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Jane and Louise Wilson


Born in Great Britain, 1967
They live and work in London

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Berliner Kunstlerprogramm (Jane and Louise)
Barclays Young Artist Award
Goldsmiths College, London, MA Fine Art (Jane and Louise)
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, BA Fine Art (Louise) Newcastle Polytechnic, BA Fine Art (Jane)
"Imperial Measure," c.nichols project, Los Angeles, CA
"False Positives and False Negatives," Paradise Row Gallery, London, UK
Whitworth hitworth Manchester UK Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK
“Suspending Time”, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal Helga de Alvear, Madrid
EMPAC, Troy, New York, NY
“Animate”, British Film Institute Gallery, Southbank, UK “Unfolding the Aryan Papers”, The B.F.I Gallery, London, UK
Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinurgh, Scotland
Musée dʼArt Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
303 Gallery, New York, NY
"The New Brutalists", Lisson Gallery, London, UK Haunch of Venison, Zurich, Switzerland
De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Bergen Art Museum, Bergen, Norway
Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY
“Erewhon”, 303 Gallery, New York, NY
Fondazione Davide Halevim, Milan, Italy
ʻA Free and Anonymous Monumentʼ, Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland Umea Bildmusset, Umea, Sweden
ʻA free and anonymous monument”, BALTIC, England (travelling to Kunsthaus, Bregenz)
Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Centro de Fotografia, Salamanaca, Spain
Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany
“Las Vegas, Graveyard Time”, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX “Star City”, 303 Gallery, New York, NY
Bernier/Eliades, Athens, Greece
“Stasi City & Crawl Space”, MIT List Visual Arts Centre, Cambridge, MA
“Turner Prize”, Tate Gallery, London, UK
“Jane & Louise Wilson”, Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, UK “Gamma”, Lisson Gallery, London, U.K.
“Stasi City”, 303 Gallery, New York, NY Hamburg Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI H & R Projects, Brussels, Belgium
“Film Stills”, Aki-Ex Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Stasi City”, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany, travelling to Kunstraum Munich, Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art, Geneva, Switzerland; and Kunstwerke, Berlin, Germany
“Jane and Louise Wilson”, LEA, London, UK
Galleria S.A.L.E.S., Rome, Italy, as part of the British Art Festival (exh. cat.)
“Normapaths”, Chisenhale Gallery, London, U.K., and Berwick Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Crawl Space”, Milch Gallery, London, U.K.
“Routes 1 & 9 North”, AC Project Room, New York, NY
“Crawl Space”, British Project II, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
"Undead Sun,"  Imperial War Museum, London, England 
"Ruin Lust,"  Tate Britain, London, England 
Stanley Kubrick retrospective exhibition, LACMA, Los Angeles, CA
Tomorrow was already here, Museum of Contemporary Art Ruffino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico
Critique and Crisis: Art in Europe since 1945, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin
Sharjah Biennial 10, United Arab Emirates “Space, About a Dream”, Kunsthalle wien, Vienna
ALIAS: Photomonth in Krakow, Poland
ʻStar City – The Future Under Communism”, Nottingham Contemporary, England “Imaginario da Paisagem”, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, Portugal
“The Science Of Imagination” Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
"Of Other Spaces", Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH Sharjah Biennial 9, United Arab Emirates
Quad Gallery, Derby, England
“Sounding the Subject”, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 11–December 21
"Crossing Walls", Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Grand Canary Palms, Spain "Temptation of Space", Louis Vuitton, Paris
"Reconstruction #2", Sudeley Castle, Winchombe, Gloustershire
"Double Vision", Deutsche Bank, New York
"Out of Time", Museum of Modern Art, New York "Serpentine Gallery Marathon", London
"Space is the Place", Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
“The Raft of the Macumba”, Les Abattoirs, musée d'art moderne et contemporaine, Toulouse
“Dream Extensions”, S.M.A.K. Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgium “Printemps du Septembre”, Toulouse
“Shhh....”, Victoria and Albert Museum
“Unlimited Edition”, Millais Gallery, Southampton, UK “VideoMix”, Arario Gallery, Korea
“Here is Elsewhere”, MOMA, Queens, NY
“Crosscurrents at Centuryʼs End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art
Collections”, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (travelling To Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL; and the Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL)
“Bewitched, Bothered, andBewildered”, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland
“25 Hours”, TheVideoArtFoundation & UNXposed, Barcelona, Spain
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, England, inaugural exhibition
“The GAP Show; Young Critical Art from Great Britain”, Museum am
Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
“Screen Memories”, Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Japan
