Isaac Julien

Erickson, Ruth, and Eva Respini, eds. When Home Won't Let You Stay: Migration through Contemporary Art.
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Yale University Press, New Haven and London: 98-105.
Black Refractions: The Studio Museum in Harlem. American Federation of Arts, New York; Rizzoli Electa, New
York: 112-113.
Fateman, Johanna. At the Galleries, The New Yorker (April 1): 8-9.
Steinhauer, Jullian. Isaac Julien, The New York Times (April 17): C17.
Kastner, Jeffrey. Review: Isaac Julien, Artforum (Summer): 282.
Dander, Patrizia, Achim Hochd, and Jacob Proctor, eds. Museum Brandhorst: The Collection. Museum
Brandhorst: Bayerische Staatsgem, Munich; Prestel, Munich, London, New York: 8.
Compton, Nick. Screen Idol, Wallpaper (June): Limited Edition Cover, 74-78.

Lowery Stokes Sims. Something to Say, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas: 8, 17.
Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston. Victoria Miro, London.
Singh Soin, Himali. Reviews: Isaac Julien, Artforum (September 2017): 337-338.
Desmarais, Charles Singular vision on view, San Francisco Chronicle (December 2): E1-E2.

Nash, Mark, ed. Red Africa: Affective Communities and the Cold War. Black Dog Publishing, London: 80-85.
Julien, Isaac. I Protest, Garage (Fall/Winter): 230-233.
Álvarez Romero, Ekaterina, ed. Playtime & Kapital. MUAC Museo Universitario Arte Contemporanea, Mexico City.
Desmarais, Charles. Isaac Julien's stills: visual pleasures, multifaceted meaning. (April 22).
1 Artiste, 1 Oeuvre, L'Officiel Art (March-April-May): 110-115.
Chubb, Emma. Small Boats, Slave Ship; or, Isaac Julien and the Beauty of Implied Catastrophe,(May 5).
Millner, Caille. Isaac Julien, Frieze (September): 175.

Jeppesen, Travis. Reading Capital in Venice, Art in America (September): 102-111.
Powell, Amy L., ed. Time / Image. Blaffner Art Museum, University of Houston: 64-67.
Buchloh, Benjamin H.D. Biennale on the Brink, Artforum (September): 308-323.
Kolesnikov-Jessop, Sonia. Review: Isaac Julien Unveils Jewel with 'Ice Cave' Film Installation at
Art Basel, (June 16).
Julien, Isaac. Stuart Hall, Art in America (June/July): 48-49.
Higgins, Charlotte. Das Kapital at the Arsenale: how Okwui Enwezor invited Marx to the Biennale,(May 7).
Miller, M.H. L.A.'s Mistake Room Will Honor Isaac Julien at First Biennial Fundraiser,
(February 18).

Scherlippens, Bjorn. Isaac Julien. In Man in the Mirror: Vanhaerents Art Collection. Edited by Emma
Dexter and Walter Vanhaerents. Lannoo Publishing, Tielt, Belgium: 75.
Dickle, Anna. Isaac Julien, (November).
Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill, eds. The Twenty First Century Art Book. Phaidon Press Limited,
London and New York: 136.
Oppenheimer, Sarah. Giuliana Bruno, BOMB Magazine (Summer): 55.
Atwood, Roger. Review: Isaac Julien at Victoria Miro, Art News (May): 108.

Makiguchi, Chinatsu, ed. Reading Cinema, Finding Worlds: Art After Marcel Broodthaers. The National
Museum of Art, Kyoto: 158-167.
Peyton-Jones, Julia. Best of 2013: #9 Isaac Julien (SESC Pompeia, SPaulo), Artforum (December): 217.
Lescaze, Zoë. On you Marx: Isaac Julien on His Shows at Metro Pictures, MoMA, Gallerist NY (November 12).

Reichek, Elaine. The Artists Artists, Best of 2012 - Isaac Julien: Geopoetics, Artforum (December): 119.
Burkand, Lene and Helle Sangild, eds. Border Crossing, Kunsthallen Brandts, Denmark: 72-97.
Molesworth, Helen, ed. This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s, Museum of Contemporary Art
Chicago and Yale University Press, New Haven: 348-351.

Defining Contemporary Art: 25 Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks, Phaidon Press Limited, London: 64-65.
Austin, Tom. Mixing it up at the Bass. The Miami Herald (February 20).

