Jimenez - Colon Collection
Tracey Emin
Be Faithful to Your Dreams
This work is from an edition of 3 works, plus 2 artist’s proofs
Emin, Tracey
TRACEY EMIN

Born: London, England, 1963
Lives: London, England

Education

1989 Royal College of Art, MA (Painting)
1986 Maidstone College of Art, BA (Fine Art)

Solo Exhibitions

2013 The Heart Has It’s Reasons, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL
Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
2012 How it Feels, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano a Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
She Lay Deep Beneath the Sea, Turner Contemporary Gallery, Margate, United Kingdom
2011 The Vanishing Lake, White Cube, London, United Kingdom
Love Is What You Want, Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Do Not Abandon Me, Hauser & Wirth, London, United Kingdom (with Louise Bourgeois)
No Love You’re Not Alone, Gianni & Grazia Bolongaro Collection, Liguaria, Italy
2010 Praying to a Different God, Amanda Love Art, Sydney, Australia
Tracey Emin: Walking with Tears, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom
Why Be Afraid, Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
2009 Only God Knows I’m Good, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, NY
Those who suffer Love, White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, United Kingdom
Tracey Emin 20 Years, Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
Tracey Emin Strangleland, Blumenbar Verlag, Berlin, Switzerland
2008 Tracey Emin 20 Years, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
Tracey Emin 20 Years Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Spain
2007 Venice Biennale, British Pavilion, Venice, Italy
You Left Me Breathing, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
2006 Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
2005 I Can Feel Your Smile, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
When I think about sex…, White Cube, London, United Kingdom
2004 Tracey Emin: Monoprints, Museo de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Spain
Tracey Istanbulda, Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey
I’ll Meet You In Heaven, Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
Tracey Emin, BP British Art Displays, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom
Fear, War and The Scream, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
Can’t See Past my Own Eyes, SKETCH, London, United Kingdom
Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2003 Menphis, Counter Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
2002 This is Another Place, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, United Kingdom
Ten Years, Tracey Emin, Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Tracey Emin Showreel, The Genesis Cinema, London, United Kingdom
Tracey Emin, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany
I Think It's in My Head, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
2001 You Forgot to Kiss My Soul, White Cube, London, United Kingdom
2000 Love is a Strange Thing, Figure 1, London, United Kingdom
What Do You Know About Love, Gebauer, Berlin, Germany
1999 Every Part of Me’s Bleeding, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
1998 Cunt Vernacular, Galerie Gebauer, Berlin, Germany
Pandaemonium, London Electronic Arts Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Sobasex (My Cunt is Wet with Fear), Sagacho Exhibition Space,
Tokyo, Japan
I Need Art Like I Need God, Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst,
Bremen, Germany
Galerie Phillippe Rizzo, Paris, France
1997 I Need Art Like I Need God, South London Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Moo Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
Istanbul Biennial, Pera Palace Hotel, Turkey (performance)
1996 It’s not me that’s crying, it’s my soul, Galerie Mot & Van den Boogard, Brussels, Belgium
Exorcism of The Last Painting I Ever Made, Gallery Andreas Brändström, Stockholm, Sweden
Habitat, London, United Kingdom
The Agression of Beauty, Galerie Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany
1995 Tracey Emin Museum, 221 Waterloo Road, London (closed
1998)
1994 Exploration of the Soul - Journey Across America, Readings at the following
locations: Rena Bransten, Los Angeles; Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Museum of
Contemporary Art, San Diego; David Klein Gallery, Detroit; Mattress Factory,
Pittsburgh; Sandra Gehring Gallery, New York; White Columns, New York.
Art Cologne, sponsored artist, Jay Jopling/White Cube
1993 The Shop, 103 Bethnal Green Road, London (with Sarah
Lucas)
My Major Retrospective, White Cube/Jay Jopling, London
From Army to Armani, Analix Gallery, Geneva (with Sarah Lucas)
Group Exhibitions
2013 Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2012 I Followed You into the Water, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
True Stories, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Family Matters: The Family in British Art, Millennium Galleries, Sheffield, United
Kingdom; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom; Tate Britain, London,
United Kingdom
Neon, Who’s afraid of red yellow and blue?, La Maison Rouge, Fondation Antoine
de Galbert, Paris, France
2011 Donne, Donne, Donne, Fondazione Remotti, Genoa, Italy
Light Fantastic, Braodfiel House Glass Museum, Dudley, United Kingdom
Lumiere Festival, Duhman City, United Kingdom
Sex Drive, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
House of the Noble Man, Zabludowicz Collection, London, United Kingdom
Dance/Draw, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Why I Never Became a Dancer, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany
Sometimes, Ciragan Palace Kempinsky Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
MTV Red:Define, Gross-Michael Foundation, Dallas, TX
Fertility, Akim Monet SidebySide Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Readykeulous: The Hurtful Healer: The Correpondance Issue, Invisible Exports,
New York, NY
Images from a Floating World, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, NY
TEXT/VIDEO/FEMALE: Art after 60’s, PKM Trinity Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
The Personal is Political, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Newspeak, showing ‘My Bed’, The Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Do Not Abandon Me, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, United Kingdom
Love is What You Want, Maison Louis Vuitton, London, United Kingdom
Droit House Neon, Turner Contemporary, Margate, United Kingdom
2010 Five in Istanbul: A Selection of Artists from Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Borusan Muzik
Evi, Istanbul, Turkey
Tracey Emin & Louise Bourgeois, Carolina Nitsche Gallery, New York, NY
Jensen Gallery, New Zealand
Illuminations (after Arthur Rimbaud), Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, New York,
NY
Quilts 1700-2010, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom
Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paul Rego: At the Foundling, London, United
Kingdom
Desire, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
The Exquisite Corpse, David Zwirner, New York, NY
Cocker Spaniel and Other Tools for International Understanding, Kunsthalle zu Kiel,
Germany
The Tell Tale Heart (Part II), James Cohen Gallery, New York, NY
Love Lines, RedLine Exhibition Space, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
2009 Pop Life: Art in a Material World, Tate Modern, London
The Making of Art, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Germany(catalogue)
The Female Gaze: Women Look at Women, Cheim and Read Gallery, New York
In Stitches, Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, New York
Tier-Werden, Mensch-Werden, at Neue Gesellschaft fuer Bildende Kunst, Berlin,
Germany
Silent Writings, Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris, France
The Glamour Project, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
British Subjects: Identity and Self-Fashioning 1967-2009, Neuberger Museum of Art,
Purchase University, Purchase, NY
2008 Pivot Points, Part 2: New Mythologies, Museum of
Contemporary Art, Miami
Love love love, Martos Gallery, New York
Collection as Aleph, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary,
Graz, Austria
2007 Global Feminisms, Elizabeth A Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum
(catalogue)
“Timer 01”, Triennale di Milano, Milan
Best in Show: Dogs in Art from the Renaissance to the Present, Museum of Fine Arts,
Houston, Texas (catalogue)
2006 In the Darkest Hour There May Be Light: Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme
Collection, Serpentine Gallery, London (catalogue)
Hot/Cold-Summer Loving, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw (catalogue)
Best in Show: Dogs in Art from the Renaissance to the Present, Bruce Museum,
Greenwich, CT (catalogue)
Love!, curated by Carmen Zita and Andrea Salerno, Ferragamo Gallery, New York
Threads of Memory, curated by Margaret Mathews Berenson, Dorsky Gallery, Long
Island City, New York
“The Other Side, Part II”, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York
2005 Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works
on Paper, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Identity and Nomadism, Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Siena,
Italy
Stranger than Fiction, Nottingham Castle, England
Viviseccion, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City
Me-tissages, MIAT, Gent
Critic Choice, FACT, Liverpool
Faltering Flame: Aspects of the Human Condition in Contemporary Art, Graves
ArtGallery, Sheffield
Edvard Munch and the Art of Today, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund
2004 The Christmas Exhibition 2004, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh
Einlechten, Museum der Moderne, Salzburg
Printers Inc.: Recent British Prints, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
La Collection D’Art Contemporain D’Agnes B, Les Abattoirs, Toulouse
Why I Never Became a Dancer, Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
See It…Read It, Draíocht, Dublin, Ireland
Secrets of the ‘90s, Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem,
Arnhem
Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism. Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College,
New York/University of California, Santa Barbara
Flexible 4: Identities, Nederlands Textilemuseum, Tilburg/Kunsthalle Brandts
Klaedefabrik Odense/Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
The Other Flower Show, Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington, England
2003 Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome
Happiness: A Survival Guide for Art and Life, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Fast Forward-Media Art, ZKM, Karlsruhe
FRESH: Contemporary British Artists in Print, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh
Just Love Me: Post-Feministic Art of the 1990’s, Bergen Art Museum, Bergen
A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960-2003, OCA & ITO, Sao Paolo
Game Over, Grimm Rosenfeld, Munich
Independence, South London Gallery, London
The Happy Couple, Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford
Il Racconto del Filo, Museo di Arte Moderna, Trento
Europe Exists, Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki
Let’s See the Nature in You, Pepperton Gallery, London
Tactics of the Ego, Stiftung Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg
Micro/macro, The Budepest Kunsthalle, Budapest
Words from the Arts Council Collection, The Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston
The Map Is Not The Territory Ill, James Hockey Gallery, The Surrey Institute of Art &
Design
En Route, De Hallen, Haarlem
2002 Face Off, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Rapture: Art’s Seduction by Fashion Since 1970, Barbican Gallery, London
The Ink Jetty, Neon Gallery, London
Shine, St. Pancras Chambers, London
The Glory of God: New Religious Art, St. Peter’s Church,
Liverpool
Disturb, 1st Public School of Hydra, Hydra, Greece
Die Wohltat der Kunst: Post/Feministische Positionen der neunziger Jahre aus der
Sammlung, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
Fushion Cuisine, Deste Foundation, Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens
Public Affairs, Von Beuys bis Zittel: Das Offentliche in der Kunst, Kunsthaus, Zurich
Landscape, Saatchi Gallery, London
The Rowan Collection, Contemporary British & Irish Art, Irish Museum of Modern\
Art, Dublin
2001 I Love New York Art Benefit, Lehmann Maupin, New York
At Sea, Tate Liverpool
Tattoo Show, Modern Art, London
Century City, Tate Modern, London
Trans Sexual Express, Santa Monica, Barcelona/Palacio Municipal de Exposiciones,
Coruna/Mucsanok Budapest
For the Love of Dog, Pump House Gallery, London
Printers Inc., The Gallery, Stratford-upon_Avon, Gallery
Read-Only Memory, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick,
Coventry
Televisions, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
Video Project Space, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London
In Formation, Percy Miller Gallery, London
Summer Exhibition 2001, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Freestyle, Werke Aus der Sammlung Boros, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Insider Trading: profit without honor, Mandeville Hotel, London
2000 Heads Up, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
Potent, Logan Galleries, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco
Drawings 2000, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, NY
Sex and the British, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Saatchi Collection, Saatchi Gallery, London
Peter Blake: About Collage, Tate Gallery, London
Nurture and Desire, Hayward Gallery, London
1960s, Gallerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg/Gallerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Gut Aufgelegt, Kunsthaus, Hamburg
Drawings, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel-Aviv
Drawings, Taché-Lévy Gallery, Brussels
Man MoMA, A Thick Bloke Kicking a Dog to Death, The International 3 Summer Fête,
Fairfield, Manchester
From Face to Face: Mimics-Gestures-Emotions, Stästisches Museum Leverkusen,
Germany
Out There, White Cube, London
Art in Sacred Spaces, St. Mary’s Church, Islington, London
The British Art Show 5, The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh Diary,
Cornerhouse, Manchester
1999 Turner Prize, Tate Gallery, London
Selections from the Permanent Collection, North Miami
MoCA
Sensation, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Free Coke, Greene Naftali, New York
Hundstage, Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen
Imagen em Movimento, Moving Image, Chiva [S]ynergies Art, São Paolo
Art Lovers, The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Compton House, Liverpool
Now It’s My Turn to Scream, Works by Contemporary British Artists from the Logan
Collection, Haines Gallery, San Francisco
Self Evident. Vaknin Schwartz, Atlanta
Sweetie, The British School at Rome, Rome
Video Festival, Riccione TTV, Palazzo del Turismo, Riccione, Italy
1998 Encyclopedia, Turner & Runyon, Dallas
The Colony Room 50th Anniversary Art Exhibition, A22 Projects, London
Emotion: Young British and American Art from the Goetz
Collection,
Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
Loose Threads, Serpentine Gallery, London
Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
Life is a Bitch, De Appel, Amsterdam
La Biennale de Montreal, Center International D’Art Contemporain de Montreal,
Quebec, Canada
Real Life, Galleria S.A.L.E.S., Rome
English Rose in Japan, The Ginza Art Space, Tokyo
Art from the UK: Angela Bulloch, Willie Doherty, Tracey
Emin, Sarah
Lucas, Sam Taylor-Wood, Sammlung Goetz, Munich
Made in London: An exhibition of works by London based artists made in the 1990’s,
Museu de Electricidade, Lisboa
Personal Effects, Spacex Gallery, Exeter; Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
The Human Factor, Achenbach Kunsthanden, Düsseldorf
Sam Taylor-Wood, Tracey Emin, Gillian Wearing, Marc Quinn, Galerija Dante Marino
Cettina, Croatia
Live and Let Die, Apex Art C.P., New York
Beach Life, Upper Street, London (one day event)
Pandemonium, The London Festival of Moving Images, LEA gallery Windows, 15
October
10 SupaStore Supastars, SupaStore at Tomato, London
UK Maximum Diversity, Galeire Krinzinger, Benger Fabrik Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
Hidden Desires and Images, Art Dynamics, Tayayo Lida, Tokyo
1997 History: Image-based work in Britain in the late 20th Century, The Ferens Art Gallery,
Kingston Upon Hull
Private Face. Urban Space, Old Gasworks, Athens
between the devil and the deep (blue) sea, MUU Gallery,
Helsinki
Ca-Ca Poo-Poo, Kunstverein, Köln
Package Holiday, Hydra Workshops, Hydra
Time Out, Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Nurnberg
Real Art for Real Women, Oil of Ulay
Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul (performance)
Tales from the City, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
Craft, Richard Salmon, London
Sensation, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Such is Life, Serpentine Gallery Bookshop, London; Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels
(video programme)
Summer Love, Fatouhi Cramer Gallery, New York
Dissolution, Laurent Dalaye Gallery, London
Hypermnesiac Fabulations: The New British Art Scene, with Georgina Starr & Jane and
Louise Wilson, The Power Plant, Toronto
Slight, Norwich Galley, Norwich; Collective Gallery,
Edinburgh
Kunst: Arbeit: 1st Presentation of the Banks Collection, Südwest LB, Stuttgart
Absolute Secret, Royal College of Art, London
Urban Legends, Baden-Baden, Germany
Time Out, Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Germany
1996 Full House: Young British Art, Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg
Sad, Gasworks, London
Life/Live, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris
The Agression of Beauty, Galerie Arndt & Partner, Berlin
Yerself is Steam, 85 Charlotte Street, London
A Grapefruit in The World Park, with Ono, Dean, and Heilmann, Transmission Gallery,
Glasgow
Other Men’s Flowers, with Sarah Lucas, Aurel Scheibler,
Köln
Faustrecht der Freiheit, Kunstsammlung Gera, Berlin, Neues Museum Weserburg,
Bremen, Germany
Co-operation, with Sarah Lucas, Southampton City Art
Gallery, Southampton
Loosy, with Grayson Perry, Tobey Mott, and Peter Land, Galerie Philippe Rizzo, Paris
1995 Brilliant! New Art from London, Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis
Brill: Works on Paper by Brilliant Artists, Montgomery Glasgow Fine Art, Minneapolis
Mysterium Alltag, with Tacita Dean, Gillian Wearing, and Jane & Louis Wilson,
Kampnagel, Hamburg
Milky Manky, curated by Carl Freedman, South London Gallery, London/Arnolfini, Bristol
Whistling Women, curated by Sarah Kent, Chelsea Room, Royal Festival Hall,London
The Friendly Village, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee
Art for Aids, Gallerie Nicoli Wainer, Copenhagen
Other Men’s Flowers, IceBox, Athena
I Confess, Nikolaj Contemporary Art Centre, Copenhagen
1994 Gramercy Park Hotel Art Fair, New York
Karaoke and Football, Portikus, Frankfurt
Other Men’s Floewers, Joshua Compston/London Portfolio,
London
Hotel Carlton palace Chambre 763, curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Hotel Carlton
Palace, Paris
1993 Carlton Palace Chambre 763, Hotel Carlton Palace, Paris
1992 The Phone Box, various venues, London and Liverpool
Projects
2010 Art Production Fund Towel Project, Miami Beach, FL
I Never Stopped Loving You, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
Awards
2001 The Jury Prize Cairo Biennale Award
1997 International Award for Video Art, Baden-Baden
Video Arts Prize, Südwest Bank, Stuttgart
Readings
2004 “Exploration of the Soul,” Hoxton Hall, London
“Tracey Emin Showreel,” Genesis Cinema, London
1999 “Artsweek,” Camberwell College of Arts, London
1998 “Getting Out of Our Box,” ICA, London, November
1997 “Belfast Literary Festival,” December
1995 “Various Stories,” Royal Festival Hall, 1995
“Everyone I have ever slept with,” Tracey Emin Museum
Selected Bibliography
Artist’s Writings
2011 My Life in a Column, Rizzoli
2005 Strangeland, Sceptre.
1998 “Absolute Tracey,” Park. November/December, pp. 54-56.
“Tracey Emin on... Pandaemonium,” Hot Tickets.
“Tracey Emin, Holiday Inn,” Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst,
Bremen.
1997 “Always Glad to See You,” Published by Tracey Emin.
1995 “Exploration of the Soul,” Published by Tracey Emin.
Periodicals
2012
2011 Noble, Kathy. “Tracy Emin: Hayward Gallery London.” Frieze. Issue 141. September
Ward, Ossian. “Tracey Emin: No Bedtime Story,” Art In America, June/July 2011.
Yablonsky, Linda. “Coast Garde.”, Artinfo.com, 18 March
Millard, Coline. “Louise Bourgeois & Tracey Emin.”, Artinfo.com, 7 March
Rosenberg, Karen. “Images from a floating world’: 18th & 19th Century Japanese Erotic
Prints and the Echo in Modern and Contemporary Art.”, The New York Times, 10
February
“West Dean Tapestry Studio and Tracey Emin Collaborate on Tapestry to Be Unveiled at
Saatchi Gallery.”, Artdaily.org, 10 February
2010 “Tracey Emin wonders if we can ever go too far”, CNN, 18 November.
Taylor, Andrew. “A cracking time for Emin”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 November.
Capon, Edmund. “Tracey Emin at ease under brighter southern skies”, The Australian, 5
November.
Williams, Maxwell. “Tracy Emin.” Flaunt. #107. 2010.
Battersby, Matilda. “For Sale: Tracey Emin Painting, 45 GBP: The Royal College of Art’s
‘secret sale’ has some A-lister artwork at bargain prices”, The Independent, 2 November
2008 Brown, Christopher. "For You touches our heart." Metro, 24 Sept.
Collins, Matthew. "God Save the Queen." ARTINFO, Nov.
Cranston, Meg. "Ideal Syllabus." Frieze Magazine, Sept.
Fletcher, Ewan. "Wild child artist Tracey Emin admits: 'I want children and a quiet life
by the sea'" Daily Mail, 27 Sept.
Holmes, Pernilla, and Stephen Wallis. "The Frieze Generation." Departures Magazine,
Sept.
Jones, Catherine. "Tracey Emin loves new Liverpool Cathedral artwork." Liverpool
Echo, 19 Sept.
Miller, Phil. "Emin gives £75,000 sculpture as thank-you for Scots show." The Herald,
6 Nov.
Patterson, Colleen. "Tracey Emin: 20 Years." The Journal,
Sept.
2006 Fisette, Serge, “Sculpt Words and Language, Place Words in Space,” Espace Sculpture,
Winter 2006-2007, p. 10
“Power 100,” ArtReview, December, p. 104
Spanier, Samson, “Frieze week: A catalyst for London art,” International Herald Tribune:
Culture & More, 14-15 October, p. 7
Conti, Samantha, “Frieze: Art of the Deal,” WWD, 19 October, p. 14
Honigman, Ana Finel, “Pure Traceyland,” Whitewall Magazine, Issue 3, pp. 72-79.
Glueck, Grace, “Out of the Kennel and Into the Gallery: The Artist’s Best Friend,”
The New York Times: Art Review, 7 July, p. E31
“Is there anything left to reveal?”, The Art Newspaper: Books, October.
Ruiz, Cristina
2005 Crisell, Luke, “Bigmouth Strikes Again,” The Culture Pages, New York Magazine, 5
December, pp. 83-4.
Fels, Sophie, “Tracey Emin: I Can Feel Your Smile,” Art, Time Out New York, 1-7
December, p. 72
Johnson, Ken, “Tracey Emin: I Can Feel Your Smile,” Art in Review, The New York Times,
18 November, p. E43.
Sicha, Choire, “Tracey Emin’s Return,” The Transom, The New York Observer, 14
November, p. 3.
Crisell, Luke, “Intimate Portrait,” Nylon Magazine, November, pp. 94-5.
Blincoe, Nicholas, “ The long road to Tracey’s Strangeland,” The Times, 18 October, p.23.
Saunders, Kate, “Memoir: Strangeland by Tracey Emin,” The Sunday Times, 23 Oct.
Winterson, Jeanette, “Like her art, Tracey Emin’s book turns the personal into the public,”
The Times, 22 Oct.
Aspden, Peter, “Tracey the tease,” Financial Times, 22, October,
p W4.
Wright, Karen, “Maid of Margate” ABC: The Independent on
Sunday, p. 4-6.
Kent, Sarah, “The Naked Truth”, Time Out London, 16-18.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, “When Emin thinks about Sex…,” The Times, p. 6.
Wright, Karen, “ Interview: Letters and Luggage,” Modern Painters, June, p. 34-7.
2002 Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “Pillow Talk,” Black Book, Paes 66-68.
Kent, Sarah, “Tracey Emin,” Bulletin Stedlijk Museum, Amsterdam, Pages 37-43.
Field, Marcus, “Tracey For Real,” Modern Painters, Autumn,
Page 112- 117
Mac Adam, Alfred, “Tracey Emin,” ARTnews, November, Page 269
Willing, Fran, “Love is a Battlefield,” Bust, Spring 2002, pp. 52-
55.
Kureishi, Hanif, “Just Like a Woman,” Harper’s Bazaar, Mar., pp.
374-375.
Cooper, Jacqueline. “Talk is Cheap,” New Art Examiner, Jan-Feb, pp. 58-63.
2001 Barber, Lynn, Gregor Muir, and Robery Preece. “Tracey Emin,” essays in Parkett, No. 63,
pp. 22-63.
“Bowie on Emin,” interview with David Bowie, Harper’s Bazaar, November, pp.195-196.
Smith, Sidonie, and Julia Watson. “The Rumpled Bed of Autobiography: Extravagant
Lives, Extravagant Questions,” Biography (Winter) pp1-14.
Buck, Louisa. “Tracey Emin builds a helter-skelter,” The Art Newspaper, Dealers Gazette,
No. 114, May, p. 73.
2000 Vendrame, Simona. “Tracey Emin,” Tema Celeste, July-September, pp. 44-51.
Garnett, Natasha. “…And now she must lie in it,” Tatler, August, pp. 108-114.
1999 Arning, Bill. “Tracey Emin at Lehmann Maupin,” Art in America, December, p.114.
Rugoff, Ralph. “Screaming for Attention,” Financial Times, Weekend 20-21 Nov.
Avgikos, Jan. “Tracey Emin,” Artforum, October, pp.138-9.
Smith, Roberta. “Tracey Emin,” The New York Times, 11 June.
Falkenstein, Michelle. “What’s So Good About Being Bad?,” ARTnews, Nov, pp. 160-3.
Kent, Sarah. “Bleeding Art,” Time Out, 8-15 September.
Carr, C. “The Urge to Purge,” Village Voice, vol XLIV no 20, 25
May.
Self, Will. “A Slave to Truth,” The Independent On Sunday, 21
February.
Pederson, Victoria. “Tracey Emin,” Art & Auction, 1 May 1999.
“Tracey Emin,” The New Yorker, 31 May.
O’Kane, Paul. “Personal Effects (Sculpture and Belongings),” Contemporary Visual Arts.
Issue 21, p. 79.
1998 McKay, Alistair, “Art is an Eminist issue,” The Scotsman. Tuesday 4 August, p.10.
Luz, Kathrin. “Uber das Politische des Unpolitischen,” Noëma Art Journal, no. 48,
July/Aug, pp. 40-47.
Ross, Deborah. “Tracey Emin, the art world’s bit of rough,” The Independent, Monday
Review Section, 27 July, pp. 1/9.
Januszczak, Waldemar. “Eminism,” The Sunday Time Magazine. 12 July, pp. 28-35.
1997 Bowie, David and Tracey Emin. “Its Art, but as We Know It,” Modern Painters, Autumn, pp. 24-32.
Riding, Alan. “No Sexism, Please: They’re British,” The New York Times. 29 Dec, E1.
Eichler, Dominic. “How It Feels. The Tracey Emin museum,” Like Art Magazine, no. 3,
Winter, pp.6-9.
“Shore leaves,” Time Out. 23-30 July, pp. 12-13.
Sawyer, miranda. “Any Spice,” Life: The Observer. 20 July, pp.6-8.
Czyzselska, Jane. “Blood and Guts on canvas,” The Big Issue (in the North). 14 July, pp.10-11.
Barret, David. “Tracey Emin: South London Gallery,” Art Monthly. June, no. 207, pp. 36-37.
Morgan, Stuart. “The Story of I,” Frieze Magazine. May, Issue 34, pp.56-61.
Jackson, Tina. “Mad Tracey of Margate,” The Big Issue. 7-13 April, pp.12-15.
Thomas, Lesley. “From margate to Monument Valley,” The Express, 10 April.
Garratt, Sheryl. “Share my world,” Arena. May, no.68, p. 40.
Collings, Matthew. “A Tart for her Art...,” The Independent. 25
March.
Gott, Richard. “Sexual in-tent,” The Gaurdian Weekend. 22 April.
Searle, Adrian. “Me, me, me, me,” The Gaurdian. 22 April.
Kent, Sarah, “Life Skills,” Time Out Magazine, 23-30 April.
Dorment, Richard. “All about Tracey Emin,” I-D Magazine, May,
no. 164.
Winsdsor, John. “A different class of bond,” The Independent.
25 January.
Buck, Louisa. “Works in progress,” GQ Magazine.
1996 Bernard, Kate. “The women who won’t win the Turner Prize,” Evening Standard. 30 Oct
Male, Andrew. “Fact!,” Select. April.
Brown, Neal. “Tracey Emin,” Frieze Magazine, no. 27, March-
April.
Holm-Eva-Lotta. “Painting the Unconscious as a Process,” Material, Summer, no. 29.
Ronson, Jon. “Who wants their own museum?,” The Independent. 9 February.
Bernard, Kate. “Portrait of the artist as a young woman,” Harpers & Queens. Jan, p. 21.
Januuszcak, Waldemar. “The girls adding spice to life,” The Sunday Times, 8 December.
Searle, Adrian. “New Habitat for bondage tackle,” The Guardian. 21 February.
“English Rose,” Frieze Magazine, November.
Chaudhuri, Anita. “Shane, Eddie, Tony, Richard, Doug... This one’s for you,” The Guardian
1995 Kent, Sarah. “Open art surgery,” Time Out Magazine, 23-30 August, pp.16-17.
Kent, Sarah. “Hot Shots,” Time Out Magazine, 13-20 December,
p.5.
Corris, Michael. “Tracey Emin,” Artforum. February, pp. 84-85.
Corrigan, Susan. “New Art Riot,” I-D Magazine, December, no. 147, pp. 36-37.
Publications
2011 Searle, Adrian. “The best visual arts for 2011.” The Guardian. 3 January
2010 Go See- New York: Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin “Do Not Abandon Me” At
Carolina Nitsch Through November 13, 2010”, Artobserved.com, 21 September.
Williams, Maxwell. “Tracey Emin.” Flaunt, 2010
2009 Konigsberg, Eric. “Quite Big in Britain, Not Quite in the U.S.” New York Times, 14
November.
Douglas, Sarah. “Interview with Tracey Emin.” Artinfo, 12 November.
Yablonsky, Linda. “New Sensation.” New York Magazine, 13 November.
Prentice, Claire. “Emin Explores Reality and Dreams.” BBC News, 6 November
Grace, Carrie. “The Interview:The Interview with Tracey Emin.” BBC.co.uk, 16 June.
Tully, Judd. “To Bling or Not to Bling.” Artinfo.com, 9 June.
Vines, Richard. “Tracey Emin’s Party; Dinner for $3, 117; Hot Tuna:” Bloomberg.com, 2
June.
Hudson, Mark. “Tracey Emin: Those Who Suffer Love at the White Cube, review.”
Telegraph.co.uk, 1 June.
“Those Who Suffer Love by Tracey Emin.” Wallpaper.com, 29 May.
“Tracey Emin is Giving Up on Sex.” ArtInfo.com, 29 May.
Briggs, Caroline. “Emin bares all in new exhibition.” BBC.co.uk, 28 May.
Gayford, Martin. Tracey Emin London Show Explores Solitary Pursuit of Lust.”
Bloomberg.com, 28 May.
Glass, Nicholas. “Interview: Tracey Emin.” Channel4.com, 27 May.
Kennedy, Maev. “Sex craze fading fast, says Tracey Emin at London exhibition launch.”
Guardian.co.uk, 27 May.
Hoyle, Ben and Toby Rose. “Damien Hirst turns to film with the art satire Boogie Woogie.”
Timesonline.co.uk, 23 May.
Wullschlager, Jackie. “Lunch with the FT: Tracey Emin.” FinancialTimes.com, 22 May.
Stanley, Caroline. “Quote of the Day: Tracey Emin’s Battle Plan.” Flavorwire.com, 19
May.
“Tate Modern to Show Pop Life:Art in a Material World in October.” Artdaily.org, 17 May.
Brown, Mark. “Tate Modern goes Pop this Autumn.” Guardian.co.uk, 12 May.
Laster, Paul. “Spring Break: Finding Art in Fort Lauderdale.” Flavorwire.com, 4 May.
“The Parallux Flu.” Artforum.com, 30 April.
“The Times’ Modern Explained:What do you think of Tracey Emin?” Saatchigalley.
com.uk, 15 April.
Sen, Aveek. “High Old Times-Bellinis and burning ghats.” Telegraphindia.com, 10 April.
Jones, Jonathan. “Modern Art Isn’t Rubbish.” Guardian.co.uk, 7 April.
Honigman, Ana Finel. “Deeper Underground:Clayton Cubitt.” Interviewmagazine.com, 6
April.
