Skulpturen, Museum Bad Arolsen und Museumsverein, Texts by Birgit Kummel [p34-43]

Unlangst Im Wald, Bayerische Staatsforsten [p39-41]
Atelier.Industrie, Magdalena Abakanowicz - Laura Ford, text by Peter Joch, commissioned by LWL-Industriemuseum, Essen, Germany

Provenance, exhibition catalogue, Bath School of Art and Design [p34]
Scultura Internazionale a Racconigi, Racconigi Castle, Piedmont, Italy [p64]
Marchen Kunst, exhibition catalogue, Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Texts by Peter Joch [p.53-58]

Blickachsen 7, exhibition catalogue, Galerie Scheffel, Texts by Joseph Antenucci Bercherer [p44-49]
Laura Ford, exhibition catalogue, Text by Mark Gisbourne, commissioned by ALTANA Kulturstiftung, Museum im Prediger, Germany and Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Edition und Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany

Contemporary Textiles, The Fabric of Fine Art, Black Dog Publishing UK, Texts by Janis Jefferies, Bradley Quinn, Nikos Kotsopoulous, Nadine Monem, Lucy Gundry, Aimee Selby, Raven Smith, Blanche Craig, Adam Thompson, Julias Pasteiner and Caraline Douglas [p47]
International Triennale of Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Prague [p468]
Wanderlust, Excursions In Contemporary Sculpture, Fundament Foundation, Texts by Chris Driessen, Robert Roos and Sally O'Reilly [p158]

Sculpture Today, by Judy Collins, published by Phaidon
Blickachsen 6, exhibition catalogue, Galerie Scheffel, Texts by Christian K. Scheffel and Peter Murray [p76-81]
Children In Conflict, exhibition catalogue, Wolverhampton Art Gallery [p20]
Idilio, exhibition catalogue, Festival Internacional de las Artes de Castilla y Leon, France, Texts by Oliver Zybok, F. Javier Panera, Martje Schulz and Peter Gerlach [p102]
Techmacmayacom, exhibition catalogue, Aqffin Gallery [p5-6]

Armour Boys, Catalogue (Essay by Duncan McLaren)
Somewhere Else, exhibition catalogue, Oriel Davies Gallery, Wales
Re: Imaging Wales A Yearbook of the Visual Arts UK, Texts by Debbie Savage, Iwan Bala and Derrick Price [p23]
Review, The Times, 25 February

Radio 4, Front Row, presented by Tim Marlow
Open Space; Art in the public realm in London 1995-2005, Arts Council England [p98-101]
Kinderezenen Childs Play, exhibition catalogue, Rohkunstbau, Berlin, Germany, Texts by Arwed Messmer, Mark Gisbourne, Andreas Wenderoth, Jakob Hein, Thea Herold [p95-97]
SomeWhere Else, Artists from Wales, Venice Biennale, Texts by Michael Nixon
Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), Rohkunstbau, Berlin essay by Mark Gisbourne

Into My World; Recent British Sculpture, exhibition catalogue, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Texts by Harry Philbrick, Jessica Hough and Stephen Hepworth [p20-23]
Ramble in the Jungle, The Times, 19 June
Display of Favouritism, Metro, 9 June
Bell Boys and a Bearded Lady, Flux, February

The Human Zoo, The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, exhibition catalogue
Why Donkeys are not Such Silly Asses, The Journal, June
Thinking Head, What's On, 19 March
Object of the Week, Daily Telegraph, 10 March
Review, Crafts Council, February
Review, Independent, 4 January

Great Indoors at De Lar Warr Pavilion, exhibition preview, Sotiris Kyriacou, Contemporary, Dec [p34]
Great Indoors at De Lar Warr Pavilion, exhibition preview, Jessica Lack, Guardian Guide, 23 Nov
Laura Ford, exhibition catalogue, Centro de Salamanca Obras, Texts by David Lomas and Rachel Withers

Laura Ford Desperadosexhibition catalogue, Houldsworth Gallery, UK, Texts by Rachel Withers
Killer Wales, The Times, travel section, 20 Oct [p4]
Wonkey Donkey, i-D magazine, Jul
Last Chance to See, Diary Section, Art Review, Jun
Desperados, exhibition review, Chiara Zampetti, Tema Celeste, no 86, Summer
Art Works, London Weekend Television, 27 May
Desperados, exhibition review, Morgan Falconer, What's On, 23 May
Desperados, exhibition review, John Russell Taylor, The Times, 23 May
Desperados, exhibition review, Fisun Guner, Metro, 9 May
Desperados, exhibition profile. Capital Live, 4 May
In Quilts, on Stilts and Heading for a Fall, Helen Sumpter, The Big Issue, 30 Apr

