2008 The Paint. MOT International, London.
2007 Ocean Pose. Matts Gallery, London (cat).
2007 Frozen Tears III.
Contributing editor/designer. 800-page horror/theory BESTSELLER, incl. Dennis Cooper, Kool Keith, Bonnie Camplin, Stewart Home, Jeffrey Vallance & Patricia McCormack (Publ. by Article Press, University of Central England). Launch events:[London] Koenig Books, Charing X Rd, (collab. with Koenig Books/Cabinet Gallery); [New York] Dexter Sinister and 205 Club, (collab Creative Time NY); [San Francisco] SF Camerawork.

2007 Lost in The Thinking Sketch, London.
First screening of Lost in the Thinking. Collaboration with Damon Packard & Mark Beasley.
2005 The Visible and the Expressible: Flesh Doesn’t Travel Well These Days. Transmission Gallery, Glasgow.
2005 Geniess. Norwich Gallery, Norwich.
2005 Pourquoi les femmes aiment-elles l’enfer? Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France.
Exhibition of collaborative work - Fabienne Audeoud and John Russell 2000-2005 (cat).

2004 Voicing the Vagina. [Bookworks commission].
In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud. 8 limited edition posters and film event/installation at Commercial Tavern. Posters also flyposted around London. Toured as part of Infra thin projects to Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and International 3, Manchester. Incl. Mark Leckey and Mark Titchner. Cur: by Mark Beasley.

2004 Frozen Tears II: the sequel.
Contributing editor/designer. 800-page horror/theory BESTSELLER. Launches and readings at: Skylight Books, LA; Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco; Maccarone Inc, New York; Moonlighting Night Club, London (in collaboration with Cabinet Gallery); installation at Axxxpresssunizm (2004), Vilma Gold Gallery, London.
2003 Frozen Tears I. Cabinet Gallery, London.
Exhibition of 800-page bestseller novel and posters.

2002 The withdrawal from conversation/the return to the oceanic: the weight of the breast. Twenty women play the drums topless. South London Gallery.
Performance organised in collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud and Wayne Lloyd. Subsequently restaged at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (2003) and Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto (2006).

2002 The Collagist. The Trade Apartment, London.
2001 Abstract Painting. The International 3, Manchester.
2000 There is nothing so profane to a man as an ugly woman….Beaconsfield, London.
In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud, Exhibition of paintings and films.

2009/10 The Dark Monarch. Tate St. Ives, Oct 2009 - Jan 2010
Incl. Damien Hirst, Henry Moore, Cerith Wyn Evans, Mark Titchner, Eva Rothschild, Simon Periton, Clare Woods, Steven Claydon, John Stezeker and Derek Jarman. Cur. Michael Bracewell and Alun Rowlands

2009 East International 09. Norwich Gallery, Norwich.
2009 Talk Show/True Mirror Microfiche. ICA, London, Saturday 30 May 2009
Performance/reading of ‘Return 0f the living dead III…’. Cur. Dexter Sinister

2009 Sudden White/GSK Contemporary. Royal Academy, London
Incl Cyprien Gaillard, Ryan Gander, Robert Smithson, Jonathan Horowitz, Lisa Oppenheim. Cur. M. Beasley.

2009 Loving Revolution. Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki
In collab with F. Audeoud. Incl Szuper Gallery and Sari Tervaniemi. Cur. Susanne Clausen.

2008 Ne pas jouer avec des choses mortes. Villa Arson, Nice.
In collaboration with Fabienne Audeoud. Incl. John Bock, Mike Kelley, Roman Signer and Franz West.

2008 A4 Editions, Five Years Gallery, London
2008 Whitney Biennial/Dexter Sinister. Text: ‘Return 0f the living dead III. Clement Greenberg is a conceptual artist: Flatness and Shapism’ (2007), circulated by Dexter Sinister. Incl. True Mirror Microfiche. at The kitchen, New York. Fax performance of ‘Return 0f the living dead III. Cur. Dexter Sinister
2007 Fusion Now, Rokeby Gallery, London.
Incl. Mark Titchner, Liam Gillick, Roger Hiorn and Sam Basu, Cur. JJ Charlesworth.