Ten Thousand Waves, Metro Pictures and Victoria Miro Gallery, London: 115.
Okamura, Keiko. Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves. Flash Art (October): 114.
Gritten, David. Odyssey That Ended in Tragedy. Telegraph (October 2): R12.
Rappolt, Mark. Isaac Julien Ten Thousand Waves. Art Review (October): 91.
Jeffries, Stuart. Isaac Julien's Angel of Morecambe. Guardian (September 30): 20-21.
Valjakka, Timo. Critics' Picks: Isaac Julien Kunsthalle Helsinki. (September).
Borysevicz, Mathieu. Screenings: China Imagined. Art in America (September): 57-60, cover.
Goetz, Ingvild and Stephan Urbaschek, ed. Fast Forward 2: The Power of Motion Media Art Sammlung Goetz,
ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art and Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern: 10-11, 96-107, 276-277.
Olivares, Rosa. 100 Video Artists, Exit Publications, Madrid: 242-245.
Shiminutesg, Gao. Inextricable Entanglements: On Isaac Julien's Ten Thousand Waves. (July 2).
Maerkle, Andrew. Isaac Julien: Not Global, Trans-Local. (July 2).

Julien, Issac, ed. Isaac Julien Western Union: Small Boats, Centrum Sztuki NWspólczesnej Zamek, Warsaw;
Koenig Books, London: 116.

Enwezor, Okwui ed. The 7th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju Biennale Foundation and BOM Publishing, Gwangju,
Korea: 212-215.
Julien, Isaac. What is Art For? Changing and Enhancing Lives. Frieze (April): 192.
Princenthal, Nancy. Isaac Julien, 'Cast No Shadow' at BAM. Art in America (March): 52.
Derek Jarman: Brutal Beauty. curated by Isaac Julien), Serpentine Gallery and Koenig Books Ltd, London: 96.
The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,
Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C.: 107-109.
MacAdam, Barbara A. Isaac Julien. Art News (March): 143.
Gilbert, Alan. Isaac Julien: Metro Pictures. Modern Painters (February): 91.
Frankel, David. Isaac Julien. Artforum (February): 288.

Goldberg, RoseLee. Yvonne Rainer and Isaac Julien: Learning How To Wear It. Flash Art
(November/December): 84-87.
Schwendener, Martha. Art in Review: Isaac Julien. The New York Times (November 2): E33.
Goldberg, RoseLee. The World is Flat. Art Asia Pacific (September/October): 150-153.
Kudlácek, Martina Isaac Julien. Bomb (Number 101, Fall 2007): 72-79.
Wrestle: Marieluise Hessel Collection. Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annadale-on-Hudson, New
York: 179-183.

Mominutes, Shaminutes. Conversations with the Artist. Lorna Simpson, Abrams, New York: 132-141.

Meyer, Kimberli ed. Isaac Julien: True North. MAK Center, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami.
Quandt, James. FILM BEST OF 2005, ARTFORUM International (December): 61.
Davis, Tim. A Major Minutesor Art, in A-Flat Minutesor. Blind Spot (Summer): 30-45.
Knight, Christopher. Chilling images of an icy beyond. Los Angeles Times Calendar (5 August).
Van Asshe, Christine. Isaac Julien. Centre Pompidou, Paris (cat).
Julien, Isaac ed. Paulette Gagnan, Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal (cat).
Le Grice, Malcolm. Isaac Julien. Frieze (October): 215-216.
Julien, Isaac. Whose Black World?. Time Out (25 May).
Davis, Tim. A Major Minutesor Art, in A-Flat Minutesor. Blind Spot (Summer): 30-45.
Miles, Christopher. Isaac Julien. Artforum (November): 259.
Kissane, Sean. Isaac Julien. Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (cat).

Reid, Calvin. Funk Renaissance. Art in America (March): 92-95.
Julien, Isaac. Oedipus Directs Isaac Julien on Baadasssss!. Artforum (Summer): 55.
White, Armond. Isaac Julien's Baltimore. Link, London (Fall): 28-36.
Beauvais, Yann. Snow Queen. Art Press, Paris (October): 44-49.
Julien, Isaac. Oedipus Directs Isaac Julien on Baadasssss!. Artforum (Summer): 55.

