Born 1967 Great Britain
They live and work in London

Selected Press

Financial Times, Artists Jane and Louise Wilson on the duality of experience, Rebecca Watson, 29 April 2022
The Independent
, How two sisters turned a murder into a work of art, Zoe Pilger, 9 October 2013
Aesthetica Magazine
, 1986 Chernobyl: Jane and Louise Wilson, John Hansard Gallery, 22 July 2011
Glasstire
, Jane and Louise Wilson: Erewhon, John Devine, 02 February 2005

Podcasts

Getty Art + Ideas, Jane and Louise Wilson on Creating Together, 2017

Education

1996

DAAD Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Berliner Kunstlerprogramm Berlin, Hanover, Germany (Jane and Louise)

1990

Goldsmiths College, London, MA Fine Art (Jane and Louise)

1986

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, BA Fine Art (Louise)
Newcastle Polytechnic, BA Fine Art (Jane)

Awards and Residencies

2019

Jane Wilson appointed Tate Artist Trustee
Ise City Artist Residency with British Council Japan, Ise City, Ise Prefecture, part of ‘UK in Japan 2019-20’

2018

Elected Joint Royal Academicians, Royal Academy of Arts London
Jane and Louise Wilson artist’s residency GAPADO AiR, South Korea, Supported by Hyundai Card

2017

Jane and Louise Wilson appointed Joint Professors of Fine Art at Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne

2016

Louise Wilson appointed BALTIC Artist Trustee

2014

Jane Wilson appointed Board Member of DACS

2004

Residency at the School of Fine Arts, SOFA Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand

2002

Awarded Doctors of Civil Law DCL, University of Northumbria at Newcastle

2000

IASPIS International Artists Studio Programme Stockholm

1999

Nominated for the Turner Prize

1993

Barclays Young Artist Award

Solo Exhibitions

2022

Maureen Paley, Studio M, London, UK

2021

I'd Walk with You, But Not with Her, Shamans, Shrines, Scarecrows, Photo Days, Sorbonne Art Gallery, Palais Académique du Panthéon, Paris, France

2018

Undead Sun, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, UK

2017

In Focus: Jane and Louise Wilson’s Sealander, Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2016

Undead Sun: We Put the World Before You, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, UK

2014

Undead Sun, Imperial War Museum, London, UK
Imperial Measure, C. Nichols project, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2013

303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
False Positives/ False Negatives, Paradise Row, London, UK

2012

The Toxic Camera, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland, UK

2011

Atomgrad, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

2010

Tempo Suspenso, CGAC, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Suspending Time, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal
Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain
EMPAC, Troy, New York, NY, USA

2009

Animate, British Film Institute Gallery, Southbank, UK
Unfolding the Aryan Papers, The B.F.I Gallery, London, UK
Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
The Silence if Twice as Fast Backwards, Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Canada

2008

303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Spiteful of Dream, Quad Gallery, Derby, UK

2007

Sealander, New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK

2006

Sealander, Haunch of Venison, Zurich, Switzerland

2005

Erewhon, The Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Texas, USA
The New Brutalists, Lisson Gallery, London, UK

2004

De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bergen Art Museum, Bergen, Norway
Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY, USA
Erewhon, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Fondazione Davide Halevim, Milan, Italy
A Free and Anonymous Monument, Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland
Umea Bildmusset, Umea, Sweden

2003

A Free and Anonymous Monument, BALTIC, England, UK, touring to: Kunsthaus, Bregenz
Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Centro de Fotografia, Salamanaca, Spain

2002

Star City, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany

2000

Las Vegas, Graveyard Time, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA
Star City, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Parliament A Third House, Bernier/Eliades, Athens, Greece
Stasi City & Crawl Space, MIT List Visual Arts Centre, Cambridge, MA, USA

1999

Turner Prize, Tate Gallery, London, UK

1999

Jane & Louise Wilson, Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, UK
Gamma, Lisson Gallery, London, UK

1998

Stasi City, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Hamburg Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, USA
H & R Projects, Brussels, Belgium

1997

Stasi City, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany, touring to: Kunstraum Munich, Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art, Geneva, Switzerland; and Kunstwerke, Berlin, Germany
Jane and Louise Wilson, LEA, London, UK
Film Stills, Aki-Ex Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1996

Galleria S.A.L.E.S., Rome, Italy, as part of the British Art Festival (C)

1995

Normapaths, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK, and Berwick Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick-upon-Tweed, UK (C)
Crawl Space, Milch Gallery, London, UK

1994

Routes 1 & 9 North, AC Project Room, New York, NY, USA
Crawl Space, British Project II, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

Group Exhibitions

2021

Winter of Discontent, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA (Online)
Imperial Measure 16, Atomgrad, Ukraine
NeoHyundaism, Geomang Creative Studios, GCS, Seoul, South Korea

2020

Alien Landscape, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
20:20: Twenty Years of Collecting Contemporary Art, The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK
We Never Sleep, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
Hypnose, Musée d'Arts de Nantes, Nantes, France
Rapture in Fracture, Jane and Louise Wilson joint-coordinators for the 252nd Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

2019

Children of Saturn, Rochechouart Museum of Contemporary Art, Rochechouart, France
303 Gallery: 35 Years, New York, NY, USA
Summer Exhibition 2019, Royal Academy, London, UK
Face Scripting: What Did the Building See?, Coreana Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea
Little Boy’s Luminous Legacies, Lothringer 13 Halle, Munich, Germany
International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Far South Movement, Gapado AiR exhibition, Gapado Island, South Korea
Homecoming, Hyundai Gallery, Gapado Island, South Korea

2018

Academicians V, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, UK
Divided We Stand, Busan Biennale, Busan, South Korea (C)
Great Exhibition of the North, Baltic, Newcastle, Gateshead, UK
Landscapes after Ruskin, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Stasi City, Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, The Met, New York, USA
Suspended Island, Great Exhibition of the North, Baltic, Newcastle, Gateshead, UK
250th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, UK

2016

Landscapes After Ruskin: Redefining the Sublime, curated by Joel Sternfeld, Hall Art Foundation, Reading, VT, USA
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
Daydreaming with… Stanley Kubrick, Somerset House, London, UK
Festival della memoria, MAV Ercolano, Naples, Italy
SeMA Bienniale, Mediacity Seoul, Seoul Museum of Art Korea
Fireflies in the Night Take Wing, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre, Athens, Greece
Future Ruin, Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, UK
False Positives and False Negatives, Museo de la Casa, Madrid, Spain