2007 Intrusions au Petit Palais. Musée du Petit Palais, Paris.
In collaboration with Fabienne Audeoud. Exhibition of works from the FMAC collection. Incl. Roderick Buchanan, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Douglas Gordon and Arnulf Rainer

2007 Off Modern. La Station, Nice.
Collab. with Fabienne Audeoud. Incl. Rita Ackerman, Blood ‘n’ Feathers, Josh Smith and Reena Spawlings

 2006 Right-on/ write-off. Chapman Fine Arts, London.
Incl. David Falconer, Doug Fishbone, Mustafa Hulusi, Mark MsGowan, William Pope l and Eva Weinmayr. 
Curators: The Great Unsigned/J.J.Charlesworth/Mustafa Hulusi.

2006 New art from London. Mogashan Art Village, Shanghai, China; and DIAF 06.798 Space, Beijing, China. Incl. David Burrows, Lali Chetwynd, David Medalla & Martin Westwood. Cur: Anthony Gross/Jen Wu (cat).
2006 On Platforming. Locust Projects, Miami, Florida, USA.
Incl. Nicholas Frank, Gaylen Gerber, Paul Druecke and General Store. Curator: Gean Moreno.

2006 Painters without paintings and paintings without painters. Orchard Gallery, New York, USA.
Incl. Simon Bedwell, Daniel Buren, Merlin Carpenter, Nicolas Guagnini, Jutta Koether, Michael Krebber, Lucy MacKenzie, Blake Rayne, Reena Spaulings, and Cheyney Thompson. Curator: Gareth James.

2005 Post no bills. White Columns, New York.
Collab. With fabienne audeoud. 40 artists incl. Lucy MacKenzie, Bob & Roberta Smith. Fiona Banner, Allen Ruppersberg, Rirkrit Tiravanija, John Waters, John Armleder, Walead Beshty. Curated by Matthew Higgs.

2004 AXXPRESSSUNIZM Vilma Gold Gallery, London (June); and Aliceday Gallery, Brussels.
Co-curator/exhibitor. In collab, with Mark Beasley. Incl. Matt Greene, Brock Enright, Damon Packard, Lorenzo De Los Angeles II, Scott Hugg, Amie Dicke and Jesse Bransford

2004 The Thinking. PS1/MOMA, New York, USA.
Collab. with Mark Beasley, Sam Walls & Damon Packard Part of the Romantic detachment exhibition. Incl. Jeremy Deller, Bedwyr Williams Adam Chodzko and Emily Wadill. Curated by Grizedale Arts.

2004 Videodreams: between the cinematic and the theatrical. Kunsthaus Graz, Austria. Screening of The withdrawal from conversation…. Collaboration with F. Audéoud and W. Lloyd. Incl Janet Cardiff, Stan Douglas, Rodney Graham, Aernout Mik and Tony Oursler (cat).
2003 Now what? dreaming a better world in six parts. Basis voor Actuele Kunst, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Screening of The withdrawal from conversation…. Collaboration with F. Audéoud and W. Lloyd. Incl Phil Collins, Janice McNab and Francesco Vezzoli. Curated by Annie Fletcher and Liutauras Psibiliskis (cat).

2003 Independence. The South London Gallery, London.
Incl. Art & Language, Monica Bonvicini, Marc Chaimowicz, Jake & Dinos Chapman and Gillian Wearing.

2003 Hurts so good. Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre, Lithuania.
Screening of The withdrawal from conversation…. Collaboration with F. Audéoud and W. Lloyd (cat).