“Outer & Inner Space: Pipilotti Rist, Shirin Neshat, Jane & Louise Wilson and the History of Video Art”curated by John B. Ravenol, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
“Wallflowers”, Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland
“Beau Monde”, curated by Dave Hickey, SITE Sante Fe, NM “W”, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
“Hypermental Rampant Reality 1950-2000 from Salvador Dali to Jeff Koons”, curated by Bice Curiger, Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
“Public Offerings”, MOCA, Los Angeles, LA
“Double Vision”. Galeri für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany “EGOFUGAL”, The 7th International Instanbul Biennial, Instanbul, Turkey (traveled to Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan),(exh.cat)
“Zero Gravity: Art, Technology and New Spaces of Identity”, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy
Magazin 3, Stockholm, Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
“The Wastland, Desert and Ice: Barren Landscapes in Photography”, Atelier Augarten, Wien, Austria, (exh.cat)
“No world without you...Reflections of identity in New British Art”, Herzliya Musuem of Art, Israel
“2001 A Space Oddity”, The Colony Room Club, London (exh. cat)
“Art Science & Technology”, New Greenham Enterprise, Newbury
“Point of View – Works from a Private Collection”, Richard Salmon Gallery, London, UK
“Age of Influence: Reflections in the Mirror of American Culture”, curated by Francesco Bonami and Elizabeth Smith, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
“Dream Machines”, curated by Susan Hiller, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, touring to Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield and Camden,
Arts Centre
“Images Festival”, Toronto
MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
“Film/Video Works – Lisson Gallery at 9 Keane Street”, Lisson Gallery, London, “A Shot in the Head”, Lisson Gallery, London, U.K.
“Annika von Hausswolf, Jane & Louise Wilson and Weegee”, Magasin 3, Konsthall, Stokholm, Sweden
“Media City Seoul”, Korean Biennial
“Vision and Reality”, Lousiana Museum for Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Germany
"Trace”, Liverpool Biennial, Tate Gallery, London
“This Other World of Ours”, TV Gallery, Moscow
“Chac Mool Contemporary Fine Art, in collaboration with Lisson Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
“Clues”, Monte Video – Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam
“Carnegie International 1999/2000”, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA “Seeing Time: Selections from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA “Gamma”, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
“View 1”, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY
“In the meantime”, Galeria Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona, Spain “Spectacular Optical”, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
“Earth, Water, Air”, DC Moore, New York, NY
“Then and Now”, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
“Mise en Scène”, Grazer Kunstverein, Austria (exh. cat.)
“Black Box”, touring exhibition (exh. cat.)
“Malos Habitos”, Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain
“Poor Manʼs Pudding; Rich Manʼs Crumbs”, AC Project Room, New York, NY “Turner Prize Exhibition”, Tate, Britain
“View 1”, Mary Boone, New York
“In the meantime”, Galeria Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona
“Spectacular Optical” Threadwaxing Space, New York “Earth, Water, Air”, DC Moore, New York
“Then and Now”, Lisson Gallery, London
“Mise en Scène”, Grazer Kunstverein , Austria (exh cat). “Black Box”, touring exhibition (exh. cat)
“Malos Habitos”, Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain, (cat.) “Hyperamnesiac Fabulations”, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada (exh. cat.) “Remake -- Re-model”, Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (exh. cat.)
“Ein Stuck vom Himmel”, Kunsthalle Nuremburg, Nuremburg, Germany
“Follow Me, Britische Kunst an der Unterelbe”, billboards between Buxtehude and Cuxhaven, Germany
“Pictura Britannica”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia; Art Gallery South Australia, Adelaide, Australia; and City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
“Broken Home”, Greene Naftali, New York, NY
“Hospital”, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
“Instant”, Green Room, Manchester, UK
“Young British Artists”, Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery, Paddington, Australia “More Than Real”, Palazzo Reale, Caserta, Italy (exh. cat.)
“Co-operators”, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton City, U.K.; and Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Ace! Arts Council New Purchases”, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, U.K.; Harris Museum, Preston, U.K.; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, U.K.; Mappin “NowHere”, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark (exh. cat.)
“Auto Reverse 2”, Le Magasin, Grenoble, France
“Trailer”, Ynglingagatan Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
“Der Umbau Raum”, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Germany
“British Artists”, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Nach Wiemar”, Kunstsammlungen zu Weimar, Germany (exh. cat.
“Quatros Duplos”, Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal (exh. cat.) “Files”, Bunker, Berlin, Germany
“Full House”, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany (exh. cat.)
