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Julian Opie Bibliography

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Bibliography:  Selected Articles & Reviews

Forbes, Alexander: Berlin's Gallery Weekend forges path to success,, May 6
Meixner, Christine: Berliner Kunst: Schöner, größer, weiter, Der Tagesspiegel, May 2
Ruthe, Ingeborg: Julian Opie bei Gerhardsen Gerner, Berliner Zeitung, May 20
Scheder, Beate: Afrika, Sartre und ein deutscher Kasper, Berliner Zeitung, May 3
Wewer, Antje: Weekend Berlin, Interview, May
N.N.: Casino de luxe, profil, Oct 6
N.N.: Licht im Ladenbau: Die Macht des Unbewussten/Vom Licht berührt, BM, September 5
N.N.: Was kostet ein Blick auf die Sterne?, NZZ, August 29
N.N.: Die andere Seite des eigenen Ichs, Stuttgarter Zeitung, July 18
N.N.: Thank god it's Friday. Tipps zum Gallery Weekend Berlin,, May 2
N.N.: Futuristische Ladenfassade an der Bahnhofstrasse, Tages-Anzeiger, March 22
Julian Opie: Sculptures, Paintings, Films. (MOCAK), Interview for portal rynek i sztuka
Julian Opie: Collected Works, Art Quarterly Magazine, May
Interview, LOOK Magazine: "Kunst am Bau"

Valla, Kristin: Den Lyse Materien, Aftenposten K, January
N.N.: The Guardian: Framing the view: six artists reveal how they choose landscapes, The Guardian, February 2

Das, Soma: interview, Mid Day newspaper Mumbai
N.N.: interview, Time Out Mumbai
N.N.: interview, Harper’s Bazaar India
Tousley, Nancy: Julian Opie: A New Calgary Stroll, Canadian Art Online 2010
Kazanc, Ümmühan:  Art AM, Global Art, January
Bsaran, Yazi Ezig: Modern Hareket, Vogue, April
N.N.:Julian Opie ile Görsel lisanin siniri, Yeni Safk , April
N.N.:Sanat, Vogue (Turkey), May
N.N.:Julian Opie Icin Geri Sayim, Taraf, April
N.N.:Julian Opie, ilk kez Tüekiye’de, Sabah, April
Sanatci, Guncel:  Julian Opie, Istanbul’da, Pazar Sabah, May
N.N.:Julian Opie Le Yemektey z !, Milliyet Cadde, 34, May
N.N.:Hürriyet Daily News & Economic Review, April
Dogan , Eda: Istanbul Panorama, Hello, April
Yurdacan, Suzan:Dijital teknik ve sanat”, Elle, May
Bayus, Eser: Sanat Julian Opie”, Alem, April
Aircan:mis obsesiones, AD, April

Opie, Julian:Optical Illusions, .Cent, Autumn/Winter
Joshi, Anubha Sawhney:Shahnoza pole dances into city, The Times Of India, February
Maddox, Georgina: India Magnet, Indian Express, January
N.N.:Mumbai This Week, Mumbi Mirror, January
Lalkaka, Shanaya: Technically Speaking, DNA, January
Padhiar, Jigna: Doodle do dum, Hindustan Times, February
Maddox, Georgina: Fish out of Water, The Indian Times, February
N.N.:Your week starts today, Economic Times, Feburary
Baria, F Zeenia:The Times of India, Bombay Times, February
Datawala, Shahid: Elle hotlist: 3 questions Shahid Dtawala, photographer and Furniture Designer, Elle, March
Opie, Julian:Advert for Sakshi Gallery, Time Out Mumbai, January – February
Pal, Deepanjana: Magnum Opie, Time Out, January – February 

Capelli, Pia:Minimal Pop, Arte (Italia) July
Pryor, John-Paul: Julian Opie, Dazed & Confused Japan, May, issue 67
Von Naso, Rudiger: Opies Opus, Madame, July
N.N.: What's on: Julian Opie, Time out London, November
Wiehager, Renate: An a-z of artists and their work, MAXImin Maximum minimization in contemporary art, March

Searle, Adrian: Chronicler of a Floating World, The Guardian, December
Burrows, Wayne:The Moon Reflected, Metro, December
Burrows, Wayne: New View on a natural High, Metro, November
N.N.:What to see this month, Art Review, November
Duguid, Hannah: Japan’s still, small voice of calm, The Independent, November
Sooke, Alistar: Master Print Maker Still Making Waves, Telegraph, November
Freak, Dave: Misty Mountain Hop, Whats On, November
Grimley, Terry: My Early Christmas Treat, The Birmingham Post, December
Watkins, Jonathan: Vision Of Julian Opie, British Museum Magazine, Winter
Brown, Neal: Eastern Woodblock, The First Post, December
Cortes, Susana:Showtime en el CAC de Malaga, Negocio, 4th Jan
Barr, Damian:Miro, Miro on the wall,, 27th Feb
Finel Honigman, Ana: Straight Man, Whitewall, Spring
Andrews, Scott: Julian and Suzanne walking, Java, Oct
N.N.:A painter of contemporary life, Asiana, Sept
Nanoru, Michal:   Julian Opie a Portrait, Hype Super 24, June

Jarque, Fietta:  Julian Opie, El Pais, 23rd Dec
Jarque, Vincente: O el Arte de la Ambiguedad, Artey Parte, no. 66
Pulido, Natividad: Julian Opie- Artista Britanico, ABC, 15th Dec
Clarke, Richard: Iconic blur, Printmaking Today, vol. 15 no. 4 Winter
N.N.:This is Shahnoza – Draft, 004 Autumn
N.N.:Amica, Oct
Irving, Mark: Quick on the Draw, Times 2, 11th Oct
Berry, S.L.: Opie’s art exhibition unveiled,, 28th Sept
Rabinowitz, Cay Sophie:Made fro the Market Place, Financial Times, 12th Sept
Greenstreet, Rosanna: Q&A – Julian Opie, The Guardian, 9th Sept
Browne, Kelvin:Drawings tease Moore sculptures,, 24th Aug
N.N.:Random Animated Lighted Pedestrians, The Improper Bostonian, July/Aug
Berry S.L.:Outdoor Art is In, The Indianapolis Star, 21st July
Vogel, Carol: A Taste of Britain, The New York Times, 21st July
N.N.:Julian Opie – Milk, July
N.N.:Conversation with Julian Opie, Mac Power, May Issue no. 197
N.N.:Insert: Julian Opie, Frame, March/April
N.N.:Pen, No. 168, Feb

N.N.:Julian Opie: Animals, Buildings, Cars and People, Inprocess, Winter
Kunitz, Daniel: Logo Rhythm, Vogue Men, Fall
McQuaid, Cate:Walk this way, The Boston Globe, 28 Oct
V.Eng, Heather:For cool display, walk this way, The Boston Herald, 7 Oct
Muther, Christopher: Walking the walk, Calendar, The Boston Globe, 6 Oct
Goldstein, Meredith: Quick Picks, The Boston Globe, 6 Oct
N.N.:Como socializar a arte, Galicia Hoxe, 29 Sept
CP:Julian Opie, La Voz de Galicia, 29 Sept
N.N.:Apertura, Miercoles, 28 Sept
N.N.:Julia n Opie y Diego Santome exponen en Santiago, Miercoles, 28 Sept
Black, Paul: Balancing Act, Sculpture, Sept
Richter, Peter:Kunst & Auto, Monopol, Aug/Sept
Kepel, Gilles: Der Untergang von Londonistan, Frankfurter Allgemeine, 28 Aug
Collings, Matthew: Here’s looking at me, The Daily Telegraph, 27 Aug
N.N.:Farm Animals roam in City Hall Park, Lower, 23 Aug
G. Park, Sean:Draw Me, Art Price, July
Donze, Vincent: La Foire aux chefs-d’oeuve, Le Matin, 16 June
Mark, Cristoph: Julian Opie’s language of art, The Daily Yomiuri, 19 May
N.N.: Domus, no. 879, March  
Veronica, Marina: Likeness: Portraits of artists by other artists, Arts Media, March/April
Coombes, Clare: Profile: Julian Opie, Art & Architechure Journal, Feb
N.N.: A4 art auction round up, Pallant House Gallery Magazine, 5 Feb

