Alex Hartley

Selected Press
The Most Instagrammable Galleries in London, Allis Brennan, Evening Standard, 30 April 2018

Life after the Apocalypse: recreating the end of civilisation - in Warwickshire, Matt Rudd, The Sunday Times, July 2017
Going off the grid: What I learned after a week without technology in an apocalypse dome, Steve Dinneen, City AM, May 2017

Modernist ruin in London canal provides a glimpse at an uncertain future, Emma Tucker, Dezeen, December 2016
Alex Hartley : After you left, Eddy Frankel, Time Out London, November 2016
The jungle look: artist Alex Hartley conjures a dystopian modernist folly, Elly Parsons, Wallpaper, November 2016
alex hartley erects a decaying, faux modernist ruin in a jungle-like london garden, Nina Azzarello, Designboom, November 2016
Artist Alex Hartley builds a Modernist ruin in a London gallery, Cassie Davies, The Spaces, November 2016

Alex Hartley wins Arts Foundation Award for Working With the Elements, Artyst, 3 February 2015

Art in the Open, Veronica Simpson, Blueprint, No.333 2014
Rich pickings on Kent's gold coast, Observer Review, 31 August 2014

Nowhere Island: A Project by Alex Hartley, Tim Cresswell, Art Review, January - February 2012
Nowhere, Liz Stinson, Wired Magazine, 21 March 2012

The not-so-big society, Ossian Ward, Time Out, 15 - 21 December 2011
From the big wide world to a small island, Rachel Cooke, The Observer, 27 November 2011
This week's thing of beauty, Charlotte Higgins, G2 (The Guardian), 16 November 2011
The world is still Big, Calre Hazelton, Flux, 27 December 2011
Alex Hartley; The World is still Big, Tish Wrigley, AnOther, 8 Dec 2011

Playing to the gallery , Sanjoy Roy, New Statesman, 13 April 2009

Alex Hartley, Guardian Guide, 13 - 19 September 2008

Building tension, Rosamund West, The Skinny, August 2007
For your eyes only, Sue Hubbard, Newstatesman, August 20, 2007
A love affair with brick and mortar, Richard Cork, Financial Times, August 16, 2007
First the good news, Duncan Macmillan, The Scotsman, August 14, 2007
Scaling the giddy heights, Jack Mottram, The Herald, August 8, 2007
Simplicity itself, Iain Gale, Scotland on Sunday, August 5, 2007
You have to plan it like a burglary, Susan Mansfield, The Scotsman, August 4, 2007
A slow build, Ruth Barker, BBC Collective, August 9, 2007
Alex Hartley, Sue Wilson, Metro, July 30, 2007
Alex Hartley, Robert Clark, The Guardian Guide
Alex Hartley, Telegraph Review, Telegraph, July 28, 2007
Alex Hartley, Caroline Ednie, Scottish Architecture, July 26, 2007
Arts festival ready to scale new heights with climbers, Brian Ferguson, Evening News, June 6, 2007

Step by Step, Caroline Roux, Blueprint, June 2006
Pole Positions: Art's Arctic Adventures, Martin Herbert, Modern Painters, April 2006

Uncertainties of the topographic?, Liz Wells, Source, December
Alex Hartley, Jane Neal, Art in America, December
Alex Hartley, Mark Rappolt, Modern Painters, November
Telling Tales, Charlotte Mullins, Vogue, October
Alex Hartley, Skye Sherwin, I-D, October
Alex Hartley, Peter Chapman, The Information (Supp to Independent), 24 September
Alex Hartley, Sarah Kent, Time Out, 21 September
Art Review, Fisun Guner, Metro, 8 September
Shacks in Bleak Landscapes, Ellie Duffy, Building Design, September
Our selection A-Z: London, The Art Newspaper, September
Buildering at the Barbican, Peter Aspen, The Times, August 5
If only I could live here, Alex Hartley, Next Level, Issue 7
At least we'll be able to find our way to the show on time, Tom Dyckhoff, The Times, June 28

LA Climbs, Rebecca Barnes, Dazed and Confused, April
LA Climbs, Michael T Jarvis, Los Angeles Times Magazine, June 13
Building in Leaps and Bounds, Tom Dyckhoff, The Times, January 6

Imaging Architecture, Daniel Kurjakovic, Werk, Bauen & Wohnen, Switzerland, March

