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Anne Tallentire bibliography

  • 2003
  • Emmanuelle Legueux, 'Art Contemporian: sous l'emprise des sens', Le Monde 25 Feb
  • Daphné le Sergent in conversation with Mariane Lanavère, Exporevue 28 April
  • Valerie Connor, 'International News, Dublin, Contemporary June July August
  • Mark Wilsher, 'Sum of the Parts', Art Monthly no.260 October
  • 2002
  • Robert Clarke, 'Strike curated by Gavin Wade adjusted by Liam Gillick', Guardian 8 Oct
  • James Swinson, 'Conrad Atkinson/Strike', Art Monthly no. 261, November
  • Katja Arvila, 'Something Else', Lansi-Soumi, 17 September
  • Anna Hermanansson, 'Something Else', Abo Underrattelser
  • 2001
  • Declan Sheehan, 'work-seth/tallentire' Freize, issue 59 (May) pp.105
  • Declan Sheehan, Circa 96 (Summer) pp 46-47
  • 2000
  • Mark Currah, 'Sleight of Hand at Five Years London', magazine
  • Stephen Bury, 'e-books' Art Monthly no. 241 November
  • 2000
  • Ariko Obayashi ed. 'Very New Art 2000' BT special issue
  • 1999
  • Mark Currah, 'Anne Tallentire at the Lux, London', magazine, November
  • Caoilhin Mac GiollaLeith, 'Playing the Green Card', Circa 90 (Winter) pp.28-29
  • Rob Stone, 'Snakes and Ladders: Abracadabra' Tate no.18 (Summer) pp.48-53.
  • Andrew Wilson, 'All Over the Place', Art Monthly no.28 (July/Aug) pp.7-10.
  • Gavin Butt & J.Cairns. 'The Art of Trailing: work-seth/tallentire's Dublin' Third Text no.48 (Autumn) pp.81-88.
  • Libby Anson. 'Wakefulness in Still Places: an interview with Anne Tallentire' Make no. 85 (Sept/Nov) pp.2224.
  • Aidan Dunne. 'Reflections on Venice', Irish Times (June)
  • Catsou Roberts. 'Performative Woman: the Work of Anne Tallentire and Venetian Overture' Art Press (France) no. 47 (June) pp.30-33 and pp.18-45.
  • Rachel Withers. 'Allied Forces' Art Forum, (May)
  • Marcia E Xvetroco, 'The Venice Biennale Reformed, Renewed, Redeemed', Art in America (September)
  • Daniel Jewesbury. 'Return to the Far Pavilions', Variant, Vol l2 no 8 (Summer)
  • Michael Hulb. 'Biennale Venedig': Landerpavillions' Kunstforum 147 (Sept/Nov)
  • Rachel Withers. 'Venice Biennale' Nu (Stockholm) pt 2 p.80
  • Orla Ryan. 'trailer, work-seth/tallentire' Live Arts Magazine no.23 (December/March)
  • 1997
    Opening Lines, London Arts Board.
  • 1996
  • H.Robinson. 'Exchange Resources' Circa no. 75 (Spring) pp.25-29.
  • Paul Ardenne. 'The Irish Season' Art Press no.215 (July/August)
  • Mark Currah. 'Maps Elsewhere' Time Out 13 April 1995
  • Sally Dawson. 'On Censorship' in K.Deepwell (ed) New Feminist Art Criticism Manchester University Press.
  • Daniel Jewsbury. 'Anne Tallentire and John Seth' Circa (Summer) no.72.
  • Hilary Robinson. 'Irish/ Women/ Artwork' Feminist Review Issue no. 5. p.98.
  • Maurice O'Connell. 'Been and Gone' Project - A journal of the Project Arts Centre (Dublin) (Jan/Feb)
  • 1994
  • Fiona Barber. 'Territories of Difference: Irish Women Artists in Britain' Third Text no. 27 (Summer) p.65-75
  • Sandra Johnston, B. Connolly, A. Maclennan, A. Tallentire, 'Irish Days' Circa No. 70 (Winter) p.53-57.
  • Ken Hardy. 'Modernity = Mobility, Diaspora' Circa 68.
  • Martin McCabe. 'Headspace: writing home/phoning home -digital postcards from the edge' Sculptors Society of Ireland Newsletter (Aug/Sept)
  • 1993
  • Siraj Izhar. 'Edge in the Centre' Circa 66
  • Siraj Izhar. 'Anne Tallentire and John Seth: Interruptions: Showroom' Hybrid 2 (April/May) * Sabina Sharkey. 'Frontier Issues: Irish Women's Texts and Contexts' Women: A Cultural Review Vol.14. no.2. (April/May
  • 1991
  • Rose Jennings. 'Anne Tallentire-camerawork' Time Out (September)
  • 1990
  • Fionna Barber. 'Strategy of Resistance: Anne Tallentire; Recent Work' FAN Vol. 3 no.3.
  • Steven Durand. 'A Battle with Tradition - Live at the Project' High Performance (USA)

Catalogues and other Publications

Densité + 0, ENSBA, Paris: essays bu Caroline Ferreira d'Oliveira and Marianne Lanavère, Didier Semien and Christophe Cherix NGG 4038-39
Jo Wood, afterword, ‘The Well Book Project Dialogues’, Women Artists from Ireland, ed. Katy Deepwell, IB Taurus


Strike curated by Gavin Wade adjusted by Liam Gillick, Koenig Press.

Dispersal, (work-seth/tallentire), Orchard Gallery, Derry, essay Jaki Irvine, CD ROM written by Conor Me Feely performed by Locky Morris
Private Views, essay by Paul O'Neill, London Print Studio, London

Neue Welt, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, essay by Nicolaus Schafhausen

Instances, Irish Pavillion, Venice Biennale essays by Jaki Irvine and Brian Hand
Resisting the Lullaby, Camerawork, London
From There to Here, (work-seth/tallentire), Konsthallen, Goteborg, essays by Henry Meric Hughes
0044, (work-seth/tallentire), PS1 Gallery essay by Peter Murray
Anne Tallentire, Monograph, Project Press, Dublin with essays by Jean Fisher, Sabina Sharkey and John Seth
Instances, Venice Biennale essay by Jaki Irvine, (Cultural Relations Committee, Dogbowl+Bones, Dublin)


Heteronumous: or an ambiguous journey through the self, Rear Window, London and Complesso Monumentali del San Michele a Ripa, Rome essays by Achille Bonito Oliva, Richard Appignanesi, Anna Maria Nassisi and Juliet Steyn
Anne Tallentire, Home 2. CD-Rom, Pink Ink film, London.

L'Imaginaire Irelandais, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris essay by Caoimhín, Mac GiollaLéith
Ceasefire: reflections of conflict, Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Exchange Resources, Catalyst, Belfast essay by Derval Fitzgerald and Karen Vaughan

Irish Days Two, Baltic Art Gallery, Ustka, Poland essays by Brian Kennedy and Sandra Johnston

Gracie Fields Live Art, Rochdale Art Gallery, Rochdale essay by Sharkey Sharkey
Resisting the Lullaby, Camerawork, London essay by Sabina Sharkey

Off The Map, Chisenhale Gallery, London, essay by Fionna Barber
Along the Lines of Resistance: Cooper Gallery, Barnsley, essay by Juliet Steyn

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