Kuthe, Ingeborg: Piktogramm Statt Weibsbild, Berliner Zeitung, 1 Dec
N.N.:Arte & Mercato, Arte, Dec
Holstein, Philipp: Julian Opie, der Vorsteher von Oz, Rheinsche Post, 25 Nov
Akbar, Arifa:If you had £2,000 to spend on art, what would you buy?, The Independent, November
Watal, Divya: Modern art for landmark building and park, Downtown Express, 29 Oct - 4 Nov
N.N.:Hobbies and interests, Three for free, Oct
N.N.:This Model’s Life, Volvo Magazine
N.N.:Grants Highlights, Quarterly, autumn
Kennedy, Maev: In love with Sara, The Guardian, 12 Aug
Hubbard, Sue:The eyes have it, The Independent Review, 27 July
Horan, Tom:The Olympics of the art world, The Telegraph, June
Geldard, Rebecca: Graduate, Time Out: University of the Arts London, May
N.N.:Julian Opie, AXM, April
Sanchez, Alberto: Bijou gets undressed, new work, Exit express, April
Blank, Gil:How do you know who you know?, Influence, Issue 02,
Hackworth, Nick: The Evening Standard, March
Guner, Fisun: Metro London, March
Cook, Lindy:Julian Opie, The Sunday Telegraph, March
N.N.:Toon Time, Attitude, March
N.N.:  My secret life, The Independent on Saturday magazine, March
N.N.:Our selection, The Art Newspaper, March
Glover, Michael:Colourful, simple and noisy, The Independent, March
Blank, Gil:Interview with Julian Opie, Influence Magazine, Jan  (iss.2)

N.N.:Sara Gets undressed (artist project), Sleek, Winter
Kennedy, Maev: Saved, The Guardian, Oct
Aidin, Rose: Brush with fame, The Observer Oct
N.N.:Going, going…got it, The Times, Oct
N.N.:Arte e formula uno, Elle Décor Italia, May
Jones, Hannah: The art of changing faces, Western Mail, April
Temin, Christine: How to draw on a wall, Boston Sunday Globe, March

Koplos, Janet:Art Factory for England, Art in America, Oct, p. 45
Blackburn, Janice: House Style, Art Review, Oct, Vol. LIII, p. 90-95
N.N.:50 Sharpest men in Britain, Esquire, Sept
N.N.:B. OPEN, Modern Painters, autumn, p. 142
Usherwood, Paul:B. Opened, Art Monthly, No. 259, Sept, p. 1-4
Lorés, Maite: B-OPEN, Contemporary, Sept, p. 80
N.N.:Flash Art, Vol. XXXIX no. 225, July-Sept
Ratnam, Niru:A chequered history, Contemporary, June/July/Aug, p. 74-76
Glover, Michael:Seeing is believing, The Independent, 16 July
Batten, Rhiannon: Blank canvas, The Scotsman, 6 July, p. 22 (magazine)
Sudjic, Deyan: It’s enough to make you weep, The Observer, 7 July, p. 12
Thomas, Michelle: New: Recent acquisitions of contemporary art, The List, 1 Aug
Jackson, William: Art 33 Basel, Galleries, Aug
Crowley, Tim: Regeneration of the Past: Ensuring long term success for the Baltic’, Art Index, # 1, p. 52-53
N.N.:Art Review: Sponsor the Difference, June, Volume LIII
Chrisafis, Angelique:  Skateboarder wins UK’s largest art prize, The Guardian, 8 May
Russel Taylor, John: Wrapped up in celluloid, Times 2, 8 May, p. 16
N.N.:Dangerous sport sponsors art, Art Review, April, volume LIII, p. 20
N.N.:Answer the questions! People mistake me for the receptionist, The Independent on Sunday, 31 March
N.N.:After Andy: ten artists discuss the significance of Warhol for them, Contemporary, Feb
Shone, Richard:Julian Opie, Ikon Gallery, Artforum, Feb
N.N.:Prizetime, Art Monthly, No 253, Feb
Wright, Karen: Gallery, Modern Painters, spring, Volume 15, Number 1

N.N.:B. Open, Tema Celeste, Nov/Dec
Gavin, Francesca: The motorway Monet: Julian Opie, Intersection
Gibbons, Fiachra:Gallery suffers blurred vision, The Guardian, 6 Sept
Reynolds, Nigel: Yes, we can see a blur but who’s in the pictures?, The Daily Telegraph, 6 Sept
RS: Julian Opie/Birmingham, Artforum, Sept, p. 83
Callender, Cat: Holidays of the rich and famous, The Observer Magazine, 5 Aug, p. 35
Godfrey, Tony: Plain Vision, RA Magazine, autumn, p. 27
N.N.:Daily Telegraph, 30 Aug
N.N.:Julian Opie, The Art Magazine Wolgan Misool, Issue 7, pp. 100-105
N.N.:The Artist’s Eye: Julian Opie, preview of short screened on BBC Knowledge, The Times, 17 July
Archer, Michael: Julian Opie, Artforum, May, pp. 188-189
Shone, Richard:London: Opie; Landy, Burlington Magazine, April, pp. 235-236
N.N.:My Bookmarks, The Daily Telegraph, 5 April
N.N.:Baltic, p. 117, Tema Celeste, March - April
Bergmans, Jeroen: Julian Opie, Wallpaper, March
Buck, Louisa: PC World, p.40, Esquire, March
N.N.:OK Magazine, London, 2 March
Patrick, Keith:Contemporary Landscapes, Contemporary Visual Arts, pp.70-71, Issue 32
Behrman, Pryle: Julian Opie, Art Monthly, March, pp. 31-33,
Reitmaier, Heidi: Artzone, p. 83, Tate, spring
McEwen, John:The Sunday Telegraph, March 11
N.N.:Richard Cork’s five best London exhibitions, Play, 10-16  March, p. 25
Milner, Catherine: Artscene, Nursery's cool, Tatler, London, Feb, p. 64
Hackworth, Nick:Opie Land in a Blur, The Evening Standard, London, 23 Feb
Januszczak, Waldemar: Everything must go?, The Sunday Times, Culture magazine, 18 Feb, pp.6-7
Güner, Fisun: Julian Opie, What’s on in London, 21 Feb, pp. 23 & 25
N.N.:Computers used to bring Andy Warhol’s ideas bang up-to-date, Hampstead & Highgate Express, 23 Feb
Chapman, Peter: The Independent, 24 Feb
Jones, Jonathan: A Gainsborough for the 21st century, The Guardian, 28 Feb
Kent, Sarah:Time Out, 28 Feb
N.N.:Northwest, London, Feb
Darwent, Charles: Growing up as an infantilist artist, The Independent on Sunday, 11 Feb
Cumming, Laura:Figure that one out..., The Observer, 11 Feb
Güner, Fisun: Metro, London, 9 Feb
N.N.:Into the blue, i-D Magazine, Feb, p. 186
N.N.:Opie for the masses, Vogue, Feb
N.N.:Opie verdict, The Independent on Sunday/Reality Magazine
Sumpter, Helen: Choice, Hot Tickets, 9-15 Feb, p. 38-39
Clark, Paul: It’s all a bit of a Blur, The Evening Standard/Going Out, 8 Feb
Buck, Louisa: Logo people, The Art Newspaper, Feb, p. 37
JL: Julian Opie, The Guardian, Guide, 3 Feb
Wyatt, Kathleen: Arts Diary, The Times, 5 Feb
Hemming, Sarah:City Central, Daily Express, 26 Jan

