Solo Exhibitions and Projects

Palais de Justice, La Loge, Brussels
Palais de Justice, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Palais de Justice, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
The New Architecture, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas

Legal Fictions, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
Let the World Speak for Itself, Le Quartier Centre d'Art Contemporain, Quimper

Memento Park, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (and tour to Cornerhouse, Manchester and MiMA, Middlesborough in 2011)
Contracting Universe, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

Carey Young: Uncertain Contracts, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
Speech Acts, Contemporary Art Museum, St Louis
Counter Offer, The Power Plant, Toronto

Mutual Release, Thomas Dane, Project Space, London

If/Then, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
Speechcraft, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (performance) 
Consideration, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis

Image Transfer, Umea Art Academy, Umea, curated by Maria Lind

Consideration, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York (part of Performa05 Biennal)
The Representative, solo presentation, IBID Projects booth, Zoo Art Fair, London. 
Disclaimer, IBID Projects, London
Carey Young, Trafo Gallery, Budapest.

Disclaimer, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Participant Observer, participative workshop on art and economics, IASPIS, Stockholm
Carey YoungIndex, Stockholm
I Believe in You, digital commission by Film & Video Umbrella, launched at Tate Britain, London
Viral Marketing, (The Revolution is Us! & Getting Things Done When You're Not in Charge), Kunstverein München

Optimum Performance, A Short History of Performance - Part II, Whitechapel Gallery, London (curated by Andrea Tarsia and Iwona Blazwick)
Grey Area, Video commission, Bildjournalen (arts TV programme), Swedish Television
Carey Young, IBID Projects, Vilnius
Viral Marketing, (Debit and Credit), Kunstverein Munich

2001 - 2002
Business as Usual, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, Angel Row, Nottingham; Firstsite, Colchester (curated and organised by Film & Video Umbrella) (exh. cat.)

My Megastore, site-specific works at Virgin Megastore, London
Carey Young, Video Project Space, Wilkinson Gallery, London

Nothing Ventured, fig-1, London (exh. cat.)

Selected Group Exhibitions and Projects

Get Together and Get Things Done, Manchester Art Gallery, to Sept 29th
Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is Missing, Science Gallery, London
In the Labyrinth, Large Glass, London


Entangle: Physics and the Artistic Imagination, Bildmuseet, Umea
The Radical Imaginary: the Social Contract, VOX, Montreal
FRONT International Triennial, Cleveland
Kanal, Centre Pompidou Brussels
Omnipresence, The Kitchen, New York
Journeys with The Waste Land, Turner Contemporary, Margate
Idiorrhythmia, CACBM, Paris

I am you, you are too, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Extra Bodies - The Use of the 'Other Body' in Contemporary Art, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
Collection on Display: Rules, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich
Feedback, Marlborough Gallery, New York
CODEX, D21 Kunstraum Leipzig, Leipzig
Venice Agendas: The Contract, DACS, London, curated by Gilane Tawadros
Playing Hide and Law, Tranzit/sk, Bratislava, curated by Avi Feldman

End User, The Ryder Projects, London
Liberties, Newlyn Art Gallery / The Exchange, Penzance
The Revolution will not be Grey, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
As Rights Go By, Q21, Museums Quartier, Vienna, curated by Sabine Winkler
No-one Belongs Here More than You, Despacio, Costa Rica, curated by Sandino Scheidegger
New Self-Portrait Paradox, Ludlow 38, Goethe Institut, New York

During the Exhibition the Museum will be Closed, Museum fur Neue Kunst, Freiburg
Grand Opening Reception, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, curated by Elisa R. Linn and Lennart Wolff
Et Mon Droit, Copperfield Gallery, London
Nouveau festival, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Not: The Art of Resistance, Holden Gallery, Manchester

Listening, BALTIC, Newcastle and tour (in 2015), organised by Hayward Gallery touring, curated by Sam Belinfante
Per/Form - How to do Things With(out) Words, CA2M, Madrid, curated by Chantal Pontbriand
A Guest Without a Host is a Ghost, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, curated by Kadist Foundation and Beirut
Buildering: Misbehaving the City, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
And I laid traps for troubadours, Clark House Initiative, Bombay, co-curated by Kadist Foundation, Paris
Prospectif Cinema, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (screening)

Spaces of Exception, Moscow Biennale, Moscow, curated by Elena Sorokina and Jelle Bouwhuis
Par Les Temps Qui Courent, Le Grand Cafe, Centre d'Art Contemporain de St. Nazaire
At the Outset, CIRCUS, Berlin, curated by Katarina Zdjelar
Constellations, Tate Liverpool
The 2nd Ned James Festival of Womens' Work, Worcester City Gallery, Worcester
Keywords, iniva, London (tours to Tate Liverpool in 2014)
An Exhibition, Holden Gallery, Manchester, with Stefan Bruggeman and Lawrence Weiner

Stage Presence: Theatricality in Art and Media, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Demonstrations:  Mircea Cantor, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Carey Young, Phyllis Wattis Theater, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Collection’12, Institut d’Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes, France  
Mind the System, Find the Gap, Z33, Limburg, Belgium
Always Working, Access Gallery, Vancouver
Port, Galeria Nuno Centeno, Porto, curated by Lindsay Jarvis
The Nature of Disappearance, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, curated by Dieter Bucchart
Wide Open School, Hayward Gallery, London
You are Now Entering _____, Centre for Contemporary Art Derry-Londonderry, Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland, curated by Miguel Amado
K, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, curated by Juan Gaitán
Living as Form (the Nomadic Version), Kadist Foundation, San Francisco
Sophie Calle, Christian Marclay, Paul Pfeiffer, Walid Raad, Michael Sailstorfer,
Carey Young, 
Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
A Plea for Tenderness, Seventeen, London, curated by David Raymond Conroy