2002 Strike. Curated by Gavin Wade. Wolverhampton Art Gallery (cat).
2002 John Moores 22 exhibition. The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
2002 Art crazy nation. Milton Keynes Gallery. Incl. Merlin Carpenter, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Colin Lowe & Roddy Thompson, Sarah Lucas, Sarah Staton, Gary Wragg. Curator Matthew Collings
2001 Woof Woof. In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud. Curated by Grant Watson and Beata Veszely. Austrian Institute, London. Touring to Project Space, Dublin (Jan 2002).
2001 Gymnasium. In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud. Curated by Peter Lewis and Wolfgang Fetz. Palais Thurn & Taxis, Bregenzer Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria (cat).
2001 Becks Futures 2. In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud. ICA, London. Touring to: Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool; Sotheby’s, New York; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle (cat).
2000 Cover versions. In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud. Performance of John Russell kills Fabienne Audéoud in the style of William Burroughs. The Trade Apartment, London. November

2006 Bring the War home. Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York & QED Gallery, Los Angeles.
Incl: John Armedler, Simon Bedwell, BANK, Joel Mesler, Walead Beshty, Backroom, Reena Spaulings, Sam Gordon, Michael Phelan, Scorched Earth, Fia Backstrom, Sara Greenberger, Rafferty, Matthew Brannon, Adam McEwen, Jutta Koether and Kim Gordon, Lizzie Bougatsos, Cur:Drew Heitzler
2006 Fax-Baks [BANK]. Dolores/de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam
2006 Fast and Loose. My Dead Gallery [BANK]. Fieldgate Gallery, London

Also incl. New Vision Centre, Signals, London Free School, Indica, Arts Lab, Gallery House, The Gallery, Fantasy Factory, Art Meeting Place, B2, NeTWork 21, The Women's Art Library/Make, workfortheeyetodo.
2003-4 Still life. Touring to: Museo de Belas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela; Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City; Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Bogota, Columbia; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama City, Panama; Museo de Arte Moderno, Guatamala; MAC Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; SESI, San Paolo, Brazil. Exhibiting BANK Dead Life paintings (1999). Incl. Anne Barribal, Martin Boyce, Patrick Caulfield, Nigel Cooke, AK Dolven, Roger Hiorns, Emma Kay, Christine Mackie, Mike Nelson, John Riddy, Jane Simpson, Simon Starling, Rebecca Warren, Gary Webb. Cur: Anne Gallagher/British Council
2003 Subscribe: recent art in print. Center for Curational Studies, Bard College, New York, USA.
Including BANK Fax-bak press releases. Incl. Franz Ackermann, Bank, Gareth James, Dave Muller, Danica Phelps, Ron Terada. Curator: Ingrid Chu.
2002 To whom it may concern. CCAC, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA.
BANK Fax-baks. Incl. A. Bulloch, F. Gonzalez-Torres, On Kawara, R. Prince, Gillian Wearing, cur. M. Higgs
2001 Century city. Tate Modern, London. Survey show of London in the 90s. Curator: Emma Dexter.
2000 Protest and survive. Whitechapel Gallery, London. Incl. Tariq Alvi, Thomas Hirschhorn Mel Ramos, David Hammons, Inventory and Giorgio Sadotti Cur. Matthew Higgs & Paul Noble.
1999 Press release (New York). Solo BANK exhibition. Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, New York, USA.
1999 Dead life. Solo BANK exhibition. Mayor Gallery, 22a Cork Street, London.
1999 Press release (London). Solo BANK exhibition. Gallerie Poo Poo, 34 Underwood Street, London.
1999 Get together. Kunsthalle, Wien, Austria.
1999 East. Norwich Gallery, Norwich School of Art & Design, Norwich.
1998 White3. 3 exhibitions: BANK and Bethan Huws/Art & Language/Lolly Batty. Gallerie Poo Poo, London.
1998 Stop short-changing us. Popular culture is for idiots. We believe in art. Solo BANK exhibition.
Gallerie Poo Poo, London.
1997 Sewage lust. Solo BANK exhibition. Tabloid Launch, ICA, The Mall, London.
1997 Winkle the pot bellied pig and his woodland chums. BANK, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Minimal Club, John Cussans & Ranu Mukhergee, Michelle Griffiths and Russell Haswell. Gallerie Poo Poo, London. Touring to Bricks & Kicks, Vienna.
1997 God. Liz Arnold and BANK. DOG, 34 Underwood Street, London.
1996/7 Life/live. Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France and Centro Cultural De Belem, Lisbon. Survey Show of British Art. BANK’s contribution: Cool Tears, BANK, Simon Martin and John Stezaker,
1996 Fuck Off. BANK, Lolly Batty, Gavin Turk, Rebecca Warren. DOG, London.
1995 Cocaine Orgasm. Tim Allen, Liz Arnold, BANK, Lolly Batty, Simon Bill, John Cussans & Ranu Mukhergee, Stephen Glynn, Gerard Hemsworth, Soren Martinsen, Muntean/Rosenblum, Chris Ofili, Janette Parris, John Stezaker, Michael Stubbs, Rebecca Warren, Max Wigram, Andrew Williamson. BANKSPACE, Curtain Road London.
1995 The Charge of the Light Brigade. BANK, Simon Bedwell, John Cussans & Colin Lane, Matthew Higgs, 0rphan Drift, Bob & Roberta Smith. BANKSPACE London.
1995 Zombie golf. BANK, Dave Beech, Adam Chodzko, Maria Cook, Martin Creed, Peter Doig, Matthew Higgs, Sivan Lewin, John Stezaker. BANKSPACE London.