2015

Then For Now, Delfina Foundation, London, UK
Traces and Vestiges: Inquires about the present, Museo Amparo, Puebla, Mexico
FUTURE PRESENT, The Shaulager, Basel, Switzerland
From The Ruins, 601 Artspace, New York, NY, USA
History is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
…And There Was Time, Fundacion Helga de Alvear, Caceres, Spain
BP Walkthrough British Art, Tate Britain, London, UK

2014

Interiors, Stuart Shave, Modern Art, London, UK
Ruin/Lust, Tate Britain, London, UK
Conflict, Time, Photography, curated by Simon Baker, Tate Modern, London, UK, touring to: Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
A Thousand Doors, The Gennadius Library and Gardens, Athens, Greece

2013

Critique and Crisis, Art in Europe since 1945, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy / Kumu Art Museum, Estonia
International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Ja Natuurlijk, Kunstmuseum Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands
The Toxic Camera, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2012

Critique and Crisis: The Desire of Freedom, Art in Europe since 1945, The Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany
The Perfect Show, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Tomorrow was already here, Museum of Contemporary Art Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico
Stanley Kubrick, LACMA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2011

A Plot for a Biennial, Sharjah Biennial 10, United Arab Emirates
Space, About a Dream, Kunsthalle wien, Vienna
ALIAS: Photomonth in Krakow, Poland

2010

Imaginário da Paisagem, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, Portugal
Star City – The Future Under Communism, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK
The Science Of Imagination, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary

2009

A Secret Understanding, Forma, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria
Of Other Spaces, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH, USA
Provisions for the Future, Sharjah Biennial 9, United Arab Emirates

2008

Temptation of Space, Louis Vuitton Fondation, Paris, France
Quad Gallery, Derby, UK

2007

A Secret Understanding, Forma, Institute of Contemporary Arts, ICA, London, UK
Brave New Year, 303 Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Crossing Walls, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Grand Canary Palms, Spain
Double Vision, Deutsche Bank, New York, NY, USA
Sounding the Subject, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, USA
Temptation of Space, Louis Vuitton Fondation, Paris, France

2006

Out of Time, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, USA
Serpentine Gallery Marathon, London, UK
Space is the Place, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA

2004

The Raft of the Macumba, Les Abattoirs, musée d'art moderne et contemporaine, Toulouse, France
Dream Extensions, S.M.A.K. Museum of Contemporary Art, Ghent, Belgium
Printemps du Septembre, Toulouse, France
Shhh…., Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

2003

Unlimited Edition, Millais Gallery, Southampton, UK
VideoMix, Arario Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
Here is Elsewhere, MOMA, Queens, NY, USA
Crosscurrents at Century’s End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collections, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, touring: Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL and the Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, USA
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland
25 Hours, TheVideoArtFoundation & UNXposed, Barcelona, Spain
Moving Pictures, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain

2002

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, England, inaugural exhibition
The GAP Show; Young Critical Art from Great Britain, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
Screen Memories, Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Japan
Outer & Inner Space: Pipilotti Rist, Shirin Neshat, Jane & Louise Wilson and the History of Video Art, curated by John B. Ravenol, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, USA
Wallflowers, Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland

2001

Beau Monde, curated by Dave Hickey, SITE Sante Fe, NM, USA
W, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
Hypermental Rampant Reality 1950-2000 from Salvador Dali to Jeff Koons, curated by Bice Curiger, Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Public Offerings, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Double Vision, Galeri für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany
EGOFUGAL, The 7th International Instanbul Biennial, Instanbul, Turkey, touring to: Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (C)
Zero Gravity: Art, Technology and New Spaces of Identity, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy
Magasin 3, Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
The Wastland, Desert and Ice: Barren Landscapes in Photography, Atelier Augarten, Wien, Austria (C)
No world without you…Reflections of identity in New British Art, Herzliya Musuem of Art, Israel
2001 A Space Oddity, The Colony Room Club, London, UK (C)

2000

Art Science & Technology, New Greenham Enterprise, Newbury, UK
Point of View – Works from a Private Collection, Richard Salmon Gallery, London, UK
Age of Influence: Reflections in the Mirror of American Culture, curated by Francesco Bonami and Elizabeth Smith, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Dream Machines, curated by Susan Hiller, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, touring to: Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield and Camden Arts Centre, London
Images Festival, Toronto MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, USA
Film/Video Works – Lisson Gallery at 9 Keane Street, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
A Shot in the Head, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Annika von Hausswolf, Jane & Louise Wilson and Weegee, Magasin 3, Konsthall, Stokholm, Sweden
Mediacity Seoul, Korean Biennial, South Korea
Vision and Reality, Lousiana Museum for Modern Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
Trace, Liverpool Biennial, Tate Gallery, London, UK
This Other World of Ours, TV Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Chac Mool Contemporary Fine Art, in collaboration with Lisson Gallery, West Hollywood, CA, USA
Clues, Monte Video – Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Media City, Korean Biennial, Seoul, South Korea

1999

Carnegie International 1999/2000, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Seeing Time: Selections from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, USA
Gamma, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
View 1, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY, USA
In the meantime, Galeria Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona, Spain
Spectacular Optical, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY, USA
Earth, Water, Air, DC Moore, New York, NY, USA
Then and Now, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Mise en Scène, Grazer Kunstverein, Austria (C)
Black Box, touring exhibition (C)
Malos Habitos, Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain
Poor Man’s Pudding; Rich Man’s Crumbs, AC Project Room, New York, NY, USA
Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, UK

1998

View 1, Mary Boone, New York, NY, USA
In the meantime, Galeria Estrany de la Mota, Barcelona, Spain
Spectacular Optical, Threadwaxing Space, New York, NY, USA
Earth, Water, Air, DC Moore, New York, NY, USA
Then and Now, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Mise en Scène, Grazer Kunstverein, Austria (C)