Brown. Craig. “Becks on a Bog, a £50 note and an unusual bird perch – getting to the art
of Burns.” News.scotsman.com, 4 April.
Tracey Emin. Tracey Emin: A Thousand Drawings. Rizzoli, New York.
Seymour, Corey. “Easter comes early to Paris.” Men.Style.com, 27 March.
“Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton: Ecritures Silencieuses.” Llvoelv.com, 27 March.
“Get back on your bike Tracey Dave.” Eveningstandard.co.uk, 24 March.
Pitman, Joanna. “British Museum’s Medieval Europe Gallery: a golden compasss to a dark
age.” Timesonline.co.uk, 24 March.
Bright, Martin, “A New Deal that must win arts and minds.” Timesonline.co.uk, 23 March.
“Tracey Emin: Star of the Art Scene in-between Provocation and Personal Tragedy.”
Artdaily.org, 19 March.
Jones, Laura K. “London Dispatch.” Artnet.com, 13 March. The Herald, 29 November.
“Glamour Asks Top Female Artists to Define Glamour, Mediabistro.com, 10 March.
2008 “Centro de Contemporaneo de Malaga Opened Tracey Emin.” ArtDaily.org, 1
December.
Miller, Phil. “Inspiration behind Tam O’Shanter to go on show.” The Herald, 29
November.
Elliot, Patrick and Schnabel, Julian. Tracey Emin 20 Years, National Galleries of Scotland.
Holzwarth, Hans Werner. Art Now: Volume 3, Taschen.
2007 Emin, Tracey, Andrea Rose, Toby Forward and Rudi Fuchs, Borrowed Light, British
Pavilion, 52nd Venice Biennale, British Council.
2006 Freedman, Carl, Rudi Fuchs and Jeanette Winterson, Tracey Emin, Rizzoli International.
2004 “Art & Australia, 2004 Biennale of Sydney.” Art & Australia Pty Ltd, Paddington
Van Tuyl, Gijs and Carl H. Hahn. “The Open Museum. The First Ten Years,” Kunstmuseum
Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg.
Foster, Alicia. “Tate Women Artists,” Tate Publishing, London
West, Shearer. “Portraiture,” Oxford University Press, Oxford
“Sculpsit: Contemporary Artists on Sculpture and Beyond,” Duncan of Jordanstone
College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, Dundee
2003 “The Believer,” McSweeney’s Publishing, San Francisco.
“Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco.
“Flexible 4: Identities,”The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
“A Bigger Splash, British Art from Tate 1960-2003,” Oca Parque Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo &
Institute Tornie Ohtake, Sao Paolo.
De Cruz, Gemma, Amanda Eliasch. “British Artists at Work,” Assouline, London
Goetz, Ingvild, Stephan Urbaschek. “Fast Forward: Media Art,” ZKM, Karlsruhe.
David, Elliot and Pier Luigi Tazzi. “Unhappiness,” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo.
Hwa Joo, Yeon. “British Contemporary 28 October-31 January 2004,” Arario Gallery,
Korea.
Schmacher, Rainald and Matthias Winzen. “Just Love Me: Post/Feminist Positions of the
1990s from the Goetz Collection,” Bergen Art Museum, Bergen.
Martinez, Rosa. “Europe Exsts,” Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki.
Verzotti, Giorgio, Francesca Pasini and Nocoletta Misler. “Il racconto del filo,” Museo di Art
Moderna, Trento.
“Tactics of the Ego,” Stiftung Whillhelm Lehmbruck Museum.
Ottoman, Klaus and Pamela Auchincloss. “Social Strategies: Redifining Social Realism,”
University Art Museum, University of California.
Tunnicliffe, Wayne. “Tracey Emin—Moving On,” Art Gallery New South Wales Contemporary Projects.
Douglas, Caroline. “Micro/Macro; British Art 1996-2002,” M. Csarnok, Budapest.
2002 Townsend, Chris. “The Art of Tracey Emin,” Thames & Hudson.
Fuchs, Rudi. “Ten Years: Tracey Emin,” Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
Gisbourne, Mark. “Face Off,” Kettle’s Yark, University of Cambridge.
Gregos, Katerina and Maria Skarnaga. “Fusion Cuisine,” Deste Foundation, Athens.
Emslander, Fritz. “Die Wohltat der Kunst: Post/Feministische Positionen der Neunziger
Jahre aus der Sammlng Goetz,”Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.
Knöfel, Ulrike. “Public Affairs. Von Beuys bis Zittel: Das Offentliche in der Kunst,”
Kunsthaus, Zurich
2001 Decter, Joshua. “Tele[vision] Kunst Sieht Fern,” Kunsthalle
Wein.
Blake, Peter. “Royal Academy Illustrated, Summer Exhibition 2001,” Royal Academy of
Arts, London.
Collings, Matthew. “Art Crazy Nation,” 21 Publishing Ltd, London.
Eliasson, Olafur. “Freestlye, Werke Aus der Sammlung Boros,” Museum Morsbroich,
Leverkusen.
Muir, Gregor, Gavin Eddy, Sam Cowan. “Group Exhibition,” UBS Warburg, London
Riemschneider, Burkhard, ta Grosenick (ed). “Art Now,” Taschen.
“Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century,” Taschen, Cologne.
2000 Carson, Fiona and Clair Pajaczkowska. “Feminist Visual Culture,” Ediburgh University
Press Ltd.
Coles, Pippa, Matthew Higgs and Jacqui Poncelet. “The British Art Show 5,” National

Touring Exhibitions.

Blake, Peter, Dawn Ades and Natalie Rudd. “Peter Blake: About Collage,” Tate Gallery
Publishing, London.
Godfrey, Tony. “Diary,” Cornerhouse, Manchester.
Huxley, Paul. “The TI Group Art Collection, Painting Graduates of the Royal College of Art
1975-2000.” TI Group pic, Oxon.
Rosenthal, Norman. “Sex and the British,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris and Salzburg.
1999 Button, Virginia. “The Turner Prize,” Tate Gallery Publishing,
London.
Bevan, Roger. “Now It’s My Turn to Scream. Works by Contemporary British Artists from
the Logan Collection,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California.
Collings, Matthew. “This is Modern Art,” Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London.
Hall, James. “The World as Scupture,” Chatto & Windus, London.
Perrella, Cristiana and Maria Rosa Sossai. “Sweetie, Indentitá, Femminille nel video
britannico,” The British School at Rome, Rome.
Resende, Ricardo. “Imagen em Movimento, Moving Image,” Chiva [S]ynergies Art, São
Paulo.
Scarlini, Luca. “Video Festival,” Riccione TTV, Palazzo del Turismo, Riccione.
Stallabrass, Julian. “High Art Life.” Verso, London.
1998 May, Susan. “Here to Stay, Arts Council Collection Purchases of the 1990s,”Arts Council,
ill. pp. 24-25 [exh.cat].
Morgan, Stuart. “Life is a Bitch,” De Appel, Amsterdam [exh.cat.].
Farquharson, Alex. “Personal Effects,” Spacex Gallery, Exeter
[exh.cat.].
Corrin, Lisa. “Loose Threads,” Serpentine Gallery, London
[exh.cat.].
Brown, Neal. “La Biennale de Montréal 98,” Centre International d’Arte Contemporain de
Montréal, Canada [exh.pamphlet].
Kittleman, Udo. “Live and Let Die (Tracey Emin, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Pierre Joeseph),”
Apex Art C.P., New York [exh.pamphlet].
Brown, Neal, Sarah Kent and Matthew Collings. “Tracey Emin,” Jay Jopling, London
“Tracey Emin, Holiday Inn 1998.” Gesellschaft fur Aktuelle Kunst Bremen
Bachmann, Ingrid and Ruth Schueing. “Material Matters,” YYZ Books, Toronto.
1997 Williams, Gilda. “Art From the UK,” Sammlung Goetz [exh.cat].
Buck, Louisa. “Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now,” Tate Gallery Publications
Collings, Matthew. “Blimey!,” 21, Cambridge.
Marshall, Catherine (ed.) Essays by Richard Cork, Penelope Curtis. “Breaking the Mould:
British Art of the 1980s and 1990s (The Weltkunst Collection),” Lund Humphries
Publishers, London and Irish Museum of Modern Art [exh.cat].
Freedman, Carl. “Habitat Art Broadsheet,” Spring.
Meyric Hughes, Henry and Katerina Gregos. “Private face-urban Space,” Gasworks,
Athens [exh.cat].
“Time out,” Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Germany [exh.cat].
Esche, Charles. “Tales from the City,” Stills Gallery,
Edinburgh [exh.cat].
Adams, Brooks, Lisa Jardin, Martin Malooney, Norman Rosenthal and Richard Shone.
“Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection,” Royal Academy of Arts,
London [exh.cat].
Larner, Melissa (Ed.). “History: Image Based Work in the Late 20th Century,” The Mag
Collection, Ferens Art Gallery [exh.cat].
Brehm, Magrit. “Urban Legends - London,” Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, [exh.cat.].
Monk, Phillip. “Hyper Mnesiac Fabulations,” The Power Plant,
Toronto.
1996 Obrist, Hans Ulrich. “Life/Live,” Musee d’Arte Moderne de la Ville de Paris [exh.cat].
Wordsdale, Godfrey. “Co-Operators,” Southamptom City Art Gallery, Southampton [exh.cat].
1995 Morgan, Stuart, Neville Wakefield, Richard Flood and Douglas Fogle. “Brilliant:
New Art from London.” Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis [exh.cat].
Freedman, Carl. “Minky Manky,” South London Gallery, London
[exh.cat].
Smolick, Noemi. “Mysterium Altag,” Kampnagel, Hamburg
[exh.cat.].
Film and Audio
1997 “Cool Britania: A Celebration of the best new British Talent,” LWT Programme for CH4.
“Tracey Emin,” Audio Arts Magazine. Arts Council of Great Britain. (Ed. and produced by
William Furlong.)

Collections

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Arts Council of Great Britain, London, UK
Art/Pace Roberts Foundation, San Antonio, Texas
British Museum, London, UK
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollings College, Winter Park, Florida
Camden Arts Center, London, UK
Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
Deutsche Bank, Berlin, Germany
Garage CCC, Moscow, Russia
Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Hara Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California
Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
Museum van Loon, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
Pompidou Centre, Paris, France
RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island
Saatchi Collection, London, UK
Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Sammlung Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, Scottland
Simmons and Simmons, London, UK
South London Gallery, London, UK
Tate Gallery, London, UK
Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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