“Attitude Adjustment”, 5th New York Video Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, NY
“Dei Popoli”, Filmfestival, Florence, Italy (exh. cat.)
“The British Art Show 4”, South Bank Exhibition Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland; Manchester, U.K.; and Cardiff, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Young British Artists”, Eigen + Art, Independent Art Space, London, U.K. “Corpus Delicti: London in the 1990ʼs”, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, Denmark (exh. cat.)
“Kine Kunst ʻ95”, Casino Knokke, Belgium
“Speaking of Sofas...”, Soho House, London, U.K.
“Mysterium Alltag”, Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany, with Jane Wilson, Gillian Wearing, Tracey Emin, and Tacita Dean (exh. cat.)
“General Release”, British Council selection for Venice Biennale, Scuola San Pasquale, Venice, Italy (exh. cat.)
“Here and Now”, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
“Fuori Uso”, Stabilimenti Ex-Aurum, Pescara, Italy
“Wild Walls”, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (exh. cat.) “Interno 1”, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, Italy
“Gang Warfare”, Independent Art Space, London, UK
“Kunst aus London, Mysterium Alltag”, Hammoniales Festival der Frauen, Hamburg, Germany
“Beyond Belief”, Lisson Gallery, London, UK “Domestic Violence”, Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy
“Facts of Life”, Galerie 102, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Audience 0.01”, Trevi Art Museum, Trevi, Italy
“New Reality Mix”, 18 Högbergsgatan, Stockhom, Sweden
“The Ecstasy of Limits”, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL;
and Galerie Valeria Belvedere, Milano, Italy
“Use Your Allusion: Recent Video Art”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
“Le Shuttle”, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, German
“BT New Contemporaries”, Cornerhouse, Manchester, U.K.; Orchard Gallery, Derry, U.K.; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, U.K.; City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Barclays Young Artists”, Serpentine Gallery, London, U.K. (exh. cat.) “Underlay”, Renwick Street, New York, NY
“The Daily Planet”, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland “Over the Limit”, Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Summer Show”, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY “Wonderful Life”, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
“Lucky Kunst”, Silver Place, London, UK
“Close Up”, 42nd Street, New York, NY
“Walter Benjaminʼs Briefcase”, curated by Andrew Renton, Moagens, Oporto, Portugal
“Barclays Young Artists”, Serpentine Gallery, London, U.K. (exh. cat.) “Underlay”, Renwick Street, New York, NY
“The Daily Planet”, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland “Over the Limit”, Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K. (exh. cat.)
“Summer Show”, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY “Wonderful Life”, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
“Lucky Kunst”, Silver Place, London, UK
“Close Up”, 42nd Street, New York, NY
“Walter Benjaminʼs Briefcase”, curated by Andrew Renton, Moagens, Oporto, Portugal
“Jane & Louise Wilson” Art Review, April Schwabsky, Barry, review, Artforum, January 1
Sherwin, Skye, “Jane & Loise Wilson”, Art Review, March, p.25
Brown, Mark, “Kubrick Holocaust Film to be told in installation”, The Guardian, January 3
Review, “War Works in Walsall”, Art World, Dec. 2007-Jan. 2008
Hubbard, Sue, "What's Behind the Screens?", The Independent, May 24, p. 20 Ebner, Jorn, review, Frieze Jan/Feb
Avgikos, Jan, review, Artforum, December, p. 192 Vanderbilt, Tom, “Best of 2004”, Artforum, December, p. 170 Schwendener, Martha, review, Time Out, Oct 28-Nov4, p. 77
Smith, Roberta, review, The New York Times, Oct 29, p. E38
Driel, Anne van, “Het mooie van falende architectuur”, de Volkskrant, January 22nd, p. 16-17