1997

Black Box, touring exhibition (C)
Malos Habitos, Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain (C)
Hyperamnesiac Fabulations, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada (C)
Remake -- Re-model, Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (C)
Ein Stuck vom Himmel, Kunsthalle Nuremburg, Nuremburg, Germany
Follow Me, Britische Kunst an der Unterelbe, billboards between Buxtehude and Cuxhaven, Germany
Pictura Britannica, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia, touring to: Art Gallery South Australia, Adelaide, Australia; and City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
Broken Home, Greene Naftali, New York, NY, USA
Hospital, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
Instant, Green Room, Manchester, UK
Young British Artists, Roslyn Oxley 9 Gallery, Paddington, Australia
More Than Real, Palazzo Reale, Caserta, Italy (C)

1996

Co-operators, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton City, UK; and Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield (C)
Ace! Arts Council New Purchases, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, touring to: Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Gallery Oldham; Hayward Gallery, London; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Mappin Art Galery, Sheffield; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham; Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast.
NowHere, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark (C)
Auto Reverse 2, Le Magasin, Grenoble, France
Trailer, Ynglingagatan Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
Der Umbau Raum, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Germany
British Artists, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Nach Wiemar, Kunstsammlungen zu Weimar, Germany (C)
Quatros Duplos, Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal (C)
Files, Bunker, Berlin, Germany
Full House, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany (C)
Attitude Adjustment, 5th New York Video Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, NY, USA
Dei Popoli, Filmfestival, Florence, Italy (C)

1995

The British Art Show 4, South Bank Exhibition Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland, touring to; Manchester, UK; and Cardiff, UK (C)
Young British Artists, Eigen + Art, Independent Art Space, London, UK
Corpus Delicti: London in the 1990’s, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, Denmark (C)
Kine Kunst ‘95, Casino Knokke, Flanders, Belgium
Speaking of Sofas..., Soho House, London, UK
Mysterium Alltag, Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany, with Jane Wilson, Gillian Wearing, Tracey Emin, and Tacita Dean (C)
General Release, British Council selection for Venice Biennale, Scuola San Pasquale, Venice, Italy (C)
Wild Walls, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (C)

1994

Here and Now, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Fuori Uso, Stabilimenti Ex-Aurum, Pescara, Italy
Wild Walls, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (C)
Interno 1, Galleria Raucci/Santamaria, Naples, Italy
Gang Warfare, Independent Art Space, London, UK
Kunst aus London, Mysterium Alltag, Hammoniales Festival der Frauen, Hamburg, Germany
Beyond Belief, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Domestic Violence, Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy
Facts of Life, Galerie 102, Düsseldorf, Germany
Audience 0.01, Trevi Art Museum, Trevi, Italy
New Reality Mix, 18 Högbergsgatan, Stockhom, Sweden
The Ecstasy of Limits, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, USA, touring to: Galerie Valeria Belvedere, Milano, Italy
Use Your Allusion: Recent Video Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Le Shuttle, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

1993

BT New Contemporaries, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK, touring to: Orchard Gallery, Derry; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield; City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (C)

1993

Barclays Young Artists, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK (C)
Underlay, Renwick Street, New York, NY, USA
The Daily Planet, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
Over the Limit, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK (C)
Summer Show, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Wonderful Life, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
Lucky Kunst, Silver Place, London, UK
Close Up, 42nd Street, New York, NY, USA
Walter Benjamin’s Briefcase, curated by Andrew Renton, Moagens, Oporto, Portugal

1992

Inside a Microcosm, Summer Show, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK

Talks and Teaching

2022

What makes an ethical collector?, The Art Newspaper Live, Crozier (online)

2013

Visiting Professor of Art, Louise Wilson, Wolverhampton University, Wolverhampton, UK

2013

Professor of Art, Jane Wilson, Wolverhampton University, Wolverhampton, UK

1998

Part time Lecturers at the Kunstakadamiert, The Academy of Fine Art, Oslo

1994

Part time teaching at Goldsmiths College of Art, London, UK

Bibliography

2022

Gronlund, Melissa, Five international highlights of London Gallery Weekend: Saudi artist to Indian artworks, thenationalnews.com, 13 May 2022
Jones, Jonathan, ‘We had a seething disdain for each other’: Jake Chapman on splitting from brother Dinos, theguardian.com, 11 May 2022
Sherwin, Skye, Takeaway spoons, solitary confinement and a nuclear camera: 10 must-see shows at London Gallery Weekend, theguardian.com, 11 May 2022
YJ Zheng, Elaine, London Gallery Weekend 2022: Exhibitions to See, ocula.com, 11 May 2022
Buck, Louisa, London Gallery Weekend: the must-see exhibitions in East London, theartnewspaper.com, 9 May 2022 Seymour, Tom, London Gallery Weekend: Best shows for… photography fans, theartnewspaper.com, 9 May 2022
Luke, Ben, The best exhibitions to see at London Gallery Weekend 2022, standard.co.uk, 6 May 2022
–––, Can collectors use their power for good? Ahead of London Gallery Weekend, we ask five experts from different parts of the art world, theartnewspaper.com, 5 May 2022
White, Tony, The Toxic Camera, by Jane and Louise Wilson, pieceofpaperpress.com, 4 May 2022
–––, The TMH Edit: brilliant things to do this May, themodernhouse.com, 3 May 2022
Watson, Rebecca, Double vision on the world's hard places, FT Weekend, 30 April / 1 May 2022, p. 14
Watson, Rebecca, Artists Jane and Louise Wilson on the duality of experience, ft.com, 29 April 2022
–––, Edinburgh Festival Highlights: The Top 30 Shows, list.co.uk, 13 April 2022
–––, What to expect at the London Gallery Weekend 2022, stirworld.com, 8 April 2022
Westall, Mark, London Gallery Weekend is back featuring over 150 galleries this May, fadmagazine.com, 22 March 2022

2021

–––, Photo Days Paris: Jane and Louise Wilson: I’d Walk with You, But Not with Her, loeildelaphotographie.com, 26 November 2021
Spero, Josh, Is the art world ready for radical action to fight climate change?, ft.com, 17 September 2021
Buck, Louisa, 40 Years 40 Artists: Jane and Louise Wilson, a-n.co.uk, 2 March 2021

2020

Avgikos, Jan, Jane and Louise Wilson: 303 Gallery, artforum.com, ArtForum Vol.59, No.2, October/November 2020
Luke, Ben, Summer Exhibition review: Autumn edition of Royal Academy show opens with moving call to right racial imbalances, standard.co.uk, 28 September 2020
–––, Summer Exhibition especially important to artists amid pandemic, says RA curator, irishnews.com, 28 September 2020