Specters of the Nineties, Marres, Maastricht, curated by Lisette Smits and Matthieu Laurette
In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art, De Vleeshal, Middelsburg (and tour)(exh. cat)
Again and Again Once More, Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz
Yes, We Don't,  Institut d'Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne
Space. About a Dream, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
Void if Removed, Le Plateau / Frac Ile-de-France, curated by Guillaume Désanges
Work After Work, curated by Eric Stone and Joshua Decter, MAK Center, Los Angeles
This Morning I Attentively Observed The Destruction Of The World, Then I Went Back To Work, Le Quartier, Quimper
Museum as Hub: The Accords, New Museum, New York, curated by Sarah Rifky
We are Grammar, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, curated by Dave Beech and Paul O'Neill

During Office Hours, FEINKOST, Berlin
Taipei Biennial 2010, Taipei, curated by Hongjohn Lim and Tirdad Zolghadr
Yesterday Will be Better- Taking Memory into the Future, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau
The Philosophy of Money / A Filosofia do Dinheiro, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, curated by Miguel Amado
Die Perfekt Austellung, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg
Permanent Mimesis: An Exhibition on Realism and Simulation, GAM - Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Turin, curated by Alessandro Rabottini
Ständige Rezeption (Permanent Reception), Galerie Nachst St. Stephan/Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna, Austria, curated by Clemens von Wedemeyer
The Talent Show, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis & tour to MoMA/PS1
Atopia: Art and the City in the 21st Century, Centra de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona
Corporate Everything, Fri Art, Fribourg
Fall Out, GI. Holtegaard, Copenhagen and Malmo Konsthall, Malmo

Die Welt als Bühne (World as Stage), Neue Berliner Kunstverein, curated by Solvej Ovesen
Hypnotic Show, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris & tour, curated by Raimundas Malasauskas
FeedForward: The Angel of History, Laboral Art Center, Gijon, Spain, curated by Steve Dietz and Christiane Paul
Impossible Exchange, Frieze Projects, Frieze Art Fair, London, curated by Miguel Amado and Filipa Oliviera
Void of Memory, Platform 2009, Kimusa, Seoul, Korea
Pattern Recognition, City Gallery, Leicester, England
Deceitful Moon, Hayward Gallery Project Space, London, curated by Tom Morton
Commentary, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
How to do Things with Words, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York
The Space of the Work and the Place of the Object, Sculpture Center, New York

Soft Manipulation, Casino Luxembourg, curated by Zoltan Eric, Maria Lind and Enrico Lunghi (& tour) 
Objects of Value, Miami Art Museum, Miami
Oppositions and Dialogues, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork (& tour to Kunstverein Hannover) 
Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding, Parsons The New School for Design, New York
Electioneering, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Fort Worth
Better Being a Virus than Catching a Cold, Mains d'Oeuvre, Paris
Business as Usual, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Islands and Ghettoes, Heidelberg Kunstverein & tour (exh. cat) 
Terms of Use, Montehermoso Cultural Centre, Vitoria, curated by Lisa Rosendahl
Les Ateliers de Rennes Biennial of Contemporary Art, Rennes
Hey Hey Glossolalia: Exhibiting the Voice, Performance series curated by Creative Time, New York (exh. cat) 

The Dotted LineRotunda Gallery, Brooklyn (curated by Colby Chamberlain)
For Sale, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lisbon (curated by Jens Hoffman)
No, Future, Bloomberg Space, London
From 60 to 7: The Politics of the 'Private', Henie Onstad Art Centre, Oslo (curated by
Frank Lubbers) 
Failure, Landesgalerie, Linz
Moscow Biennale, Moscow (curated by Nicolas Bourriaud) 
Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (curated by Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin) 

E-Flux Video Rental, PiST, Istanbul and tour
How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, London
SCAPE 2006 Biennial of Art in Public Space, Christchurch, New Zealand
Mostly Harmless, Govett Brewster Art Gallery, Plymouth, New Zealand
Happy Believers, Werkleitz Biennale, Halle
British Art Show 6, Bristol
Jump into Cold Water, Shedhalle, Zurich
Arbeit / Labor/ Work, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
British Art Show 6, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham
British Art Show 6,Cornerhouse, Manchester
Body: New Art from the UK, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottowa

Tirana Biennale 3, Tirana (curated by Zdenka Badovinac)
British Art Show 6, Baltic, Newcastle (& UK tour)
Invisible Hands and the Common Good, Champion Fine Art, Los Angeles
Body: New Art from the UK, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
Arbeit / Labor/ Work, Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck
Sharjah Biennal 7 , Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Making Things Public, ZKM, Karlsruhe (curated by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel)
Critical Societies - Art, Critique and the Promises of Capitalism, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
MIR - Dreams of Space, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
Revolution is on Hold, Isola Dell'Arte, Milan (curated by Adrian Paci)  
What Business Are You In?, Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta  
Trade Show, Mass MOCA, Massachusetts

Life of a Commercial Gallery - IBID Projects, Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee, Dundee
I am not a feminist. I am normal. Austrian Cultural Forum, London
Trailer, Man in the Holocene, London, New Media Centre, ICA, London (my project is online here)
Black Friday, Galerie Kamm, Berlin (curated by Christophe Keller)
Cycle Tracks will Abound in Utopia, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
STRIKE, Basekamp, ICA, Philadelphia (curated by Gavin Wade)
Liste, Art Basel (with IBID Projects)
Art Positions, Art Basel Miami Beach (with IBID Projects)
Tales of the City, Arte Fiera, Bologna (curated by the British Council) (exh. cat.)