2009 Jonathan Jones, ‘John Russell restores my faith in new art,’ Guardian, Jan 6.
2008 Maria Fusco, ‘Review: Frozen Tears III,’ Art Monthly, no. 313, Feb: 39.
2007 Jonathan Jones, ‘Art's bright ideas ignite debate,’ Guardian, November 30, 2007.
2007 Andy Hunt, ‘John Russell’, Art Monthly, no. 307, June: 31-32.
2007 Sally O’Reilly, ‘John Russell, Ocean pose’, Art Review, June: 151.
2007 Richard Dorment, ‘On seas of unreality’, The Telegraph, 8 May.
2007  ‘John Russell,’ Kultureflash 204, 16  May.
2007 JJ Charlesworth, ‘25 artists to look out for in 2007’, Art Review, March: 85.
2006 Gean Moreno, ‘The new zombie: tupac-n-biggie in clichy-sous-bois’, Art US, issue 12, Mar–April.
2006 Neil Mulholland, ‘The visible and the expressible’, Modern Painters, February.
2006 Robert Garnett, ‘John Russell Transmission, Glasgow’, Frieze, January–February.
2006 Roberta Smith, ‘Who needs a white cube these days?’ The New York Times, Jan 13 2006.
2005 JJ Charlesworth, ‘Geniess’, Flash Art, July–September.
2005 Maria Fusco, ‘Axxxpresssunizm’, Untitled magazine, Spring.
2004 Michael Bracewell,Molotov cocktails’, Frieze, November–December.
2003 Martin Vincent, ‘Now what? Dreaming a better world in six parts’, Art Monthly, Dec–Jan.
2003 Steve Rushton,‘Dead calm: a conversation with John Russell’, dot dot dot mag. Winter: 37-46.
2003 Sascha Bronwasser, ‘Denken aan de Zijlijn’, De Volkskrant,6 November.
2003 Andrew Hunt, ‘Anglo-ponce’, Frieze, issue 78, October.
2003 Sally O’Reilly, ‘Anglo-ponce’, Time Out,  July.
2003 Andrew Hunt, ‘Interview with John Russell: Prophetic extremism’, Untitled mag. Summer: 14-19.
2003 Alisdair Hopwood, ‘Frozen Tears’, Sleaze Nation, July.
2003 Hannah Shuckburgh, ‘The greatest show on earth’, Art Review, March.
2002 A. H. Neset & L. Dzuverovic-Russell, ‘The withdrawal from conversation […]’, Wire, November.
2002 ‘Rhubarb, rhubarb’, The Guardian, 15 October.
2002 Louisa Buck, ‘Topless drumming in South London’, The Art Newspaper, October.
2002 Mark Wilsher, ‘Sum of the parts’, Art Monthly, October.
2002 Carol King, ‘Life after YBA-mania’, Art In America, October.
2002 Dan Smith, ‘John Russell, The Trade Apartment’, Art Monthly, July–August.
2002 Mark Wilsher, ‘John Russell: the collagist’, What’s on in London, 19–26 June.
2002 Matthew Collings, ‘The experts guide to 2002: art’, Arena magazine, January.
2002 John Rogers, ‘The Collagist’, www[dot]johnrogers[dot]co[dot]uk/BRAINLOVE.
2001 Matthew Collings, Art crazy nation (London: 21 Publishing) 37, 95–9, 132–5.
2001 Robert Garnett, ‘BANK’, dot dot dot magazine, number 2, Winter.
2001 Momo Nonaka, ‘Imaginative power of London’, Sotokoto, October.
2001 Carol Vogel, ‘Inside art’, New York Times, 14 September.
2001 Francis Summers, ‘She Shouts, she screams, she dies,’ Sleaze Nation, August 2001.
2001 Chris Turner, ‘Century city’, Frieze, June–August.
2001 Dave Beech, ‘Century city’, Untitled, Spring.
2001 Rory Ford, ‘Art’s in the right place’, Evening News Edinburgh, 31 May.
2001 Helen Monaghan, ‘Becks futures 2’, The List, 24 May.
2001 Nicky Bidder, ‘New school rules: anti-anti art’, Dazed and Confused, April.
2001 Sarah Kent, ‘Futures prospects’, Time Out, 11–18 April.