2019

Feeney, Mark, Art and conspiracy meet at the Met Breuer, The Boston Globe, online, 21 November 2019
–––, In Focus: Jane and Louise Wilson | A Reputable Collaboration that Started 150 Miles Apart, photofairs.org, 24 May 2019
Budick, Ariella, Landscapes After Ruskin, Grey Art Gallery, Financial Times, 11 May 2019
Shim, Woo-hyun, ‘The Security Has Been Improved’ examines surveillance”, online, 1 May 2019
Dex, Robert, and Lizzie Thomson, Works from the Government’s art collection form new exhibition in Waltham Forest’s year-long programme, London Evening Standard, online, 23 April 2019

2018

–––, Back north: twin fine art professors return to Newcastle, ncl.ac.uk, 2018

2017

Bradner, Liesl, WWII Coastal Bunkers: Once symbols of strength, now aliens of the sea, Los Angeles Times, online, 3 June 2017
–––, Inches, Artist’s Project: Jane and Louise Wilson, Esopus Magazine, 24, Spring 2017
Stanley, Courtney, Twin Artists Create Beauty From Histories: Jane and Louise Wilson, theculturetrip.com, 4 January 2017

2016

Carpenter, Ele, The Nuclear Culture Source Book, Black Dog Publishing, London, p. 36
Viv, Hardwick, Jane and Louise Wilson exhibition at Mima, thenorthernecho.co.uk, 1 September 2016
Whetstone, David, Jane and Louise Wilson to show new First World War-inspired artwork in the North East, chroniclelive.co.uk, 20 August 2016
Pickford, James, Royal Academy looks at reframing arcane membership rules, ft.com, 7 June 2016
–––, Double vision: the artist duos who think as one, The Guardian, 3 June 2016

2015

–––, Jane and Louise Wilson: Undead Sun, Time Out London, p.63
–––, Portfolio, Prefix Photo, Volume 16, pp. 64-67
Charlesworth, JJ, Star Artists Curate Revelatory Survey of British History at London’s Hayward Gallery, Artnet News
Knelman, Sara, Conflict, Time, Photography, Frieze, May, p. 238
Jones, Corinne, Jane and Louise Wilson: ‘This show is like going into seven different artists’ brains’, The Guardian, 1 February 2015

2014

Fullerton, Elizabeth, Double Take, Artnews.com, December 2014
Fullerton, Elizabeth, Double Take, Artnews, December, cover, pp. 74-83
Hodgson, Francis, War photography at Tate Modern, ft.com, 28 November 2014
Zellen, Jody, Jane and Louise Wilson, Artillery Magazine, September 2014
Aspden, Peter, The joy of archaebacteria, ft.com, 7 March 2014
Jones, Jonathan, Ruin Lust, a brilliant but bonkers exhibition, The Guardian, 3 March 2014

2013

–––, Yes Naturally: how Art saves the world, Niet Normaal Foundation, naiO 10 publishers. p.66
–––, Arte in Europa dal 1945, The desire of freedom, pp. 226-227
Hall, Emily, Jane and Louise Wilson, ARTFORUM, November, pp. 287-288
Pilger, Zoe, How two sisters turned a murder into a work of art, The Independent, 9 October 2013
Rosenberg, Karen, Jane and Louise Wilson, nytimes.com, 18 July 2013
–––, The power of photography: time, mortality and memory, theguardian.com, 19 May 2013
Bradbury, Natalie, Jane and Louise Wilson, Whitworth Art Gallery, corridor8.co.uk, 4 January 2013
Taber, Alexander, Jane and Louise Wilson, Corridor8, January 2013

2012

Wilson, Robbie, Chernobyl – Jane and Louise Wilson : Atomgrad, The Manchester Historian, 11 December 2012
Searle, Adrian, Post-atrocity exhibition: Jane and Louise Wilson’s disturbing films, The Guardian, 22 October 2012
Youngs, Ian, Artists Jane and Louise Wilson offer view of Chernobyl, BBC News, 8 October 2012
Lack, Jessica, Who, What, Why - Jane and Louise Wilson review, Another Magazine, 5 October 2012
Sharratt, Chris, Review, Frieze, May 2012
Urwin Jones, Sarah, Jane and Louise Wilson, Dundee Contemporary Arts, The Herald, Scotland, January 2012

2011

–––, 1986 Chernobyl: Jane and Louise Wilson, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, aestheticamagazine.com, 22 July 2011

2010

–––, Jane & Louise Wilson, Art Review, April 2010
Dillon, Brian, Decline and Fall – Tracing the History in Ruins in Art, Frieze, April 2010
Thorne, Sam, Look to the Stars, Frieze, February 2010
Schwabsky, Barry, review, Artforum, 1 January 2010

2009

Aspen, Peter, A bold new season at Sadler’s Wells, ft.com, 15 May 2009
Sherwin, Skye, Jane & Louise Wilson, Art Review, March, p.25.
Lack, Jessica, Artists of the week 29: Jane and Louise Wilson, theguardian.com, 18 February 2009
Brown, Mark, Kubrick Holocaust Film to be told in installation, The Guardian, 3 January 2009

2008

Martin, Francesca, Derby inspires Tuner artists, theguardian.com, 23 July 2008

2007

Review, War Works in Walsall, Art World, December 2007 - January 2008

2006

Avgikos, Jan, review, Artforum, December, p. 192
Vanderbilt, Tom, Best of 2004, Artforum, December, p. 170
Schwendener, Martha, review, Time Out, 28 October – 4 November, p. 77
Smith, Roberta, review, The New York Times, 29 October 2006, p. 38
Hubbard, Sue, What's Behind the Screens?, The Independent, 24 May 2006, p. 20
Driel, Anne van, Het mooie van falende architectuur, de Volkskrant, 22 January 2006, pp. 16-17

2005

Higgins, Charlotte, Royal Opera House takes twin tracks to video age, theguardian.com, 1 April 2005