Dust to Dusk, Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen (curated by Pontus Kyander) (exh. cat.)
World Question Centre (Reloaded), Basis voor Actuele Kunst, Utrecht (curated by Jens Hoffman)
Gesellschaftsbilder/ Images of Society, Kunstmuseum Thun (exh. cat.)
24/7, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius
Utopia Station Poster Project, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Kunst + Projekte, Sindelfingen; DasTAT Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt; Mostra d'Oltre Mare, Naples (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Molly Nesbitt & Rirkrit Tiravanija) (exh. cat.) Archived online (see poster 152)
Minimise Culture, Floating IP, Manchester
Definitely Provisional, Whitechapel Project Space, London
Pass it On, video screening, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York (curated by Raimundas Malauksas)
Moskva ter / Moscow Square, Museum Ludwig, Budapest (exh. cat.)
Beck's Futures, ICA (London); CCA (Glasgow); Southampton City Art Gallery (exh. cat.)
Be Creative! Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich and Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig (curated by Marion von Osten & Peter Spillman) (exh. cat.)
Electric Earth, British Council touring exhibition (exh. cat.)

The Passions of the Good Citizen, apex art, New York (curated by Heather Felty)
STRIKE, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton (curated by Gavin Wade)
Artchitecture, Kenny Schachter Contemporary, New York, selected by Gavin Wade
Panorama, Room Interior Products, New York (curated by Carmen Zita)
Exchange and Transform (Arbeitstitel), Kunstverein Munich

Ausgetraumt (Without Dreams), Secession, Vienna (curated by Kathrin Rhomberg) (exh. cat.)
The Communications Department, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London (curated by Alex Farquharson)
Tweener, Norwich Gallery, Norwich
Nothing, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland; Rooseum, Malmo; CAC, Vilnius; Mead Gallery, Warwick (curated by Ele Carpenter and Graham Gussin) (exh. cat.)
Look Out: Artists’ Reactions to Contemporary Social and Political Events, Pitshanger Manor, London (curated by Peter Kennard)

Media Art 2000, Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, Seoul Biennale, Seoul (curated by Jeremy Millar & Barbara London) (exh. cat.)
Continuum001, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow (curated by Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt)
Russia is Still Dangerous, Kunstverein, Munich; VTage, Toronto; Montevideo, Amsterdam (touring video programme curated by Szuper Gallery), Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth; Watershed, Bristol & tour (curated by Film & Video Umbrella)

EXIT, Art & Cinema at the End of the Century, Chisenhale Gallery, London
CRASH!, Institute of Contemporary Art, London (exh. cat.)
MayDay, The Photographers' Gallery, London (curated by Jeremy Millar)

Atomic, With James Acord & Mark Waller, ArtLab, Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London; Yard Gallery, Nottingham; Trdnjava Kluze, Slovenia (curated and organised by the Arts Catalyst) (exh. cat.)
Outsiders, Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York
Shine, National Museum of Photography, Fim & Television, Bradford

Zones of Disturbance / Zonen der Ver-Storung, Marieninstitut, Graz, as part of Steirisher Herbst (curated by Silvia Eiblmayr) (exh. cat.)
Only Wankers Weep, Project Space, The Tannery, London (curated by John Timberlake)
Wired/Elements, with Stephen Livingstone, Zone Gallery, Newcastle
Artifice, The Architecture Foundation, London (curated by Duncan McCorquodale)

The Near and Far, British Pavillion, Milan Architecture Triennale

Stream, with Sophy Rickett & Rut Blees Luxemburg, plummet, London


Tate Gallery
Arts Council England
Dallas Museum of Art
Centre Pompidou
Sharjah Art Foundation Collection
Kadist Art Foundation
Institut d'Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne
Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
Artphilein Foundation
Simmons & Simmons
Cranford Collection
& private collections. 


Subject to Contract, published by JRP Ringier and Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, 2013. Essays by Martha Buskirk, Raphael Gygax and Tirdad Zolghadr.
Carey Young, Incorporated, published by John Hansard Gallery and Film & Video Umbrella, London, 2002. Essays by Alex Farquharson, Liam Gillick and Carey Young, John Kelsey, and Jeremy Millar

Books and Catalogues

Kee, Joan, Models of Integrity: Art and Law in Post-Sixties America, University of California Press, 2019
Koek, Ariane, Entangle: Physics and the Artistic Imagination, Bildmuseet, Umea, 2019
Petry, Michael, The Word is Art, Thames and Hudson, London, 2018
Universe: Exploring the Astronomical World, Phaidon, London, 2017
Le Feuvre, Lisa, ed, A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 2016
Fortenberry, Diane and Morrill, Rebecca, eds., Body of Art, Phaidon Press, 2015
Sporton, Derek, Digital Creativity: Something from Nothing, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
Pontbriand, Chantal, Per/Form. Exhibition catalogue. Publisher: Sternberg Press and CA2M, Madrid, 2014
Ledoux, P. and Beloüin, P., eds., Opticalsound n°02 : Art et musique, les Presses du reel, Paris, 2014
Morrison-Bell, Cynthia. Walk On: from Richard Long to Janet Cardiff. 40 years of Art Walking.  Exhibition catalogue. Publisher: Art Editions North, 2013
Slyce, John and Adler, Phoebe, Contemporary Art in the United Kingdom, Black Dog Publishing, 2012
Work After Work, exhibition catalogue, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, 2011, pages unnumbered; illus. 
Space. About a Dream, exhibition catalogue, Kunsthalle Wien, Verlag fur Moderne Kunst, 2011, pp. 262-265; illus
Yesterday Will be Better, Aargauer Kunsthaus Aarau, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 194- 197; illus.
Baker, Simon, in Documents. Una rivista eterodossa, Franchi F.; Galletti M. (eds), editions Bruno Mondadori, 2010
Ovesen, Solveig, Die Welt als Bühne / The World as Stage, n.b.k. Berlin / Walter Konig, 2010
Ständige Rezeption (Permanent Reception), Art & Film, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 150-151; illus.
Permanent Mimesis, Electa Mondadori/ Galleria Civica d?Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Turin, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 54-55, 57.
Ramoneda, Josep. ATOPIA Art I ciutat al segle XXI, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 38-41; illus and cover. 
Damsbo, Mads and Merete Jankowski. FALL OUT, Gl Holtegaard, Denmark, and Malmo Kunsthal, Sweden, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 85-93; illus.
Wagner, Marianne, 'Doing lectures. Performative lectures as a framework for artistic action' in Lecture Performance, Koelnischer Kunstverein / Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, 2009 Paul, Christiane, 'Measuring Disturbances: How Media Look at the World?' in Feedforward: The Angel of History, LABoral, Gijon, 2009
Eric, Zoltan, Lind, Maria & Lunghi, Enrico, Soft Manipulation: Who's Afraid of the New Now, exhibition catalogue, Casino Luxembourg, 2009
Beech, Dave. Turning the Whole Thing Around: Text Art Today in Art and Text, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK, 2009 pp. 7, 32, 33, 40, 213, 242, 243; illus.
Malasauskas, Raimundas, and Young, Carey, 'Revolution is a Lovely Word' in Utopia, ed. Noble, Richard, Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press, 2009
Holten, Johan, Islands + Ghettoes, exhibition catalogue, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, 2008
Hodby, Alex, Kimbell, Lucy and Wakeford, Nina, Imagining Business, Said Business School, Oxford University and platform projects, Newcastle, 2008
Condorelli, Celine, and Wade, Gavin, Support Structures, Lukas and Sternberg, New York, 2009
'Index (after JG Ballard), in Has Man a Function in Universe? curated publication by Gavin Wade, Bookworks, 2008
Nochlin, Linda, in Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum , New York, 2007
Bourriaud, Nicolas, in Moscow Biennale 2 catalogue, Moscow, 2007
Hoffman, Jens in Institutional Critique and After, Welchman, John C., JRP/Ringier, 2006
Newman, Michael, in How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, London, 2006
Townsend, Chris, New Art from London, Thames and Hudson, London, 2006
Gressel, Inka and Stepken, Angelika, Critical Societies Reader, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, 2006
Hoffman, Jens, World Question Center (Reloaded), BAK Basis for Actuele Kunst, Utrecht, 2006
Kivland, Sharon, (ed.), Transmission: Speaking and Listening, Vol. 5, Site Gallery, Sheffield, 2006
Farquharson, Alex, Schlieker, Andrea, and Mahony, Emma in British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery Publishing, London, 2005
Latour, Bruno and Weibel, Peter, Making Things Public, ZKM and the MIT Press, Karlsruhe & Cambridge, 2005
Eiblmayr, Silvia, Arbeit/Labor, Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, 2005
Ledwith, Colin, and Grenville, Bruce, Body: New Art from the UK, Vancouver Art Gallery & the British Council, Vancouver, 2005
Hoffmann, Jens and Jonas, Joan, Art Works: Perform, Thames and Hudson, London, 2005
Battista, Kathy and Wenman, Neil, in Nothingness, Galerie Euegn Lendl, Graz
Sharjah Biennal 7 catalogue, 2005
Malasauskas, Raimundas, and Young, Carey, 'Revolution is a Lovely Word' in 'I am a Revolutionary', Trafo Gallery programme, 2005
Reckitt, Helena (ed), What Business Are You In?, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 2005
Buskirk, Martha and Uchill, Rebecca, Trade Show, Mass MOCA, Massachusetts, 2005
Hegyi, Dora, Moscow Square, Museum Ludwig, Budapest, 2004
Kimbell, Lucy (ed), New Media Art: Practice and Content in the UK 1994-2004, Arts Council of England / Cornerhouse publications, 2004, ISBN 0 948797 88 6
Gallagher, Ann and Mitrovic, Sinisa in Tales of the City (exhibition catalogue), British Council / Arte Fiera, Bologna, 2004 (catalogue essay on my work is online here)
Kyander, Pontus, in Dust to Dusk (exhibition catalogue), Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 2003
Schuppli, Madeleine and Lunn, Felicity, in catalogue for Gesellschaftsbilder/ Images of Society, Kunstmuseum Thun, 2003
Young, Carey, 'Notes from the Inside' in Beck's Futures catalogue, ICA, London, 2003
Venice Biennale catalogue, 2003
Beasley, Mark, in Electric Earth, British Council, London, 2003
Drabble, Barny and Sachs, Hinrich, in Hüttner, Per, Curatorial Mutiny, Stockholm, 2003, ISBN 91-631-3247-8
Gillick, Liam and Young, Carey in Mir, Aleksandra, Corporate Mentalities, Lukas & Sternberg / Nifca, New York, 2003
Mulholland, Neil, The Cultural Devolution: Art in Britain in the Late Twentieth Century, Ashgate Publishing
Cook, S., Graham, B. & Martin, S., Curating New Media, Baltic, Newcastle, 2002
Lind, Maria, All Inside, Kunstverein Munchen newsletter, no. 1, 2002
Felty, Heather, The Passions of the Good Citizen, apex art brochure, New York 2002
FAIR, (exhibition catalogue), Royal College of Art, London, 2002
Rhomberg, Kathrin, Ausgetraumt, Secession, Vienna, 2002
Gillick, Liam and Wade, Gavin, STRIKE, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, 2002
Slyce, John, 'Nothing Ventured', in fig-1 retrospective catalogue, Tate / Spafax publishing, 2001
Gussin, Graham, and Carpenter, Ele, Nothing, August Media and NGCA, London, 2001
Millar, Jeremy, 'Escape' in Media_City 2000, (exhibition catalogue), Media City Seoul, 2000
Dexter, Emma, CRASH! (exhibition catalogue), Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 1999
Flint, James, 'The Bright Tunnels of Alchemy, The Dark Lights of Science', in Atomic, (exhibition catalogue), 1998. The Arts Catalyst, London, ISBN 0 95345 46 06
Walton, Roger (ed.), Cool Sites, Hearst Books International, London/New York, ISBN 0 68816 33 2, 1998
Eiblmayr, Silvia (Ed.) Zones of Disturbance / Zonen der Ver-Storung, Graz, ISBN 3 90176 20 2, 1998
Carey Young, Artifice magazine & CD-Rom, no.2, p. 102 -105, 1995

Press Coverage

Brown, Matt, ‘Dark Matter: 95% Of The Universe Is Missing At Science Gallery London’, Londonist, June 5
Charlesworth, JJ, ‘Carey Young: Palais de Justice’, ArtReview, May
Dillon, Brian, ‘At the Towner’ London Review of Books, April (reprinted in Flemish in De Witte Raaf, Belgium, May-June 2019)
Carey-Kent, Paul, ‘Carey Young: Palais de Justice’, Photomonitor
'Lawwoman: Maria Walsh Interviews Carey Young’, Art Monthly, March
LaBarge, Emily: ‘Critic’s Pick: ‘In the Labyrinth’ at Large Glass’,

Russeth, Andrew, Editor's letter, ArtNews, Sept 5
Buchman, S., Cmelka, K., Ovesen, S., Van Eikels, K., 'Working with Performance', Texte zur Kunst, June
'Carey Young: The Peeping Tom', (interview), Musee Magazine, April
Kirkwood, Jeffrey, 'Carey Young', Osmos, Winter

Fateman, Johanna, 'Carey Young, Paula Cooper Gallery', Artforum, Nov
Kastner, Jeffrey, Garage magazine (Vice magazine), Oct
Goldstein, Jared and Cabell, Mimi, 'Double Take', Manual, the magazine of RISD Art Museum
Contemporary Art Daily
Blouin Artinfo
Farago, Jason, 'Palais de Justice', New York Times, 20 Sept
Gauss, Daniel, 'Could Gender Have Changed the World?', Wall Street International Magazine, Sept
Tenaglia, Francesco, and Young, Carey, Palais de Justice: Interview with Carey Young, Mousse, 19 Sept
'Collection on Display: Rules' at Migros Museum Für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich', Blouin Artinfo
D. Gruska, ‘Playing Hide and Law’, Flash Art, March - May
Bourbon, Matthew, 'Carey Young at Dallas Museum of Art',
Shore, Robert, and Young, Carey, 'Friendly, Honest, Straightforward: Meditations on Power.' Elephant Magazine, Feb
Sachson, Gail, 'Carey Young Beckons the Male Gaze at Dallas Museum of Art', Art and Seek, Feb

Medd, Emily, 'London Round-up: Showroom, Delfina Foundation, The Ryder', Art Monthly, November
Potts, Daniel, 'A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham', Aesthetica, June/July
Zakiewicz, Neil, 'A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham', Art Monthly, May

Healey, Luke, 'Listening', Frieze, issue 171, May

Cheval, Florence, 'Declared Void', L'Art Meme, issue 61

Dirie, Clement, 'A Quimper, Le Monde Tel Qu'il (ne) Tourne(Pas) selon Carey Young, Le Quotidien de l'Art, 23 Juillet
Young, Carey, 'On Purpose and Urgency', Mousse, issue 41, 2013
ADC Journal, Nov
Kunst Bulletin, Nov
Hofmann, Annette, Artline, Oct
Kunst Art, Sept-Oct
Kohli, Alice, 'Das Gesetz ist Faszinieriend', Freitag 2 Oct
Schneebauer, Claudia, 'Carey Young untersucht die spröde Sprache der Juristen', Sarganserlander, 9 Oct
Zeitkunst, Oct
Soll, Nadine, 'Carey Young at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich', NYarts
'Jede haftung wird abgelehnt', NZZ, Sept
Froschaux, Thierry, 'zum Denken verführt', Tages Anzeiger, 31 Aug
Art Investor, Aug
Jurt, Pascal, 'Lücken des Rechts', Missy Magazine, Aug-Nov
'Einfluss von Konzernen auf des Individuum',, Aug
'Kunst aus der Sprache', Tages Anzeiger, 31 Aug
'Carey Young laisse le monde parler', Ouest France, May
Herbert, Martin, 'Now See This', Art Review, May
Bernard, Paul, 'Marcel Broodthaers. Dying Speech: Notes on Speakers' Corner'. Volume, May - Nov
Architectural Digest, April

Alberro, Alex, 'Life Models', Frieze, Summer 2012, pp.154 - 159
Thatcher, Jennifer, 'A Plea for Tenderness', Art Review, April 2012, pp. 106- 10
McLean-Ferris, Laura, 'A Plea for Tenderness', Art Monthly, March 2012, pp. 30-31
Pilger, Zoe, 'A Plea for Tenderness', The Independent, Feb 23 2012

Magid, Jill and Young, Carey. 'The Color of Law', Mousse magazine, issue 29, June 2011, pp. 9 6-105; illus. 
Hapgood, Susan and Lauf, Cornelia. “In Deed – Certificates of Authenticity in Art”, Cabinet,Spring 2011
Azimi, Negar, ‘Good Intentions’, Frieze, March 2011
Townsend, Christopher. 'Carey Young: Memento Park',  Art Monthly, Feb 2011
Williams, Tom, 'Carey Young at Paula Cooper', Art in America, Jan 2011
Preview, Bidoun, Issue 24

Bryan- Wilson, Julia. 'Inside Job: Julia Bryan-Wilson on the art of Carey Young,' Artforum, October 2010, pp. 240-247; illus.
McLean, Daniel. 'The Artist's Contract', Mousse magazine, issue 25, Sept 2010
'Paradoxical Skin,' GAM Magazine, September, 2010, pp.22- 23. 
McQuaid, Cate. 'Making their points simply and effectively' The Boston Globe, January 28, 2010, illus.
Fried, Laura. 'Carey Young', FlashArt Vol. XLIII No. 270, January February 2010, pg. 84; illus. 
Burchart, Dieter, and Nestler, Gerald, 'Interview with Carey Young', Kunstforum International, Art and Economy Issue, Vol 200, 2010

Sholis, Brian, 'Critics Picks',, Dec 16
Jones, Laura K., 'Frieze Fair Roundup',, Oct 16
'Body Techniques', Stradda, Oct
'Carey Young: Inventory', Parabol, The Value Issue, Summer issue
Amado, Miguel, 'Carey Young', Artforum, Summer issue
Katz, Miriam and Young, Carey, 'Carey Young: 500 words',, May 5
'Carey Young: Body Techniques', Next Level magazine, issue 17
Beech, Dave, 'Rediscovering Radicalism', Art Monthly, March
Connolly, Maeve, 'Getting Even', Art Monthly, March
Dunne, Aidan, 'Attacking the subject of 20th Century conflict', The Irish Times, Feb 11

Austin, Tom, 'Dollar Signs, Moral Symbols', The Miami Herald, Dec 17
Brunner, Bettina, 'Carey Young', Frieze, Dec 18, web edition (online here)
Okiishi, Ken, 'If/Then: Carey Young', Bidoun, Spring/Summer
Bell, Natalie, 'Carey Young', Art Papers, March/April
Kerr, Merrily, 'Carey Young: If/Then at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York', Art on Paper,March/April
Banai, Nuit, 'Carey Young', Modern Painters, March 

Baker, R.C., 'Best in Show', Village Voice, Dec 11
'Carey Young', Flavorpill, New York, Dec
Albersworth, Kate, 'Body Techniques', Bidoun magazine, Fall issue

Williams, Eliza, 'Studio Visits', Flash Art International, Oct
Hunt, Andrew, 'Work (W3:K)', Frieze, Sept
Zolghadr, Tirdad, 'Academic Questions', Frieze, Sept
Izdaman, Sirhat
Blaker, Helena, 'Performa05', Art Monthly, Feb
Hunt, Andrew, 'British Art Show 6', Frieze, Jan-Feb

Comer, Stuart, 'London', Artforum, Dec
Cesare, T. Nikki, 'The Negation of Art', NY Arts Magazine, Nov/Dec
Dannatt, Adrian, The Art Newspaper, Dec
Goldberg, Roselee & Moulton, Aaron, 'Interview with Roselee Goldberg', Flashartonline, Nov
Interview with Carey Young, Soundcheck, WNYC radio
Vaughan, Hannah, 'One to Watch: Carey Young', Artkrush, issue 18, Nov
British Art Show 6, Marlow, Tim, Channel 5 (TV programme), October 9
Schwabsky, Barry, 'Carey Young', Artforum, Sept
Perra, Daniele, 'Revolution is on Hold', Tema Celeste, May/June
Erhardt, Miklos, 'Critical of Business, Not Always Positive about Art', Balkon, June
Flash Art, April/May
McMillan, Duncan, 'A not-so-starry start for the art that fell to Earth', The Scotsman, 10 May
Allen, Jennifer, Critics' Pick,, April
O'Reilly, Sally, Time Out, April

Lind, Maria, 'Notes on Sputniks', Site magazine, Oct
Millard, Rosie, New Statesman, 27 Sept
Lind, Maria, 'Soft and strict strands - new art in Europe', Ootal, Stockholm, issue 17/18
Nelson, Robert, 'Cycle Tracks will abound in Utopia', The Age, Australia, 1 Sept
Tema Celeste, Issue 104, August
Elle, August
Herald Sun, Melbourne, August 7
Lind, Maria,'Notes on Sputniks', Site, issue 9, 2004  
Aspden, Peter, 'The Revolver: a twilight of ambiguity', Financial Times, 22 July
Davies, Lucy, Metro, July 21
Recommended Exhibitions, The Guardian, 5 July
The Guide, The Guardian, 3 July
Murray, Lavinia, Flux Magazine, July - August
Ericsson, Lars O., 'Marknadens favoriter', Dagens Nyheter, May 15
Withers, Rachel, 'A Short History of Performance, Part II', Art Forum, April
Kunstverein Muenchen Drucksache, Spring
LaBelle, Brandon, review of 'Dust to Dusk', Contemporary, Issue 60
Dezeuze, Anna, 'Art, Lies and Performance', Art Monthly, February
Ruhle, Alex, 'Krieg mich, wenn du Kannst', Suddeutsche Zeitung, 17 January
Moliterni, Rocco, La Stampa, 22 January

Guner, Fisun, 'A Top Performance', Evening Standard, 18 November
Lack, Jessica, 'A Short History of Performance', The Guardian, 15 November
Lack, Jessica, 'Alive and kicking: How can a board meeting be subversive?', RA Magazine, Winter
Gerber, Elisabeth, 'Gesellscahftbilder', Kunst Bulletin, November
Spinelli, Claudia, 'Auf dem Prüfstand', Die Weltwoche, No.39
'Gesellscahftbilder', Basler Zeitung, 4 October
'Ewige Rettung', Neue Bürcher Zeitung, 11/12 October
Farquharson, Alex. 'Curator and Artist', Art Monthly, October
Plagens, Peter, 'The Celtic Alternative', Newsweek, June 23
Lydiate, Henry, 'Questions of Attribution', Art Monthly, June
Kyander, Pontus, feature interview for 'Bildjournalen', Swedish Television, May
Field, Marcus, 'Beck's Futures', Independent on Sunday, May
'Anger is an Energy', i-D magazine, May
Withers, Rachel, 'Beck's Futures 2003', Art Forum online edition, May
Kimmelman, Michael, 'Critic's Notebook', The New York Times, April 29
Hoge, Warren, 'Shocking Art in Edwardian Digs', The New York Times, April 16
Ward, Ossian, 'Straight to Video & Back Again', Dazed & Confused, April
'Beck's Futures', BBC4 TV documentary, April
Reynolds, Nigel, "Invisible art is the new must-see', The Telegraph, April 2
BBC London, 6.30pm News
Renton, Andrew, 'The Show that Isn't There', Evening Standard, April 1
'Becks Futures', Attitude, April
The Front Row show, BBC Radio 4, April 3rd
Freeman, Colin, 'Artist shows the secret of her success - nothing', Evening Standard, March 3
Editorial comment, 'But is it art?', Evening Standard, March 3

Socially engaging eccentrics lay claim to £24,000 arts prize, Independent, Dec 17
Newsnight Review, BBC1, Dec 13
Frontline, Radio 3, May 6
Smith, Roberta, 'The Passions of the Good Citizen', The New York Times, May 3
Zita, Carmen, 'In sight: 20 artists on the rise', Trace magazine, May
Suchin, Peter, 'Carey Young', Frieze, January
Kelsey, John, 'Carey Young: Business as Usual', artext, Spring
Parker, Graham, 'Nothing', Contemporary, January 

Tan, Eugene, 'Carey Young', Contemporary, December
Kimbell, Lucy, 'What Business are You in?', AN Magazine, December
Drabble, Barny, 'Trading Places', Flash Art, November
Wilson, Rob, 'The Communications Department', Untitled, Autumn/Winter
Beech, Dave, 'The Communications Department', Art Monthly, September
Bishop, Claire, 'Global Action East End Style', Evening Standard, 31 July
Herbert, Martin, 'The Communications Department', Time Out, 15 - 21 July
Tan, Eugene, 'Nothing', Art Review, June
Faucon, Benoit, Les Echos, June 15
Searle, Adrian, 'Empty Promise', The Guardian, April 24
Dodson, Sean, 'Art with a Message', The Guardian, April 19
Whitehouse, Christine, 'Young at Art', Time Magazine (European Web edition)
Newsome, Rachel, 'My Megastore', Dazed and Confused, April
ART News, March
Herbert, Martin, 'Look Out', Time Out, Feb 21
Gellatly, Andrew, Frieze, January 

Mehta, Nina, 'The Business of Art, Carey Young Profiled', Art Monthly, November
Cukier, Kenneth Neil, 'When the Value of Art Outweighs Life', Red Herring, December
Gillick, Liam, 'A 90% Politeness Trustability Factor', Make, Sept - Nov 2000
Napack, Jonathan, 'The Taipei and Seoul Biennals: Video Sensations', The Art Newspaper, October
Stallabrass, Julian, 'Art I Like', Modern Painters, Summer issue
London Evening Standard, May 22
Rugoff, Ralph, 'Project Space with a Whirlwind Schedule', Financial Times, May 20
Mehta, Nina, Art Monthly, April
Donald, Ann, The Herald, February 21
Mahoney, Elizabeth, The Scotsman, February 18
Seymour, Ben, 'Everything Must Go', Mute, issue 16 

Weale, Sally, 'System C.R.A.S.H.', The Guardian, 28 November
Dodson, Sean, 'Art Workers', The Guardian, 18 November
Newsome, Rachel, 'Who's Putting the Boot in to Posh and Becks?', The Observer, 17 November
Arnot, Chris, 'Sculpting with Nukes', The Guardian, 26 October
Charlesworth, JJ, 'MayDay', Art Monthly, June
Miller, Mara, 'What is the Subject in Landscape Photography?', Photography Quarterly, issue 74
Smith, Caroline, 'Carey Young', Creative Camera, February - March 

van Mourik Broekman, Pauline, 'The Two Hacks', Mute, issue 9
Jenkins, Milly, 'Technology with a Human Face', The Independent, March 17
Williams, Val, 'Shine - a light', British Journal of Photography, March 15

Smith, Caroline, 'Wired', Creative Camera, December 97 - January 98
Gilbert, Andrea, Arti, November
Jenkins, Milly, 'Cyberspace on Earth', The Independent, 12 August
Lovinck, Geert, interview, Radio 100, Amsterdam, 4 August
Napoli, Lisa, The New York Times
Flint, James, 'Visions of Cyberspace', Wired (UK edition), January

Williams, Val, Creative Camera, February - March issue
van Mourik Broekman, Pauline, 'Stream - Contemporary Flaneuses Take on the City - Sex, Surveillance & Science Fiction' 
Mute, issue 4
Guha, Tania, Time Out, Xmas - New Year issue

Texts by the Artist

’Open Justice’, in Law and Humanities Symposium: Carey Young’s ‘Palais de Justice’, Law and Humanities, Oct 2018
'2017: The Year Acccording to Carey Young', Walker Reader, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Dec 2017
'Justice Must be Seen to be Done', The Brooklyn Rail,  February 2016
'Law as Art', Mousse Magazine, Issue 41, December 2013
'On Cildo Meireles', Tate magazine, Issue 14, Autumn 2008
'Product Line', Cabinet magazine, Issue 10, Spring 2003
'Notes from the Inside', Becks Futures catalogue, ICA publishing, London, 2003
'Geography as Destiny: an Analysis of 'City of Bits' by William J. Mitchell'. Published by Mute magazine, Winter 1997 / Nettime, November 1996

Research Fellowships, Residencies and Awards

Creative Arts Fellowship, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, 2018 - 2020
Daiwa Foundation Small Grant, 2018
Casino Luxembourg, Artist in Residence 2017
Honorary Fellow, School of Law, Birkbeck, London, 2013 (ongoing)
Research Associate, Photography and the Archive Research Centre, London College of Communication
Artist's residency, Sharjah Art Foundation, 2006/7
Grants to Artists, British Council, 2005
Artist's residency, IASPIS, Stockholm, 2004
Artist's residency, BBC, 2003 - 2004
Sputnik, Kunstverein Munich, 2002 - 2004
Research Fellowship, Henry Moore Institute, 2002 - 2003
Year of the Artist residency (Xerox), Eastern Arts, 2001
Artist in Residence, First Tuesday, 2000
New Media Fund, Arts Council of England, 2000
Eastern Arts Board Development Fund, 1998
Live Art Travel & Research Fund, Arts Council of England, 1997

Curatorial Projects

Namespace, video programme screened at Cubitt Gallery, London, 2007

Artist’s Talks and Public Lectures

’Legal Infrastructures’, Carey Young in discussion with Susan Schuppli, La Loge, Brussels
'Subject to Contract’, Wolfson College, University of Oxford
Carey Young and Anne Hardy in conversation, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne


The Language of Law, talk at University College London Festival of Culture, with Susan Schuppli

Palais de Justice, talk at Birkbeck Cinema, London, with Prof. Les Moran and Prof. Linda Mulcahy
Carey Young in conversation with Michael Corris, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas (audio recording online here)

Synaesthesia of Law, international conference, Princeton University
New Legal Temporalities? Discipline and Resistance Across Domains of Time, international conference, University of Kent
Photography and the Legacy of Conceptual Art, London College of Communication (conference)

Plague of Diagrams, symposium, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
Art/Law? Creative Responses to Copyright in the Twenty-First Century, symposium, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Artist's talk, Tate Britain (with Jill Magid)

Show Time, Carey Young interviews Jens Hoffmann, Tate Modern (listen online)
Panning for Atomic Gold, symposium, the Arts Catalyst, London
'What Art Has to Say about the Law', (panel discussion), Association of Art Historians Conference, Royal College of Art, London
'Performing the Law', (conference), Institut Francais, London, organised by Birkbeck, University of London, and the Universities of Paris 8 and 10

'Carey Young in conversation with Steven Bode', hosted by Film & Video Umbrella, London
Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature / Universite de Paris 8, Paris
Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich
Migros Museum of Contemporary Art, Zurich

Art Speech: A Symposium on Symposia, MoMA, New York (conference)

Photoworks, Brighton
mima, Middlesbrough
Eastside Projects, Birmingham
'Uncertain Contracts', Artist talk, Centre Pompidou, Paris

Cultural Practices Outrun Legal Language, (symposium), Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht
Faith in Art, (symposium), Pavilion, Leeds
The Aesthetics of Governance: From the Cold War to Neoliberalism, (symposium), University of Sussex
'Social Enterprise', Artist talk, Miami Art Museum 

Museum 21: Institution, Idea, Practice, (conference), Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Institutional Critique: can the institution ever criticise?, panel discussion, ICA, London
Night School: Contemporary Models of Agency, New Museum, New York
Against the Avant-garde? Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia, (symposium) Tate Modern, London 

Between Culture and Capital, (conference) Courtauld Institute, London
Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis
Art and Democracy (panel discussion), ICA, London

International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) congress, Paris
The New Administration of Aesthetics conference, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo
Showroom Cinema/Sheffield University, Sheffield

BALTIC, Newcastle (on the British Art Show 6)
16Beaver, New York
Witte de With, Rotterdam
Sharjah Biennal, Sharjah
Ways of Working II: Artists' Engagements with Copyright, Intellectual Property and New Forms of Ownership, Conference organised by Arts Council England, University of Westminster, London
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta 

University of the Arts London
Index, Stockholm
Tate Britain, London ('New Media in Britain' conference)
Tate Britain, London (British Art Talks: Notions of the 'Public')
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Photographers' Gallery, London

Whitechapel Gallery, London
Tate Modern, London (view webcast)
ICA, London
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Tate Liverpool
Serpentine Gallery, London (on Takashi Murakami)

Slade School of Art, London
Whitechapel Gallery, London (on Mark Wallinger)
Kunstverein, Munich
Firstsite, Colchester
Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham

Whitechapel Gallery, London
CCA, Glasgow
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Baltic, Newcastle

ICA, London

Whitechapel Gallery, London (on the Whitechapel exhibition 'Speed')

Teaching and Lecturing

Slade School of Art, London (current teaching position)
Photography Dept, London College of Communication
Royal College of Art, London (courses include Critical Practice, Curating, Photography, Sculpture, Performance, Interaction Design, Design Products)
Harvard University  
Middlesex University
University of the Creative Arts
University of Kent
University of East London
Bauhaus, Weimar  
Stockholm University
Central St. Martins, London
Winchester School of Art
Wimbledon School of Art
Manchester Metropolitan University
Art Academy, Umea University
Sotheby's Institute, London
Christies, London