘Life/Live’, Musee de Belem, Portugal
  ‘Bring Your Own Walkman’, W139, Amsterdam
  ‘Lovecraft’, CCA, Glasgow (The South London Gallery, London)
1996 ‘insanestupidphatfuctpervert’, Concrete Skates, Glasgow (Touring exhibition. Touring to Cubitt, London)
  ‘Poppocultural’, South London Gallery, London
  ‘Co-operators’, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton
  ‘Kiss This’, Focal Point Gallery, Southend
1995 ‘Crash’, 263 Cowgate, Edinburgh
  ‘Country Code’, Bravin Post Lee, New York
  ‘My Darling Cicciolina’, Curtain Road, London
  ‘Aperto Previously Unreleased’, Nevers, France
  ‘East International’, Norwich Gallery, Norwich
  ‘Sex Drugs and Rock and Roll’, Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco
  ‘22 44 22’, South London Gallery, London
  ‘The Butterfly Ball’, Stringfellows Night Club, London
  ‘Supastore’, Middlesborough Art Gallery, Middlesborough
  ‘Constable can't you see my predicament?’, Clacton-on-Sea (With Simon Periton and Alan Kane)
1994 ‘Imprint 94’, Cabinet Gallery, London
  ‘Shop Group Show’, Kunstverein Hamburg, Hamburg
  ‘Supastore 94’, Laure Genillard, London
  ‘Trumpf’, The Hamburg Metro, Hamburg
  ‘Lost Paradise’, The Kunstraum, Vienna
1993 City Racing, London
  ‘The Love Show’, Daniel Bucholz Gallery, Cologne
  ‘Instructions’, Gio Marconi, Milan

Group Screenings

2017 Magic Lantern Film Festival, Rome
  ‘Night + Day Festival’, The Whirled Cinema, Brixton
2015 ‘Art Social 2015’, House of St Barnabas, London (screening of So Many Ways To Hurt You (The Life and Times of Adrian Street))
2014 ‘Art Screen’, GFT, Glasgow (Screening of The Bruce Lacey Experience)

Curatorial Projects

2016 ‘Iggy Pop Life Class’, Brooklyn Museum
2014 ‘Love is Enough: William Morris and Andy Warhol’, Modern Art Oxford (curated by Jeremy Deller)
2013 ‘All That is Solid Melts Into Air’, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (Hayward Touring exhibition. Touring to Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester; Nottingham Castle, Nottingham; Mead Gallery, University of Warwick, Conventry; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle.)
2012 ‘The Bruce Lacey Experience’, Camden Arts Centre, London (Curated by Jeremy Deller and David Allan Mellor)
2000 ‘Folk Archive’, an ongoing project with Alan Kane investigating UK folk and vernacular art
1997 ‘The Uses of Literacy’, Norwich Gallery, Norwich (Touring to Cabinet Gallery, London and CCA, Glasgow.)

