David Campbell

Authored publications by David Campbell

Ian Cumberland’s Recent work, exhibition essay for Ian Cumberland:  A Common Fiction /Once removed, Josef Filipp Gallery Leipzig, Germany, 12 January—16 February 2019.

Catalogue essay for Carla Garlaschi: solo exhibition at Gallery D21, Santiago, Chile. On-line at: C-print:

Exhibition catalogue essay for Alistair Wilson: solo exhibition at The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast. ISBN: 978-1-909989-09-2

Colin Darke – Grotesque Mediocrity. Essay to accompany Colin Darke’s solo exhibition at the MAC, Belfast, 8 August – 19 October 2014.

Healing in Human Silver Halo Seats of the Muses, a limited-run publication with texts exploring the ideas of ‘healing’ by cross- disciplinary contributors edited by Andrea Jespersen. It was published in connection with Andrea Jespersen exhibition Human Silver Halo at Medical Museion in Copenhagen (Denmark). Contributing authors: David Campbell, Katie Cuddon, Dorina Sylvia Dobnig, Brian Dougan, Johnny Golding, Kathrine Elizabeth Lorena Johansson, Ion Meyer, Jo Smith Oliver, Trine Opsahl, Brendan Walker, Ben Woodeson. Published 24 February 2013 by eatingapples, London (UK)
ISBN 978 0 9575604 0 6

White Cube / Light Cube. Catalogue essay to accompany the
exhibition White Cube by Artemis Potamianou. Hadijkyriakos- Ghikas
Gallery, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece. Catalogue includes
essays by Terry Atkinson, Peter Suchin & David Campbell.

David Campbell, Bored Billy, and the Search for Freedom,
Catalogue essay to accompany the Liverpool Billboard Project.ISBN
0-9518551-2-3. http://www.alandunn67.co.uk/liverpool5texts2001.html

David Campbell, “Cast of the Space Between / You were always on
my mind”, Real Gallery, New York. Catalogue.

‘Plotting Polke’, in: Sigmar Polke: Back To Postmodernity. Ed.by David Thistlewood. Liverpool University / Tate Gallery. ISBN 0853239118.

Co-authored publications with Mark Durden

May You Live In Interesting Times, 58th Venice Biennale 2019.
David Campbell and Mark Durden review the 58th Venice Biennale 2019 Journal of Visual Culture. 2/25/2020.

Co-authored chapter Spectacle and Anti-Spectacle: American Art Photography and Consumer Culture, (with Mark Durden) published in Companion to Photography (Blackwell).
ISBN: 978-1-405-19584-3

David Campbell & Mark Durden (2019): Beautiful World, Where Are You? The Tenth Liverpool Biennial, July 14–October 28 2018, Visual Culture in Britain, DOI: 10.1080/14714787.2019.1570057

Crisis Aesthetics: Documenta 14 (Athens, 8 April–16 July, and Kassel, 10 June–17 September) Journal of Greek Media & Culture Volume 3 Number 2© 2017 Intellect Ltd Exhibition Review. Reviewed by David Campbell, Northumbria University, and Mark Durden, University of South Wales. P 279 – 286.October 2017.

The Laughable Enigma of Ordinary Life, Elephant, 11/12/2017.

Double Act: Art and Comedy, Published by Bluecoat, distributed by Cornerhouse Publications, published May 2016.ISBN: 978-0-9538996-5-4.

David Campbell and Mark Durden, Brevity, Disruption, Art and Comedy, CADERNOS IRI . 2. 2016. Escola Superior de Media Artes e Design, Instituto Politecnico do Porto, Portugal. ISSN 2184-0482. P 8-18. 2016.

Warhol always gives us more: The Chelsea Girls, Melodramatic Naturalism and Controlled Distraction in Warhol in Ten Takes, British Film Institute/ Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. ISBN 9781844574018

Healing, in Human Silver Halo Seats of the Muses,(2013) edited by Andrea Jespersen, Eatingapples, London (UK) ISBN 978 0 9575604 0 6

Variable Capital: A conversation with Common Culture. David Evans. Criticaldictionary.com
Variable Capital: A conversation with Common Culture. David Evans.
AfterImage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism Vol. 36 Issue 2. Rochester, New York.

Art and Consumer Culture. EXTRA, Antwerp FotoMuseum, Antwerp.
Summer 2008. p 80-85.

Armchair Romanticism, David Campbell and Mark Durden consider the ongoing legacy of the work of Richard Prince. Photoworks, Spring/Summer May – October 2008. Brighton. www.photoworksuk.org

Variable Capital, Liverpool University Press, ISBN: h/b 9781846311260

Dancing to the music of the till— John Goto’s Ukadia. PARACHUTE,
Summer Issue (June). Montreal, Canada http://www.parachute.ca/public/+100/115.htm

Co-authored publications by Common Culture

Tips For Artists, book chapter in Art, Politics and the Pamphleteer, an edited book, published in the RaRa book series with Bloomsbury. 15.10.2020. ISBN: 9781350022478. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/art-politics-and-the-pamphleteer-9781350022478/

Q&A with Artist Group Common Culture, Aesthetica, 11/07/2016. http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/q-and-a-common-culture/

Modern Cumbrian Jokes, Published by Florence Arts, Florence Mine, Egremont, Cumbria. ISBN 978-0-9932391-0-6.

Critical Cultures Re-envisioned: The British Photography, Film & Installation Collective Common Culture Interviewed by Grant Pooke in Take on Art Magazine, published by Take on art Publishing Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, India.

Common Culture’s Tips for Artists, published on the occasion of “Now I Gotta Reason”, Jerwood Space, London, UK. Curated by Grizedale Arts and Marcus Coates 7 November- 9 December 2012. http://jerwoodvisualarts.org/3096/Jerwood-Encounters-Now-I-Gotta-Reason/332

The New El Dorado by Common Culture, Prefix Photo published by the
Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada. December 2010.

A Macguffin for Art, Artwork for Manifesta 8 catalogue. ISBN.9788836616978.

Common Culture – Pop Trauma. Void, Derry.
ISBN – 10. 0-9551763 –1-X. ISBN – 13.978 0 09551763 –1-9