Smith, Roberta, “When an Artistʼs Eye Guides a Museum Show”, The New York Times, December 12th, E43
Dillon, Brian, Frieze, issue 78, October, p.129-130
“Jane and Louise Wilson: A free and anonymous monument”, The Art Newspaper
Searle, Adrian, “You are here”, The Guardian, September 16
Lunn, Felicity, “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered”, Artforum, September, p. 234
Glover, Michael, review, ARTnews Summer, Vol. 102, No.7, p.170-171
Metzger, rainer, “The Waste Land”, Kunstforum International, January-March, No. 158,
Lamm, April Elizabeth, review, tema celeste, May-June, No. 91, p. 87 Simmermon, Jeff, (interview), “the ghosts of paranoia”, Punchline, June 27, Is.203, p. 8-11
Gopnik, Blake, “Here&Now”, The Washington Post, June 16, p. G3
“Art in Review (date book)”, The New York Times, Friday June 28
Jones, Steven L., “Art Meets Technology”, Style Weekly, July 10
Katy Deepwell, “Egofugal, Woman artists at the 7th Istanbul Biennal”, n. paradoxa, international feminist art journal, (Eco) Logical, vol. 9/2002,
p. 74-83, interview with Louise Wilson, p. 79-81
Paul Usherwood, “B. Opened”, Art Monthly, No. 259, September 2002, p. 1-4 Campbell, Clayton, “Spotlight: Beau Monde”, Flash Art, October, Vol XXXIV, No. 220, p. 98
Israel, Nico, review (ʻPublic Offeringsʼ, MOCA,L.A.), Artforum, September, Vol. XL, No. 1, p. 189
V Magazine, No. 11, May-June, p. 38
Cash, Stephanie, review (303 Gallery), Art in America, Vol. 80, No. 5, May, p. 175-6
Ichikawa, Akiko, review, NYArts, Vol. 6, No. 2, February, p.30
Bonascossa, Ilaria, review (303 Gallery), tema celeste: contemporary art, XVIII, No. 83, January -February, p.92
Clifford, Katie, review, Art News, January, p.149
Schwendener, Martha, review (303 Gallery), Artforum, Vol. XXXIX, No. 4, December, p. 144
Arning, Bill, “Carnegie Dilly: A Remarkable Exhibition in Pittsburgh Breathes New Life into the Mega-Show”, Time Out New York, November 25
Luyckx, Filip, “Critical Review: Jane and Louise Wilson”, Sint-Likasgalerij, Brussel, No 2, November, p.10-11
Levin, “Part: Jane & Louise Wilson”, review, The Village Voice, October 31, p. 102
Young, Laura, “Stargazing” (review), Washington Square News, New York, NY, October 27-29, p.9
Griffin, Tim, “Back in the U.S.S.R”, Time Out New York, October 26, Is. 266 Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review” (303 Gallery), The New York Times, Friday, Caniglia, Julie, “New Sensation”, Harperʼs Bazaar, September, pp. 436-38 Williams, Gilda, “Jane & Louise Wilson in the Light of the Gothic Tradition, Parkett, No. 58, pp. 15-18
Godfrey, Tony, “London, Roni Horn, Craigie Horsfield, and Contemporary Artistsʼ Video”, Burlington Magazine, July, p. 456 -58
McQuaid, Cate, review, Art News, June, p. 152
Hillman, James, “Plural Art”, tema celeste, Italy, May-June, p. 108-182 Glover, Michael, “The Back Half”, New Statesman, May 22, p. 43
Dixon, Andrew Graham, “The Art od Success”, Vogue, London, May, p. 179-92 Packer, William, “Screening Time”, Financial Times, London, May 6
“Cocker to Judge New Brit Art Award”, D-Pict, London, April/May
“This World of Ours”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Is. 25, p. 8
Moynes, Jojo, “Film of car trip win £24, 000 art award”, The Independent, London, April 19, p. 7
IOʼR, “The New Brits on the Block”, Tate, The Art Magazine, London,Spring, p. 8 JL, “Dream On”, Tate, The Art Magazine, Spring, p. 14
“1999 Carnegie Itnternational”, Masterpiece, Spring, p. 88
Kissick, John, “Feelinʼ Mighty Real: The 1999/2000 Carnegie International”, New ARTE Examiner, March, p.38
Lubbock, Tom, “Has Modern At Lost its Bottle”, The Independent Review, London, March 11, p. 11
Leffingwell, Edward, “Carnegie Ramble”, Art in America, No. 3, March, p. 86-94
Temin, Christine, “Disquiet, please”, The Boston Globe, February 11
Mc Milan, Duncan, “Like a Dream”, The Scotsman, February 11, p. 24
Jones, Jonathan, “Warning: this woman is inside your head”, The Guardian, London, February 10, p. 10