LA Climbs, Alex Wiltshire, ICON, February
He's a tease, The Guardian Space, March 22
Alex Hartley,Tracey Moffatt, Annika von Hausswolff ,Fisun Güner, Metro Life, March 27
Shifting Space, Kester Rattenbury,Building Design, April 6
Richard Cork's five best London exhibitions. The Times Play, April 7
Tracey Moffatt, Alex Hartley, Annika von Hausswolff, Sally O' Reilly, Art Review, April 17
The ills that flesh is heir to. Richard Cork, The Times, April 18
Rule Britannia, Ha'Artez Magazine, Israel, Aug 31
Alex Hartley, Izi Glover, Frieze Issue 62, Oct 01

Exhibition 2000., Claire Allfree, Metro Life, Jan 19

The glass house that Alex built by Richard Cork, The Times, Dec 29

Alex Hartley, Victoria Miro, William Feaver, ARTnews, Feb
Alex Hartley at Victoria Miro Gallery, Richard Reynolds, Flash Art, Mar - Apr

It's a Sensation! But is it art? Everything you need to know about the London art scene, but were afraid to ask. Special supplement, Time Out, No. 1412, Sep
The spaces in between, David Barrett, RA Magazine, No. 56, Oct
Alex Hartley, Viewer, Mark Currah, Time Out, No. 1421, Nov 12 - 19




Selected Bibliography

Now Here Is Land, Victoria Miro, London

Alex Hartley: not part of your world, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

LA Climbs, Alternative Uses for Architecture, Black Dog Publishing, London
Alex Hartley, Outside, Lorenzo Fusi, Distrito Cu4tro, Galeria de Arte, Madrid

The Gallery: Uncovered, k. Chatten, P. Sexton, University of Essex, Colchester
Sculpture at Goodwood British Contemporary Sculpture 02/03, Ann Elliot / Angela Dyer, Goodwood Sculpture Park, Chichester
ArtAction, Environmental Justice Foundation London, Sotheby's, London
Eastwing Collection No.05, Courtauld Institute of Art, in association with Thames & Hudson, London
No World Without you, Andrew Renton, Keith Lawrence & Nechama Gottlieb, Herzliya Museum of Modern Art, Noga
Gallery of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, The British Council, London
Museum as Subject, National Museum of Osaka, Japan

The Architectural Review - Bus Station, The Architectural Review, London
Kjeld Kjeldsen etc., Vision og Virkelighed (Vision and Reality), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Sculpture at Goodwood, British Contemporary Sculpture 01/02, Ann Elliot / Angela Dyer, Goodwood Sculpture Park, Chichester
The Saatchi Gift to the Arts Council Collection, Kate Stephens, Hayward Gallery Publishing, London
Art 2000, Business Design Centre, London
A New Embassy for the 20th Century, The British Embassy, Moscow, Foreign Commission Office, London

The Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize, The Photographers' Gallery, London
Art at Ringier, 1995-1998, Beatrix Ruf, Ringier AG
Young British Art. The Saatchi Decade, Booth-Clibborn Editions, London
La Casa, il corpo, il cuore, Lóránd Hegvi, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Wien
The Architects' Journal, Educating Essex, Isabel Allen, London
Art of the Epoch, 1997-1999, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sarajevo

Postcards on Photography, edited by Naomi Salaman and Ronnie Simpson, Cambridge Darkroom Gallery (1998-9)
Close Echoes. Public Body & Artificial Space, Olga Malá, Wolgang Denk, Karel Srp, City1 Gallery Prague and Kunst Halle Krems, Austria
4. Internationale Foto-Triennale Esslingen 1998. Fotografie als Handlung / Photography as Concept, Renate Wiehager, Cantz Verlag
Sarajevo 2000, Lóránd Hegyi, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien

Sensation. Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, Brooks Adams, Lisa Jardine, Martin Maloney, Norman
Rosenthal, Richard Shone, Royal Academy of Arts in association with Thames and Hudson, London
Abstract Real, Lóránd Hegyi, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien
Private Face. Urban Space, Henry Hughes & Katerina Gregos

Made in London, Richard Shone/Stuart Evans, Simmons & Simmons, London
Spacious, Kurt Vanbelleghem, Battersea Arts Centre, London, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, Patrick de Brock Gallery, Knokke

Europa '94, Junge EuropKunst in München, Stuttgart
3a Biennal Martinez Guerricabeitia, Various, Universitat de Valencia
Shark Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 1990's, Sarah Kent Zwemmer, London

Caldic Collection. EEN Verzameling,Verstilde, JNA Van Caldenborgh

Show, Hide, Show, Andrew Renton, Anderson O'Day Gallery, London