British Art Show 5, exhibition catalogue, National Touring Exhibitions, UK, Texts by Susan Ferleger Brades, Pippa Coles, Matthew Higgs, Jacqui Poncelet, Marcelo Spinelli and Helen Luckett [p56-7]
Little Angles, exhibition catalogue, Houldsworth Gallery
Bronze: Contemporary British Sculpture and Holland Park, Goodwood, UK, Texts by Ann Elliott, Louise Vaughan and Norbert Lynton [p61]
A Sinking Feeling at This Jolly Poor Show, Terry Grinley, Birmingham Post, 6 Dec [p13]
Five's Alive!, What's On Birmingham, 25 Nov - 8 Dec, p 37
Birmingham + Cardiff, British Art Show 5, Lisa Corrin, Burlington Magazine, Oct [p647-8]
Looking at the New, Julian Stallabrass, RA Magazine, Autumn
The Best of British, Alison Stokes, South Wales Echo, 21 Sep
Little Angels, exhibition review, John Russell Taylor, The Times, 20 Sep
Elephant Boy's Big Adventure, Samantha Ellis, Evening Standard, 13 Sep [p55]
Chintz Sculptures far from Part of the Furniture, Western Mail, Cardiff, 5 Sep
The New Brits on the Block, Tate Magazine, Spring
The British Art Show, James Hall, Art Quarterly, Spring [p60]
The Unsexy, Inescapable Truth, John McEwen, Sunday Telegraph, 16 Apr [p9]
British Art: The Whole Story in Eight Parts, Tim Marlow, Independent on Sunday, 16 Apr [p5]
Britart By Committee, William Packer, Financial Times, 15 Apr
Time to Burst the Art Balloon?, Mark Fisher, The List (Glasgow and Edinburgh), 13 Apr
Not So Subtle Wordplay, Duncan McMillan, The Scotsman, 12 Apr
Britart - Now That the Thrill Has Gone, Richard Cork, The Times, 12 Apr [p20]
Pizazz in Short Supply, Richard Dorment, Daily Telegraph, 12 Apr [p24]
A Jolly Good Show All Around, Tom Lubbock, The Independent, 11 Apr [p12]
Two Centuries, Two Shows, One Art, Magnus Linklater, Scotland on Sunday, 9 Apr
There's No Getting Away With It, Alan Taylor, The Observer, 9 Apr
Substance Swamped by the Superficial, Richard Jaques, Edinburgh Evening News, 7 Apr [p34]
57 Varieties, Jackie McGlone, Scotland on Sunday, 2 Apr
It's Stranger than Fiction, Sonia Carvill, East Anglian Daily Times, 25 Jun [p33]
A Stranger Here Myself, John Henshall, Suffolk and Norfolk Life, Jun
Chintz Girl Meets Giant Zoo in the Name of Art, Anne Gould, Evening Star, 12 Jun [p16]
A Stranger Here Myself, exhibition review, Emma Maiden, Bristol Venue, 14-28 May [p69]
A Stranger Here Myself, exhibition preview, AN Magazine, May
Super Furry Animals, Bristol Venue, 16-30 Apr [p10]
Fun de Siecle, Walsall Museum, exhibition review, Dave Beech, Art Monthly, Feb [p42]
Willkommen to Art-as-Sociology, John McEwen, Daily Telegraph, Jan

FundeSiecle; Irony, Parody and Humour In Contemporary Art, Walsall Museum and Art Gallery
Animal, exhibition catalogue, Musee Bourdelle, France, Texts by Jean Albou and Pascal Bonafoux [p162]

Come On, Act Your Age, Adrian Searle, The Guardian, 15 Dec [p10]
No Damien, No Gary, No Tracey, David Barrett, Art Monthly, Sep [p7-10]
1997 Rebels With a Cause to Offer New Art, David Jones, Walsall Advertiser, 6 Feb
New Art From Britain; Zeitschnitt Europa, Yorkshire Sculpture Park [p20]
New Art from Britain, exhibition catalogue, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck [p20-30]

Private View, exhibition review, Sunday Telegraph, UK, 30 Jun
Private View; Contemporary Art In The Bowes Museum, Bowes Museum [p53]

All Smiles in Female World, Richard Cork, The Times, 17 Jan

Laura Ford, exhibition catalogue, Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, UK, Texts by Fenella Crichton

The Self Portrait; A Modern View, Saema Press, UK [p68]

The Sculpture Show, Hayward and Serpentine Gallery, UK [p72-73]