2004

Ebner, Jorn, review, Frieze January/February 2004

2003

–––, Jane and Louise Wilson: A free and anonymous monument, The Art Newspaper, 2003
Smith, Roberta, When an Artist’s Eye Guides a Museum Show, The New York Times, 12 December 2003, p. 4
Dillon, Brian, Frieze, issue 78, October 2003, pp.129-130
Searle, Adrian, You are here, The Guardian, 16 September 2003
Lunn, Felicity, Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered, Artforum, September 2003, p. 234
Glover, Michael, review, ARTnews Summer, Vol. 102, No.7, 2003, pp. 170 - 171

2002

Campbell, Clayton, Spotlight: Beau Monde, Flash Art, October, Vol XXXIV, No. 220, 2002, p. 98
Israel, Nico, review (‘Public Offerings’, MOCA, L.A.), Artforum, September, Vol. XL, No. 1, 2002, p. 189
–––, Art in Review, (date book), The New York Times, 28 June 2002
Simmermon, Jeff, (interview), the ghosts of paranoia, Punchline, 27 June 2002, Is.203, pp. 8-11
Gopnik, Blake, Here & Now, The Washington Post, 16 June 2002, p. 3
Lamm, April Elizabeth, review, tema celeste, May-June 2002, No. 91, p. 87
Katy Deepwell, Egofugal, Woman artists at the 7th Istanbul Biennial, n. paradoxa, international feminist art journal, (Eco) Logical, vol. 9/2002, pp. 74-83, interview with Louise Wilson, 2002, pp. 79-81
V Magazine, No. 11, May-June 2002, p. 38
Metzger, Rainer, The Waste Land, Kunstforum International, January-March 2002, No. 158

2001

Cash, Stephanie, review (303 Gallery), Art in America, Vol. 80, No. 5, May 2001, pp. 175-6
Ichikawa, Akiko, review, NYArts, Vol. 6, No. 2, February 2001, p.30
Bonacossa, Ilaria, review (303 Gallery), tema celeste: contemporary art, XVIII, No. 83, January-February 2001, p.92
Clifford, Katie, review, Art News, January 2001, p.149

2000

–––, This World of Ours, Contemporary Visual Arts, Is. 25, 2000, p. 8
Johnson, Ken, Art in Review (303 Gallery), The New York Times, Friday, 2000
Siegel, Katy, Carnegie International, Artforum, 2000, pp.106
Williams, Gilda, Jane & Louise Wilson in the Light of the Gothic Tradition, Parkett, No. 58, 2000, pp. 15-1
Schwendener, Martha, review (303 Gallery), Artforum, Vol. XXXIX, No. 4, December 2000, p. 144
Arning, Bill, Carnegie Dilly: A Remarkable Exhibition in Pittsburgh Breathes New Life into the Mega-Show, Time Out New York, 25 November 2000
Luyckx, Filip, Critical Review: Jane and Louise Wilson, Sint-Lukas Galerij, Brussel, No 2, November 2000, pp.10-11
Levin, Art: Jane & Louise Wilson, review, The Village Voice, 31 October 2000, p. 102
Young, Laura, Stargazing (review), Washington Square News, New York, NY, 27-29 October 2000, p. 9
Griffin, Tim, Back in the U.S.S.R, Time Out New York, 26 October 2000, Is. 266
Caniglia, Julie, New Sensation, Harper’s Bazaar, September 2000, pp. 436-38
Godfrey, Tony, London, Roni Horn, Craigie Horsfield, and Contemporary Artists’ Video, Burlington Magazine, July 2000, pp. 456-58
McQuaid, Cate, review, Art News, June 2000, p. 152
Hillman, James, Plural Art, tema celeste, Italy, May-June 2000, pp. 108-182
Glover, Michael, The Back Half, New Statesman, 22 May 2000, p. 43
Packer, William, Screening Time, Financial Times, London, 6 May 2000
Dixon, Andrew Graham, The Art of Success, Vogue, London, May 2000, pp. 179-92
–––, Cocker to Judge New Brit Art Award, D-Pict, London, April/May 2000
Moynes, Jojo, Film of car trip win £24, 000 art award, The Independent, London, 19 April 2000, p. 7
IO’R, The New Brits on the Block, Tate, The Art Magazine, London, Spring, 2000, p. 8
JL, Dream On, Tate, The Art Magazine, Spring, 2000, p. 14
–––, 1999 Carnegie International, Masterpiece, Spring, 2000, p. 88
Lubbock, Tom, Has Modern At Lost its Bottle, The Independent Review, London, 11 March 2000, p. 11
Kissick, John, Feelin’ Mighty Real: The 1999/2000 Carnegie International, New ARTE Examiner, March 2000, p.38
Leffingwell, Edward, Carnegie Ramble, Art in America, No. 3, March 2000, pp. 86-94
Temin, Christine, Disquiet, please, The Boston Globe, 11 February 2000
Mc Milan, Duncan, Like a Dream, The Scotsman, 11 February 2000, p. 24
Jones, Jonathan, Warning: this woman is inside your head, The Guardian, London, 10 February 2000, p. 10
–––, Biennale di Liverpool, Tema Celeste, February 2000
Boyer, Charles-Arthur, Je est un Autre, Beaux Arts, Nr, 189, February 2000, p. 48
Carrier, David, Pittsburgh Carnegie International, Burlington Magazine, February 2000
Lewison, Cedar, Turner Prize, Flash Art, January – February 2000, p. 61
Goricheva, Tanya, This World of Ours, Flash Art, January – February 2000, p. 62
Jones, Jonathan, Liverpool Biennial, frieze, Is. 50, January/February 2000, p. 96-7
Schwabsky, Barry, Twins who share an enigmatic vision , The New York Times, 2 January 2000, p. 44
–––, Very New Art 2000, Bijutsu Techo, Japan, vol. 52, no. 782, January 2000
Sherman, Mary Twin Brit Video Artists Delight in Shades of Dark Visual Arts, The Boston Herald, January 30 2000
Schwalb, Harry, Carnegie International: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Art News, January 2000
Dailey, Meghan, Pittsburgh, 1900/2000 Carnegie International, Art Press International, Is. 253, January 2000, pp. 12-14
Wu, Chin-Tao, Special Report, Art China, January 2000

