MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN


마이클 크레이그 마틴(b.1941)은 영국 개념미술의 1세대 작가로 아일랜드 더블린(Dublin)에서 태어났다. 작가는 1960년대 예일대(Yale University)에서 순수미술을 전공하며 당시 화단을 주도하였던 미니멀리즘, 팝아트, 개념미술 등의 현대미술을 접했고, 1974년부터 약 20년간 런던 골드스미스대학(Goldsmiths College) 교수로 재직하면서 Damien Hirst, Liam Gillick, Sarah Lucas, Tracey Emin, Gary Hume등 YBA의 탄생에 지대한 영향을 미쳤다. 산업사회의 공산품 이미지를 컴퓨터 프로그램을 이용한 기계적 방식을 거쳐 변환시키는 작가는 미니멀한 윤곽선과 비비드한 색채가 돋보이는 벽화, 회화, 설치, 컴퓨터애니메이션 등 다수의 작품을 발표하였다. 그는 2001년 Commander of the British Empire를 수여받았으며, MoMA와 Tate Britain, Mori Museum 등 세계 정상급의 미술기관에서 개인전 및 그룹전을 개최하였다. 그는 현재 런던에 거주하며 작업하며,그의 작품은 Pompidou Centre, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Australian National Gallery등 전세계 각지에 소장되어 있다.


Born in 1941
Lives and works in London

Education

1966
MFA, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

1963
BA, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

1961
Fordham University, New York


Selected Solo Exhibitions

2014
“Michael Craig-Martin: Objects of our Time,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London
“Michael Craig-Martin,” Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong
“Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth,” Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

2013
“Less is Still More,” Museum Haus Esters, Krefeld, Germany 

2012
“Word, Image, Desire,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
“Alphabet by Michael Craig-Martin,” Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Rugby, England
“Michael Craig-Martin: Drawings,” Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, D.C

2011
“Drawings,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London
“Michael Craig-Martin,” New Painting and Sculpture In the Gallery and the Sculpture Park,
Roche Court, Wiltshire, England

2010
"Michael Craig-Martin," Gagosian Gallery, Athens
“Michael Craig-Martin,” The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, Texas

2009
“New works” Galerie Haas & Fuchs,Berlin
“Michael Craig-Martin,” PKM Trinity Gallery, Seoul

2008
“Alphabets and Sunsets,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London

2007
“A is for Umbrella,” Gagosian Gallery, London

2006
New Art Centre, Salisbury, UK
“Michael Craig-Martin: Signs of Life,” Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
“Climate Change,” Le Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, France

2005
“Michael Craig-Martin,” Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Berlin
“Arp / CRAIG-MARTIN / Arp,” Arp Museum, Remagen, Germany

2004
“Michael Craig-Martin: Surfacing,” Milton Keynes Gallery, Central Milton Keynes, UK

2003
“Workspace,” Galerie Jürg Judin, Zurich, Switzerland
“Eye of the Storm,” Gagosian Gallery, New York

2002
“Inhale/exhale,” Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK (site-specific installation)

2001
“Landscapes,” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (site-specific installation)
“Living,” Sintra Museum of Modern Art, Berardo Collection, Portugal

2000
“Conference,” Waddington Galleries, London
“Michael Craig-Martin,” IVAM, Valencia, Spain (site-specific installation)
“Full/empty,” fig-1, London

1999
“Michael Craig-Martin: And sometimes a cigar is just a cigar,” Württembe rgischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany (site-specific installation)
“ModernStarts: Things,” Museum of Modern Art, New York (site-specific installation)
Common History, Peter Blum Gallery, New York

1998
“Michael Craig-Martin: Always Now,” Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany (site-specific installation)
British Pavilion, Ibirapuera Park, 24th International Biennale of Sao Paolo, Brazil (site-specific installation)
Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts

1997
“Innocence and experience,” Waddington Galleries, London
“Michael Craig-Martin: Prints,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London
“Michael Craig-Martin,” Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne, Germany
“Michael Craig-Martin und Raymond Pettibon,” Kunstverein für die Rheinlande, Düsseldorf, Germany (site-specific installation)

1995
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (site-specific installation)

1994
“Private space, public space,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (site-specific installation)
“Wall paintings at the Villa Herbst,” Museum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland (site-specific installation)