Siegel, Katy,Carnegie International, Artforum, pp.106
Jones, Jonathan, “Liverpool Biennial”, frieze, Is. 50, January/February, p. 96-7 “Biennale di Liverpool”, Tema Celeste, February
Boyer, Charles-Arthur, “Je est un Autre”, Beaux Arts, Nr, 189, February, p. 48 Carrier, David, “Pittsburgh Carnegie International”, Burlington Magazine, Feb. Lewison, Cedar, “Turner Prize”, Flash Art, January – February, p. 61 Gorucheva, Tanya, “This World of Ours”, Flash Art, January – February, p.62
Schwabsky, Barry, “Twins who share an enigmatic vision “, The New York Times, January 2, p.44
“Very New Art 2000, Bijutsu Techo, Japan, vol. 52, no. 782, January Sherman, Mary “Twin Brit Video Artists Delight in Shades of Dark Visual Arts”, The Boston Herald, January 30
Schwalb, Harry, “Carnegie International: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh”, Art News, January
Dailey, Meghan, “Pittsburgh, 1900/2000 Carnegie International”, Art Press nternational, Is. 253, January, p. 12-14
Wu, Chin-Tao, “Special Report”, Art China, January
“1999 Turner Prize Feature”, Zoo, Lonson, January, Is. 4, p. 155
Leith, Caoimhin Mac Giolla, “Liverpool Biennial Of Contemporary Art”, Artforum International Special Issue ʻBest of the 90ʼsʼ, December, p. 158 Turner, G, “Pittsburgh: The Carnegie International”, Flash Art, Nov – Dec, Is. 209, p. 57
Villers, Sarah, “A Thought that Counts”, The Herald, Glasgow, Dec.16, p. 19 Thomas, Mary, “11 videos, Two-Films Are Among Highlights”, Post Gazette, November 28
Shearing, Graham, “Reviewing the Carnegie International”, Tribune Review, Londond, November 28
Arning, Bill, “Carnegie Dilly”, Time Out New York, November 25
Falkenstein, Michelle, “Whatʼs So Good About Being Bad”, ART News, November , p.159-163
Reardon, Valerie, “Trace”, Art Monthly, November, No. 231,
Potter, Chris, “The Carnegie International Explores Boundaries in a Complicated World”, Pittsburgh City Paper, November 3
Smith, Edward Lucie, “Edward Lucie Smith is sickened by the rumors over ʻSensationʼ [...]”, Art Review, November 1, p. 26
Clay, J, “Artist Aiming to Clean Up”, Leicester Mercury, London, October 29, p. 19
Walter, Natasha, “Itʼs Time for Emin to make her bed and to move on”, The Independent, London, October 25, p. 5
McEwen, John, “Eminence Without Merit”, Sunday Telegraph, London, October 24, p. 11
Miler, Catherine, “Real Turner stands up to prize namesakes”, Sunday Telegraph, London, October 24, p. 11
Gibbons, Fiachra, “Controversy Over Bed will not rest”, The Guardian, London, October 23, p. 10
Johnson, Paul, “For 1,000 years art has been one of our great civilizing forces. Today, pickled sheep and soiled beds threaten to make barbarians of us
all”, Daily Mail, London, U.K., October 23, p. 12
Lusher, Tim, “All Aboard the Turner Bandwagon”, Evening Standard, London, October 23, p. 34
Searle, Adrian, “Traceyʼs pants but McQueenʼs the real pyjamas”, The Guardian London, October 20
Alberge, Dalya, “Itʼs not a dirty bed, itʼs a Turner prize enrty”, The Times London, October 20
Watson-Smyth, Kate “Artistʼs abortion tape and unmade bed lead Turner prize short list”, The Independent, London, October 20
Kitchen, Clare, “ The dirty bed that could bring Emin a Turner prize”, The Daily Mail , London , October 20
Smith, David, “Is this art? We think weʼll just sleep on it”, The Express, London, October 20, p. 35
Gibbons, Fiachra, “Scandal sheets envelop Turner prize”, The Guardian, London, October 20, p. 5
Cork, Richard, “Celluloid Heroes and Video Villains”, The Times, London, October 20th
Dormant, Richard, “Pick me, Iʼm Tracy”, Daily Telegraph, London, October 20, p. 23
Reynolds, Nigel, “Soiled bed shortlisted for Turner art prize”, Daily Telegraph, London, October 20, p, 5
Alberge, Dalaya, “Itʼs not a dirty bed, itʼs a Turner Prize entry”, Daily Telegraph, London, October 20, p. 7
Sumpter, Helen, “Off the Walls”, The Big Issue, October 18, p. 25
“Double Take”, The Daily Telegraph, London, October 13, p. 11