2001 Waldemar Januszczak, ‘Best of British?’ Sunday Times Magazine, 8 April.
2001 Richard Dorment, ‘Beauty in surprising places’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 April.
2001 Paula Adamick, ‘Laughing at us – all the way on the Bank’, The Scotsman, 3 April.
2001 Adrian Searle, ‘Been there done that’, The Guardian, 3 April.
2001 ‘Killed off’, Londoner’s diary: Evening Standard, 30 March.
2001 Fiachra Gibbons, ‘Hot shot – murder in the name of art’, The Guardian, 28 March.
2001 Mark Irving, ‘Tipped for the top’, Independent on Sunday, 25 March.
2001 Charles Harrison, Conceptual Art and painting (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press): 70.
2001 Matthew Collings, ‘Good night ladies’, Becks’ futures 2, catalogue, March.
2000 Jonathon Jones, ‘Protest and survive’, The Guardian, 19 September.
2000 Mark Currah, ‘Fabienne Audéoud & John Russell’, Time Out, 13–20 September.
2000 Art & Language, ‘BLAHY’, Everything magazine, 3.3.
2000 John Rogers, ‘The Fuck Off Thing’ An appraisal of BANK book
1999 Julian Stallabrass, High art lite (London: Verso) 69–74, 168, 182, 260.
1999 Matthew Collings, This is modern art (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson). PAGES
1999 Carol Kino, ‘Bank, Press Release’, Time Out New York, October.
1999 ‘R.P BANK’, New Yorker, 14–21 October.
1999 Babara Pollock, ‘Get me a rewrite!’ Art News, September.
1999 Dave Beech, ‘East International’, Art Monthly, September.
1999 Duncan McLaren, ‘No such thing as a free lunch’, Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 24.
1999 John Timberlake, ‘Interview: BANK’, everything magazine, issue 3.1.
1999 Iwona Blaswick, ‘Books’, Art Monthly, June.
1999 Tony Godfrey, ‘Bethan Huws’, Art Monthly, June.
1999 Mark Currah, ‘Asylum’, Time Out, 9–16 June.
1999 Mark Currah, ‘Dead life’, Time Out, April.
1999 ‘Artists laughing at other artists’, The Guardian, 13 March.
1999 Julie Caniglia, ‘Group show’, Sidewalk, New York, 12 March.
1999 Mark Harris, ‘BANK at Gallerie Poo-Poo’, Art in America, February.
1999 ‘0.0002 out of 10’, Artnotes: Art Monthly, February.
1999 ‘Raging Schnabel’, Arts diary: The Guardian, 16 January.
1999 Louisa Buck, ‘Bye-bye to Poo-Poo’, London diary: Art Newspaper, 13 January.
1998 David Burrows, ‘Art & Language/BANK’, Art Monthly, December/Jan 99.
1998 Sarah Kent, ‘Bethan Huws’, Time Out, 9–16 December.
1998 Matthew Collings, ‘Dropping acid’, The Observer, 8 November.
1998 Mark Harris, ‘BANK’s Death’, New Observations, 117, Winter.
1998 Matthew Collings,‘Diary’, Modern Painters, Autumn.
1998 Gilda Williams, ‘Stop short changing us’, Art Monthly, September.
1998 Adrian Searle, ‘Nice, but can you keep your trousers on next time?’ The Guardian, 4 August.
1998 Jonathan Jones, ‘BANK’, Untitled magazine, Summer.
1998 John Windsor, ‘Con artists’, Saturday Magazine: The Independent, 6 June.
1998 David Burrows,‘Career opportunities’, Variant, volume 2, Spring.
1998 Robert Garnett, ‘Britpopism & the populist gesture’, In Occupational Hazards, Black Dog Press.
1998 Mark Currah, ‘Wayne Winner’, Time Out, 22–29 April.
1998 Sarah Kent, ‘BANK’, Time Out, 5–12 April.
1998 Josie Saunders, ‘Crucifixion shock at city theatre’, Glasgow Evening Times, 11 April.