1999

Leith, Caoimhin Mac Giolla, Liverpool Biennial Of Contemporary Art, Artforum International Special Issue ‘Best of the 90’s’, December 1999, p. 158
Turner, G, Pittsburgh: The Carnegie International, Flash Art, Nov – Dec 1999, Is. 209, p. 57
Villers, Sarah, A Thought that Counts, The Herald, Glasgow, 16 December 1999, p. 19
Thomas, Mary, 11 videos, Two-Films Are Among Highlights, Post Gazette, 28 November 1999
Shearing, Graham, Reviewing the Carnegie International, Tribune Review, London, 28 November 1999
Arning, Bill, Carnegie Dilly, Time Out New York, 25 November 1999
Potter, Chris, The Carnegie International Explores Boundaries in a Complicated World, Pittsburgh City Paper, 3 November 1999
Falkenstein, Michelle, What’s So Good About Being Bad, ART News, November 1999, p.159-163
Reardon, Valerie, Trace, Art Monthly, November 1999, No. 231
Smith, Edward Lucie, Edward Lucie Smith is sickened by the rumours over ‘Sensation’ […], Art Review, 1 November 1999, p. 26
Clay, J, Artist Aiming to Clean Up, Leicester Mercury, London, 29 October 1999, p. 19
Walter, Natasha, It’s Time for Emin to make her bed and to move on, The Independent, London, 25 October 1999, p. 5
McEwen, John, Eminence Without Merit, Sunday Telegraph, London, 24 October 1999, p. 11
Miler, Catherine, Real Turner stands up to prize namesakes, Sunday Telegraph, London, 24 October 1999, p. 11
Gibbons, Fiachra, Controversy Over Bed will not rest, The Guardian, London, 23 October 1999, p. 10
Johnson, Paul, For 1,000 years art has been one of our great civilising forces. Today, pickled sheep and soiled beds threaten to make barbarians of us all, Daily Mail, London, UK, 23 October 1999, p. 12
Lusher, Tim, All Aboard the Turner Bandwagon, Evening Standard, London, 23 October 1999, p. 34
Searle, Adrian, Tracey’s pants but McQueen’s the real pyjamas, The Guardian London, 20 October 1999
Alberge, Dalya, It’s not a dirty bed, it’s a Turner prize entry, The Times London, 20 October 1999
Watson-Smyth, Kate, Artist’s abortion tape and unmade bed lead Turner prize short list, The Independent, London, 20 October 1999
Kitchen, Clare, The dirty bed that could bring Emin a Turner prize, The Daily Mail , London , 20 October 1999
Smith, David, Is this art? We think we’ll just sleep on it, The Express, London, 20 October 1999, p. 35
Gibbons, Fiachra, Scandal sheets envelop Turner prize, The Guardian, London, 20 October 1999, p. 5
Cork, Richard, Celluloid Heroes and Video Villains, The Times, London, 20 October 1999
Dormant, Richard, Pick me, I’m Tracy, Daily Telegraph, London, 20 October 1999, p. 23
Reynolds, Nigel, Soiled bed shortlisted for Turner art prize, Daily Telegraph, London, 20 October 1999, p, 5
Alberge, Dalaya, It’s not a dirty bed, it’s a Turner Prize entry, Daily Telegraph, London, 20 October 1999, p. 7
Sumpter, Helen, Off the Walls, The Big Issue, 18 October 1999, p. 25
–––, Double Take, The Daily Telegraph, London, 13 October 1999, p. 11
–––, Magnetic North attracts the crowds, The Journal, Newcastle, 12 October 1999, p. 17
–––, Fame’s mixed blessing when your house is destroyed, Sunday Herald, London, 10 October 1999, p. 6
Adams, Tim, Eyes on the Prize, The Observer, Life Magazine, London, 10 October 1999, p. 30
–––, The Lowdown, Mail on Sunday, London, 10 October 1999, p. 39
Glazebrook, Mark, Keep it Underground, The Spectator, London, 9 October 1999
Wired Magazine, review, October 1999
Searle, Adrian, Venice on the Mersey, The Guardian, London, 28 September 1999
Cumming, Laura, Stasi headquarters twinned with greenham common, The Observer, London, 26 September 1999
–––, La Biennale di Liverpool: Tracce, Flash Art, Sept–Oct, Is. 218, 1999
Kent, Sarah, Twin Peaks, Time Out London, 22 September 1999
Dorment, Richard, Down the corridors of power, The Daily Telegraph, London, 22 September 1999
Cork, Richard, A marathon of horrors - but is it safe?, The Times, London, 22 September 1999
Lubbock, Tom, Dreams in the corridors of power , The Independent, London, 21 September 1999
Kent, Sarah, Who dares twins, Time Out, 15-22 September, 1999
Darwent, Charles, Are you seeing double yet?, The Independent London, 19 September 1999
Januszczak, Waldemar, Having a bad trip, The Times, London, 19 September 1999
Moore, Rowan, Fearful symmetry, Evening Standard, London, 19 September 1999
Russel, John, The Big Show: Jane and Louise Wilson, The Times, London, 18 September 1999, p. 42
Glancey, Jonathan, A rat’s eye view of the commons, The Guardian London, 15 September 1999
Caplan, Nina, Jane and Louise Wilson, Metro, 13 September 1999, p. 18
Williams, Murphy, Double Exposure, The Daily Telegraph, London 4 September 1999
Van der Wyck, Edina, Double Exposure, Telegraph Magazine, London, 4 September 1999
Jones, Jonathan, Cover, Ghostbusters, 1999
–––, Seeing double, The Guardian, London, Friday review cover story, 3 September 1999
Shone, Richard, preview, Artforum, September 1999, p. 45
Shone, Richard, Turner Points, Artforum, September, p. 48
Brenson, Michael, Fact and Fiction, Artforum International, September 1999, p. 67
Graham-Dixon, Andrew, Twin Peaks, British Vogue, September 1999, pp. 316-321
Poynter, Phil, Twin Peaks. Vogue, September 1999, pp. 318-321.
Manby, Joe, Dossier of a Madwoman, Make ‘Under Surveillance’, London, August 1999, No. 84
Leith, William, We are a Camera, The Independent, London, 29 August 1999
Bishop, Claire, review, Flash Art, summer, 1999, p. 13
Marlow, Tim, Gamma, Sight & Sound, London, 28 July 1999
Wainwright, Jean, Dual Perspectives, Hot Shoe International, London, July 1999
Krygler, Irit, Letter from L.A., artnet.com, 1999
Cumming, Laura, The jury’s still out…, The Observer, London, 6 June 1999, p.10
Thorncroft, Anthony, Turner contenders focus on moving image, Financial Times, London, 4 June 1999, p. 12
Gibbons, Fiachra, Artists in camera for Turner prize, The Guardian, London, 4 June 1999, p.7
–––, The art rebels are turning respectable, Daily Telegraph. London, 4 June 1999, p. 10
Alberge, Dalya, Turner Prize officially round the bend, The Times, London, 4 June 1999, p.5
Burdon, Jackie, Painters shunned as Turner Prize shortlist favours moving images, The Scotsman, 4 June 4 1999, p.8
Vine, Andrew, Shortlist adds to the role of notoriety, Yorkshire Post,4 June 4 1999, p.10
–––, Artists chase £20,000 prize, Daily Post, (Liverpool), UK, 4 June 4 1999, p.10
Slotover, Mathew, Young British Art: The Saatchi Decade, frieze, Is. 47 1999, p. 112
Schwabsky, Barry, review, Artforum, May 1999, p. 187
Williams, Gilda, Jane & Louise Wilson, Art Monthly, April 1999, No, 225, p. 26-7
Coronelli, Marconi and Chiara, Le Gemelle Wilson – Nel Labirinto della Paranoia, photo (Edizione Italiana), April 1999, No. 25
Buck, Louisa, UK artists Q & A: Jane and Louise Wilson, The Art Newspaper, London, March 1999
Smithson, Helen, Legacy that’s not common, Hampstead & Highgate Express, London, 26 March 1999
Costa, Maddy, Jane and Louise Wilson, Hot Tickets / Evening Standard, 4/25, 1999
–––, Kunstmarkt, Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany, March 20 1999, p.52
Exhibition diary, World of Interiors, London, March 1999
–––, Jane and Louise Wilson: Gamma, The Guardian, London, March 2 1999
Jones, Jonathan, Meet the Wilson sisters, with Stasi in their eyes, The Observer, London, 14 February 1999
Kent, Sarah, Art, Time Out, London, No. 1487, 17 February 1999, p.5
IOR, Twin Peak, Tate Magazine, Spring, issue 17, pp. 6-7
–––, Installation Gamma, The Times/Metro, London, 13 February 1999, p.4
Searle, Adrian, Absolutely Bunkers, The Guardian, London, 20 February 1999, p.5
Aldersey-Williams, Hugh, Bunker Mentality, New Statesman, London, 26 February 1999
Hickey, Dave, Double or Quits, frieze, pp. 65-66, Issue 50, January-February 1999
Jones, Jonathan, Be confident. Be happy. Splash it all over, The Observer, London, January 3 1999
–––, 1999 Turner Prize Feature, Zoo, London, January 1999, Is. 4, p. 155

1998

Review, New York Now, nynow.com, 1998
Adams, Brook, review, Art in America, October 1998, p. 131
Wakefield, Neville, Jane & Louise Wilson, Artforum, October 1998, p.112-113
Smith, Roberta, review, The New York Times, June 5, p. E37 Review, The New Yorker, 15 June 1998
Voice Choices review, The Village Voice, 9 June 1998, p. 102
Newton, Douglas, review, New York Contemporary Art Report, June 1998, p. 82

1997

Kyriacou, Sotiris, The Rise and Rise of British Video, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 14
Jane & Louise Wilson, Stasi City, Kunstverein Hannover, No. 1, pp. 8-9
Barrett, David, First LEA Gallery Exhibition, Art Monthly, London, Issue 212, p. 33-34

1996

Barrett, David, Co-operators, Frieze, Issue 28, May 1996, p. 64
Stange, Raimar, Im Banne des Mediums?, Kunst-Bulletin, Zurich, No. 5, May 1996, p. 16-21
Savage, John, Jane and Louise Wilson, Frieze, Issue 27, March-April 1996, p. 66-67
Bevan, Roger, Lotta Action with Jake and Max, The Art Newspaper, London, March 1996, p. 37
Tozer, John, Co-operators, Art Monthly, London, No. 194, March 1996, pp. 26-28
Williams, Gilda, review, Art Monthly, London, No. 193, February 1996, pp. 25-26

1995

Baerwaldt, Wayne, Crawl Space: Jane and Louise Wilson, Art and Text, No. 52, 1995
–––, Jane + Louise Wilson, Blok Notes, Paris, No. 8, Winter, 1995, pp. 62-63
Lutyens, Dominic, Jane & Louise Wilson, Chisenhale Gallery, What’s On In London, London, December 13 1995, p. 17
Kent, Sarah, Sound and Vision, Time Out, London, No. 1306, Aug 30-Sept 6, 1995, p. 24-27
Di Raddo, Elena, General Release, Tema Celeste, No. 53-54, Autumn, 1995, p. 88
Archer, Michael, Home and Away, Art Monthly, London, No. 188, Jul-Aug, 1995, p. 8-10
–––, Speciale Anteprima Fuori Uso ‘95, Segno, Pescara Giugno Luglio, No. 141, June-July 1995, p. 20-25
Newman, Michael, Beyond the Lost Object: From Sculpture to Film and Video, Art Press, Press, Paris, No. 202, May 1995, pp. 45-50
Norman, Geraldine, Turning the Tide in Venice, The Independent on Sunday, London, UK, 12 March 1995

1994

–––, Wonderful Life, Nikkei Art, Japan, No. 61, October 1994, p. 97
Hilty, Greg, Beside Themselves, Frieze, Issue 18, Sept-Oct 1994, pp. 40-43
Muir, Gregor, Beyond Belief, World Art, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1994, p. 109
Stallabrass, Julian, Beyond Belief, Art Monthly, No. 177, June 1994, pp. 29-30
–––, Tales of Not So Unexpected, Hampstead and Highgate Express, May 6 1994
Wigram, Max, British Art Special, The Face, No. 68, May 1994, pp. 56-72
Kastner, Jeffrey, Beyond Belief, Flash Art, Vol. XXVII, No. 177, Summer, 1994, p. 61
Cork, Richard, All human life is missing, The Times, Tuesday, April 26 1994, p. 37
Graham-Dixon, Andrew, The dying of the light, The Independent, Tuesday, April 26 1994, p. 23
Lillington, David, Monkey Business, Time Out, London, UK, No. 1235, April 20-27 1994, p. 41
Choon, Angela, Rebels of the Realm, Art and Antiques, April 1994, pp. 56-64
Mooring, Letty, Sister Act, Women’s Art, No. 56, Jan/Feb 1994, pp. 10-11

1993

Harada, Ruiko, From London, Bijutsu Techo Monthly Art Magazine, Vol. 45, No. 678, 1993, pp. 148-9
Jaio, Miren, Construyendo la Identidad, Lápiz, Spain, No. 106, 1993, pp. 12-19
–––, It’s a Wonderful Life at the Lisson, Flash Art News, Vol. XXVI, No. 172, 1993, p. 60
Jones, Gareth, Ouverture: Jane and Louise Wilson, Flash Art, Vol. XXVI, No. 173, Nov-Dec 1993, p. 103
Wilson, Andrew, Wonderful Life, Lisson Gallery, London, Forum International, Belgium, Vol. IV, No, 19, Oct-Nov 1993
Cottingham, Laura, Wonderful Life, Lisson Gallery, Frieze, Issue 12, September/October 1993
Dorment, Richard, Hypnotised by a Handful of Stars, The Daily Telegraph, London, UK, 11 August 1993
Lillington, David, True Brit, David Lillington on Wonderful Life at the Lisson, Time Out, London, UK , 28 July 1993

Solo Publications

2014

Jane and Louise Wilson: A Free and Anonymous Monument, Film & Video Umbrella, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Lisson Gallery, London, with support from Arts Council England, Film London and 303 Gallery, New York

2010

Jane and Louise Wilson: Tempo Suspenso, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, A Coruña, Spain

2007

Jane and Louise Wilson, Haunch of Venison, London, UK

2005

EREWHON, Blaffer Gallery at the University of Houston, USA
Jane and Louise Wilson, Quad Publishing, Derby

2001

Jane and Louise Wilson, ellipsis London Ltd, London

1999

Jane and Louise Wilson, Serpentine Gallery, London

1997

Jane and Louise Wilson: Stasi City, Kunstverin, Hannover

Books and Catalogues

2018

Eklund, Douglas. Alteveer, Ian. Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, The MET, New York, pp 56-58, 74, 177, 180-81n50-51

2016

Demos, T.J, Decolonizing Nature, Sternberg Press, Berlin, p. 253
Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2016, Royal Academy of the Arts, London, p. 70

2015

Blessing, Jennifer, Body of Art, Phaidon Press, London
Baker, Simon, Conflict - Time – Photography, Tate Publishing, London
Abramsky, Sasha, The House of Twenty Thousand Books, New York
Review of Books, New York, Cover

2014

Dillion, Brian, Ruins Lust, Tate Publishing, London

2013

Yes Naturally: How Art Saves the World, nai010 publishers, Den Haag, NL, p.66

2011

Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, London & New York, 2011

2007

Space Is the Place : Laurie Anderson . Jane and Louise Wilson, Independent Curators International, 2007

2004

Jane and Louise Wilson: A Free and Anonymous Monument, Film and Video Umbrella, Baltic, Lisson Gallery UK. text by Giuliana Bruno
Jane and Louise Wilson, De Appel Amsterdam (C)

2003

Crosscurrents at Century’s End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collection, Neuberger Berman, New York
Lajer-Barcharth, Ewa, Spaces of the Self: Some Recent Video Installations and the Notion of the Woman Artist, Biographien des organlosen Korpers, p. 133-150
Installations II l’empire des sens, Nicolas de Oliveira, Nicola Oxley, and Michael Petry, Thames & Hudson, Paris, p. 136

2002

Outer & Inner Space: Pipilotti Rist, Shirin Neshat, Jane & Louise Wilson and the History of Video Art, (exh.cat) curated by John B. Ravenol, with texts by Laura Cottingham, Eleanor Heartney, and Jonathan Knight Crary, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
The GAP Show, Young Critical art from Great Britain, Mueseum am Ostvall, Dortmund, text by Claire Doherty and Alexander Broun
Beau Monde: Toward a Redeemed Cosmopolitalism, SITE Santa Fe’s Fourth International Biennial (exh. cat.), curated by David Hickey, text by Louis Grachos

2001

Hypermental Rampant Reality 1950-2000 from Salvador Dali to Jeff Koons, curated by Bice Curiger, Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, p. 124, 141
2001 A Space Oddity, The Colony Room Club, London, UK, text by George Melly and Louisa Buck

2000

Carnegie International 1999/2000: Artists Reader, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, p. 213
Jane and Louise Wilson: Las Vegas, Graveyard Time, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, (exh.cat), text by Suzanne Weaver, Das Gedächtnis der Kunst, Historisches Museum Frankfurt, in colaboration with Kunsthalle Schirn Jane & Louise Wilson, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK (exh. cat)
Young British Art, The Saatchi Decade, Both – Clibborn Editions Video cult/ures, ‘Gamma’, Museum for Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany
The British Art Show 4, National Touring Exhibitions, Arts Council Collection and Hayward Gallery, Cornerhouse Publications, London, (C)

1999

Seeing Time: Selections from the Kramlich Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, pp. 66-69

1998

Black Box, Film and Video Umbrella, touring exhibition (C)

1997

Jane and Louise Wilson: Stasi City, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany (C)

1996

Co-operators, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK and Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield, UK (C)
NowHere, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark (C)
Artisti Britannici a Roma, Turin, Umberto Allemandi & C. (C)

1995

Here and Now, text by Sarah Kent, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK (C)
General Release, British Council selection for the Venice Biennale, Scuola San Pasquale, Venice, Italy (C)
Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK (C)
The British Art Show 4, South Bank Art Centre (C)

1994

New Contemporaries, text by Stuart Morgan, New Contemporaries, London, UK, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK, Orchard Gallery, Derry, UK, Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, UK (C)

1993

Over the Limit, text by Andrew Renton, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK (C)

Magazine Projects

1994

Aitken, Doug, Fashion, Ray Gun, Santa Monica, CA, USA, Issue 22

Video Projects

1994

Use Your Allusion: Recent Video Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Selected Collections

British Council, London, UK
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, USA
Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, USA
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA
Kunsthalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA
MIT / LIST Visual Arts, Cambridge, USA
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA
National Gallery, London, UK
Tate, London, UK
Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, USA