Hickling, Alfred. Isaac Julien: Fact Liverpool. Guardian Unlimited, London (March).
Answer the Questions, Isaac Julien. The Independent, London (9 March).
Taylor, John Russell. The Matter of Fact. The Times, London (12 March).
Buck, Louisa. Isaac Julien: Baltimore Fact, Liverpool. The Art Newspaper, London (March).
Kaltenbach, Chris. You could call Him a Renaissance Man. Los Angeles Times.
Scott, Andrea K. Isaac Julien, Paradise Omeros. Time Out New York (24-31 July): 47.
Smith, Roberta. Art in Review, Isaac Julien, Paradise Omeros. New York Times (11 July): E30.
Frankel, David. Isaac Julien, Bohen Foundation. Artforum (October): 169-170.
Boutoux, Thomas. Isaac Julien- Yvon Lambert. Flash Art, Milan (October): 123.
McBreen, Ellen. Isaac Julien, Yvon Lambert, Paris. Tema Celeste, Milan (September/October): 96.
Passetti, Laura. Isaac Julien goes to Museums. Arnet Arte, Milan (September/October): 28.
Dyer, Richard. Reviews Sketch/Victoria Miro. Contemporary, London, November
Deitcher, David. Sweetback Waxed. Error! Contact not defined.(13-20 November): 70-71.
Falconer, Morgan. Isaac Julien, Victoria Miro Gallery, London. Frieze, London (November).
Is it a film? Is it a Video Installation? The Times, London (17 September).

Heartney, Eleanor. A 600-Hour Documenta. Art in America (September): 87-95.
Nochlan, Linda. Documented Success. Artforum (September): 161-163.
Meyer, James. Tunnel Visions. Artforum (September): 168-169.
Nash, Mark. Wait Until Dark. Tate, London (November/December).
Ruhm, Constanze. Spaces of Translation: Speaking one Language, Understanding Another, A Conversation
with Isaac Julien. Camera Austria (no. 79): 17-28.
Lores, Maite. Isaac Julien. Contemporary, London (June August).
Rich, B. Ruby. Still A soul Rebel. The Advocate (14 May).
Rich, B. Ruby. The Long Road: Isaac Julien in conversation with B. Ruby Rich. Art Journal (Summer).
Freidson, Michael. Getting the Shaft. Time Out New York (8-15 August).
Guthmann, Edward. Company. San Francisco Chronicle (13 August).
Poniewozik, James. Can You dig It? Right On!. Time (19 August).
Varadarajan, Tunku. Shaft and Foxy Revisited. Wall Street Journal (9 August).
Hinson, Hal. Birth of a Genre: the Black Hero Who Talks Back. New York Times (9 August).
Berwick, Carly. Isaac Julien. Vogue Homme International, Winter

Wei, Lilly. Isaac Julien at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Art in America (September): 87-95.
Hebdige, Dick. Isaac Julien, the Great Divide. Territories, Prince Claus Fund, Journal No. 7: 20-21.
Dass, Vasanthi. Vagabondia: Archiving the Archive. Unpacking Europe: Towards a Critical Reading, Museum
Boijmans van Beuningen and Nai Publishers: 350-355.

Still Moving. Hotshoe International (January/February).
Thornson, Alice. Lonesome cowboy: Issac Julien disrupts the western canon with gay-themed film at Grand
Arts. Kansas City Star (19 March).
Enwezor, Okwui. Towards a Critical Cinema: The Films of Isaac Julien. Grand Arts, Kansas City (February).
Muhammad, Erika. Reel Stories: Isaac Julien. Index (June/July).
Corrigan, Susan. Dancing with Dudes. The Times, London (12-18 August).
Searle, Adrian. Winsome Cowboys. The Guardian, London (22 August).
Palmer, Judith. Once upon a time in the West. The Independent, London (19 September).
Walters, John L. Noises at an Exhibition. The Guardian, London (29 September).
Cotter, Holland. Eros Cruises the Museum In a Filmmaker's Dreams. New York Times (24 November).
Katzman, Lisa. A World of Double Outsiders: Gay as Well as Black. New York Times (26 November).

Face to Interface: Isaac Julien. Sight and Sound (September).
Frankel, David and David Deitcher, Isaac Julien, Art Pace, San Antonio.
Adair, Christy and Ramsay Burt, Two into the making to Three. Dance Theatre Journal (Vol. 15, No. 2).
Bonami, Francesco and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Dreams, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L'Arte, Italy.
Elwes, Catherine. Isaac Julien. Art Monthly, London (June): 35-37.