1993
“An oak tree,” Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, Poland.
“Accommodating,” British School at Rome (site-specific installation)
Galerie Claudine Papillon, Paris (site-specific installation)
“At Home,” Waddington Galleries, London

1992
Waddington Galleries, London

1991
“Projects 27,” Museum of Modern Art, New York (site-specific installation) David Nolan Gallery, New York
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Andre Malraux, Le Havre, France

1990
Galerie Claudine Papillon, Paris

1989
“Michael Craig-Martin: A Retrospective 1968-1989,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1988
Waddington Galleries, London

1985
Waddington Galleries, London

1982
Fifth Triennale India, New Delhi
Waddington Galleries, London

1981
Galerija Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, Croatia

1980
Galeria Bama, Paris

1979
Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, Poland
Galeria Akumlatory, Poznan, Poland
Oliver Dowling Gallery, Dublin

1978
Galerie December, Dusseldorf, Germany
“Michael Craig-Martin: 10 works 1970-77,” Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia

1977
Oliver Dowling Gallery, Dublin

1976
“Michael Craig-Martin: Selected Works 1966-1975,” Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, UK

1974
Galerie December, Münster, Germany

1971
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK
Richard Demarco gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

1969
Rowan Gallery, London (also 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980)


Selected Group Exhibitions

2014
“CLEAR," Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA

2013
“Thirteen," Alan Christea Gallery, London
“Art Everywhere," Various locations, UK
“Alphabet by Michael Craig-Martin,” Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Rugby, UK; West Bridgford Library, West Bridgford, UK
“Michael Craig-Martin: Drawings,” Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, D.C

2011
“The Indiscipline of Painting,” Tate St Ives, England
“Picture This,” Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
“The Moderns: The ‘60s and ‘70s,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
“Summer Exhibition 2011,” Royal Academy of Arts, London
“Picture This, Michael Craig-martin, Gerard Hemsworth, John Hilliard, John Stezaker,
Laurent Delaye,” London
“Small, Medium, Large,” Le Donjon de Vez, France

2010
"Art," Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Berlin
“FRIDAY: YBA Group Show,” Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Berlin

2009
“Nothern Print Biennale,” Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
“Summer Exhibition 2009,” Royal Academy of Arts, London

2008
“Static: Contemporary Still Life and Portraiture,” Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston, UK
“Forgetting Velázquez: Las Meninas,” Museu Picasso de Barcelona, Barcelona
“Turned On,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London
“Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art,” Barbican, London
“ARTfutures 2008,” Bloomberg Space, London
“Outlines,” Gimpel Fils, London
“For the Spirit - From the UBS Art Collection” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

2007
“Living In the Material World – ‘Things’ In Art of The 20th Century and Beyond,” The National Art Center, Tokyo
“Imagery Play,” PKM Gallery, Seoul

2006
“Hyperdesign,” 6th Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai
“As if by Magic,” Bethlehem Peace Centre, Bethlehem, Palestine
“Switched On: Light Boxes and Digital Animations,” Alan Cristea Gallery, London

2005
“Painting the Edge,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
“Works on Paper,” Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, California

2004
“100 Artists See God,” Laguna Art Museum, California; and Institute of Contemporary Art, London

2002
“Passenger,” Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway
“Blast to Freeze,” British Art in the 20th Century, Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg, Germany

2001
Lux Gallery, London
Yale School of Art and Architecture, New Haven, Connecticut

2000
“Live in your head,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; and Museo do Chiado Lisbon, Portugal (through 2001)

2000
“Intelligence, New British Art 2000,” Tate Britain, London (site-specific installation)
“Die scheinbaren Dinge,” Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany (site-specific installation)
“Voilá le Monde dans la tête,” Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris
“Shifting ground,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
“Drawings 2000,” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York
“Drawings & Photographs,” Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

1998
“Elegant Austerity,” Waddington Galleries, London
“Jardin d’artiste,” Musée Zadkine, Paris
“Up to 2000,” Southampton City Art Gallery,UK
“Cluster Bomb,” Morrison Judd, London
“Love Hotel,” The John Curtin Gallery, University of Technology, Perth, Australia

1997
“Treasure Island,” Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal.
“Follow Me: British Art on the Lower Elbe,” Stade, Buxtehude Museum, Germany (site-specific installation)

1996
“Un siècle de sculpture Anglaise,” Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris

1995
“The Adventure of Painting,” Kunstverein, Düsseldorf, Germany and Kunstverein, Stuttgart,
Germany (sitespecific installations)
“Drawing the line: Reassessing drawing past and present,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
Traveled to:Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK
“1:1 Wandmalerei: wall drawings and wall paintings,” Kunstlerwerkstatt Lothringer Strasse, Munich, Germany (site-specific installation)

1994
“Wall to Wall,” Serpentine Gallery, London (site-specific installation).