“Magnetic North attracts the crowds”, The Journal, Newcastle, October 12, p. 17
“Fameʼs mized blessing when your house is destroyed”, Sunday Herald, London, October 10, p. 6
Adams, Tim, “Eyes on the Prize”, The Observer, Life Magazine, London, October 10, p. 30
“The Lowdown”, Mail on Sunday, London, October 10, p. 39
Glazebrook, Mark, “Keep it Underground”, The Spectator, London, ctober 9 Wired Magazine, review, October
Searle, Adrian, “Venice on the Mersey”, The Guardian, London, September 28 Cumming, Laura, “Stasi headquarters twinned with greenham common”, 
The Observer, London, September 26
“La Biennale di Liverpool: Tracce”, Flash Art, Sept –Oct, Is. 218
Kent, Sarah, “Twin Peeks”, Time Out London, September 22
Dorment, Richard, “ Down the corridors of power”, The Daily Telegraph , London, September 22
Cork, Richard, “A marathon of horrors - but is it safe?” ,The Times, London, September 22
Lubbock, Tom, “ Dreams in the corridors of power “, The Independent, London, September 21
Kent, Sarah, “ Who dares twins”, Time Out , September 15-22, 1999
Darwent, Charles, “ Are you seeing double yet?”, The Independent London, September 19,
Januszczak, Waldemar, “ Having a bad trip”, The Times, London September,19
Moore, Rowan, “Fearful symmetry”, Evening Standard , London, September, 19
Russel, John, “The Big Show: Jane and Louise Wilson”, The Times, London, September 18, p. 42
Glancey, Jonathan, “ A ratʼs eye view of the commons”, The Guardian London, September, 15
Caplan, Nina, “Jane and Louise Wilson”, Metro, September 13, p. 18
Williams, Murphy, “ Double Exposure”, The Daily Telegraph, London September 4
Van der Wyck, Edina, “Double Exposure”, Telegraph Magazine, London, Sept. 4 Jones, Jonathan, Cover “Ghostbusters”, article “Seeing double”, 
   The Guardian, London, Friday review cover story, September 3
Shone, Richard, preview, Artforum, September, p. 45
Shone, Richard, “Turner Points”, Artforum, September, p. 48
Brenson, Michael, “Fact and Fiction”, Artforum International, September, p. 67 Graham-Dixon, Andrew,”Twin Peaks”, British Vogue,Sept. pp.316-321
Poynter, Phil, “Twin Peaks”. Vogue, September, 1999, pp. 318-321.
Manby, Joe, “Dossier of a Madwoman”, Make ʻUnder Surveilanceʼ, London, August , No. 84
Leith, William, “We are a Camera”, The Independent , London August 29, 1999
Bishop, Claire, review, Flash Art, summer, p. 13
Marlow, Tim, “Gamma”, Sight & Sound, London, July 28
Wainwright, Jean, “Dual Perspectives”, Hot Shoe International, London, July Krygler, Irit, “Letter fromm L.A.”, artnet.com
Cumming, Laura, “The juryʼs still out...”, The Observer, London, June 6, p.10 Thorncroft, Anthony, “Turner contendors focus on moving image”, Financial Times, London, June 4, p. 12
Gibbons, Fiachra, “Artists in camera for Turner prize”, The Guardian, London, June 4, p.7
“The art rebels are turning respectable”, Daily Telegraph. London, June 4, p. 10 Alberge, Dalya, “Turner Prize officially round the bend”, The Times, London, June 4, p.5
Burdon, Jackie, “Painters shunned as Turner Prize short list favours moving images”, The Scotsman, June 4, p.8
“Vine, Andrew,“Shortlist adds to the role of notoriety”, Yorkshire Post, June 4, p.10
“Artists chase £20,000 prize”, Daily Post, (Liverpool), U.K. June 4, p.10 Slotover, Mathew, “Young British Art: The Saatchi Decade”, frieze, Is. 47, June, July, August, p. 112
Schwabsky, Barry, review, Artforum,May, p. 187
Williams, Gilda, “Jane & Louise Wilson”, Art Monthly, April, No, 225, p. 26-7 Coronelli, Marconi and Chiara, “Le Gemelle Wilson – Nel Labirinto della Paranoia”, photo (Edizione Italiana), April, No. 25
Buck, Louisa, “UK artists Q & A: Jane and Louise Wilson”, The Art Newspaper, London, March
Smithson, Helen, “Legacy thatʼs not common”, Hampstead & Highgate Express, London, March 26
Costa, Maddy, “Jane and Louise Wilson”, Hot Tickets / Evening Standard,4/ 25 “Kunstmarkt”, Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany, March 20, p.52 Exhibition diary, World of Interiors, London, March