1998 Roger Tatley,‘The Bank’, Dazed & Confused magazine, March.
1997 Jan Verwoert, ‘Winkle the pot-bellied pig…’, Springer, October–November.
1997 Steve Rushton, ‘Telling Tales’ Mute magazine, issue 8.
1997 ‘Satellite City’, The Belfast Sunday Times, 28 September.
1997 Wienprogramm, ‘Winkle the pot-bellied pig’, Falter, Number 33.
1997 Dalia Manor, ‘BANK/GOD’, Studio Israeli Art Magazine, June.
1997 Adrian Searle, ‘Why oh why oh Y-fronts?’ The Guardian, 3 June.
1997 Richard Dorment, ‘God’ [unpublished review], Telegraph, April.
1997 Paula Smithard, ‘How rude can you get?’ Make magazine, February–March.
1997 Annie Morton, ‘Generation next’, ID, February.
1997 Mark Harris, ‘Trading up or selling out’, Art Monthly, February.
1997 Martin Herbert, ‘DOG-U-mental (XIII)!!!’ Time Out, 15–22 January.
1997 Adrian Searle, ‘5 to watch’, The Guardian, 1 January.
1996 Eric Troncy, ‘Life/live’, Art Press, December.
1996 Simon Mills, ‘The British hip 100’, Elle, November.
1996 ‘Page 4 feature’, The Big Issue, November.
1996 Adrian Searle, ‘The good, the bad and the ugly’, The Guardian, 8 October.
1996 Anders Michelsen, ‘Compartments’, Ojeblikket, October.
1996 Martin Vincent, ‘Viper/BANK TV’, City Life Manchester, September.
1996 David Burrows, ‘Yerself is steam’, Art Monthly, September.
1996 Dave Beech, ‘Getting carried away’, Variant, Winter.
1996 John Roberts, ‘Mad for it! Philistinism, the everyday & the new British art’, Third Text, 35.
1996 BANK, ‘BANK with John Stezaker’, Mute, Summer.
1996 Dave Beech, ‘Chill out’, everything magazine, issue 20.
1996 Martin Coomer, ‘Fuck off’, Time Out, 22–29 May.
1996 Martin Maloney, ‘London’s gallery grappling’, Flash Art, January–February.
1996 Andrew Williamson, ‘Bankism!’ HTV de Ijseberg, January–February.
1996 John Roberts, ‘Mad for it!’ everything magazine 18.
1995 Tania Guha, ‘Cocaine orgasm’, Time Out, 13–20 December.
1995 [Retrospective review, written 2002]. Gilda Williams, ‘Cocaine Orgasm,’ 100 Reviews Backwards (London, Alberta Press: 2002).
1995 Robert Garnett, ‘The charge of the light brigade’, Art Monthly, November.
1995 Tania Guha, ‘Bank’, Time Out, October 11–18.
1995 David Barrett, ‘Zombie golf’’, Frieze, September–October.
1995 Doris Krumpl, ‘Zombies im Wienerwald’, Der Standard, 30 June.
1995 Markus Wailund, ‘Welcome to the Wienerwald’, Falter, June.
1995 Diane Eddisford, ‘>’, Mute, Summer.
1995 [Retrospective review, written 2002]. John Roberts, ‘Zombie Golf,’ 100 Reviews Backwards (London, Alberta Press: 2002).
1995 Mark Currah, ‘Zombie golf’’, Time Out, 14–21 June.
1995June Listings’, What’s On Magazine, June 14.
1994 Liam Gillick, ‘Wish you were here’, Art Monthly, October.
1994 Sarah Kent, ‘Wish You were here’, Time Out, 21–28 September.
1993 Sarah Kent, ‘Natural history’, Time Out, 18–25 August.
1992 [Retrospective review, written 2002] Emma Dexter, ‘Space International,’ 100 Reviews Backwards (London, Alberta Press: 2002).
1992 Adrian Searle, ‘Space international’, Time Out, September 30–October 7.
1992 Sarah Kent, ‘Chlorine’, Time Out, 19–26 February.
1991 Rose Jennings, ‘Bank’, Time Out, 10–17 July.
1991 Peter John Cresswell, ‘Bank sinks into chaos’, Lewisham & Catford Mercury, July.

2007  Russell, John. Frozen Tears III (2007). Contributing editor/designer. Birmingham: Article Press, University of Central England. ISBN 1-873352-59-X.
2004  Russell, John. Frozen Tears II (2004). Contributing editor/designer. Birmingham: Article Press, University of Central England. ISBN 1-873352-68-9.
2003  Russell, John. Frozen Tears I (2003). Contributing editor/designer. Birmingham: Article Press, University of Central England. ISBN 1-873352-88-3.
1996-7 BANK [Bedwell, Simon, John Russell, Milly Thomson & A. Williamson]. BANK Tabloid. 34 issues.
1992-6  BANK [Bedwell, Simon, John Russell, Milly Thomson & Andrew Williamson]. BANK Catalogues. Including Fuck off (1996), Cocaine orgasm (1995), The charge of the light brigade (1995), Zombie
Golf (1995), Wish you were here (1994), Space international (1992)

2009 Russell, J. 'Why are conceptual artists juicing again? Because they moisturise its a glistening sparkle' Artist project, Frieze magazine, September 2009.
2009 Russell, J. ‘Untitled [Mummy]’ 2008 in Fools Gold Issue 1: Practice and Improvisation in performance Edited by Lucy Keaney, Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art,
2008 ‘Untitled [Butterfly]’ 2008 in Uncle Chop Chop Magazine 4 Ed. Beagles, J and G.Ramsay. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Col of Art: 2008
2008 Russell, J. 'The Return of the Living Dead III. Clement Greenberg is a conceptual artist. Flatness and Shapeism.' In Gest / Laboratory of Synthesis. Ed. by R. Garnett and A. Hunt. London: Bookworks, 2008: 81-99. Also distributed by dot dot dot magazine/Dexter Sinister as part of Whitney Biennale, 2007.
2008 Russell, J Mute Magazine (Cover Design). Vol 2, No. 8, May 2008
2007 [Russell, John]. Bailey, Stuart, Will Holder, Louis Luthi & John Morgan Semantic poetry translation (after Stefan Themerson) of ‘Tourettes Syndrome’ (after john Russell). Translation of ‘Tourette syndrome: instantaneously present’ (2002) by S Bailey, Wl Holder, L Luthi & J Morgan. In Dot Dot Dot Magazine 13.
2007 Russell, John. ‘Ocean Pose’ (2007). Catalogue Text. In Ocean Pose. London: Matts Gallery. ISBN 978-0-
2005 Audeoud, Fabienne & John Russell. Pourquoi les femmes aiment-elles l’enfer? Confort Moderne,
Poitiers, France.
2004 Russell, John. Frozen Tears’ (2002/3). In Frozen Tears I. Birmingham: Article Press, University of Central England: 535-642.
2004 Russell, John. Commissioned artist project in Sleaze Nation magazine. Pages 105–111. June 2004
2002 Russell, John. 4 Reviews: ‘Patrick Brill and Wayne Winner’; ‘John Cussans’; ‘Virginia Nimarkoh’;
‘Ramsay/Bird’ (2002). In 100 reviews (backwards),’ Edited by M. Arnatt, M. Collings, C. Grassi.
London: Alberta Press. (ISBN 3-88375-649-0).
2002 Russell, John. ‘The Collagist’ (2002). Press release text for ‘The Collagist,’ exhibition 2002. Reprinted in: Strike. Edited by Gavin Wade. London: Alberta Press, 2002: 44–45. ISBN 3-88375-637-7. And in ‘Tourette/for the Publick Good (2003). Edited by Will Stuart. Pages 13-15.
Russell, John. ‘Interview: John Russell & Janette Parris’ (2002) In The best of Janette Parris. Edited by
2002 Audeoud, Fabienne & John Russell. Catalogue text, You Can’t Raise up the Working Classes By Telling
Them They are Poor’. In Hurts so good, Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre, ISBN 90-72076-17-6
2002 Richard Hylton. London: Autograph Press,. ISBN 1 899282 750. Pages 56–61
2001 Russell, John. ‘Tourette syndrome: instantaneously present’ (2001). In Abstract Painting (cat)
International 3, Manchester. Pages 7–8
2000 BANK [Ed.s Simon Bedwell and Milly Thompson]. BANK. Black Dog Publishing. ISBN 1-901033-42-2.
1999 BANK [Bedwell, Smon, John Russell & Milly Thomson]. ‘If hope were a time machine ‘(1999). Catalogue
text. If hope was a time machine. Solo BANK exhibition. Magazin 4, Bregenz, Austria.