1993
“Out of sight, Out of mind,” Lisson Gallery, London
“Here and Now,” Serpentine Gallery, London

1991
“Objects for the Ideal Home: The Legacy of Pop Art,” Serpentine Gallery, London

1990
“The Readymade Boomerang,” curated by Rene Block, Sydney Biennale, Australia

1989
“Sculpture,” Galerie Six Friedrich, Munich, Germany
“Michael Craig-Martin, Grenville Davey, Julion Opie,” Lia Rumma Gallery, Naples, Italy

1988
“Starlit Waters: British Sculpture, on International Art 1968-1988,” Tate Gallery, Liverpool
“Britannica: Treinte Ans de Sculpture,” Musée des Beaux-Arts, Andre Malraux, Le Havre, France; and Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium

1988
“That Which Appears Is Good,” That Which Is Good Appears, Tanja Grunert Gallery, Cologne, German

1987
“Vessel,” Serpentine Gallery, London
“Wall Works,” Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester

1986
“Entre el Objeto y la Imagen: Escultura británica contemporanea,” Palacio de Velázquez, Madrid; travelled to Centre Cultural de la Caixa de Pensions, Barcelona; and Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao, Spain

1984
“1965-1972 - when attitude became form,” Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge, UK; and Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

1983
“New Art,” Tate Gallery, London

1982
“Aspects of British Art Today,” Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo

1981
“Malmö,” Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden.
“Construction in Process,” Lodz, Poland
“British Sculpture in the 20th Century,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1980
“ROSC,” University College Gallery and National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

1979
“Un Certain Art Anglais,” Musée d’Art Moderne de to Ville de Paris, Paris
“JP II,” Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium (in collaboration with the British Council).

1978
“The Garden,” Jardin botanique National, Meis, Belgium.

1977
“Documenta VI,” Kassel, Germany.
“Hayward Annual: Current British Art Part II,” Hayward Gallery, London

1976
“Art as Thought Process,” XI Biennale International d’Art, Palais d’Europe, Menton, France
“Recent International Forms in Art,” 2nd Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1975
“IX Biennale des Jeunes Artistes,” Paris
“Contemporary British Drawings,” XIII Biennial of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
“Britanniasta 75,” Helsingin Taidehalli, Helsinki, Finland

1974
“Idea and Image in Recent Art,” Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

1973
“Art as Thought Process,’ Serpentine Gallery, London
“11 British Artists,” Staatlichen Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany; and Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany
“Henry Moore to Gilbert & George,” Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

1972
“Seven Exhibitions,” Tate Gallery, London
“The New Art,” Hayward Gallery, London


Commissions

2009
DLR(Docklands Light Railway), London (mosaic tiling), England.

2008
'One World and Parade', European investment bank, Luxembourg commission.

2007
Cascades, Nice, France.

2004
Currents, Ernst and Young Headquaters, London, England (wall painting).

2003
'The Fan', Regents Place, London, England (large scale digitally produced image on vinyl in light box). Architects: Sheppard Robson.

2002
Williams-Sonoma Corporation Headquarters, San Francisco, CA, USA (painting on canvas).
Norddeutsche Landesbank Headquarters, Hannover, Germany (wall painting).
Architects: Behnisch, Behnisch and Partner, Germany.
Laban Dance Centre, London, England. artist consultant to architects Herzog & deMeuron and site-specific installation (large scale digitally produced image an vinyl).
'Modern Painters,' image for magazine cover and 8 page curated section, March issue.
Manchester Art Gallery, England. Installation commissioned to mark the reopening of
Manchester Art Gallery

2001
Landeszentralbank, Gera, Germany. (wall paintings). Architects: David Chipperfield.
'Coloured TV,' BBC, London, England, digital artwork (screensaver).