Moncrieff, Elspeth: British artists plaster London galleries, The Art Newspaper, Nov
N.N.:Tate Modern Reality and Fiction, Tema Celeste, Oct – Dec, p.116
Mullins, Charlotte: Interview The Lure of the Open Road, Art Review, Autumn, p.11-13
N.N.:The biggest event of the year was..., Londinium, Autumn, p.28
Ulmer, Brigitte: Kunstszene London: Explosion an Kreativitaet!, Bolero, Sept, p.26-32
Coerver, Jens Peter: New Painting, der Stand der Dinge, Frame, July/Aug, p.36-49
Milner, Catherine: High IQ, Tatler, Aug
McRitchie, Lynn: Intelligent approach to modern art, The Financial Times, early edition, 7 July, p.16
Searle, Adrian: Thick and Thin, The Guardian, 8 July
Packer, William: Cutting-edge intelligence proves artificial
Januszczak, Waldemar: A test of Intelligence, The Sunday Times, Culture Section, 9 July  
Cork, Richard: Driving forces of the new British Art, The Times, 7 July
Cumming, Laura: You can fill in the blanks, The Observer Review, 9 July
Glover, Izi: Lost, Ikon Gallery, Frieze, June/July/Aug, p.114-115, issue 53
Buck, Louisa: Art is sexy, Evening Standard ES Magazine, p.15, 2 June
Wilson Lloyd, Ann: Julian Opie at Barbara Krakow, Art in America, June, p.129-130
Thorpe, Vanessa:Tate curator in attack on arts, The Observer, 14 May, p.9
Januszczak, Waldemar: Curated chaos, The Sunday Times Magazine, 14 May, p.6-7
Dominic: Far-Out Pavilions, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, 13 May, p.37
Graham Dixon, Andrew: The Art of Success, Vogue, May, p.179-92
Block, Lawrence: Pictures by Julian Opie, Modern Painters, cover, Spring, p.65-79
Rosser, Nigel: Where for art now? The Tate, Evening Standard, 18 April

Buck, Louisa: Mart for art’s sake, Esquire, Dec, p.58
N.N.:Shopping and Fucking, Art Monthly, Oct, p. 23,
Whiting, Sam:Death-Embracing Show in Spotlight, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 Sept
Meier, Philipp: Nicht-Porträts - Nicht Orte, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 1 Sept
N.N.:Sculptuur 1999 / Julian Opie, Haagsche Courant, 18 June
Liebmann, Lisa;
Adams, Brooks:A Summer Place, Art in America, June, p.100-107
N.N.:Underneath the paving stones ..., Art Monthly, May, no.226, p. 20
Dalby, Stewart:Some days my prints will come good, The Guardian, May 1, p.18
Cork, Richard: Artist’s impressions, The Times, 1 May, pp. 32-36
N.N.:50 years of British sculpture, Les cahiers de la sculpture, no. 1, p.50
Raap, Jürgen:Für Sie habe ich noch etwas Besonderes, Kunstforum, March/April   
Garlake, Margaret: Monumental Work, Art Monthly, April, No.225, p.47
Morison, Paul: Bonjour Monsieur Caulfield, Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 22, pp. 26 - 32
Freedman, Lisa: Gone to Ground, The Independent on Sunday, 21 Feb

N.N.:That’ll do nicely - Art gets branded, Frieze, Issue 42
Barrett, David: Surfacing - Contemporary Drawing, Art Monthly, No.221, Nov, p 27-28

Rondi, Joelle: British Spring, Artpress, No. 225, June
Dorment, Richard: Brits are best - and I’m not biased, The Daily Telegraph, 18 June
Hall, James: The School without an Underclass, 2 May
Dorment, Richard: Hypnotic Power of the object, The Daily Telegraph, 23 April
Kent, Sarah:Culture Club, Time Out, 16 - 23 April
Cork, Richard: Intimations, The Times, 8 April
Kurjakovic, Daniel; Lämmli, Dominique:  Reisen bei hoher Geschwindigkeit, Kunst-Bulletin, March
Thorncroft, Antony: Dealers at the cutting edge, Financial Times, London, 18 Jan

Bonami, Francesco:  Julian Opie, FlashArt, Nov/Dec
Rennert, Martin: Nudes and Tin-Tin, The Times Higher Educational Supplement, 8 Nov
Burrows, David: How will we behave?, Art Monthly, Sept
Coomer, Martin: Julian Opie. Lisson, Time Out, London, 3 July
N.N.: Julian Opie on Giovanni di Paolo’s St John The Baptist Retiring To The Desert, The Guardian, London, 2 July
Sanderson, Philip: Julian Opie, Lisson Gallery, Art Monthly, No.198, July, pp.25-26
Brunner, Manfred: Suggestion einer Autofahrt, Neue Bildende Kunst, No.3, Berlin, June-July, p.82
Januszczak, Waldemar: An air of familiarity, The Sunday Times, London, 23 June
N.N.:Julian Opie, The Standard, London, 11 June
N.N.:Great Britain, past and present, Art Press, No.214, Paris, June, p.19
Freedman, Carl: Julian Opie, Galleries, London, June, p.27
Marguerat, Florence: Julian Opie, Scenes Magazine, April
Grandjean, Emmanuel: Aux frontières du réel, Le Nouveau Quotidien, 29 March
Cunningham-Tinguely, A.: Julian Opie, La Clef, 29 March
Lyttleton, Celia: Julian Opie, The Now Art Book, Japan
Verzotti, Giorgio: Julian Opie. Monica De Cardenas, Artforum, New York, Jan, p. 91-92
Gleadell, Colin: Little Jack Horner & the Wunder-Barn Kid, Art Monthly, No.192, Dec/Jan, p.46-47, 1995-96

Uccia, Birgid:Mailand: Julian Opie in der Galerie Monica de Cardenas, Kunst-Bulletin, No.12, Zurich, Dec, p. 35
Dorment, Richard: Anything but boring, The Daily Telegraph, 30 Dec
Deggiovanni, Piero: Arte Inglese Oggi, Tema Celeste, No.53-54, Milan, Autumn, p. 88
Gleadell, Colin:Footnotes to the October Calendar, Art Monthly, No.190, Oct, p. 42
Bickers, Patricia:Drawing the Line, Art Monthly, No. 189, Sept, p. 40-41
Patrick, Keith:The complex web, RA Magazine, No.48, Autumn, p. 24-25
Lambirth, Andrew: Whose line is it anyway?, What’s On, 16 Aug, p. 12-13
Gayford, Martin: The subject is anything, The Daily Telegraph, 16 Aug
Hilton, Tim:Abstract expressions, The Independent on Sunday, 13 Aug
Gale, Iain:Iain Gale on exhibitions, The Independent, 11 Aug
Kalinski, Nicola: Whitechapel Art Gallery, Drawing the Line, Burlington Magazine, July, p. 470-472
Cooke, Lynne: Micromegas, Parkett, No.44, Zurich, July, p.132-137,138-145
N.N.: Speciale Anteprima Fuori Uso ’95, Segno, No.141, Pescara, June/July, p.20-25
Leguillon, Pierre: Micromegas, American Centre, Art Press, No.203, Paris, June, p.81
Archer, Michael: The Cologne Art Fair: Two Views, Art Monthly, No.182, Jan, p.29
Vettese, Angela: Architettura Simulata, Domus, No.767 Milan, Jan p. 70-74
Archer, Michael: The Cologne Art Fair, Art Monthly, Dec/Jan, p.29