1998–99 Goldsmith’s College of Art. MA (History of art)
1986–88 Slade School of Art. Higher diploma (Fine art: painting)
1983–86 St Martin’s School of Art. BA (Fine art: painting). First class hons

2006 to date Reader in Fine Art and Director of Research (Fine Art). School of Arts and
Communication Design, Reading University.
2003–2006 Kingston University. Postgraduate Scholarship. PHD ‘Staging the event: performative
strategies in contemporary art’
2001–2006 Research Fellow (0.25 ) The London College of Communication, University of the Arts,
London. School of Arts & Communication Design.
1996–2006 Associate Lecturer. The London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London.
School of Arts & Communication Design.
2000–2001 Wheatly Bequest Painting Fellowship, University of Central England, Birmingham. Fine art
1998–2001 Senior lecturer (0.2). University of East London. MA Fine art.
1991–2006 Associate Lecturer: Chelsea School of Art, Camberwell College of Art, Central/St Martins
College of Art, the Royal College, Kingston University, Goldsmiths University, Middlesex University,
Leeds University, Oxford Brookes University, Winchester University, University of Central England and
Sunderland University

2009 AHRC
2009 Arts Council of England, Grants For The Arts. Individual Artist Grant.
2007 Arts Council of England, Grants For The Arts. Individual Artist Grant.
2007 British Council, Individual artist grant.
2004 Arts Council of England, Grants For The Arts. Individual Artist Grant.
2003 British Council, Artists Travelling Abroad Award.
2002 AHRB Small Grants in the Creative and Performing Arts.
2001 Becks Futures Prize, Becks Futures II, ICA London.
1999 British Council, Artists Travelling Abroad Award
1997 Paul Hamlyn Artists Award (runners-up)
1997 National Association of Artists, Events Grant.
1997 British Council Travel Award
1996 London Arts Board, Exhibitions & Events Award.
1996 Arts Council of England, Touring Shows Award,
1996 Northern Arts, London Arts Board.
1995 London Arts Board, Exhibitions & Events Award.
1995 Arts Council of England, Touring Shows Award.
1995 Baring Trust Award
1995 Elephant Trust Award
1994 London Arts Board, Exhibitions & Events Award.

British Council Collection
Various private

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