2000
British Embassy, Moscow, Russia (painting on canvas). Architects: Ahrends Burton.
British Council Building, Berlin, Germany (ceiling painting). Architects: Sauerbruck Hutton.
Royal Mail - design of Millenium commemorative postage stamp (theme: right to health).
Glasgow Collection (Design Museum) commission to design a piece of furniture: 'Sofa/bed/table/desk/shelving'.
Ivy Restaurant, London, England, design of stained glass windows and exterior clock.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA, digital artwork (screensaver).
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA, special millenium poster.

1999
ABN Amro Headquarters, Amsterdam, Netherlands (wall painting). Architect: I.M. Pei.
Milton Keynes Theatre and Milton Keynes Gallery, England (metal relief).
Thames & Hudson, Publishers London, England (temporary installation).
Swiss Light, Tate Modern, London, England (collaboration with architects Herzog & deMeuron).

1998
Mark Baldwin Dance Company, costume design for M-Piece, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England.

1998
EU Council meeting, Lancaster House, London, England (temporary installation).
Millennium Dome Commission, proposal for site-specific sculpture.

1997
'Shop Fitting,' Jigsaw, New Bond Street, London, England (temporary installation).
Mark Baldwin Dance Company, costume design for Samples, Queen Elizabeth HaII, London, England. Toured.

1994
Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo, Japan (wall painting) (through 2005).

1992
Morgan-Stanley International, Canary Wharf, London, England (4-part circular wall drawing).
Ballet Rambert, set and costume design for Gone choreographed by Mark Baldwin, premiered at Royal Northern College of music, Manchester, England.

1990
Rosehaugh Stanhope Investments PLC for Broadgate, London, England (large scale drawings in gold leaf on glass, two windows) (through 1991).

1988
Hasbro-Bradley U-K. Ltd., Stockley Park, Middlesex, England (wall painting).

1984
Colchester District General Hospital, Essex, England (wall painting).

1983
Midland Bank, New York, USA (painted canvas and metal reliefs).

1975
Margate District Council, England (neon drawing).


Public Collections

Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College, OH, USA.
Arts Council of Great Britain, London, England.
Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia.
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD, USA.
Basildon Arts Trust, England.
British Council, Berlin, Germany.
Contemporary Art Society, London, England.
Contemporary Art Society, Wales.
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, England.
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England.
FRAC Nord Pas de Calais, France.
Government Art Collection, England.
Haags Gemeentemuseum, Gravenhage, The Netherlands.
Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA, USA.
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Andre Malraux, Le Havre, France.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA.
Sintra Museum of Modern Art, Portugal – The Berardo Collection.
Southampton City Art Gallery, England.
Swindon Art Gallery, England.
Tate Gallery, London, England.
Ulster Museum, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England.
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England.


Selected Books and Catalogues:

2007
Cork, Richard. Michael Craig-Martin, Thames & Hudson.

2006
Schneider, Eckhard. Signs of Life. Kunsthaus Bregenz.

2004
Nobel, Richard. Surfacing. London, England: Milton Keynes Gallery.
Livingston, Marco. Prints. London, England: Alan Cristea Gallery.
Stecker, Raimund. Arp/Craig-Martin/Arp. Bahnhof Rolandseck, Germany: Arp Museum.
----------. The paintings of Josef Albers. London, England: Waddington Galleries.
Richards, Judith. Inside the Studio: Two Decades of Talks with Artists in New York. New York, USA: Independent Curators International.
Lerm Hayes, Christa-Maria. Joyce in Art. Dublin, Ireland: Royal Hibernian Academy.
McEvilley, Thomas. 100 Artists See God. New York, USA: Independent Curators International.
Noble, Richard. Michael Craig-Martin Surfacing. Central Milton Keynes, England: Milton Keynes Gallery.
Livingstone, Marco. Deconstructing Michael, London, England: Alan Cristea Gallery.
Stecker, Raimund. ARP-CRAIG-MARTIN-ARP 11 reliefs/11 paintings/11 sculptures. Remegen, Germany: Arp Museum.

2003
----------. Eye Of The Storm. New York, USA: Gagosian Gallery.
Dannenberg, Hans & Klaus Frierichs Eckhard. Michael Craig-Martin: Installation in the Medieval Collection of the Buxtehude Museum. Buxtehude, Germany: Buxtehude Museum.
Judin, Juerg. Workplace – Michael Craig-Martin. Zurich, Switzerland: Galerie Judin.