Dorment, Richard: Her Majesty's Pleasure, The Daily Telegraph, 2 Nov
Norman, Geraldine: British Set Trend With Pickled Bulls and Subversive Vases, The Independent, 21 Nov
N.N.: Pleasure at Her Majesty's, The Architect's Journal, 27 Oct, p.22
N.N.: News From the Trevi Flash Art Museum, Flash Art International, Vol.XXVII, No.178, p.40
Lyttleton, Celia:War of the art worlds, Tatler, Aug, p.108-113
Stoeber, Michael:Legoland der Kunst, Artist, Bremen, June, p.18-21
Bevan, Roger: Rome Celebrates British Art, The Art Newspaper, No.39, June, p.16
Rueda, Carmen: New Voices, a show if irony and humour in the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Deia, 4 May
de Gorbea, Xavier Saenz:British Painting 1989-1992, Deia, 22 May
Saiz, Josune: British New Voices in Bilbao, Egin, 4 May
Agirre, G.:Ahots Berriak, Britainia Handiko gaur egungo pinturaren errebisioa, Egunkaria, 4 May
San Millan, Marga R.:  Bilbao holds an exhibition with 14 young British artists, El Mundo del Pais Vasco, 4 May
Bernardina, Marta Dalla: Julian Opie, Segno, No.143, May, p. 32-35
Doove, Edith: Julian Opie, Artefactum, XI/52, Summer, p.34
Archer, Michael: Julian Opie, Artforum, XXXII, No.8, April
Cohen, David: London, England, Sculpture, Vol. 13, No.3, May/June, p.77
Corrias, Pilar: Looking to the future: contemporary art in London, The Society of London Art Dealers (1994/5 Yearbook &  Directory of Members), p. 44-45
Juncosa, Enrique: Noves Veus: Pintura Britanica 1989-1992, El Pais, Madrid, 3 April
Berg, Stephan: Julian Opie, Kunstforum, bd.126, March/June, pp.416-417
Wiedemann, Christoph:  Kunst Tips, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 6 April
Wiedemann, Christoph:  Aktuell in Münchner Galerien, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 30 Mar
Bode, Peter:Die Realität im Modell Suchen, Samstag/Sonntag, 27 Mar p.9
Spiegel, Olga:Nova Pintura Britanica al Centre d'Art Santa Monica, La Vanguardia, 19 March
Rogers, Ben: In the frame: Julian Opie, Independent, London, 6 March
Queren, Henning:Wie ein Gulliver zwischen Videoclip und Ritterburg, Neue Presse, 25 Feb
Feaver, William: Roger Hilton and Julian Opie, ARTnews, Feb, Vol.93, No.2, pp.149-150
N.N.: Exporama: Julian Opie, Artpress, No.188, Feb, p.72
Renton, Andrew: Julian Opie: Hayward Gallery, Flash Art International, Vol.XXVI, No.174, Jan/Feb
Hughes, Jack: Cries and Whispers, Independent on Sunday, 16 Jan
Cooper, Emmanuel: Visual Arts, Tribune, 7 Jan

N.N.: Roger Hilton and Julian Opie, ES Magazine, 3 Dec
Dorment, Richard: Virtual Reality Comes to Toytown, The Daily Telegraph, 1 Dec
McKay, Ian:Strange Bedfellows, What's On, 15 Dec
N.N.: The Hayward Gallery, Felix, Dec
Chater, Peter:Mixed Reviews, Spectator, 18 Dec
Trager, Wölfgang: Biennale Venedig '93, Kunstforum, Bd.124, Nov/Dec
Gale, Ian: The Right Frame of Mind, The Independent, London, 15 Dec, p.24
Cohen, David: Reviews, Sculpture, vol.12, No.6, Nov/Dec, p.58
N.N.: The Antique Collector, Nov, p.106
N.N.: Motorway Madness Hits the South Bank, Tate, Winter
Feaver, William: Function Skewed, Vogue, Nov
N.N.: Visual Art, The London Magazine, Nov
N.N.: Art Performance, Tatler, Nov
N.N.: The Independent, 2 Nov
N.N.: Driving on the Road to Nowhere, The Independent, 9 Nov
Cork, Richard: Landmarks and Roads to Nowhere, The Times, 12 Nov
N.N.: What's on, 10 Nov.
N.N.: Rendez - Vous, Ville & Casali, Nov
Kent, Sarah:Building Sights, Time Out, p.39
Taylor, Sam: Driving in Both Directions, Daily Express, 12 Nov
Thorburn, Hedvig: Vägbyggen Som Förbryllar, Sydsvenska Dablades, 18 Nov
Meades, Jonathan: Old Kids on the Blocks, Mail on Sunday, 28 Nov  
N.N.: The Arts Guide, International Herald Tribune, 12 Nov
N.N.: No Hope for Opie, Time Out, 30 Nov
N.N.: Julian Opie Recent Works, Socialist Newspaper, 18 Nov
N.N.: Big Issue, 16 Nov
Carrington, Anne:Julian Opie And Roger Hilton, University of Greenwich
N.N.: Students Magazine, Nov
Gregory, Anne: Julian Opie and Richard Wentworth, Modern Painters, p.94-95
Talbot, L.: Opie's Compulsive Monotony, Ham & High, 26 Nov
Auty, Giles: Oracular Wit, The Spectator, 27 Nov
Januszcaczak, Waldemar: Driving without a map, The Sunday Times, 21 Nov
N.N.: Arena Recommends, Arena, Nov
Hall, James: Toys for Today, The Guardian, 8 Nov, p. 4-5
Packer, William: Toytown comes to the Hayward, The Financial Times, 9 Nov
Beaumont, Mary Rose:  Contemporary Sculpture on View, Galleries, Nov
Hilton, Tim:The Years of Living Dangerously, The Independent on Sunday, 14 Nov
N.N.: Roger Hilton/Julian Opie, The Times, 30 Oct
Cork, Richard: Surprises on the South Bank, The Times, 3 Sept
N.N.: Plastiker & Objektkünstler, Art, das Kunstmagazin, No. 7, July
N.N.: Fúga és gipszpadló, Magyar Narancs, Hungary, 8 July
József, Kótai: Az `elséstált' lehetoség, Magyar Nemzet, Hungary, 18 June
Acsay, Judit: Made Strange, Daily News, Hungary, 18 - 24 June
Miklós, Losonci: Osi idomok, mai jelek, Vasarnapi Hirek, Hungary, 27 June
N.N.: Felejthetó és felejthetetlen dolgok, Népszabadság, Hungary, 30 June
Henry, Clare:Terrific sculptures but none by the Scots, The Glasgow Herald, 28 May
Roberts, James: Tunnel Vision, Frieze, Issue 10, May, p.28-35
Lumbye Sørensen, Ann:  Øjeblikkets abne skulptur,Information Onsdag, Copenhagen, 5 May
Hjort, Øystein: Leg med rum og mellemrum, Politiken, Copenhagen, 4 May
Hansen, Jørgen: I alle reninger - og ingen steder hen, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, Copenhagen, 1 May
Henry, Clare:Julian Spalding, Galleries, May
Marlow, Tim:Julian Opie: Imagine there's another possibility, Terskel/Threshold, No.9, Jan, p.49-63

Boyer, Charles-Arthur: De huizen van Julian Opie of: het vermoeide modernisme, Archis, Sept, p.10.
Karcher, Eva:Aktuell in Münchner Galerien, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich, 30 June
Norman, Geraldine: Eighties for sale, The Independent on Sunday, 3 May
Myerson, Clifford: Architectural Art, Art Monthly, May, p.22-24
Bevan, Roger: Saatchi Collection Opens New Exhibition of Young British Art, The Art Newspaper, Mar
Borrelli, Francesca: Oriente mon amour, Wimbledon, No 23, March, p.60-63
N.N.: Julian Opie in Wiener Secession, Tiroler Tageszeitung, Innsbruck, 16 March
Borchhardt-Birbaumer, Brigitte: Wiener Secession: Opie, Hübner, Weiner Zeitung, Vienna
Boller, Gabrielle: Grenville Davey, Julian Opie, Bern, Kunsthalle, Artefactum, March, p.49.
N.N.: Julian Opie, Vernissage, Vienna, March
Sotriffer, Kristian:Glätte und Magie der Hülle: Julian Opie, Hübner und Zitko in der Secession, Die Presse, Vienna, March
N.N.: Julian Opie in der Secession, Die Presse, Vienna
Krumpl, Doris: 1.800 elektromische Gewitter: die Secession zeigt neue Objekte des jungen Briten Julian Opie, Falter, Vienna
Frohmann, Günther: Wien: Julian Opie, Ursula Hübner und Duane Hanson, Salzburger Nachrichten, Salzburg
Juncosa, Enrique: Julian Opie, Lapiz, Feb
Carboni, Massimo:Julian Opie, Primo Piano, Artforum, Rome, Feb, p.127.
Crisafulli, Fabrizio:     Juliet, No.56, Feb/March, p.61.
Schöllhammer, Georg: Skulpturen der Trabantenstadt Julian Opies Raum-modelle, Der Standard, Vienna, 26 Feb
Moser, Ulli:Der Brite Julian Opie in der Wiener Secession, Kurier, Vienna, Feb
Testa, Armando: Ma le piante di Penone piaceranno ai Verdi?, Il Giornale dell'Arte, Jan, No.96, p17
Piqué, Floriana:Julian Opie: Franz Paludetto, Flash Art, Dec /Jan
N.N.: Nikkei Art, p.141

Carolyn:Britannici tra i sette colli, Domenica, 17 Nov
Archer, Michael: A View of London, Das Jahr 91, Salzburge Kunstverein
Boller, Gabrielle: Grenville Davey/Julian Opie, Das Kunst Bulletin, No.12, p.37-38
N.N.: Ushering in Banality, RA, No. 32, Autumn
Hall, Charles:The Legacy of Pop, Arts Review, 4 Oct
Tobler, Konrad:Die Täuschung täuscht nur die Täuschang, Berner Zeitung BZ, 26 Oct
Jennings, Rose: Eat your heart out, Andy, New Statesman and Society, Sept
Ubl, Ralph: Die Macht der Tradition, Presse, 10 Sept
N.N.: Kunst: Nicht mehr und nicht weniger, Kurier, 27 Sept
N.N.: Julian Opie, BT Magazine, Sept
Livingstone, Marco: L'héritage du pop art anglais leurres: voir double, Art Press, July/Aug, p.23-25
Cassim, Julia: Art transforms appliances, The Japan Times, Tokyo, 9 June
Madoff, Steven Henry:  Sculpture - A New Golden Age?, ARTnews, Vol. 90, No 5, May, p.110-121
Khosla, Kiron:Julian Opie: Lisson Gallery, Artscribe, April
Renton, Andrew: Julian Opie, In-between Space, Flash Art, Vol. XXIV, No.157, March/April, p.134
Archer, Michael: I was not making a monument, I was not making an object, Art Monthly, March, p.3-5.
N.N.: Julian Opie: Lisson Gallery, ARTnews, March
N.N.: From London, BT Magazine, March, p. 86
Juncosa, Enrique: Julian Opie, Lapiz, No.75, Feb, p. 88-89
Kent, Sarah:Julian Opie, Time Out, 2 Jan
N.N.: The Guardian, London, 2 Jan

Parkes, James Carey: Julian Opie, The Good Times, 7 Dec
Metzger, Rainer: Peter Halley, Julian Opie, Giulio Paolini, Susanne Albrecht, Flash Art, No l54, Vol. XXIII, Oct, p.l62-163
Frank, Peter: From the anti-form to the new Objecthood, Artspace, Sept/Oct, p.46-48
Baker, Kenneth:Physical Precision, notes on some recent sculpture, Artspace, Sept /Oct
Hoffmann, Justin:Halley, Opie, Paolini: Albrecht, Artscribe, No 83, Sept/Oct, pp.93-94
Neri, Louise: Block's Buster: Eros, C'est la vie. The 8th Biennale of Sydney, Parkett, 25 Sept, p.143-148
Lumby, Catharine: Sydney Biennial, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Flash Art, No l53, Summer, p.180
N.N.: Face Value, The Standard, London, 20 July
Gillick, Liam: Critical Dementia: The British Art Show, Art Monthly, No 134, March
Taylor, John Russell:  Taking a narrow view, The Times, 26 March
Vaizey, Marina:Showcase in the balance, Sunday Times, March
Lubbock, Tom: On active service in Glasgow's variety house, The Independent on Sunday, March
Lucie-Smith, Edward:  The British Art Show, Modern Painters, January

N.N.: Julian Opie: Galeria Montenegro, Arena, Feb

Messler, Norbert: Julian Opie: Paul Maenz, Köln, Noema, Nov/Dec, p.79
Huici, Fernando: Poética de la indeterminación, El Pais, Madrid, 5 Nov
N.N.: Crónicas de exposiciones, Lapiz, No 53, p.83
N.N.: Del caos al vacio del orden, Guia del Ocio, Madrid, 17-23 Oct, p.45
Danvila, Jose Ramon:  Julian Opie: el vacio atrapado, El punto, Madrid, 21-27 Oct
Olivares, Rosa:Julian Opie, Lapiz, Spain, No.52, p.83
Cooke, Lynne: Identify the Object, Art International, Vol.3, Summer, p.50-53
Kaido, Kazu: Bijutsu Techo, Japan, vol 40, No 594, May, p.16
Baker, Tom: House of fun, The Face, April
N.N.: Exhibition Reviews, Burlington Magazine, April, p.308
Graham-Dixon, Andrew: Pretty Vacant, The Independent, 8 March
Vaizey, Marina:Nurturing talent in a narrow frame, The Sunday Times, 13 March
Carreton Cano,
Vincente: La Oferta Inglesa, Casa Vogue España, No.1
N.N.: Julian Opie, Time Out, 16 March
Bonaventura, Paul: An Introduction to Recent British Sculpture, Artefactum, Sept/Oct, p.3-7
Baker, Kenneth:Julian Opie: Humorous, Cerebral Sculpture, San Francisco Chronicle, 13 June
B Paul, Diane: The Nine Lives of Discredited Data, The Sciences, May/June, p.26-30
Lovely, David: Casting an Eye: Cornerhouse, Artscribe International, May, p.71
Cooke, Lynne: Julian Opie and Simon Linke, Flash Art, No 133, April, p.37-39
Simon Watney:Julian Opie: Lisson, Artscribe, March, p.70-72
Cooke, Lynne: Flash Art, Feb
Morgan, Stuart:Julian Opie: Lisson Gallery, Artforum, Feb, p.131
Vaizey, Marina:Life Studies, Burlington Magazine, London, Jan, pp.45-49
Fuller, Peter: London Exhibitions and Contemporary Art, Burlington Magazine, Jan
N.N.: Wolkenkratzer Art Journal, No.4, p.67
Shone, Richard: London Exhibitions, Burlington Magazine, London, May
N.N.: Magazine, No 24, May, pp.82-83
Cork, Richard: In a Hurry, The Listener, London, 2 May
Thomas, Mona:Intimes gentillesses du home Julian Opie, Beaux Arts
Taylor, John Russell:  A masterly turn to the South, The Times, London, 30 April
Januszczak, Waldemar: The wage of affluence, The Guardian, London, 30 April
Kent, Sarah:Time Out, London, 18-24 April
Packer, William: Financial Times, London, 16 April
Vaizey, Marina:Having Fun with Trash, Sunday Times, London, April

Pohlen, Annelie: Julian Opie und Tony Cragg, Kunstforum, No 75, Sept/Oct, p.194-195
N.N.: Skulptur aus England, Vorwärts, Cologne, No 8, Aug
Newman, Michael:La Double Ironie de Julian Opie, ArtPress, Feb, p.34-35
Schenk, Ruud: Opie Verliefd, Metropolis M, No 5, p.24-26

Koether, Jutta: Julian Opie. Die Sympathische Plastik, Spex Musik zur Zeit, Cologne, No 12, Dec, p.52-53
Feaver, William: Mr Futile's Progress, The Observer, 2 Oct
Miller, Sandra: Art Press, No 75, Nov
Newman, Michael:The Bankable Sculpture of Julian Opie, The Face
Kent, Sarah:Julian Opie, Time Out, 29 Sept
Hicks, Alistair:Talent under protection, Mercury, September, p.36
Beaumont, Mary Rose:  The Sculpture Show, Arts Review, Sept, p.474-475
Feaver, William: From Camel to Camay, The Observer, 21 Aug
Januszczak, Waldemar: Three into two won't go, The Guardian, 16 Aug
Byrne-Sutton, Fiona:  Riverside Studio. Young Blood, Art Line Review, No 7, June
Taylor, John Russell:  Young Blood, The Times, 26 April
Vaizey, Marina:Playing serious games, The Sunday Times, 24 April

Bibliography: Catalogues & Books

Julian Opie: The Complete Editions, Volume 2: 2012-2015, Alan Cristea Gallery, London

Companion to Focus: The Figure, art from The Logan Collection, Denver Art Museum, Boston
‘What is a Print?’ Selections from the Museum of Modern Art. Sarah Suzuki, edited by Kyle Bentley, published by MoMA
High Rise Idea and Reality, edited by Museum Fur Gestaltung Zurich, Published by Hatje Cantz
The Art of British Rock: 50 Years of Rock Posters, Flyers and Handbills, Mike Evans with Paul Palmer-Edwards, Published by Frances Lincoln Ltd, London
Watch Me Move, The Animation Show, Published by Merrell in association with Barbican Art Gallery (exh. cat)
Made in Britain, Contemporary Art from the British Art Council Collection 1980 – 2010
Art & Stars & Cars, Published by Hatje Cantz
21st Century Art In The First Decade, Published by Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane (exh. cat)
Feest Der Herkenning! International Realism, Published by Kunstal Rotterdam (exh. cat)
Printmaking, A Contemporary Perspective, Published by Black Dog Publishing 

Julian Opie, Institut Valencia D’Art Modern (IVAM) & Mario Sequeira Gallery, Portugal (
Contemporary Artists Files, Geisai #14, Published by Bijutsu Shuppan Sha (exh. cat)
Was ist Schön? , Gisela Staupe/ Klaus Vogel, Published by Wallstein Verlag (exh. cat)
ART: Curated by Michael Craig-Martin, Gillian Morris, Published by Galerie Haas & Fuchs (exh. cat)
Past Present Future, Highlights from the UniCredit Group Collection, Herausgegeben von Walter Guadagnin, Published by UniCredit Group
100 Works from the Cam Collection, Isabel Carlos, Published by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Realismus, Das Abenteuer der Wirklichkeit, Christiane Lange & Nils Ohlsen, Published by Hirmer Verlag
The Future Demands Your Participation, Contemporary Art From The British Council Collection in Shanghai, Simon Grant, Published by Shanghai People’s Fine Arts Publishing House
Merciless.Visionary. New Art-Spaces, Bettina M.Busse, Published by MAK Vienna (exh. Cat)

TRANSPARENCY, open-air light project, Giselda Winklehofer, Published by projects
Feed Your Mind Royal Mail Special Stamps, Jim Davies, Published by Royal Mail
The Museum Of Modern Art in this Century, Glenn D.Lowry, Published by The Museum Of Modern Art
A Touch Of Colour, BFAMI Auction Catalogue, November
A Guide to Modern and Contemporary Art in the City London, Tiddy Rowan, Published by Quadrille Publishing
Julian Opie, Lisson Gallery, Published by Lisson Gallery (exh. Cat)
Julian Opie, Julian Opie, Published by Suzie Kim at Kukje Gallery (Exh. Cat)
Digital art, Wolf Lieser, published by H. F. Ullman
Pattern Factory, Ayako Terashima, published by Harper Collins
The Encyclopedia of Modern and Contemporary Art, published by Bijutsu
Mi Vida; From Heaven to Hell. Life Experiences in Art From Musac Collection, Musac (exh. cat)

Benefit Auction, Kunsthalle Bern, Philippe Pirotte, September
Werke aus der Sammlung Mondstudio, Kunstmuseum Bern, Museumopen
Wiesbaden (exh. cat)
Still/ motion, (exh. cat)  
Art is for the spirit: works from the UBS art collection, Mori art museum, (exh. cat)
Aurum, published by cornerhouse publications.
MAXImin: maximum minimization in contemporary art, Fundacion Juan March Madrid (exh. cat)
Musac Collection, volume II, Musac
Museumszentrum am Kunstbunker in Recklinghausen, Andreas Fritzen, Published by Kunsthalle Recklinghausen
Aurum, Kunst Nürenberg, Published by CentrePasquArt 

Animated Painting, San Diego Museum of Art. (exh cat)
Kunst Ist Kunst, Neues Museum.
A Festival on the river, The Story of the Southbank Centre, Charlotte Mullins, UK
Walking on the Vltava, Museum Kampa, Prague (exh cat)
SHOW TIME, Julian Opie, CAC Malaga, (exh cat)
26 Portraits by Julian Opie, Alan Cristea gallery
Julian Opie, Galeria Mario Sequeira
Impersonality and Emotion in Twentieth-Century British Arts, Julie Labay, University Paul-Valery, Montpellier III
Sculpture Parks in Europe: A Guide to Art and Nature, Jimena Blazquez Abascal, published by Birkauser
Wallworks: Contemporary artists and place, Art Gallery of Ontario, (exh. cat) 

Minimalism and After, Daimler Chrysler Collection, Pub. Hatje Cantz
At Home with Art, Tiddy Rowan
Between the Lines, RX ART Publication
Personal views: Regarding private collections in San Diego, San Diego Museum of Art publication
How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art, Michael Archer, Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Roger Malbert, Hayward Gallery (exh cat)

M City European Cityscapes, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria (exh cat)
Effervescence, Musees D’Angers, France (exh cat)
Modern Art text by Michael Kerrigan, Flame Tree Publishing
Works From Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo text by Francesco Bonami (exh cat)
West Wing: Making art and achitecture work for health, Barts and the London NHS trust (exh cat)

Within the landscape, Roche Court Sculpture Park publication, UK
Skyshout Galeria Mario Sequeira, text by David Barro (exh cat)
Funny Cuts Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, “Superman’s big sister” text by Andreas Schalhorn (exh cat)
Portrat ohne antlitz, Kunsthalle zu Kiel (exh cat)
Starwork: Young Artist of the Year Award, (exh cat) 
Settlements text by Laurent Heygi, Saint Etienne, France (exh cat)
Saved; 100 years of the national art collections fund, Hayward Gallery/Art Fund
Julian Opie, Landscapes Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm (exh cat)
Julian Opie - Bijou, Sara, Bryan and Monique Lisson Gallery (exh cat)
Julian Opie (J.O), text by Mary Horlock, Tate Gallery publication

Julian Opie, Neues Museum Nurnberg, Germany  (exh cat)
Urban Codes coder/decoder Espace de l’art concrete, Mouans-Sartoux, France (exh cat)
Bijou gets undressed text by Julian Heynen, K21 Dusseldorf, Germany (exh cat)
Auto-Nom NRW forum, Dusseldorf, Germany published by Hatje Cantz
Julian Opie/Alan Cristea ‘newspaper’ Alan Cristea Gallery, London (exh cat) 

From Archipov to Zittel, selected Ikon Off-site projects 2000 – 2001, texts by Deborah Kenmode and Jonathan Watkins.
Sculptura 02 International Art in Public Spaces, Falkenbreg, Sweden (exh cat)
Frenetic Interference, Memory/Cage editions art publishers, Zurich. Curated by Daniel Kurjacovic and Adrian Notz (exh cat).
Shine, the Lowry, The National Landmark Millennium Project for the Arts, Salford Quays, Salford (exh cat).
Babel 2002 (“Race-Face, Langue-Dialogue”), National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea (exh cat)
B.Here, Baltic, the Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (exh cat)
Blast to Freeze, British Art in the 20th Century, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (exh cat)
Julian Opie, Wallpaper, (Holiday in Bali), Atelier Augarten,  Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna. Texts by Julian Opie and Thomas Trummer (exh cat)
Continuity/Departure, Tokyo Museum of Art, curator Kazuo Nakabayashi (exh cat)
Trespassing: Houses x Artists, the Bellevue Art Museum, Washington,
MAK Centre for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles and MAK Vienna (exh cat).
Julian Opie, Mario Sequeira Gallery, Braga, Portugal (exh cat)
Alan Cristea Gallery 2001 - 2002 (exhibition programme)
Mask or Mirror ? (A play of portraits), Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester, MA. Text by Susan L. Stoops.
Julian Opie, Portraits  Codax Publishers/Hatje Cantz 

Julian Opie, Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm (book of stamps)
Art > Music, Rock Pop Techno, an exhibition looking at crossovers between visual art and music; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (exh cat)
Landscape, curated by Ann Gallagher, The British Council. Exhibition tour opening at ACC Gallery, Weimar; travelling to House of Artists, Moscow; Peter and Paul Fortress, St. Petersburg; Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome; Centro Cultural del Conde Duque, Madrid; Sofia Municipal Gallery of Art, Bulgaria; Museu de Arte Contemporânes de Niterio, Rio de Janeiro; Museu de Arte de São Paolo; Le Botanique, centre culturel de la communauté française Wallonie-Bruxelles (exh cat).
In Fumo (Art, Comics, Communication), curated by Giacinto di Pietrantonio, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergamo, Italy (exh cat)
Multiplication, a British Council touring exhibition of artist’s multiples, National Museum of Art, Bucharest. (exh cat)
Milan Europa 2000, (Fine secolo. I semi del Futuro). Texts by Alessandra Mottola Molfino, Giorgio de Marchis and Lucia Matino.
Conduire, texts by Julian Opie, ed. Contrat Main, Marseille. 

Julian Opie, Abbaye Saint-André, centre d’art contemporain, Meymac, France (exh cat)
Julian Opie, Alan Cristea Gallery, London (exh cat)
Lost, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (curated by Tania Kovats) (exh cat)
Drive, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand (exh cat)
The Self is Something Else - Art at the end of the 20th Century, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf (exh cat)
Hausschau – Das Haus in der Kunst, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (exh cat)
Between Cinema and a Hard Place, Tate Modern, London (exh cat)
Parklight, curated by Alice Sharp, Clissold Park, London (exh cat)
Fact & Value, Charlottenburg, Copenhagen (exh cat)
New British Art 2000: Intelligence, Tate Britain, London (exh cat)
Version 2000, Centre pour l’image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais, Genève (exh cat)  

Breaking the Mould, British Art of the 1980s and 1990s, The Weltkunst Collection, London (exh cat)
Schöpfung, Freising Diözesanmuseum, Munchen, (exh cat), Texts by Petra Giloy-Hirtz, Peter B. Steiner, Joseph Hörish, Reinhard Steiner, Peter Neuner
Vision. 50 years British creativity, Thames & Hudson. Texts by David Sylvester, David Hockney, Melvyn Bragg, Michael Craig-Martin, Nicholas Serota
The Space Here is Everywhere - Kunst mit Architektur / Art with Architecture, Villa Merkel / Bahnwärterhaus, Galerien der Stadt Esslingen. Texts by Renate Wiehager, (exh. cat.)
Milan Europa 2000: the end of the century. The seeds of the future, (exh. cat.), Electa, Milano
Julian Opie: Daniel Yes, Christine No, Stadtgalerie am Lehnbachhaus, Munich (exh cat)
In the midst of things, Bournville, Birmingham (exh cat)
Panorama 2000, Centraal Museum, Utrecht (exh cat)
Vergiss den Ball und spiel weiter, das Bild des Kindes in zeitgenössischer Kunst und Wissenschaft, Kunsthalle Nürnberg (exh cat)
Please Touch, an exhibition of limited edition furniture designed by
contemporary artists, SCP store, London (exh cat)
Teatro Botanico, la natura nell’arte del XX secolo, Museo del Castello Ursino, Catania (exh cat)   

Every Day, The 11th Biennale of Sydney, Sidney (exh cat.)
Distinctive Elements, Contemporary British Art Exhibition, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea (exh cat)
Kimpo International Sculpture Syposium, Kimpo Sculpture Park, Korea (exh cat)
Surfacing Contemporary drawing, ICA, London (exh cat)
Thinking Aloud, South Bank Centre Touring Exhibition curated by Richard Wenthworth: Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Cornerhouse, Manchester; Camden Arts Centre, London (exh cat)  

Julian Opie, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin (exh cat.)
Artists for Sarajevo, Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice (exh cat.)
Julian Opie, Gallery Nova Sin, Prague
New Pieces, Julian Opie and Lily van der Stokker, De Gouverneurstuin, Essen (exh. cat.)
Follow Me, British Art on the Elbe, (Curated by Eckhard Schneider), Deinste, Germany (exh. cat.)
Art in the City, Kunsthaus Bregenz and Bregenz Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria (
Need for Speed, (Curated by Thomas Trummer) Grazer Kunstverein, Graz (exh cat.)
Another & Another & Another Act of Seeing (Urban Spaces), Desingel International Arts Centre, Antwerp (exh cat)
Opie, 9th Delhi Triennial, Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi (exh cat)

Contemporary Art at Deutsche Bank London, London, Deutsche Bank
Julian Opie, Driving in the Country, Tours, CCC (exh cat)
Hidden in Plain Sight. Illusion in Art from Jasper Johns to Virtual Reality, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (exh cat)
Abstract Real, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna (exh cat)

De Henry Moore ós anos 90. Escultura británica contemporánea, Auditorio de Galicia, Santiago de Compostella, Spain (touring to Serralves Foundation, Oporto, Portugal); (exh cat)
Arte Inglese d’Oggi, Galleria Civica, Modena (exh cat); Milan, Mazzotta
Art & Ville (bilan des rencontres), Paris, Institut français d’architecture
Haus-Geburt , Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz (exh cat)
Julian Opie, Album Photos, Galerie de l’Ancienne Poste, Le Channel, Calais, Scène Nationale de Calais
Drawing the Line, South Bank Centre Touring Exhibition (exh cat)
Fuori Uso, Stabilimenti Ex-Aurum, Pescara (exh cat)
Architecture(s), CAPC musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux (exh cat)
Contemporaneamente, Associazione Spazio Immaginato, Napoli. Texts by Cecilia Casorati, Maura Madri (exh cat)
It’s Only Rock and Roll: Rock and Roll Currents in Contemporary Art, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio (exh cat)   

New Voices: British Painting, a Selection 1989-1992, The British Council, Institut Britanic a Catalunya, Spain. (exh cat) Travelling Exhibition.
London Landscapes, Velan-Spazio 9 ARTE, Turin, Italy (exh cat)
Julian Opie. Imagine You Are Walking, Glasgow, Tramway (exh cat)
Drawing the Line, The South Bank Centre, (exh cat). Text by Michael Craig-Martin
Julian Opie, Kunstverein Hannover. Text by Eckart Schneider (exh cat)  

In Site / New British Sculpture.  Threshold, No 9, January. Museet for Samtidskunst, Oslo (exh cat and magazine). Texts by Karin Hellandsjo and Tim Marlow.
Recent British Sculpture from the Arts Council Collection. A National Touring Exhibition from the South Bank Centre, London (exh cat).
Juxtaposition, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (exh cat).
Made Strange, Ludwig Museum, Budapest (exh cat). Text by Ann Elliott
Julian Opie, Hayward Gallery, London (exh cat). Texts by Wulf Herzogenrath, Ulrich Look, James Roberts, Lynne Cooke, MichaelNewman.

Julian Opie. Kunsthalle Bern and Vienna Secession (exh cat).
New Voices, New Works for the British Council Collection. Organised by the British Council, Centre de Conférences Albert Borschette, Brussels (exh cat). Text by Gill Hedley.
Terrae Motus alla Reggia di Caserta. Fondazione Amelio Istituto per L'Arte Contemporanea, Naples (exh cat).
Like Nothing Else in Tennessee, Serpentine Gallery, London (exh cat)
Paolo Ucello: spazio e colore, tempo e materia, luce e forma. Battaglie dell’arte nel XX secolo, La Salernia, Erice and Sale del Bramante, Rome (exh cat)

Technique Anglaise. Andrew Renton and Liam Gillick (ed), Thames and Hudson, London.
 Objects for the Ideal Home, The legacy of Pop Art. Serpentine Gallery, London (exh cat).
 A View of London. Künstlerhaus, Salzburg (exh cat).
 Julian Opie. Kohji Ogura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan (exh cat) Text by James Roberts.
 Confrontaciones 91. Palacio Velasquez, Madrid (exh cat)
A281/14(E). Julian Opie and G-W Press, London (edition of 1000 copies).
Il Limite Delle Cose. Nella Nuova Scultura Inglese. Studio Oggetto, Milano (exh cat). Text by Enrico Pedrini, Emilio Stabilini.
Kunst Europa, Kunstverein Pforzheim, Germany  (exh cat)  

The British Art Show 1990. The South Bank Centre, London (exh cat). Texts by Caroline Collier, Andrew Nairne and David Ward.
OBJECTives: The New Sculpture. Newport Harbour Art Museum, Newport Beach, California (exh cat). Text by Kenneth Baker.
Biennale of Sydney. Sydney (exh cat).
Work in progress. International Art in the Caja de Pensiones Fondation. Caja de Pensiones Fondation, Madrid (exh cat).

British Object Sculptors of the '80s II. Marco Livingstone (ed), ArT Random, Kyoto, Japan.
Mediated Knot. Robbin Lockett Gallery, Chicago (exh cat). Text by Kathryn Hixson.
Objet/Objectif. Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris (exh cat). Texts by David Moos and Rainer Crone.
D+S Austellung. Hamburg Kunstverein, Hamburg (exh cat).
New British Art in the Saatchi Collection. Alistair Hicks, Thames & Hudson, London.   

Europa oggi/Europe now. Amnon Barzel (ed), Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Prato (exh cat). Text by Michael Newman.
Julian Opie. Lisson Gallery, London (exh cat). Text by Michael Newman.
Les Années 80: A la Surface de la Peinture. Centre d'art contemporain, Abbaye Saint-André, Meymac (exh cat). Texts by Bernard Lamarche-Vadel and Gérard-Georges Lemaire.
Britannica: 30 ans de sculpture. Musée des Beaux Arts André Malraux, Le Havre; musée d'Evreux, Evreux; école d’architecture de Normandie, Rouen (exh cat). Texts by Catherine Grenier, Françoise Cohen and Lynne Cooke. 

British Art of the 1980s. The British Council, London (exh cat).
 Terrae Motus. Fondazione Amelio, Istituto per l'Arte Contemporanea, Naples (exh cat).
Julian Opie. Documenta '87. Text by Lynne Cooke. (exh cat.)
British Art of the 80’s: 1987, Liljevlachs Konsthall, Stockholm (exh cat)
 Britannia, Paintings and Sculptures from the 1980's.  Sara Hildén Art Museum, Tampere, Finland (exh cat).
Documenta 8, Kassel (exh cat)

XVII Triennale di Milano. Milano (exh cat). Text by Georges Teyssot.
De Sculptura  - Eine Ausstellung der Wiener Festwochen1986. Wiener Festwochen, Vienna (exh cat). Text by Harald Szeemann.
Correspondentie Europa. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (exh cat).
Forty Years of Modern Art 1945-1985. Tate Gallery, London (exh cat).
Skulptur - 9 Kunstnere fra Storbrittanien. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark (exh cat).
Prospect 86. Eine internationale Austellung aktueller Kunst. Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (exh cat).
Focus on the Image: Selection from the Rivendell Collection. The Art Museum Association of America (exh cat).   

Julian Opie. Lisson Gallery, London (exh cat). Texts by Michael Craig-Martin and Art & Language.
Drawings 1982 to 1985. Institute of Contemporary Art, London (exh cat).
The British Show. Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney (exh cat). Text by Michael Newman.
XIIème Biennale de Paris. Biennale de Paris, Paris (exh cat).
Still Life: A New Life. Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston (exh cat).
Anniottanta. The Cultura del Comune de Ravenna, Ravenna (exh cat).
Three British Sculptors: Richard Deacon, Julian Opie and Richard Wentworth. The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (exh cat).
Forty Years of Modern Art 1945-1985, Tate Gallery, London (exh cat)  

Julian Opie. Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne (exh cat). Text by Wulf Herzogenrath and Kenneth Baker.
Metaphor and/or Symbol. A Perspective on Contemporary Art. The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (exh cat). Text by Masanori Ichikawa.

Making Sculpture. Tate Gallery, London (exh cat).
The Sculpture Show. The Arts Council of Great Britain, London (exh cat). Text by Fenella Crichton.
Beelden 83. Rotterdam Arts Council, Rotterdam (exh cat). Text by Paul Hefting.