“Jane and Louise Wilson: Gamma”, The Guardian, London, March 2
Jones, Jonathan, “Meet the Wilson sisters, with Stasi in their eyes”, The Observer, London, February 14
Kent, Sarah, “Art”, Time Out, London, February 17, No. 1487, p.5
IOʼR, “Twin Peak”, Tate Magazine, Spring, issue 17, pp. 6-7
“Installation Gamma”, The Times/Metro, London, February 13, p.4
Searle, Adrian, “Absolutely Bunkers”, The Guardian, London, February 20, p.5 Aldersey-Williams, Hugh, “Bunker Mentality”, New Statesman, London, February 26
Hickey, Dave, “Double or Quits”, frieze, pp. 65-66, Issue 50, Jan-Feb
Jones, Jonathan, “Be confident. Be happy. Splash it all over”, The Observer, London, January 3
Adams, Brook, review, Art in America, October, p. 131
Wakefield, Neville, “Jane & Louise Wilson”, Artforum, October, p.112-113. Smith, Roberta, review, The New York Times, June 5, p. E37 
Review, The New Yorker, June 15
Voice Choices review, The Village Voice, June 9, p. 102
Newton, Douglas, review, New York Contemporary Art Report, June, p. 82 Review, New York Now, http://www.nynow.com/arts_eats/
Kyriacou, Sotiris, “The Rise and Rise of British Video”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 14
“Jane & Louise Wilson, Stasi City”, Kunstverein Hannover, No. 1, pp. 8-9 Barrett, David, “First LEA Gallery Exhibition”, Art Monthly, London, Issue 212, p. 33-34
Williams, Gilda, review, Art Monthly, London, No. 193, February, pp. 25-26 Savage, John, “Jane and Louise Wilson”, Frieze, Issue 27, March-April, p. 66-67
Bevan, Roger, “Lotta Action with Jake and Max”, The Art Newspaper, London, March, p. 37
Tozer, John, “Co-operators”, Art Monthly, London, No. 194, March, pp. 26-28
Stange, Raimar, “Im Banne des Mediums?”, Kunst-Bullettin, Zurich, No. 5, May, p. 16-21
Barrett, David, “Co-operators”, Frieze, Issue 28, May, p. 64
“Jane + Louise Wilson”, Blok Notes, Paris, No. 8, Winter, pp. 62-63
Norman, Geraldine, “Turning the Tide in Venice”, The Independent on Sunday, London, U.K., March 12
Baerwaldt, Wayne, “Crawl Space: Jane and Louise Wilson”, Art and Text, No. 52
Newman, Michael, “Beyond the Lost Object: From Sculpture to Film and Video”, Art Press, Press, Paris, No. 202, May, pp. 45-50
Archer, Michael, “Home and Away”, Art Monthly, London, No. 188, Jul-Aug, p. 8-10
“Speciale Anteprima Fuori Uso ʻ95”, Segno, Pescara GuignoLuglio, No. 141, \June-July, p. 20-25
Kent, Sarah, “Sound and Vision”, Time Out, London, No. 1306, Aug 30-Sept 6, p. 24-27
Di Raddo, Elena, “General Release”, Tema Celeste, No. 53-54, Autumn, p. 88 Lutyens, Dominic, “Jane & Louise Wilson, Chisenhale Gallery”, Whatʼs On In London, London, December 13, p. 17
Mooring, Letty, “Sister Act”, Womenʼs Art, No. 56, Jan/Feb, pp. 10-11 
Choon, Angela, “Rebels of the Realm”, Art and Antiques, April, pp. 56-64 
Lillington, David, “Monkey Business”, Time Out, London, U.K., No. 1235, April 20-27, p. 41
Wigram, Max, “British Art Special”, The Face, No. 68, May, pp. 56-72 Graham-Dixon, Andrew, “The dying of the light”, The Independent, Tuesday, April 26, p. 23
Cork, Richard, “All human life is misssing”, The Times, Tuesday, April 26, p. 37
Stallabrass, Julian, “Beyond Belief”, Art Monthly, No. 177, June, pp. 29-30 
Kastner, Jeffrey, “Beyond Belief”, Flash Art, Vol. XXVII, No. 177, Summer, p. 61 
“Tales of Not So Unexpected”, Hampstead and Highgate Express, May 6
Hilty, Greg, “Beside Themselves”, Frieze, Issue 18, Sept-Oct, pp. 40-43
Muir, Gregor, “Beyond Belief”, World Art, Vol. 1, No. 2, June, p. 109
“Wonderful Life”, Nikkei Art, Japan, No. 61, October, p. 97
Jaio, Miren, “Construyendo la Identidad”, Lapiz, Spain, No. 106, pp. 12-19 Lillington, David, “True Brit, David Lillington on Wonderful Life at the Lisson”, Time Out, London, U.K. , July 28
Dorment, Richard, “Hypnotised by a Handful of Stars”, The Daily Telegraph, London, U.K., August 11
Cottingham, Laura, “Wonderful Life, Lisson Gallery”, Frieze, Issue 12, September-October