Goldberg, Roselee. Performance and Live Art Since the 60's, Thames and Hudson: 143.
Powell, Richard J. Black Art and Culture in the Twentieth Century, Thames and Hudson: 212-213
AIDS WORLDS: Between Resignation and Hope (cat.) Centre d'Art Contemporain, Switzerland: 142-147.
Barlet, Olivier. Frantz Fanon: Peau Noire, Masque Blanc. Africultures, Paris (December).
Diawara, Manthia. Moving Company the Second Johannesburg Biennale. Artforum (March): 87-89.
Corns, Michael. Art and Text, London (November January): 54-59.

Glover, Izi. The Look of Love. Frieze, London (September/October).
Cork, Richard. Mirage. The Times, London (27 June).
Robert Stam, Permutations of the Fantonian Gaze/ Isaac Julien's 'Black Skin White Mask'.Renaissance Noire (vol. 1, no. 2, Summer/Fall): 186-192.

Eddie Chambers, Johannesburg Biennale. Art Monthly, London (no. 212): 14-18.
Catherine Elwes, The Big Screen. Art Monthly, London, no. 199): 11-16
Read, Alan, ed. Film-makers' Dialogue. The Fact of Blackness: Frantz Fanon and Visual Representation.
Julien, Isaac. Black British Cinema Diaspora Cinema, New Histories: 60-64.
Hooks, Bell. Thinking Through Class: Paying Attention to 'The Attendant'. Reel to Real: Race Sex and Class at the Movies, Routledge: 91-97.
Diawara, Manthis. Black British Cinema and Identity Formation in Territories. Black British Cultural Studies,
University of Chicago Press: 293-306
Julien, Isaac and Kobena Mercer, De Margin and De Centre. Black British Cultural Studies, University of
Chicago Press: 194-210.
Cork, Richard. Scream and Scream Again. The Times, London (6 August).
Gaines, Charles. Hotter Than July. Art and Text, London, No. 55: 84.
Silverman, Kaja. The Ceremonial Image. The Threshold of the Visible World, Routledge: 104-121.
Crichlow, Warren E. Popular Music, Pedagogy and Cultural Politics in the Films of Isaac Julien. Discourse,
London (Vol. 16, No. 3).

Grundmann, Roy Black Nationhood and the Rest in the West. Cineaste, New York, Vol. 21, No. 1-2: 28-31
Morrow, Bruce. The Isaac Julien Interview. Callaloo (Vol. 18, No. 2): 406-415.
Mercer, Kobena. Busy in the Ruins of a Wretched Phantasia. Mirage: Enigmas of Race, Difference and Desire,
ICA, London.

Heiser, Jorg Batty Boys in Babylon. Spex, Germany: 49-51.
Julien, Isaac. Confessions of a Snow Queen: notes on the making of 'The Attendant', Critical Quarterly (Spring).
Julien, Isaac and Jon Savage. Critically Queer. Critical Quarterly (Spring).
Mercer, Kobena and Isaac Julien. True Confessions. Black Male Representations of Masculinity in contemporary
American Art, Whitney Museum of Art: 191-200.

Arroyo, Jose. Look Back and Talk Black: The Films of Isaac Julien. Jump Cut, translated into Japanese for
ImageForum, April, pp. 88-97
Gilroy, Paul Climbing the Racial Mountain, a Conversation with Isaac Julien. Small Acts: Thoughts on the
Politics of Black Cultures, University of Minutesnesota Press.
Hauser, Craig. I, Abject. Abject Art, Repulsion and Desire in American Art, Whitney Museum (cat.).
Gates Jr., Henry Louis. The Black Man's Burden. Fear of a Queer Planet, Queer Politics and Social Theory,
University of Minutesnesota Press.

Saynar, James. Interview Magazine (January): 24.

Searle, Adrian. Thumping Pleasure. Artscribe, London (November/December).
Mercer, Kobena. Dark and Lovely. Ten Photo Paperback (Vol. 2, No 1): 78-86.
Diawara, Manthia. The Absent One: The Avant-Garde and the Black Imaginary in 'Looking for Langston'.Angle (July October).

Coco Fusco, Young British and Black, a monograph on the work of Sankofa Film/Video Collective and Black
Audio Collective, Discourses, Conversations in Postmodern Art and Culture. The New Museum of Contemporary Art NYC.
White, Armond. Racing Ahead. Film Comment: 2-4.
Black Film, British Cinema. ICA Documents 7: 53-57.
Rose, Jacqueline. Sexuality and Vision: some Questions, Vision and Visuality, Dia Art Foundation (No. 2).