2002
Shone, Richard. Michael Craig-Martin works 1984-1989. London, England: Waddington Galleries.
Button, Virginia & Richard Cork. Inhale/Exhale. Manchester, England: Manchester Art Gallery.

2001
Walker, Dorothy & John Hutchinson & Oliver Dowling. Landscapes – Michael Craig-Martin. Dublin, Ireland: The Douglas Hyde Gallery.
Nobre Franco, Maria, & Isabel Carlos. Living. Moderna, Italy: Coleccao Berardo Collection, Sintra Museuo de Arte.
Juncosa, Enrique. Micheal Graig-Martin. Valencia, Spain: IVAM Centre del Carme.

2000
Juncosa, Enrique. Michael Craig-Martin: Conference. London, England: Waddington Galleries.
----------. Intelligence: New British Art. London, England: Tate Britain.

1999
Hentschel, Martin. And Sometimes A Cigar Is Just A cigar. Stuttgart, Germany: Kunstverein.

1998
Schneider, Eckhard & Yehuda Safran. Always Now. Hannover, Germany: Kunstverein Hannover.
Maloney, Martin. Michael Craig-Martin. San Paolo, Brazil: The British Council Bienal of Sao Paulo.
----------. Prints. London, England: Alan Cristea Gallery.

1997
Searle, Adrian. Innocence and Experience. London, England: Waddington Gallery.
Mulder, Jorge & Rui Sanches: Treasure Island. Lisbon, Portugal: Calouste Gulbenkian. Foundation.
Diacono, Mario. Invention of the Common Displace. Boston, USA: Mario Diacono Gallery.
Frerichs, Klaus & Susanne Mayerhofer. Rauminstallation. Buxtehude, Germany: Buxtehude Museum.
Craig-Martin, Michael. Drawing The Line. London, England: Whitechapel Gallery.
Stecker, Raimund & Katya Blomberg. Michael Craig-Martin/Raymond Pettibon. Dusseldorf, Germany: Kunstverein Dusseldorf.
Shone, Richard. 'Objects in view', Michael Craig-Martin: Prints.London, England: Alan Cristea Gallery.

1997
Buck,Louisa. Moving Targets: A User's Guide to British Art Now. London, England: Tate Gallery.

1996
----------. Giving Permission. London, England: Goldsmiths College.
Abadie, Daniel. Un siècle de sculpture Anglaise. Paris, France: Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume.

1995
Wilson, Andrew: From Here. London, England: Waddington Galleries and Karsten Schubert.
Kaiser, Franz W. 1:1 Wandmalerei: wall drawings and wall paintings. Munich, Germany: Künstlerwerkstatt Lothringer Strasse.

1994
----------. Michael Craig-Martin. Paris, France: Centre Georges Pompidou.
Jedlinski, Jaromir. Michael Craig-Martin: Wall Paintings at the Villa Herbst. Lodz, Poland: Museum Sztuki.

1992
Appleyard, Bryan. Michael Craig-Martin, Paintings. London, England: Waddington Galleries.

1991
Livingstone, Marco. Objects for the Ideal Home. London, England: Serpentine Gallery.
Cohen, Françoise. La Recherche de l'evidence. Le Havre, France: Musée des Beaux-Arts.
Evren, Robert. Michael Craig-Martin. New York, USA: Museum of Modern Art.

1990
Livingstone, Marco. Pop Art; A Continuing History. London, England: Thames & Hudson.
Bloch, Rene. Sydney Biennale. Sydney, Australia.
Cooke, Lynne. A Painting Show: Michael Craig-Martin, Gary Hume, Christopher Wool. London, England. Karsten Schubert Gallery.

1989
Cooke, Lynne & Robert Rosenblum. Michael Craig-Martin. London, England: Whitechapel Art Gallery.
Lampert, Catherine. Michael Craig-Martin: A Retrospective 1968–89. London, England: Whitechapel Art Gallery.

1988
----------. Michael Craig-Martin. London, England: Whitechapel Art Gallery.

1985
Shone, Richard. Michael Craig-Martin. London, England: Waddington Galleries.

1984
Thompson, Jon. The British Art Show. London, England: Arts Council/Orbis.

1982
Lynton, Norbert. Michael Craig-Martin. London, England: British Council Fifth Triennale India.

1978
Mc Ewen, John. 10 Works 1970-1977. Brisbane, Australia: Brisbane Institute of Modern Art.

1977
Naylor, Colin & P-Orridge. Genesis: Contemporary Artists. London, England: St. James Press Lanners, Thames & Hudson.

1976
Seymour, Anne. Selected Works, 1966-1975. Leigh, England: Turnpike Gallery.

1972
Seymour, Anne. The New Art. London, England: Hayward Gallery.


Selected Articles and Reviews:

2009
Whitworth, Damian. Arts: A god of small and ordinary things. The Times, January 6.

2008
Craig-Martin, Michael. Review: Artist's Studios. The Guardian, March 4, p. 3.
Jones, Laura. Review: Michael Craig Martin at Gagosian Gallery. Artforum.com, Jan 22.

2007
Hubbard, Sue. Review: Michael Craig-Martin at the Gagosian Gallery. The Independent, Dec 11.
Kennedy, Maev. "I is for Innovative, Craig-Martin's Flashy Show." The Guardian, Dec 1.
Byrne, Ciar. "A colourful return for man who inspired the Young British Artists." The Independent, Nov 30.
Connolly, Cressida. "Michael Craig-Martin: out of the ordinary." Telegraph Magazine, Nov 24.
Madoff, Steven Henry. "School is out. Rethinking art education today. A conversation between John Baldessari and Michael Craig-Martin." Modern Painter, Sep, pp. 74-79.
Lynn Granek, Amanda. "Its On The Bag." ARTnews, Feb, p. 38.

2006
Rosenblum, Robert. Preview: Michael Craig-Martin at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. ArtForum, Sep, p. 176.

2005
Alberge, Dalya. "Tate Disregarded Official Advice In Buying Trustee Art." The Times (London), Nov 19, p. 28.
Tilden, Imogen. "Facing change." The Guardian, Jun 3, p. 10.
Craig-Martin, Michael and Richard Wentworth. "Debate: Discipline." Frieze, Apr, p. 66-7.
Godfrey, Tony. Review: Michael Craig-Martin at Milton Keynes Gallery, The Burlington Magazine, Jan, p. 53-54.
Furlong, William. Review: Michael Craig-Martin at Milton Keynes Gallery. Audio Arts Magazine, Jan.
Murkett, Tracey. "Out of the ordinary" (interview with Michael Craig-Martin). A & I, Jan. cover, pp. 16-17.

2004
Rosenblum, Robert. "The Best of 2004." Artforum, Dec, pp. 176-7.
Güner, Fisun. "Seeking Faith." Metro, Nov 23.
Tait, Simon. "Oh My God!" The Independent (London), Nov 12, pp. 2-4.
----------. Preview: Surfacing at Milton Keynes Gallery. Modern Painters, Autumn.
Geldard, Rebecca. Review: Michael Craig-Martin at Alan Cristea. Time Out London, Oct 6-13.
----------. "The Five Best Exhibitions." The Independent, Sep 25.
Meek, James. "After the Fire: Art into Ashes." The Guardian (G2 supplement), Sep 23, pp. 1-13.
Renton, Andrew. "The Father of Britart." Evening Standard (London), Sep 21,p. 63.
Burnett, Craig. "Preview Exhibitions: Michael Craig-Martin at Milton Keynes." The Guide, Sep 18-24, p. 36.
----------. "Michael Craig-Martin." Kunst Magazin, Aug, pp. 44-45.
Knight, Christopher. "Earthly creators find the divine in their details." Los Angeles Times, Aug 11, p. E1, E8.
Cooper, Bernard. "Holy Cow." Los Angeles Magazine, Aug, pp. 150-154.

2003
Rosenfeld, Jason. Review: Michael Craig-Martin at Gagosian Gallery. Art in America, Oct, p. 135.
----------. Review: "Michael Craig-Martin at Gagosian Chelsea." Modern Painters, spring.
Rattenbury, Kester. "Everything is Illuminated." Building Design, Feb.
Powers, Alan. "Sensual journey." The Spectator, Feb 15.
----------. "Everything is illuminated." Building Design, Feb 7.
Glueck, Grace. Review: Michael Craig-Martin 'Eye of the Storm' at Gagosian Gallery. The New York Times, Jan 31.
Sudjic, Deyan. "Crescent and correct." The Observer, Jan 26.