Wilson, Andrew, “Wonderful Life, Lisson Gallery, London”, Forum International, Belgium, Vol. IV, No, 19, Oct/Nov
“Itʼs a Wonderful Life at the Lisson”, Flash Art News, Vol. XXVI, No. 172, p. 60 Harada, Ruiko, “From London”, Bijutsu Techno Monthly Art Magazine, Vol. 45, No. 678, pp. 148-9
Jones, Gareth, “Ouverture: Jane and Louise Wilson”, Flash Art, Vol. XXVI, No. 173, Nov/Dec, p. 103
Pooke, Grant. Contemporary British Art: An Introduction, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, London & New York. 2011
Jane and Louise Wilson: A Free and Anonymous Monument, Film and Video Umbrella, Baltic, Lisson Gallery UK. text by Giuliana Bruno
Jane and Louise Wilson, De Appel Amsterdam (exh catalog)
Crosscurrents at Centuryʼs End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collection, Neuberger Berman, New York
Lajer-Barcharth, Ewa, “Spaces of the Self: Some Recent Video Installations and the Notion of the Woman Artist”, Biographien des organlosen Korpers, p. 133-150
Installations II lʼempire des sens, Nicolas de Oliveira, Nicola Oxley, and Michael Petry, Thames & Hudson, Paris, 136
“Outer & Inner Space: Pipilotti Rist, Shirin Neshat, Jane & Louise Wilson and the History of Video Art” (exh.cat) curated by John B. Ravenol, with texts by Laura Cottingham, Eleanor Heartney, and Jonathan Knight Crary, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
“The GAP Show, Young Critical art from Great Britain”, Mueseum am Ostvall, Dortmund, text by Claire Doherty and Alexander Broun
“Beau Monde: Toward a Redeemed Cosmopolitalism”, SITE Santa Feʼs Fourth International Biennial (exh. cat.), curated by David Hickey, text by Louis Grachos
“Hypermental Rampant Reality 1950-2000 from Salvador Dali to Jeff Koons”, curated by Bice Curiger, Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, p. 124, 141
“2001 A Space Oddity”, The Colony Room Club, London, UK, text by George Melly and Louisa Buck
Carnegie International 1999/2000: Artists Reader, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, p. 213
“Jane and Louise Wilson: Las Vegas, Graveyard Time”, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, (exh.cat), text by Suzanne Weaver
“Das Gedächtnis der Kunst”, Historisches Museum Frankfurt, in
colaboration with Kunsthalle Schirn
Jane & Louise Wilson, Serpentine Gallery, London, U.K. (exh. cat)
Young British Art, The Saatchi Decade, Both – Clibborn Editions
Video cult/ures, ʻGammaʼ, Museum for Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany The British Art Show 4, National Touring Exhibitions, Arts Council Collection and Hayward Gallery, Cornerhouse Publications, London, (exh.cat)
Seeing Time: Selections from the Kramlich Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, pp. 66-69
Black Box, Film and Video Umbrella, touring exhibition (exh. cat.)
Jane and Louise Wilson: Stasi City, (exh.cat), Kunstverein Hannover, Germany
Co-operators, exhibition catalogue, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, U.K. and Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield, UK
NowHere, (exh.cat), Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark Artisti Britannici a Roma, (exh.cat), Turin, Umberto Allemandi & C.
Here and Now, (exh.cat), text by Sarah Kent, Serpentine Gallery, London, U.K.
General Release, (exh.cat), British Council selection for the Venice Biennale, Scuola San Pasquale, Venice, Italy
(exh.cat), Chisenhale Gallery, London, U.K.
The British Art Show 4, (exh.cat), South Bank Art Centre
New Contemporaries, (exh.cat), text by Stuart Morgan, New Contemporaries, London, U.K., Cornerhouse, Manchester, U.K., Orchard Gallery, Derry,
U.K., Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, U.K. (exh cat.)
Over the Limit, (exh.cat), text by Andrew Renton, Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K.
Over the Limit, (exh.cat), text by Andrew Renton, Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K.
“Use Your Allusion: Recent Video Art”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL