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Ian Breakwell bibliography

Own Writings

  • 1980 From the Inside, Art Monthly, no. 40
  • 1980 Behind Closed Doors, The Book of the Year 1980
  • 1981 From a Cambridge Diary, Art Monthly, nos 56, 57, 58
  • 1982 The Walking Man 1975-78 and The Artist's Dream, Art Journal, summer issue (illus.)
  • 1982 Mary Whitehouse and I, Aspects, no. 18
  • 1983 Madrid Diary, Aspects, summer issue, no. 23 (illus.)
  • 1983 Diary Extracts, Collusion, no. 5
  • 1983 Society for the Unborn Child, Print Out, no. 1
  • 1985 The Old Mine, Artscribe, no. 51
  • 1986 Opinions, City Limits, June
  • 1986 Diary of an Eavesdropper, New Statesman, Vol III, no.2883
  • 1986 The Mask, Circa, no. 31
  • 1986 Record Live, AND Journal of Art and Education, no.10
  • 1991/92 Stories of the Eye, Artscribe, nos 89, 90
  • 1994 The Fat Man Within, Sight & Sound, June
  • 1995 Stories of the Eye, The Artist's Book Yearbook
  • 1997 Three Fictions, Stand, Summer
  • 1999 In the dark, in the dark, Rising East, vol. 3, no. 1
  • 2001 Diary Extracts, The Art of Looking Sideways by Alan Fletcher, Phaidon
  • 2002 Hot Toddy, Space Cooks, Space

Publications

  • 1977 Diary Extracts 1968-76, Midland Group, Nottingham
  • 1978 Continuous Diary 1965-78/Circus, Scottish Arts Council and Third Eye Centre, Glasgow
  • 1981 Dialogues, Audio Arts, London
  • 1981 Monologues and Dialogues, Carlisle Museum, Carlisle
  • 1981 5 x 5, An Anthology edited by Asa Benveniste, Trigram Press
  • 1982 Witness: More Diary Extracts 1976-82, Transformation Press, Harpford, Devon
  • 1983 10 Diary Pages 1969-82, silkscreen portfolio, Norwich School of Art
  • 1985 The Waiting Room, Matt's Gallery, London
  • 1986 Ian Breakwell's Diary 1964-85, Pluto Press, London
  • 1988 The Artist's Dream, Serpent's Tail, London
  • 1990 Seeing in the Dark, (co-ed with Paul Hammond) Serpent's Tail, London
  • 1993 Free Range, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
  • 1994 Brought to Book, Penguin Books
  • 1995 An Actor's Revenge, BFI Fim Classics
  • 2001 Derby Days, Published by RGAP

Articles

  • 1978 Tony Rayns, Fim Review: The Institution, Time Out, 23 June
  • 1983 F. Vijande, Cartas al director (Letters to the Editor), El Pais, Madrid, 2 May
  • 1983 Ian Breakwell, un ingles polifacetico (Ian Breakwell, a many-faceted Englishman), El Europeo, 5 May
  • 1983 Jose Marin-Medina, Imagen y letrismo en la pintura de Breakwell (Images and words in the paintings of Ian Breakwell), Informaciones, 5 May (illus.)
  • 1983 Francisco Calvo Serraller, El rostro humano como paisaje (The human face as landscape), El Pais, 7 May (illus.)
  • 1983 Gemma Harrison, Face to Face: Ian Breakwell, City Life, 15 May (illus.)
  • 1983 Carlos Jimenez, Los Rostros de la sociedad (Potraits of Society), Cambio 16, 23 May, pp36-37 (illus.)
  • 1983 Armando Montesinos, Madrid Diary, Aspects, Summer, No. 23
  • 1983 Peter Fuller, Continuous Diary, New Society
  • 1984 Lucy Hughes-Hallet, Last Night's View, The Standard, Wednesday 18 April
  • 1984 Keep Things As They Are, The Norwich Review, July 20 (illus.)
  • 1984 Nick Kimberley, Network TV Selections, City Limits, 14-20 December
  • 1984 Bubble of Trouble, The Standard, Friday 21 December
  • 1985 Sarah Jane Checkland, Review, The Times, 23-29 March
  • 1985 William Fever, Observer Review, Observer, 31 March
  • 1985 Jane Withers, The Face, April (illus.)
  • 1985 William Packer, Patrons who buy in bulk, Financial Times, 2 April
  • 1985 Sarah Kent, Time Out, 11-17 April (illus.)
  • 1985 Nigel Pollitt, City Limits,26 April - 2 May
  • Clare Henry, Arts Review, 12 April, vol. XXXVII, No. 7 (illus.)
  • 1985 Mel Gooding, New Spaces (and some not so new), Artscribe, May-June, No. 53
  • 1986 Ian Breakwell's Diary 1964-85, The Listener, 3 July
  • 1986 John Lyle, Little England: Ian Breakwell's Diary 1964-1985, City Limits, 17-24 July
  • 1986 Diary of an Eavesdropper (diary extracts), New Statesman, June (illus.)
  • 1986 Sarah Kovandzich, Dear Diary, What's On and Where To Go In London, July/August (illus.)
  • 1986 Preview: Art: New Reviews, Time Out, 20-26 August (illus.)
  • 1986 Ian Breakwell's Diary 1964-1985_, Artists Newsletter, December
  • 1986 _Ian Breakwell: recorded live (in conversation with Chris Garratt and Mick Kidd), Journal of Art and Art Education, No. 10 (illus.)
  • 1986 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, Tourist in London, September (illus.)
  • 1989 Adrian Henri, Portrait if the artist a Head of the herd, Daily Post, Thursday 22 January
  • 1989 Majorie Allthorpe Guyton, Virile Games, essay in cataloguue, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
  • 1989 Emmanuel Cooper, Ian Breakwell/National Spirit,Time Out, May 24-31
  • 1989 Colin Wheeler, Counting the Cost of Satire, The Independent, 15 August
  • 1990 David Bromfield, Breakwell still Eloquent Rebel, The West Australian2 February
  • 1990 Guardian Express (Australia), 13 February
  • 1990 Robert Housley, Artist Ian busy seeing double, Daily News (Australia) 19 February
  • 1990 Peter Clark, Breakwell & Sad Britain, The Canberra Times, 15 March
  • 1990 Sonia Barron, Life of an Artist as a British Diarist, The Canberra Times, 30 March
  • 1990 John Emery, British Artist Reveals Legal Hooliganism, The Advertiser, Adelaide, 15 March
  • 1990 John Emery, Artist's Slides, Commentary wows his Audience, The Advertiser, Adelaide, 16 March
  • 1990 David Bromfield, Ian Breakwell, Praxis M No. 26, Perth
  • 1990 Eve Sullivan, Ian Breakwell interview, Art Monthly Australia, No. 30, May
  • 1993 Ian Breakwell Interview, Kaleidoscope, BBC Radio, 11 January
  • 1993 Tonya Phillips, Twin Peeks, South Wales Echo, 9 April
  • 1993 Photographer Ian's Doubletake a Twinning Idea, Western Mail, 2 April
  • 1993 Artist Ian gets Double Vision, Cardiff Independent, April
  • 1993 Penny Simpson, Visitors to Face a Photo Doubletake,South Wales Echo, April
  • 1993 Newport and Cwmbran Herald and Post, April
  • 1993 Chris Strange, Double Vision!, South Wales Echo, 8 February
  • 1993 Dalya Alberge, The Independent,3 August
  • 1994 Hugh Stoddart, Auditorium, Frieze, November
  • 1995 Staging an Audience, interview with Ian Breakwell and Ron Geesin, 20:20 Magazine, Spring Issue (illus.)
  • 1995 Angela Flowers, Cramps in the Toe?, Modern Painters, Winter issue (illus.)
  • 1995 Gillian Widdicombe, All Garrett and No Stick, The Independent, 27 January
  • 1995 Face to Face, Sparks Magazine, February
  • 1995 Black Heart, The Northern Echo, 28 February
  • 1995 David Whestone, Art from the Cathedral, The Journal, 7 April
  • 1995 David Whestone, A Cuckoo in the Cathedral Nest, The Northern review, May
  • 1995 The Finale, What's On in Durham, September-October
  • 1995 Penny Pritchard, The Phantom Matinee, The Northern Review, October
  • 1995 Ian Hunt, Hidden Cities: Durham, Art Monthly, November
  • 1995 Hidden Cities,Artists Newsletter, November
  • 1995-98 Front covers of STAND Magazine, issues Winter '95, Spring '96, Winter '96, Spring '97, Summer '97, Autumn '97, Winter '97, Spring '98, Summer '98, Autumn '98, illustrated artworks by Ian Breakwell
  • 1996 Gail-Nina Anderson, Clicking the Mouse and Missing the Point, Northern Review, December 1996 - January 1997
  • 1996 Andrew Spira, Modern Art and The Church, Church Building, Issue No. 37
  • 1996 Kevin Stephens, Digital Art in the Mandela Building, Northern Review, Issue No. 9
  • 1996 A Directory of British Film and Video Artists, ed. David Curtis, Arts Council of England/University of Luton Press
  • 1996 Kevin Stephens, Newcastle's Digital Fellow, Arts Management Weekly Locus + 1993-96 book
  • 1996 Audio Arts Magazine, Vol. 15 no 4
  • 1996 The Rose, front cover December issue AN (Artists Newsletter)
  • 1997 Peter Suchin, Rose, The Artists Newsletter, January (cover of December issue)
  • 1997 96 From _96, Northern Arts Book of Year of Visual Arts UK, (illus.)
  • 1997 Moving Pictures, illustrated feature, May issue AN (Artists Newsletter)
  • 1997 Wave Riding, Anne Karpf, The Guardian, 17 March
  • 1997 Radio, Sue Arnold, The Observer, 23 March
  • 1998 Luise East, The Sky's the Limit, The Irish Times, 29 August (illus.)
  • 1998 Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times, 16 September
  • Tim Johnson, When World's Collide, The Guardian, 19 November (illus.)
  • 1998 Ian Breakwell - The Rose, Newsletter, Nov/Dec (illus.)
  • 1999 Currents, scientific collaborations for artists, The Artists Newsletter, January
  • 1999 Ian Hill, Art with instructions, The Newsletter, 28 April
  • 1999 Duncan MacMillan, The Scotsman, 11 June (illus.)
  • 1999 Moira Jeffrey, Ian Breakwell: Death's Dance Floor, The List, 27 May - 10 June (illus.)
  • 1999 Iain Clark, Scotland on Sunday, 13 June
  • 1999 Auditorium, Arty Facts Rising East, Vol. 3, no.1 (illus.)
  • 1999 Mark Currah, Ian Breakwell, Time Out, 24-31 March, p.46
  • 2000 Sonia Carvill, The secret attraction of somebody's diary, East Anglian Daily Times, 31 March
  • 2000 Richard Dorment, Idealists with big ideas The Daily Telegraph, March
  • 2000 Hugh Stoddard, Diary at First Site, Colchester, London Art, 29 March
  • 2000 Howard Slater, The art of governance. The Artist Placement Group 1966-1989, Variant, Summer Vol.2, Number II, p.26
  • 2000 Drawing Across Boundaries, Loughborough University School of Art & Design, Loughborough, CD of proceedings of Symposium containing Walserings transcript, September
  • 2000 Patrick Keiller, book review of Breathing Cities, Tate Magazine, Winter
  • 2000 Stella Whalley, In Sickness and in Health, Printmaking Today, Winter
  • 2002 Katy Greaves, Surface tensions, Blueprint, March
  • 2002 Dale McFarland, Frieze, May
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