Performances

2017 ‘Acid Brass’, Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, Preston

Bibliography

Press

2016 Ellis-Petersen, Hannah: Jeremy Deller flies flag for Thomas More‘s Utopia, 500 years later, The Guardian, 25/01/2016
2015 Deller, Jeremy: ‘Jeremy Deller’s artworks draw links between Victorian factories and zero-hours contracts’, The Guardian, 07/2015
2014 Cooke, Rachel: Jeremy Deller: ‘Ed‘s banners have become a bit of a motif in my work‘, The Guardian, 20/07/2014
  Griffin, Tim: ‘From Art to Artifact’, Parkett, No. 95 2014
  Ades, Dawn: Jeremy Deller‘s English Histories, Parkett, No. 95 2014
  Deller, Jeremy: ‘Stone Circle, Avebury’, Frieze Masters, 2014
  Dillon, Brian: ‘The Uses of History’, Parkett, No. 95 2014
2013 Fox, Dan: ‘Then & Now’, Frieze, No. 159 11/2013
  ‘Consumed’, Art Review, Vol. 65 10/2013
  Birnbaum, Daniel: ‘Garden States’, Artforum, Vol. 52 09/2013
  Stokes, Emily: ‘Lunch with FT: Jeremy Deller’, Financial Times, 02/08/2013
  Sharp, Rob: Olympic Park to Host Jeremy Deller‘s Stonehenge, Blouin Artinfo, 07/2013
  Lock, Isaac: ‘Profile: Mr. Jeremy Deller’, Fantastic Man, 05/2013
  Superkaleidoscope: ‘Memory, Re-Performance, and the Iterable Gesture Pictorial’, Das Superpaper, 26 03/2013
  Bembekoff, Marc: ‘Curatorial/Postcuratorial’, Palais de Tokyo, 18 2013
  McLean-Ferris, Laura: ‘From Black Eyes and Lemonade to Jeremy Deller’, Kaleidoscope, Issue 18 2013
  Ed. Jeremy Deller: ‘Great Britons’, Art Review, 69 2013
  Luke, Ben: ‘Jeremy Deller’, RA, No. 119 2013
2012 Hunt, Andrew: ‘Making More Stuff, Jeremy Deller and Scott King’, Mousse Magazine, 36 12/12/2012
  Gavin, Francesca: ‘In search of everyday strangeness’, Sleek, 09/2012
  Bennett, Matthew: ‘Indelible Grace’, Clash, 06/2012
  Hoyle, Ben: ‘Bouncy castle artist chosen at biennale’, The Times, 15/05/2012
  Kennedy, Maev: Pied piper of culture’ gets Venice showcase, The Guardian, 15/05/2012
  Deller, Jeremy: ‘Folk Tales’, Time Out London, 03/2012
  Ward, Ossian: ‘People Person’, Time Out London, 03/2012
  O'Kane, Paul: ‘Out of this World’, Art Monthly, 02/2012
  Barkham, Patrick: ‘Bat man’, The Guardian G2, 30/01/2012
2011 Higgins, Charlotte: ‘Jeremy Deller, Turner prizewinner, to have Hayward Gallery retrospective’, The Guardian, 06/12/2011
  Eshun, Ekow: It‘s the taking part that counts, The Independent, 21/06/2011
  Luke, Ben: ‘Biennial or Bust: Jeremy Deller’, The Art Newspaper, No. 225 06/2011
  Azimi, Negar: ‘Good Intentions’, Frieze, Issue 137 03/2011
2010 Byrne, David & Deller, Jeremy: ‘Meeting of Minds: Audio Games’, Modern Painters, 03/2010
2009 Pulver, Andrew: ‘The Posters came from the Walls’, The Guardian, 30/11/2009
  Smith, Arthur: This is your driver speaking‘..., The Times, 21/07/2009
  Powell, Mark: ‘A chance to be together for Jeremy Deller’, metro.co.uk, 30/06/2009
  ‘What would your nugget of philosophy be?’, The Observer, 28/06/2009
  Backer, Stina: ‘Can Sartre and Gandhi really make a Tube journey fly by?’, The Independent, 26/06/2009
  Hastings, Sheena: ‘Fed up of the crush on the To be? Just be philosophical about it’, Yorkshire Post, 26/06/2009
  Gandhi‘s quotes to greet London Metro passengers‘, The Times of India, 26/06/2009
  Suroor, Hasan: ‘Gandhiji’s quotes to engage Tube passengers’, The Hindu, 26/06/2009
  Kennedy, Stephanie: ‘Humour at the Station’, ABC.net, 26/06/2009
  ‘The Philosophy of the underground,’, News:lite, 26/06/2009
  ‘Tube drivers to read out Shakespeare quotations’, Telegraph, 26/06/2009
  ‘Underground Wisdom’, The Times, 26/06/2009
  ‘Gandhi quotations to comfort London Underground Passengers’, The Economic Times, 25/06/2009
  Tobin, Dominic: ‘Message to Tube commuters: Hell is other people’, The London News, 25/06/2009
  ‘Philosophy is going underground’, BBC Radio 4, 25/06/2009
  Ormsby, Avril: ‘Trains of thought: philosophy goes underground’, Reuters India, 25/06/2009
  ‘Tube Drivers’ Philosophical Announcements’, London Underground Blogspot, 25/06/2009
  ‘Tube to Platform inspiring words’, News Sniffer, 25/06/2009
  Jury, Louise: ‘We apologise for this delay to your service, but to live is to dream’, London Evening Standard, 25/06/2009
  ‘Wisdom-dispensing London Tube drivers take riders on a journey from A to B, via E equals mc2’, Fox 43, Pennsylvania, 25/06/2009
  ‘Tube to Platform inspiring words’, BBC News, 24/06/2009
  Luke, Ben: ‘Jeremy Deller On The Road’, Art World, 06/2009
  Ward, Ossian: ‘Art: The Genius of Jermey Deller’, Time Out London, 28/05/2009
  ‘Press Release’, Transport for London, 05/2009
  Cook, Xerxes: ‘Gut Feelings: Thomas Hirschhorn critques our enduring fascination with brutality’, Tank, Issue 7 04/2009
  Luke, Ben: ‘Jermey Deller: On the Road’, Art World, 2009
  ‘Train of Thought: Underground gets Philosophical’, AFP, 2009
  Kennedy, Stephanie: ‘Tube drivers brighten trip with wise words’, ABC News, 2009
  ‘Wisdom-dispensing London Tube drivers take commuters on a journey from A to B, via Emc2’, The Canadian Press, 2009
2008 Trouve, Tatiana: ‘The Artist’s Artists’, Artforum, Issue XLVII 30/11/2008
  Risner, Sophie: ‘The Peculiar Narractive of Celebration’, White Hot Magazine, 07/2008
2006 Higgins, Charlotte: ‘Computer generator: Art brings steam power to the digital revolution’, The Guardian, 11/07/2006
2005 Korotkin, Joyce B: ‘Outside the box’, Art Review, 10/2005
  Kihm, Christoph: ‘Jeremy Deller penser avec le populaire’, Art Press, Number 310 03/2005
  Blackson, Robert: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Labyrint Revue, 2005
  Morton, Tom: ‘Miming for gold’, Frieze, 2005
2004 Branigan, Tania: ‘The Guardian profile: Jeremy Deller’, The Guardian, 03/12/2004
  Garfield, Simon: ‘The crowd teaser’, The Observer, 10/10/2004
  Lafuente, Pablo: ‘Art on Parade’, Art Monthly, Number 280 10/2004
  Walter, Natasha: ‘The people strike back’, Art Review, 09/2004
  Herbert, Martin: ‘Turn, turn, turn’, Artforum, 09/2004
  ‘Untitled, (insert)’, Artforum, 09/2004
  Young, Rob: ‘Shhh...’, Frieze, Issue 85 31/08/2004
  Kihm, Christoph: ‘Jeremy Deller: le sensible en partage, in trouble’, printemps-ètè, 2004
2003 King, Emily: ‘The 50th Venice Biennale’, Frieze, Issue 77 09/2003
  Morton, Tom: ‘Mining For Gold’, Frieze, Issue 72 01/2003
  Slyce, John: ‘Jeremy Deller, fables of the reconstruction’, Flash Art, Number 228 2003
2002 Lequeux, Emmanuelle: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Aden, 12/2002
  Erikson, Karl: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Flash Art, Number 223 2002
  Buck, Louisa: ‘Leaving Los Angeles’, Artforum International, Number 5 2002
2001 Larson, Lars Bang: ‘Slaget on England’, Kultur & Debat, 24/06/2001
  Beech, Dave: ‘The Uses of Authority: Jeremy Deller interviewed by Dave Beech’, Untitled, Number 25 2001
2000 Hilty, Greg: ‘Jeremy Deller and the Uses of Art’, Parkett, Number 60 2000
1999 Bradley, Will: ‘The Uses of Literacy’, Afterall, Issue 1 1999
  Bradley, Will: ‘Untitled’, 1% Magazine, 1999
  Blincoe, Nicholas: ‘Voodoo Ray, Slight Reprise’, Afterall, 1999
1998 Tozer, John: ‘no title’, Art Monthly, Number 217 06/1998
  Cruz, Juan: ‘Hearing Voices’, Art Monthly, Number 214 03/1998
  Johnson, Phil: ‘Great art? Street art? Pop art?’, The Independent, 16/02/1998
1997 Hannula, Mika: ‘The Suburban Genius’, Siki, 06/1997
1996 Freedman, Carl: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Frieze, Issue 29 06/1996
  Worsdale, Godfrey: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Art Monthly, Number 195 04/1996
  Findlay, Judith: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Zing Magazine, 1996
1995 Norman, Geraldine: ‘Time for Cocktails at the Cutting Edge’, The Independent, 26/06/1995

Exhibition Reviews

2016 Barry, Robert: ‘The Infinite Mix’, Art Review, Vol 68, No 9, 12/2016
  Woo, Kin: ‘Iggy Pop: Musician, Icon - and Now, Live Nude Model’, New York Times Magazine, 03/11/2016
  Farber, Jim: Raw power: why Iggy Pop posed naked for Jeremy Deller‘s Life Class, The Guardian Online, 19/10/2016
  Kane, Ashleigh: ‘Those nude drawings of Iggy Pop are finally here’, Dazed, 10/2016
  Gavin, Francesca: ‘The Japanese dancehall queen who outdanced Jamaica’s own’, Dazed, 09/2016
  Feeney, Nolan: ‘Iggy Pop Posed Nude for a Life Drawing Class’, Time, 01/03/2016
  Muñoz-Alonso, Lorena: ‘Iggy Pop Stars in Life Drawing Class for Jeremy Deller Project’, artnet news, 29/02/2016
2014 Himelfarb, Ellen: ‘Andy Warhol collides with William Morris in a typically radical new show from artist Jeremy Deller’, Wallpaper, 08/12/2014
  ‘Jeremy Deller talks to ArtLyst About Warhol, Morris and Love’, ArtLyst, 06/12/2014
  Jeffries, Stuart: ‘Jeremy Deller: my summer in Andy Warhol’s Factory’, The Guardian, 03/12/2014
  Jeffrey, Moira: ‘Rise of nature’, The Scotsman, 27/09/2014
  Jamieson, Teddy: ‘Visceral politics, but winning brand is wary of big debate’, The Herald, 12/09/2014
2013 Clark, Robert: ‘All That Is Solid Melts Into Air’, Guardian Guide, 19/10/2013
  Thorpe, Vanessa: ‘Glam rock, wrestlers and our family trees: Jeremy Deller finds art in an industrial past’, The Observer, 13/10/2013
  Birnbaum, Daniel: ‘Garden States’, Artforum, Vol. 52 09/2013
  Morton, Tom: ‘The British Pavillion’, Frieze, No. 157 09/2013
  Buchloch, Benjamin H. D.: ‘The Entropic Encyclopedia’, Artforum, Vol. 52 09/2013
  Sherwin, Skye: ‘Jeremy Deller: London’, Guardian Guide, 10/08/2013
  Latimer, Quinn: ‘National Pavilions: 55th Venice Biennale, Venice’, Art Agenda, 02/06/2013
  Miller, Phil: ‘Scotland makes strong showing within the international art party of the Venice Biennale’, The Herald, 02/06/2013
  Solway, Diane: ‘Balancing Act’, W Magazine, 06/2013
  Adams, Tim: Jeremy Deller‘s visions of England, The Observer, 06/2013
  Wilson, John: ‘frontrow’, BBC Radio 4, 30/05/2013
  Saner, Emine: Jeremy Deller‘s Venice all-stars, The Guardian, 30/05/2013
  Field, Marcus: ‘Venice Biennale, Jeremy Deller: English Magic, British Pavilion’, Evening Standard, 30/05/2013
  Searle, Adrian: ‘A triumphant, personal fusion of art and politics’, The Guardian, 29/05/2013
  Miller, Phil: ‘Imagination runs wild in the magic of Venice’, The Herald, 29/05/2013
  Pilger, Zoe: ‘Our not very patriotic man in Venice’, The Independent, 29/05/2013
  Higgins, Charlotte: ‘Vision of Britain with hero and villains’, The Guardian, 29/05/2013
  Savage, Mark: Jeremy Deller unveils ‘aggressive’ exhibition at Venice, BBC News, 28/05/2013
  Sooke, Alistair: ‘Venice Biennale 2013: Jeremy Deller, British Pavilion, review’, Telegraph, 28/05/2013
  Searle, Adrian: Venice Biennale: Jeremy Deller‘s British pavilion declares war on wealth, The Guardian, 28/05/2013
  Miller, Phil: ‘State of the Arts: Scotland on show at the Venice Biennale’, The Herald, 27/05/2013
  Wilson, Fiona: ‘What the Brits are bringing to the Venice Biennale’, The Times, 25/05/2013
  ‘Jeremy Deller will represent Britain at 2013 Venice Biennale’, The Telegraph, 15/05/2013
  ‘Ordinary/Extra/Ordinary unites Jeremy Deller, Tracey Emin and more at The Public’, Culture 24, 14/05/2013
  ‘Jeremy Deller’s Inflatable Stonehenge lands in Hong Kong’, Flux, 02/05/2013
  Rappolt, Mark: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Art Review, 05/2013
  ‘Jeremy Deller Interview’, Blip TV, 05/2013
  Milliard, Coline: ‘Newsmaker: Jeremy Deller’, Modern Painters, 05/2013
  Gifford-Mead, Emma: ‘Venice Biennale approaching: a preview’, Flash Art, 05/2013
  Aimee Walleston: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Art in America, 26/03/2013
  Higgins, Charlotte: ‘Venice Biennale to showcase new generation of young British artists’, The Guardian, 18/03/2013
  Higgs, Matthew: ‘Exhibitions Picks’, Artforum, 02/2013
  Harris, Gareth: ‘Moving Museum makes its debut in Dubai’, The Art Newspaper, 30/01/2013
  ‘Inside Story: Jeremy Deller’, RA, 2013
2012 Politi, Gea: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Flash Art, 11/2012
  Young, Rob: ‘Bruce Lacey’, Frieze, 10/2012
  ‘Diary’, Mousse, 10/2012
  Searle, Adrian: ‘A wonderful mess of cock and bull’, The Guardian, 07/07/2012
  Sherwin, Skye: ‘The Bruce Lacey Experience’, The Guardian Guide, 07/07/2012
  Desaive, Pierre-Yves: ‘Reviews’, Flash Art, 07/2012
  Perry, Colin: ‘Glasgow International’, Frieze, 06/2012
  Herbert, Martin: ‘Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art’, Art Monthly, 06/2012
  Collings, Matthew: ‘Good Miners, Bad Miners’, Modern Painters, 05/2012
  Demos, T.J.: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Artforum, 05/2012
  Basciano, Oliver: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People’, Art Review, 05/2012
  Dillon, Brian: ‘Reviews’, Frieze, 05/2012
  Macmillan, Duncan: ‘Head Turner’, The Scotsman, 26/04/2012
  Miller, Phil: ‘Bewildered and beguiled’, Sunday Herald, 22/04/2012
  Jeffrey, Moira: ‘Glasgow plays to the gallery’, The Week, 22/04/2012
  It‘s Sacrilege Monumental bounce, The Guardian, 21/04/2012
  Sam, Sherman: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Artforum Online, 20/04/2012
  Scott, Kirsty: Jeremy Deller‘s inflatable Stonehenge gives Glasgow a bounce in its step, The Guardian, 20/04/2012
  Claire, Christopher: ‘Mystical scene on Glasgow Green’, Scotland on Sunday, 15/04/2012
  Mansfield, Susan: ‘Power to the people’, The Scotsman, 12/04/2012
  ‘HITLIST’, The List, 29/03/2012
  McGill, Hannah: ‘Work In Progress’, The List, 29/03/2012
  Barnett, Laura: A humanist‘s view on Joy in People by Jeremy Deller, The Guardian, 12/03/2012
  Mckenzie, Duncan: ‘The Bruce Lacey Experience’, Time Out, 03/2012
  Sooke, Alistair: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People, Hayward Gallery, review’, The Telegraph Online, 27/02/2012
  Cumming, Laura: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People; Elmgreen and Dragset: the Fourth Plinth – review’, The Observer, 26/02/2012
  Sheerin, Mark: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People at the Hayward Gallery’, Culture 24, 23/02/2012
  Güner, Fisun: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People, Hayward Gallery’, The Arts Desk, 23/02/2012
  Riley, Travis: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People | Hayward Gallery | Southbank Centre | London’, Aesthetica, 22/02/2012
  Luke, Ben: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy In People, Hayward Gallery - review’, London Evening Standard, 22/02/2012
  Searle, Adrian: ‘Heady Brew’, The Guardian, 21/02/2012
  Skye, Sherwin: ‘Jeremy Deller’, The Guardian Guide, 18/02/2012
  Jones, Jonathan: ‘Jeremy Deller exhibits and Donatello awes – the week in art. Exhibition of the week: Jeremy Deller’, The Guardian, 17/02/2012
  Brown, Mark: ‘Jeremy Deller prepares for Hayward retrospective’, The Guardian, 17/02/2012
  Ward, Ossian: ‘Jeremy Deller: Joy in People’, Time Out London, 02/2012
  Barkham, Patrick: Jeremy Deller: ‘I‘m more interested in ideas than money‘, The Guardian, 29/01/2012
  Hudson, Suzanne: ‘Previews’, Artforum, 01/2012
  Foster, Hal: ‘Reviews’, Artforum, 01/2012
2011 Stern, Steven: ‘September 11’, Frieze, 11/2011
  Smith, Roberta: ‘Three Ways to Look Back, None Easy’, The New York Times, 09/09/2011
  Banks, Eric: ‘Review’, Artforum, 09/2011
  ‘Manchester: Baghdad, 5 March 2007’, The Guardian Guide, 23/04/2011
2010 ‘Horror brought home: Iraq car bomb wreckage is unveiled at Imperial War Museum’, The Mail Online, 10/09/2010
  ‘Iraq bomb-damaged car is explosive addition to war museum’, The Press and Journal, 10/09/2010
  Akba, Arifa: ‘Modern combat takes centre stage at Imperial War Museum’, The Independent Online, 10/09/2010
  ‘Iraq car bomb unveiled at Imperial War Museum’, The Telegraph Online, 09/09/2010
  ‘Baghdad, 5 March 2007: A New Display with Jeremy Deller’, artdaily, 08/09/2010
  Millard, Coline,: With a Bomber Car, Jeremy Deller Expands Brit Art‘s Take on the Iraq War, Artinfo, 08/09/2010
  ‘Baghdad, 5 March 2007: A New Display with Jeremy Deller’, Imperial War Museum London online, 09/2010
  In Pictures: The Art of War: Jeremy Deller‘s Baghdad car bomb installation, The Guardian Online, 09/2010
  Sheerin, Mark: ‘War Story’, Culture 24, 24/08/2010
2009 Cohen, Louise: ‘Manchester International Festival on parade’, The Times, 04/07/2009
  Mclean-Ferris, Laura: ‘Exhibitonist: The best art shows to see this week’, The Guardian, 03/07/2009
  Leris, Sophie: ‘Northern Exposure’, GQ, 07/2009
  ‘Top Picks - Now playing a Parasol: artists who love to parade’, Wall Street Journal Europe, 07/2009
  Hattenstone, Simon: ‘Scouts of Manchester – Follow me!’, The Guardian, 15/06/2009
  Coomer, Martin: ‘Sounds Familiar’, The Big Issue, 06/2009
  Yablonsky, Linda: ‘You had To Be There’, ArtNews, 06/2009
  ‘Critics’ Choice’, Time Out London, 28/05/2009
  Baird, Simon: ‘101 Things to do this summer’, Time Out London, 05/2009
  Castets, Simon: ‘Get Together’, Vman, 2009
  Fabbris, Eva: ‘Manchester International Festival’, Kaleidoscope, 2009
  Dezeuze, Anna: ‘Parades and Processions’, Art Monthly, 2009
2006 Vincent, Martin: ‘Jeremy Deller: Edited Rushes’, The Metro, 28/09/2006
  Mottram, Jack: ‘Bringing chaos into focus’, The Herald, 20/09/2006
2005 Morton, Tom: ‘Folk Archive’, Frieze, Issue 93 09/2005
  Thomson, Nato: ‘For the LOVE of the PEOPLE’, Parkett, 2005
2004 Kantor, Jordan: ‘Manifesta’, Artforum, 09/2004
  Fox, Dan: ‘Manifesta 5 European Biennial of Contemporary Art’, Frieze, Issue 85 09/2004
2003 Tripp, Sarah: ‘III Communication’, Art Monthly, Number 264 03/2003
2002 Helfand, Glen: ‘Talks about after the Gold Rush’, Artforum, 11/2002
2001 Bush, Kate: ‘Jeremy Deller, the Battle of Orgreave’, Artforum, 12/2001
  Farquharson, Alex: ‘The Battle of Orgreave’, Frieze, Issue 61 09/2001
  Soutar, Ian: ‘Orgreave’s Theatre of War’, Sheffield Telegraph, 22/06/2001
  Jones, Jonathan: ‘Missiles Fly, Truncheons Swing, Police Chase Miners as Cars Burn…’, The Guardian, 19/06/2001
  Lubbock, Tom: ‘When History repeats itself too soon’, The Independent, 19/06/2001
  Barton, Lyn: ‘Eerie Echoes as Orgreave Battle Refought’, Yorkshire Post, 18/06/2001
  Wainwright, Martin: ‘Strikers Relive Battle of Orgreave’, The Guardian, 18/06/2001
  Braid, Mary: ‘Miners Side with the Enemy as Battle of Orgreave Becomes Art’, The Independent, 16/06/2001
  Whitaker, Raymond: ‘When Police Batons Broke Union Power: artist re-creates the Battle of Orgreave’, The Independent on Sunday, 10/06/2001
  Beech, Dave: ‘Orgreave’, Art Monthly, 2001
1999 Jones, Jonathan: ‘Brass Bands Playing Acid House Done That’, The Guardian, 03/06/1999
1997 Freedman, Carl: ‘Acid Brass’, Frieze, Issue 37 12/1997
  Wilson, Andrew: ‘Band Art’, Art Monthly, Number 210 10/1997
  Jones, Jonathan: ‘Brassed Off With Northern Nostalgia’, The Guardian, 27/07/1997
1996 Freedman, Carl: ‘Jeremy Deller’, Frieze, Issue 29 06/1996

Publications

2016 Iggy Pop Life Class, HENI Publishing, London
  The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular , CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid
2013 All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Hayward Publishing, London
  English Magic, British Council, London
2012 Defining Contemporary Art, Phaidon Press, London/ New York
2011 Gravity: Beauty, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
2009 Manchester 2050, Cornerhouse, Manchester
  SK1 2HH 21/05/09, Cornerhouse, Manchester
2008 From Yodeling to Quantum Physics..., Palais de Tokyo, Paris
  Marlon Brando, Pocahontas, And Me, Aspen Art Press, Aspen
  What is the city but the people?, Art on the Underground, London
2007 Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool & the Avant-Garde, Liverpool Univeristy Press, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
  The Liverpool of Brian Epstein, with Paul Ryan, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
2006 Frieze Projects: Artists Commisions and Talks (2003-2005), frieze, London
2005 Art Now 2, Taschen, Cologne
  Jeremy Deller: Folk Archive – Contemporary Popular Art from the UK – Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane, Book Works, London
2004 Contemporary Art from Studio to Situation, Black Dog Publishing, London
  Other Times - Contemporary British Art, (exhibition catalogue), British Council, City Gallery Prague, Prague
2001 Life is to Blame for Everything, Salon 3, London
  The English Civil War Part II, Personal accounts of the 1984-85 miners' strike, Artangel Publishing, London
1999 The Uses of Literacy, Book Works, London

Exhibition Publications

2013 Mobile M+; Inflation!, M+, West Kownloon Cultural District Authority, Kowloon, Hong Kong
2012 Bruce Lacey File Note, Camden Arts Centre, London
  Joy in People, Hayward Publishing, London
  Pop Politics : Activism at 33 Revolutions, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid
2010 At Home/not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Bard College Publications, Annandale-on-Hudson
  Hareng Saur: Ensor en de hedendaagse kunst/ Ensor and Contemporary Art, S.M.A.K, Ghent
2009 Procession, Cornerhouse, Manchester
  Reality Check, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
2008 16th Biennale of Sydney, 16th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney
  Amateurs, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco
  Folkestone Triennial: Tales of Time and Space, Cultureshock Media Ltd., London
2007 Breaking Step, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
  EPSTEIN Jeremy Deller and Paul Ryan, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
  Skulptur projekte münster 07, Wesfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Münster, Kunstakademie Münster, (eds.), Münster
  The Turner Prize, Tate Publishing, London
2006 Of Mice and Men, 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Berlin
2005 The War is Over 1945-2005. The Freedom of Art, GAMeC, Bergamo
2004 54th Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
  Do you beleive in reality?, Taipei Biennial, Taipei
  With all Due Intent: Manifesta 5, International Foundation Manifesta, Amsterdam
2003 Bad Behaviour, Hayward Publishing, London
  Hidden in a Daylight, Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
  Micro/ Macro: British Art 1996 - 2002, British Arts Council and Kunsthalle Mucsarnok, London and Budapest
2002 After the Gold Rush, CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
  Happy Outsiders from London and Scotland, Zachęta Państowowa Galeria Sztuki, Warzsawa
  The Gap Show: Young Critical Art from Great Britain, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund