Mark Titchner

  • Working across a number of media including digital print, wall drawing, video, sculpture and installation, Mark Titchner’s practice explores systems of belief, both secular and spiritual, often focusing on the marginalized, discredited or forgotten ideologies and objects we place our faith in. Using the impersonal language of the public realm, ranging from the quasi-mysticism of corporate mission statements to the maxims of revolutionary socialism, his work exhorts us to believe in it. Motifs taken from advertising, religious iconography, club flyers, trade union banners, prog rock and political propaganda all vie for our attention. The common denominator of this quest for idealism is a quest for enlightenment; a desire for some form of transcendence; and yet, abstracted from its original context, the message appears drained of meaning. We know that we are being asked to respond but the purpose is unclear, leaving us only with the formal means of exhortation and our own desire for meaning.

  • Mark Titchner, CGP, 2014, London, Installation View

  • Mark Titchner, CGP, 2014, London, Installation View

  • A Naiad, 2013, M shed, Bristol

  • Love and Work, 2013, Millennium Square, Bristol

  • Please Believe These Days Will Pass, 2012, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada

  • BE TRUE TO YOUR OBLIVION, 2011, New Art Gallery, Walsall, Installation View

  • BE TRUE TO YOUR OBLIVION, 2011, New Art Gallery, Walsall, Installation View

  • BE TRUE TO YOUR OBLIVION, 2011, New Art Gallery, Walsall, Installation View

  • N (I) B, 2011, HD projection, 45 minutes, New Art Gallery, Walsall, Installation View

  • Nothing is Forever, 2010, South London Gallery, London, Installation View

  • 2010, Vilma Gold, London, Installation View

  • 2010, Vilma Gold, London, Installation View

  • AN IMAGE OF TRUTH. ONE WORD LESS, 2010, Cellulose paint on Aluminium and fixing, 250 x 250 x 18 cm, 98 3/8 x 98 3/8 x 7 1/8 ins

  • The Age of Happiness, 2009, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Stitched installation view

  • The Age of Happiness, 2009, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Stitched installation view

  • Run, Black River, Run, 2008, BALTIC, Gateshead

  • Run, Black River, Run, 2008, BALTIC, Gateshead

  • Run, Black River, Run, 2008, BALTIC, Gateshead

  • Plateau Aurora Borealis, 2008, Peres Projects, Berlin, Installation View

  • Plateau Aurora Borealis, 2008, Peres Projects, Berlin, Installation View

  • Plateau Aurora Borealis, 2008, Peres Projects, Berlin, Installation View

  • PLATEAU AURORA BOREALIS (detail), 2008, jesonite, pigment, graphite, wood, steel, candles, 310 x 490 x 12 cm, 122 x 192 7/8 x 4 3/4 ins

  • 100 Years, 100 Artists, 100 Works of Art, 2008, Art on the Underground

  • ‘WE WANT WHAT WE NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE’, 2008, 100 Years, 100 Artists, 100 Works of Art, Art on the Underground

  • The Eye Don’t See Itself, 2007, Vilma Gold, London, Installation View

  • The Eye Don’t See Itself, 2007, Vilma Gold, London, Installation View

  • The Eye Don’t See Itself (Poppa), 2007, dvd loop and reflecting pool, Vilma Gold, London

  • How To Change Behaviour (Tiny Masters Of The World Come Out), Turner Prize 2006, Tate Britain, London

  • How To Change Behaviour (Tiny Masters Of The World Come Out), Turner Prize 2006, Tate Britain, London

  • How To Change Behaviour (Tiny Masters Of The World Come Out), Turner Prize 2006, Tate Britain, London

  • Times Square billboard, 2006

  • Be Angry But Don’t Stop Breathing, 2003, Art Now, Tate Britain, London

  • lightboxes, 2003, Be Angry But Don’t Stop Breathing, Art Now, Tate Britain, London

  • Lives and works in London
    1973 Born in Luton, UK

    1995Central St Martins College of Art & Design

    1992Hertfordshire College of Art & Design

    Solo Exhibitions (selected)

    2014Mark Titchner, CGP, London
    Rose, Dilston Grove, London
    An image of truth, The Gallery at Foyles, London

    2013Our Knot, Maudsley Learning Centre, public commision

    2012Please Believe These Days Will Pass, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada
    Mark Titchner “Be no Content” and Dennis Rudolph “Wege in den Nihilismus”, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam

    2011New Art Gallery, Walsall

    2010Vilma Gold, London
    Motto, Art House Foundation, London

    2009The Age of Happiness, Hellenic American Union, Athens
    Disclosure, Broadway cinema/backlit studios, Nottingham

    2008Plateau Aurora Borealis, Peres Projects, Berlin
    Run, Black River, Run, BALTIC, Gateshead

    2007The Eye Don’t See Itself, Vilma Gold, London
    Vertigo: Marcel Duchamp and Mark Titchner at Chelsea Space, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (cat)
    Commission for BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

    2006How To Change Behaviour (Tiny Masters Of The World Come Out), Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London
    IT IS YOU, Arnolfini, Bristol

    2005When We Build Let Us Think That We Build Forever, Vilma Gold project space, Berlin
    Behold the Man, Waiting For the Man, Peres Projects, Los Angeles
    After the Punchline… Eternity, Vacio 9, Madrid

    200420th Century Man, Vilma Gold, London
    Mark Titchner, Carlos Amorales & The Sun City Girls, De Appel, Amsterdam
    I, WE, IT, (public art commission), Platform for Art, London

    2003Be Angry But Don’t Stop Breathing, Art Now, Tate Britain, London
    Do Not Attempt To Reform Man. We Are What We Are, Galerie Jorg Hasenbach, Antwerp
    We Were Thinking Of Evolving, Vilma Gold, London

    2001Love, Work & Knowledge, Vilma Gold, London

    1999Mark Titchner, Vilma Gold, London

    1998Mark Titchner, One in the Other, London

    Group Exhibitions and Public Projects (selected)

    2017A certain kind of light, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK (upcoming)

    2016So many steps, so little time, curated by Jerome Jacobs, De BOND, Bruges, Belgium
    Beacon, Public Commission, The Hat Factory, Luton, UK
    Let us be all we can be, Public Commission, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, UK
    Flat Time House Retrospective Show – The Shift, Flat Time House, London
    INTO BOUNDLESS SPACE I LEAP, Maxwell Centre, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
    2050. A Brief History of the Future, Palazzo Reale, Milan
    ME HERE NOW (Burning Too), Mark Titchner & Jeremiah Day, Antwerp Art Weekend, Antwerp, Belgium
    Forever, Bubox, Kortrijk, Belgium
    Prememories, Aeroplastics contemporary, Brussels

    20152050: A Brief History of the Future, Royal Museums of Fine Art Belgium, Brussels
    Then For Now, Delphina Foundation, London
    Island, g39, Cardiff
    Inside Cities: art and the built environment, Arup, London
    Behold continues to return, curated by Mark Titchner, Bethlem Gallery, Bethlem Royal Hospital, UK
    Ma Voix, Le Silo U1: Château-Thierry, France
    Our Work is Together Today, public work for Sceaux Gardens Estate Peckham, commissioned by SouthLondon Gallery
    Provocation, Queen Elizabeth Hall entrance, Love flags across the site; South Bank Centre Festival of Love, London

    2014Plastic Words, Raven Row, London
    Diagrams, The Holden Gallery, Manchester
    News from Nowhere, Kelmscott House, London

    2013Once More, Lokaal 01, Breda, Nederlands
    Altars of Madness, Casino Luxembourg, travelled to Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France
    Victoriana; The art of Revival, Guildhall Art Gallery, London

    2012Mark Titchner “Ends Thou”, Focal Point Gallery, Essex
    Made In Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 - 2010, Benaki Museum, Athens
    REMIX: Contemporary Art from Greece, Turkey, Israel and Britain. Touring Benaki Museum, Athens, Sakip Sabançi Museum, Istanbul, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

    2011An Action, Event or Other Thing That Occurs To Happen Again, One Thoresby Street and Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham
    Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon, Portugal
    Trompe La Monde, Galerie Transit, Mechelen
    Change The World Or Go Home, Down Stairs, Madley
    Train Fantome, Cruise and Callas, Berlin
    Art Paris - Just Art, Grand Palais, Paris 2011
    Made In Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 - 2010 (touring exhibition in partnership with the Sichuan Provincial Museum, Xi’an Art Museum, Hong Kong Heritage Museum and Suzhou Museum)
    Peeping Tom, KAde Kunsthal, AAMersfoort, The Netherlands

    2010The Future Demands your Participation, China, Shanghai, Minsheng Art Gallery
    Art Moves 2010, 3rd International Festival of Art on Billboards, Torun, Poland
    Nothing is Forever, South London Gallery, London
    Deptford X, London
    Peeping Tom, Vegas Gallery, London

    2009The Dark Monarch, Tate St.Ives and Towner Gallery, Eastbourne
    Black Hole, CCA Andratax, Mallorca, curated by Friedrieke Nymphius
    Minneapolis, Peres Projects, Los Angeles
    State of the art - the condition of liberty and the art of objection, European Commission Headquarters, Hague
    Art Moves: The 2nd International Festival of Art on Billboards, Torun, Poland
    Dreaming the Mainstream, Vilma Gold, London
    Mark Titchner - Debating Society & Run, Commissioned by Radar Arts Programme, Loughborough University
    On Joy, Sadness and Desire, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam
    Rank: picturing the social order 1516-2009, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland

    2008Manifesto Marathon, Serpentine Gallery
    100 Years, 100 Artists, 100 Works of Art, Art on the Underground
    GSK Contemporary, Royal Academy, London
    Material Presence, 176, London
    ARTLV 08, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
    Summer Video Program, Peres Projects, Berlin
    Nature is a Workshop, Turner Contemporary, Margate
    Here and Now, Regina Gallery, Moscow
    In The Beginning, University of California Art Gallery, San Diego
    The Brotherhood, Kunstbunker, Nuremberg

    2007Fusion Now, Rokeby, London, Curated by JJ Charlesworth
    Hope and Despair, Cell Project Space, London, curated by Bob Matthews
    Frozen Waves, Yama, Istanbul
    Its Simply Beautiful, Laboral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial (cat)
    When We Build, Let Us Think That We Build Forever, BALTIC, Newcastle
    A Poem about an Inland Sea 52nd Venice Biennale, Ukraine Pavillion with Serhiy Bratkov, Dzine (Carlos Rolon), Alexander Hnilitsky, Boris Mikhailov, Juergen Teller and Sam Taylor-Wood, Taylor-Wood, Venice, Italy
    Left Pop, The Second Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Petrovka, Russia
    Art Plus Drama Party 2007 with Fiona Banner, Jenny Holzer and Ed Ruscha, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
    Between Two Deaths, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany (cat)
    Los Vinilos, El Basilisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Metal, Walsall New Art Gallery, Birmingham

    2006How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, (touring) (cat)
    SCAPE – Don’t Misbehave!, Christchurch Art Gallery, New Zealand (cat)
    The Starry Messenger: Visions of the Universe, Compton Verney (cat)
    XII Biennale of Visual Arts, Pancevo, Serbia (cat)
    Momentum (Nordic festival of Contemporary Art), Moss, Norway (cat)
    EV+A, Limerick (cat)
    Check-in Europe, European Patent Office, Munich
    His life is full of miracles…Animation Videotheque, Site Gallery, Sheffield
    And yet it moves! MOT, London
    The Galleries Show, Extra City, Antwerp
    59th Minute, (public video commission organized by Creative Time), Times Square, New York
    Metropolis Rise, CQL Design Centre, Shanghai (cat)
    Para todos los publicos, Sala Rekalde, Bilbao (cat)
    Black and White, Hellenic American Union, Athens
    Sculpture Grande 06, Prague

    2005British Art Show 6, touring exhibition beginning Baltic, Newcastle (cat.)
    British Art Show 6, public billboard commission, Newcastle
    Hidden Rythms, Museum Het Valkhof, Nijmegen (cat.)
    Odiseado Tra Tempo, Peter Kilchmann Gallery, Zurich
    Offside, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin
    Summer Daze, South London Gallery, London
    Centrifuge: For Spirit and Ritual, The Drawing Room, London
    Jaybird, Zero, Milan
    The Hardest Thing to Draw is a Kiss, The Gallery at Wimbledon School of Art, Wimbledon (cat.)
    The Music of the Future, Gasworks, London

    2004showCASe, South London Gallery, London
    Vilma Gold at Galerie Diana Stigter, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam
    If you think you see with just your eyes you are mad, Peres Projects, Los Angeles
    Plaza Suite, Union, London
    Expander, Royal Academy of Arts, London (cat.)
    Wilkommen, Metropole Galleries, Plymouth
    Rear View Mirror, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (cat.)
    Britannia Works, British Council, Athens (cat.)
    Nocturnal Emissions, The Groninger Museum, Groninger
    Asphalt and Neon, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City (cat.)
    Happy Go Lucky, (public art commission), VHDG, Leeuwarden (cat.)
    Nit Niu, commissioned by Vacio 9, Mallorca
    A Secret History of Clay, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool (cat.)
    Now is Good, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (cat.)
    Tonight, Studio Voltaire, London
    Candyland Zoo, Kent Institute of Art & Design, Canterbury

    2003Matchine Machine, (curated by Chris Noraika) One in the Other, London
    Electric Earth, State Russian Museum, St Petersburg (cat.)
    Strange Messengers, Breeder Projects, Athens
    PONR, Pallas Heights, Dublin
    Talking Pieces, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkeusen (cat.)
    Dirty Pictures, The Approach, London

    2002The Movement Began With A Scandal, Lenbachhaus Museum, Munich
    The Galleries Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London (cat.)
    The Dirt of Love, (with Roger Hiorns & Gary Webb), The Mission, London
    Strike, Wolverhampton City Art Gallery (cat.)
    Exchange, Richard Salmon, London
    Loco for Rococo, The Nunnery, London
    Mathematique, Danielle Arnaud, London (cat.)

    2001Sages, Mystics & Madmen, One in the Other, London
    Brown, The Approach, London
    Playing Amongst the Ruins, Royal College of Art, London (cat.)
    City Racing (A Partial History), ICA, London (cat.)
    Curatorial Mutiny Pt 4, Nylon, London
    Best Eagle, (with Michele Naismith & Duncan McQuarrie), Transmission, Glasgow
    Fear it, do it anyway, Vilma Gold Project Space, London

    2000Mark Titchner & Lena Seraphin, Sali Gia, London
    Very Nice Film Club, Vilma Gold, London
    Multiples, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin (cat.)
    Heart & Soul, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles
    The Poster Show, Cabinet Gallery, London
    Insanity Benefit, Vilma Gold Gallery, London
    Point of View, (collection of Thomas Frangenburg), Richard Salmon, London
    Mark Titchner & David Musgrave, Grey Matter, Sydney
    297 x 210, The Art House, Dublin (cat.)

    1999Limit Less, Galerie Krinziger, Vienna
    297 x 210, Arthur R Rose, London (cat.)
    … Nice to Meet You, Kunstbunker, Nuremburg
    New Build, Platform, London
    Cave, Sali Gia London
    297 x 210, Firestation, Dublin
    The Poster Show, Gavin Brown Enterprises, New York
    Heart & Soul, 60 Long Lane, London
    Painting Lab, Entwistle Gallery, London

    1998Social Security, Ex Teresa, Mexico City / Royal College of Art, London (cat.)
    True Science, Curated by BUND, KX, Hamburg
    Surfacing, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
    Kling Klang, HMS Plymouth in association with Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
    Show me the money 3, 8 Dukes Mews, London
    The Bible of Networking, Sali Gia London (Touring)
    Sociable Realism, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

    1997Show 47, City Racing, London
    Peripheral Visionary, De Fabriek, Eindhoven
    High Precision/Low Maintenance, 172 Deptford High St / Hales Gallery, London
    Recent Acquisitions, BUND, London
    TransMat, One in the Other, London
    Physionomical Corpus, One in the Other, London

    1996LIFE/LIVE, ARC, Museum of Modern Art, Paris (cat.)
    BANK TV/Viper, DOG (BANK), London
    Is this Happening, 112a Denmark Hill, London

    Selected Bibliography


    2010Russo, Karen, ‘The Remote Viewing Project’, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, 2010
    ‘Art, Word and Image’: 2000 Years of Visual/ Textual Interaction, Hunt, John Dixon, Lomas, David and Corris, Michael, Reaktion Books, , London, 2010 p.231

    2009‘Lubok 8’, ed. Ruckhäberle, Christophe and Siemon, Thomas, Lubok Verlag, 2009
    ‘The Age of Happiness – Mark Titchner’, Exhibition catalogue, published by Hellenic American Union, Athens
    ‘The Dark Monarch’, Exhibition Catalogue, Tate Publishing, London
    Selby, Aimee, ‘Art and Text’, Black Dog Publishing Ltd, London, 2009
    ‘On Joy, Sadness and Desire’, The Smart Papers, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam.

    2008‘Rank Picturing the Social Order 1516 – 2009’, (Exhibition catalogue) Northern Gallery for Contermporary Art
    ‘Material Presence’, Exhibition Publication/Edition, Zabuldowicsz Collection, 176, London
    ‘The Hey Hey Glossolalia’ Mark Beasley, Creative Time, New York
    ‘Has man a Function in Universe’, Curated by Gavin Wade, Bookworks/Eastside Projects

    2007Dillon, Tamsin, Platform for Art; Art on the Underground, Black Dog Publishing
    Its Simply Beautiful, Laboral Centro de Arte y Creation Industrial, CajAstur
    Marcel Duchamp and Mark Titchner, Vertigo, Chelsea Space
    Ensslin, Felix, Between Two Deaths, Exhibition Catalogue, ZKM

    2006Mark Titchner, Exhibition Catalogue, Arnolfini
    Para Todos Los Publicos, Exhibition Catalogue, Rekalde, BFA/DFB
    Turner Prize, Exhibition Catalogue, Tate Britain
    How to Improve the World, Exhibition Catalogue, Hayward Gallery Press
    The Starry Messenger: Visions of the Universe, Exhibition Catalogue, Compton Verney
    SCAPE – Don’t Misbehave!, Exhibition Catalogue, Christchurch Art Gallery, New Zealand
    XII Biennale of Visual Arts, Exhibition Catalogue, Pancevo, Serbia
    Momentum (Nordic festival of Contemporary Art), Exhibition Catalogue, Moss, Norway
    EV+A, Exhibition Catalogue, Limerick
    Metropolis Rise, Exhibition Catalogue, CQL Design Centre, Shanghai
    Para todos los publicos, Exhibition Catalogue, Sala Rekalde, Bilbao

    2005Hidden Rythms, Exhibition Catalogue, Museum Het Valkhof, Nijmegen
    The Hardest Thing to Draw is a Kiss, Exhibition Catalogue, Wimbledon School of Art
    Art Now Yearbook, Tate Publishing, January
    Sodio y asfalto, British Council, exhibition Catalogue
    British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery Publishing

    2004Britannia Works, Exhibition Catalogue, British Council
    Rear View Mirror, Exhibition Catalogue, Kettle’s Yard
    Asphalt and Neon, Exhibition Catalogue, British Council
    Expander, Exhibition Catalogue, Royal Academy of Art
    Nocturnal Emissions, Exhibition Catalogue, Groninger Museum
    Tate Art Now Yearbook, Tate Press
    The Secret History of Clay, Exhibition Catalogue, Tate Press
    Why and Why Not, Bookworks
    Annual, Exhibition Catalogue, KIAD Press
    Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2004, Frieze Publications
    Now is Good, Exhibition Catalogue, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
    Happy Go Lucky, Exhibition Catalogue, VHDG, Leeuwarden

    2003Electric Earth, Film and Video from Britain, Exhibition Catalogue, British Council
    Talking Pieces, Exhibition Catalogue, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
    Fox, Dan, ‘Mark Titchner’, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2003, Frieze Publications
    Beasley, Mark, ‘Earache My Ear’, Ledworth, Colin, ‘Powers of Ten’

    2002City Racing 1999-1998, ICA, Black Dog Publishing
    Playing Amongst the Ruins, Exhibition Catalogue, Royal College of Art
    The Galleries Show, Exhibition Catalogue, Royal Academy of Arts
    Mathematique, Exhibition Catalogue, Danielle Arnaud, London
    Platforms, Jubilee Arts
    Am Anfag der bewgung stand ein skandal, Lenbachhaus Museum

    2001Carey-Thomas, Lizzie, Art Now, Tate Britain
    Riess, Ute, Talking Pieces, Exhibition Catalogue Text, Museum Morsbroich

    2000Multiples, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin

    1999Some Stuff, ZING, Spring
    297 x 210, Arthur R Rose Publications

    1998Social Security, Exhibition Catalogue, Ex Teresa, Mexico City / Royal College of Art, London

    1996Life/Live, Exhibition Catalogue, Museum of Modern Art, Paris

    Selected Articles

    2014Hill, Susannah. ‘Review: Diagrams, The Holden Gallery, Manchester’, Corridor 8 online, January
    Cafe Gallery, Dilston Grove, ArtUpdate online, April 2014
    Gleeson. David, Review of Mark Titchner, CGP London, Aesthetica Blog, online,, 17 April 2014

    2013New Age of Aquarius, Cura, online, May 2013
    Mark Titchner: A Naiad, ArtRabbit, online, April 2013

    2012Hancox. Dan, And Then?, Frieze Magazine, January - February, 2012, pp.102-103

    2011Levine, Charlie. ‘Change the World or Go Home’, A-N Interface, October 26, 2011.
    Dixon, Tom. ‘Mark Titchner - I We It’, Openfile, October 27, 2011.
    Jacobs, Emma. ‘For Those About To Rock...’, Financial Times, July 1
    Titchner, Mark. ‘Home Of Metal’, ArtReview, May, pg 52.
    Beanland, Chris. ‘Praise the Sabbath: now Birmingham shows its metal’, The Independent, Friday May 6
    Art Paris - Just Art, Grand Paris 31.3-3.4.2011,

    2010Sherwin, Skye, Mark Titchner, Guardian Guide, 4 September, p.38
    Gavin, Francesca, Power, Consumption and Lies, Twin Magazine
    Potts, Rachel, ‘A Multi-Faceted Zone of Protection’, Garageland, Issue 10, pp.22-25
    Cotton, Michelle. ‘The Dark Monarch’, Frieze, January - February, Issue 128, pg 122

    2009Eleftherios, Arelis, The Age Of Happiness, Nictoglobe, Online Magazine of Transmedial Arts & Acts Vol. 18, Ed. 4, Fall 2009
    Titchner, Mark, ‘Futurama’, Art & Music, Issue 08, Winter 2009
    Griffin, Jonathan, ‘Material Presence’, Frieze, 7 January

    2008Gavin, Francesca, ‘Mark Titchner - Artist, On Religious Tracts’, Another Magazine, 15th issue
    Bi-Annual Autumn/Winter, pg. 108
    I Can’t Make Out A Peace Sign To Save my Life, Dominikus Müller, Artnet, 20 November
    White Light, Founding and Fleetness, ARTLV_8: Prologue, September 27-October 18
    ‘Mark Titchner: In the Studio, Time Out, November 27- December 3 2008
    Jankowicz, Mia, ‘Fusion Now’, Frieze
    Saville, Helen, ‘Mark Titchner’, North East Times Magazine, 1 February
    ‘Run, Black River, Run’, Citylights, 8 February
    Whetstone, David, ‘Questioning the Truth’, The Journal, 30 January
    ‘Mark Titchner: Run, Black River, Run’, The Metro, 29 January

    2007Martin, Francesca, ‘Arts Diary’, The Guardian
    Cohen, Louise, ‘Tube Giveaway Lets Commuters Take Art’, The London Paper
    Arts Professional, News
    ‘Take Home A Masterpiece for Free’, Metro
    Jones, Jonathon, ‘Art’s Bright Ideas Ignite Debate’, Guardian Unlimited Blog
    Mr Motley Magazine, NL
    Button, Virginia, ‘The Turner Prize’, Tate
    Thornton, Sarah, ‘Reality Art Show’, The New Yorker, March 19

    2006Mulholland, Neil and Hunt, Andrew, ‘British Art (does it) Show?’ Frieze, January-February
    Maddocks, Fiona, ‘Turner’s Poster Boy’, Evening Standard, March
    Herbert, Martin, ‘Mark Ttchner’, Art Monthly, April
    Hack, Jefferson, ‘Burning Questions’, Another Magazine
    ‘And Yet It Moves’, The Guardian Guide, 12 August
    Dorment, Richard, ‘’One Of The Most Exciting Artists In Britain Today’, The Telegraph, Wednesday 4 October
    Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Turner prompts fresh attack on female body’, The Financial Times,
    Duguid, Hannah, ‘Mark Titchner: Turner Prize Nominee’, The Independent, September
    ‘Is Art Power?’ The Power 100 Issue, Art Review, November

    2005Wilson, Michael, ‘Words to Live By – Michael Wilson on the Art of Mark Titchner’, Artforum, May

    2004Burnett, Craig, ‘20th Century Man’, Guardian Guide, 2 October
    ‘Mark Titchner: 20th Century Man’, Flash Art, November
    Gruner, Fisun, ‘Baulking at Bulk’, Metro, 22 December
    Bedell, Geraldine, ‘The Best of British’, Observer Monthly Magazine, 31 October
    Wilsher, Mark, ‘Rear View Mirror’, Art Monthly issue 281
    ‘Exhibitions Pick of the Week’, Guardian Guide, 9 October
    ‘La Jornada de Enmedio’, La Jornada Newspaper, page 2, 9 July
    Excelsior Newspaper, page 5B, 24 July
    ‘Sodio y asfalto’, Donde Ir Magazine, page 92, July
    ‘Brillo y color’, El Norte, 5 November
    ‘Sodio y asfalto’, Quien Magazine, page 138, August
    ‘Sodio y asfalto’, Map Magazine, issue 1, Spring

    2003Beasley, Mark, ‘Black Magic Mind War’, Frieze: issue 74
    Hammonds, Chris, ‘Mark Titchner’, Tema Celeste, issue 97

    2002O’Reilly, Sally, ‘Exchange’, Frieze, May
    Beasley, Mark, ‘Exchange’, Art Monthly, April
    Charlesworth, JJ, ‘Exchange’, Contemporary, April

    2001Beasley, Stephen, ‘Playing Amongst the Ruins’, Untitled, Summer
    Littlefield, David, ‘Thanks for the Memory’, BLUEPRINT, March
    Musgrave, David, ‘Mark Titchner’, Untitled, March
    Maclaren, Duncan, ‘Mark Titchner’, The Independent on Sunday, 21/1
    Glover, Izi, ‘Mark Titchner’, Time Out, January

    2000Zakiewicz, Neil, ‘Invasive Properties’, Artists Newsletter, October
    Price, Dick, ‘Mark Titchner & David Musgrave’, ZING, Fall
    Syd, Courtney, ‘Mind over Matter’, Sydney Morning Herald, 7/3

    1999Beech, Dave, ‘New Build’, Art Monthly, November
    Wilson, Michael, ‘Mark Titchner’, Art Monthly, July/August
    Maclaren, Duncan, ‘Heart & Soul’, Independent on Sunday, 5/9
    Jones , Jonathan, ‘Heart & Soul’, The Guardian, 24/8
    Williams, Gilda, ‘Heart & Soul’, Art Monthly, September
    Prince, Nigel, ‘Kling Klang’, ZING, Summer
    Coomer, Martin, ‘Art London’, Elipsis Press
    Farquharson, Alex, ‘Painting Lab’, Art Monthly, April
    Parmentier, Katrin, ‘Briten mit Pappnase’, Abendzeitung, Nuremberg, 2/10
    Urban, Regina, ‘Kreatives Mischverhaltnis’, NurnBerger, 2/10

    1998Ashton, Edwina, ‘Mark Titchner’, Untitled, Summer
    Coomer, Martin, ‘Mark Titchner’, Time Out, June
    Wade, Gavin, ‘Show 47 & Gonzo’, ZING, Summer
    Beech, Dave, ‘Sociable Realism’, Art Monthly, March
    Geraghty, Ian, ‘Show 47’, Untitled, Spring