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b. Douglas, Isle of Man, UK, 1946

  • Academic Posts

    • 1998-present

      • Professor, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University
    • 1994-98

      • Professor, Chairman, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies,
      • Director, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University
    • 1991-93

      • Visiting Lecturer, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies,
      • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    • 1990-present

      • Visiting Lecturer and/or external assessor:
      • Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
      • Northeastern University, Boston, MA
      • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
      • Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
      • Yale University, New Haven, CT
      • Halifax School of Art, Halifax, Nova Scotia
      • Fotohogskolan, Gotenborg University, Sweden
      • Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
      • Photo-School, Stockholm, Sweden
      • University of Helsinki, Finland
      • West Surrey College of Art & Design, UK
      • University of Wales College, Newport
      • Stamford University, CA
      • Colby College, Maine
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions

    • 2017

      • Now/Then: Chris Killip and the Making of “In Flagrante”, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
    • 2016

      • Isle of Man Revisited, Manx Museum, Isle of Man, UK
      • In Flagrante Two, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY
    • 2015

      • Galerie f 5,6, Munich, Germany
    • 2014

      • Close Distance, Gallery Focus 21, Zurich, Switzerland
      • Chris Killip - 75 Photographs, Tate Britain, London, UK
    • 2013

      • Arbeit/Work, Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain
    • 2012

      • Arbeit/Work, A Retrospective Exhibition of Chris Killip’s Work, Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany
      • What Happened- Great Britain 1970-90, LE BAL, Paris, France
    • 2011

      • GwinZegal, Center for the Arts, Brittany, France
      • PhotForum PasquArt, Beil-Bienne, Switzerland
      • Seacoal, Museum for Photography, Braunschweig, Germany
    • 2010

      • Four & Twenty Photographs, Amador Gallery, New York and Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston
    • 2009

      • Here Comes Everybody, Gallery of Photography, Dublin, Ireland
    • 2004

      • 15 Photographs, Rencontres d’Arles, France
    • 2000

      • Chris Killip, 60 Photographs, The Old Post Office, Berlin, Germany
    • 1997

      • Chris Killip, Photographs, 1971-1996, Manx Museum, Isle of Man
    • 1996

      • Scenes from Another Country, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
      • The Last Art Show, Bede Gallery, Jarrow, UK
    • 1991

      • Chris Killip Retrospective, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
    • 1990

      • Working at Pirelli, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
    • 1989

      • Chris Killip, Fotografiska Museet i Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
    • 1988

      • Baierd Art Gallery, Breda, Holland
      • I.V.A.M., Valencia, Spain
      • In Flagrante, touring exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK; Landes Museum, Munster, Germany; Atrium Museum, Aachen, Germany; Museum für Künst und Külturgeschede, Dörtmund, Germany; Alter Rathaussaal, Münich, Germany; Centrum für Industrie-Kültur, Nüremberg, Germany; Landesbildstelle, Stüttgart, Germany; Museum Het Princessehof, Leeuwarden, Holland; Musée de Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium
    • 1986

      • Chris Killip, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  • Selected Group Exhibitions

    • 2016

      • The Human Document: The Photography of Persuasion from 1930s America to Present Day, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, UK
    • 2015

      • History is Now, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
    • 2014

      • Photography with Tension, Niepce Museum, Chalon sur Saone, France
      • Made for Magazines and Iconic 20th Century Photographs, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX
    • 2013

      • Deutsche Börse Prize Exhibition, Photographers Gallery, London, UK
      • Reality, Vasterbottens Museum, Umea, Sweden
    • 2012

      • Aperture Remix, Aperture Gallery, New York, NY
      • Gallery Collection, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, UK
      • Island Stories: Fifty Years of Photography in Britain, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
      • Observers: Photographers of the British Scene, 1930 to the Present, Galeria de Arts SESI, Sao Paulo, Brazil
      • Public Dress, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX
      • Work, Fotografia Festival Internazionale di Roma, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma, Rome, Italy
    • 2011

      • Aires de Jeux, Champs de Tension, Le Pavilion des Images, Montpellier, France
      • The World We Live In, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, UK
    • 2010

      • British Photography from the 70’s & 80’s, National Museum, Krakow, Poland
    • 2009

      • Delpire & Cie, Les Recontres D’Arles, Arles, France; Maison Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris, France
      • Home for Good, Foto8/Host gallery, NY Photo Festival, New York, NY
      • Reality Revisited, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
    • 2008

      • On the Human Being: International Photography, 1950–2000, Centro Andaluz de
      • ArteContemporáneo, Seville, Spain
      • Parrworld, Haus der Kunst, Munich & Breda Museum, Netherlands
      • Photography: Methods & Materials, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
      • Street & Studio, touring exhibition, Tate Modern, London, UK; Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany; Art Gallery, Cumbria, Carlisle; Ujadowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
      • No such Thing as Society: Photography in Britain 1967–1987, touring exhibition, Aberystwyth Arts Center, Aberystwyth University, Ceredigion, Wales; Tullie House Museum, Cumbria, UK and Three from Britain, Rose Art Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
    • 2007

      • How We Are: Photographing Britain, Tate Britain, London, UK
    • 2006

      • Beach Photography, White Space Gallery, London, UK
      • In The Face of History, Barbican Gallery, London, UK
      • Making History, Art & Documentary Photography, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
      • Work from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    • 2003

      • 125 Masterpieces from the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
      • Der Fotografierte Mensch, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
      • Foundacion Caixa, Barcelona, Spain.
      • The Photography Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
      • Les Choix d’Henri Cartier-Bresson, touring exhibition, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris; Museum, Saint Petersburg, State Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia
    • 2002

      • 100 Photographs: A Collection by Bruce Bernard, touring exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, London,UK; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
    • 2001

      • Hope, McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Boston, MA
      • Open Ends, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    • 2000

      • Modern Starts, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    • 1999

      • Some Photographs: An Independent Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
    • 1998

      • From the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    • 1997

      • Underexposed, City of Stockholm Festival, Stockholm, Sweden
    • 1996

      • British Photography, Matisse Museum, Nice, France
      • Picturing Modernity, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
    • 1995

      • 20 Modern British Photographs, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
    • 1994

      • Documentary Dilemmas, European Touring Exhibition, British Council, UK
      • Streetstyle, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
      • Treasures from the National Museum of Photography, Science Museum, London, UK
    • 1993

      • Encontros de Fotografia, Coimbra, Portugal
    • 1992

      • More Than One Photography: Works Since 1980 From the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
    • 1990

      • British Photography From The Thatcher Years, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne; Royal Albert Museum, Exeter, UK; Northern Center for Contemporary Art, Sunderland; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham City, NY
      • Shocks To The System, touring exhibition, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
    • 1989

      • Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia; Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
      • Photography Until Now, touring exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY;
      • Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
      • Photography: 150 Years, The Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia
      • The Art of Photography 1839-1989, touring exhibition, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX
      • Through the Looking Glass: Photographic Art in Britain 1945-1989, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
    • 1988

      • Arts, touring exhibition, Nantes, France; Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etiennes; Caves Sainte Croix, Metz, France
      • Britische Sicht! Fotografie aus UK, Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich, Switzerland
      • Matter of Facts: Photographie Art Contemporain en Grande Bretagne, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nantes, France
      • On the Edge of the City, Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
    • 1987

      • Towards A Bigger Picture, touring exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK;
      • Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
      • Photoworks from Great Britain, Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria
      • Three British Photographers, Consejo Mexicano de Fotografia, Mexico City, Mexico
    • 1986

      • British Contemporary Photography: Coming of Age, Houston Photo Festival, Houston, TX
      • The Portrait Season, Impressions Gallery of Photography, York, UK
    • 1985

      • British Eyes, Centre Nationale de la Photographie, Paris, France
      • Human Interests: Fifty Years of British Art About People, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK
      • Tendances, Metz pour la Photographie, Caves Sainte Croix, Metz, France
      • The Miner’s World: Miners in Photography and Literature, touring exhibition, The Midland Group, Nottingham, UK; Impressions Gallery, York, UK; D.L.I. Museum, Durham, UK
      • Another Country, touring exhibition, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK; Arnolfini Gallery,
      • Bristol, UK; National Museum of Photography, Bradford, UK; Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
    • 1983

      • International Photography Festival, Mälmo, Sweden
    • 1981

      • Lichbildnisse: Das Porträt, Rheinisches Landes Museum, Bonn, Germany
      • Old and Modern Masters of Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
    • 1980

      • From Object to Object, touring exhibition, Arts Council of Great Britain
    • 1978

      • Personal Views 1860-1977, touring exhibition, British Council
    • 1972

      • Four Young Photographers, Photographer’s Gallery, London, UK
  • Selected Grants and Awards

    • 2013

      • Sundance Film Festival, Short Non-Fiction Film Award for Skinningrove
    • 2007

      • William Channing Cabot Fellowship Award, Harvard University
    • 1994

      • Honorary M.A., Harvard University
    • 1989

      • Henri Cartier-Bresson Award, Paris
    • 1977

      • Arts Council of Great Britain, Major Bursary Award
    • 1975/6

      • Northern Arts Photography Fellowship
    • 1973/4

      • Arts Council of Great Britain, Photography Award
  • Selected Collections

      • Albertina Palace Museum, Vienna, Austria
      • Arbetets Museum, Norrköping, Sweden
      • Arts Council of Great Britain, London, UK
      • Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
      • Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France
      • Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
      • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
      • George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY
      • Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
      • Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, Valencia, Spain
      • J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA
      • Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI
      • Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL
      • Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
      • Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
      • Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
      • Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
      • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Houston, TX
      • National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
      • National Media Museum, Bradford, UK
      • Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK
      • Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland
      • Tate Gallery Collection, London, UK
      • The British Council, London, UK
      • The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
      • The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
      • Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
  • Commissions

    • 1996

      • Commissioned by Bede Gallery to photograph Jarrow, UK
    • 1991-92

      • Clifford, Chance & Co., Solicitors, The Barbican, London
    • 1989

      • Pirelli Ltd. Photographic exhibition on their workforce
    • 1980-87

      • Commissioned by London Review of Books, Cover Portraits include: Martin Amis, Julian Barnes, Harold Hancock, Tony Harrison, James Kelman, Frank Kermode, Julia O’Faolain, Philip Roth, and E.P. Thompson
    • 1972

      • Arts Council of Great Britain, for the exhibition “Two Views - Two Cities.”
  • Selected Television and Radio Programs

    • 2012

      • "La Grande Table.” France Culture 10 May 2012
      • “Interview with Amaury Chardeau, in his series on contemporary photography.” France Culture 26 July 2012
    • 2007

      • “The Genius of Photography” BBC-1-TV 2007
    • 2002

      • “Walker Evans.” Times Higher Educational Supplement 17 May 2002
      • Guerrin, Michel. “Killip L’intransigeant.” Le Monde 12 July 2002
      • Parr, Martin. “Made in UK.” Photo District News August 2002
      • La Photographie Contemporaine Editions Scala, Paris, 2002
    • 2001

      • “A Photographers Life.” Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain 2001
      • Chris Killip 55 series, Phaidon Press Ltd September 2001
      • “TV Society: The Photographs of Vincent Goutal.” Harvard Photography Journal 2001
      • “Walker Evans: Review of the book.” Metropolitan Museum, New York, NY 2001
    • 1993

      • Gray, Muriel. “Chris Killip’s photograph Youth on Wall.” The Byker Art Show, BBC-1-TV, 15 and 18 July
    • 1991

      • Murracciole, J.C. Magazine Ram Dam, FR 3 October 1991
      • Magazine culturel de Jean-Pierre Tison, RTL Radio, October 1991
    • 1988

      • Spalding, Julian. “Third Ear.” BBC Radio 3 January 1988
      • Nelville, Jill. “Interview with Chris Killip about In Flagrante.” The Book Program BBC-2-TV 1988
    • 1987

      • “Urban Landscape: Chris Killip.” Exploring Photography, BBC-1-TV November 1987
    • 1980

      • “Contemporary Work: Chris Killip.” History of Photography Series, HTV-Bristol 1980
  • Selected Bibliography

    • 2016

      • DuBois, Doug. “On Chris Killip, In Flagrante Two.” Aperture 26 July 2016
      • Dunn, Robert. “Chris Killip – In Flagrante Two.” Photo Book Store Magazine 12 July 2016
      • O’Leary, Saoirse. “Hopelessness in Focus: Northern England’s 1980’s industrial decline. A masterpiece revisited.” Huck Magazine 15 June 2016
      • Welch, Harri. “Photos of a desolate northern England in the 1980s.” Dazed 17 May 2016
      • Maine, Stephen. “Chris Killip at Yossi Milo Gallery, New York City” Artillery Magazine 3 May 2016
      • “Last Day of ‘In Flagrante Two’ by Chris Killip.” The Eye of Photography 27 February 2016
      • Nicolaides, Alexandra. “The Past is a Foreign Country: On Photos by Peter Hujar and Chris Killip.” Artcritical 22 February 2016
      • “Chris Killip.” The New Yorker 22 February 2016
      • O’Hagan, Sean. “In Flagrante Two by Chris Killip review – bleakness and boredom in sharp focus.” The Guardian 21 February 2016
      • Yau, John. “What Will You Do about Chris Killip’s Challenges.” Hyperallergic 21 February 2016
      • Teicher, Jordan G. “Classic Photos of North East England’s Deindustrialization.” Slate 13 February 2016
      • Knoblauch, Loring. “Chris Killip In Flagrante Two @ Yossi Milo.” Collector Daily 12 February 2016
      • Meyers, William. “Calotypes, Classics and Candy Darling.” Wall Street Journal 15 February 2016
      • Dykstra, Jean. “Chris Killip: In Flagrante at Yossi Milo Gallery.” Photograph January/February 2016
      • “Chris Killip at Yossi Milo Gallery.” Musee Magazine 3 February 2016
      • Roalf, Peggy. “Chris Killip at Yossi Milo.” DART 29 January 2016
      • Laurent, Olivier. “Chris Killip’s Celebrated Photobook In Flagrante Makes Its Return.” Time Lightbox 27 January 2016
      • Paterson, Don. “In Flagrante: Photographs by Chris Killip.” Financial Times 15 January 2016
      • “The Past and Other Countries: Chris Killip in Conversation with Michael Almereyda.” Aperture 11 January 2016
    • 2015

      • Bertolino, Caroline. “Exhibition: In Flagrante Two.” Daily Photo News 2015
      • In Flagrante Two Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2015
      • Isle of Man Revisited Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2015
    • 2013

      • Rexer, Lyle. “The Edge of Vision-The Rise of Abstraction in Photography.” Aperture 2013
      • The Telegraph 04 August 2013
    • 2012

      • Recklinghauser Zeitung 4 February 2012
      • Westfalischer Anzeiger 4 February 2012
      • Emsdettener Volkszeitung 7 February 2012
      • Ruhr Nachrichten 8 February 2012
      • WAZ 11 February 2012
      • Westfalische Rundschau 11 February 2012
      • Westdeutsche Allegmeine 13 February 2012
      • Frankfurter Allgemeine 20 February 2012
      • TAZ Die Tageszeitung 20 February 2012
      • “Arbeit/Work.” The Independent Newspaper 17 March 2012
      • VDI Nachrichten 23 March 2012
      • NRZ Essen 5 April 2012
      • A Nous Paris 21 May 2012
      • Obsession 24 May 2012
      • Derniere Nouvelle D’Alsace 26 May 2012
      • Le Monde 2 June 2012
      • Telerama 2 June 2012
      • L’Humanite 5 June 2012
      • OBS Tele Cine 12 June 2012
      • Madame 15 June 2012
      • Liberation 29 June 2012
      • Le Monde 30 July 2012
      • Le Huffington Post 29 July 2012
      • Almereyda, Michael. “Arbeit/Work.” Aperture Magazine 2012
      • Arbeit/Work Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2012
      • Dilnot, Clive. “Chris Killip: The Last Photographer of the Working Class.” Afterimage
      • Magazine May-June 2012
      • Dilnot, Clive. “The Gleaners.” New Left Review 2012
    • 2010

      • The Economist 11 October 2010
    • 2011

      • Seacoal Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2011
    • 2009

      • “A Shimmer of Possibility.” 8-10 Magazine May 2009
      • The Guardian 20 April 2009
      • Here Comes Everybody: Chris Killip's Irish Photographs Thames and Hudson Ltd 2009
      • In Flagrante Errata Editions D.A.P, New York, NY 2009
    • 2008

      • A History of British Art, Vol 3 Tate Publications, London, 2008
      • “Boris Mikhailov: Case History,” Tate Etc, London, 2008
      • No Such Thing as Society Hayward Publishing, London, 2008
      • Parr World Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2008
      • Street and Studio Tate Modern London, 2008
    • 2007

      • How we Are Tate Britain, 2007
    • 2006

      • Pitman, Joanna. “In The Face of History.” The Times 11 October 2006
      • Morrison, Blake. “Different Views.” The Guardian 21 October 2006
      • Smyth, Diana. “Best of British.” British Journal of Photography November 2006
      • In The Face of History Barbican Gallery, London 2006
      • Making History Tate Gallery, Liverpool 2006
      • Pirelli Work Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2006
    • 2004

      • Liberation 8 July 2004
      • The Guardian 14 July 2004
      • L’Humanite 17 July 2004
      • The Observer 18 July 2004
    • 2000

      • Modern Contemporary, Art at MOMA Since 1980 MOMA, New York, NY 2000
      • “Postcards from Ireland, 1999.” Harvard Photography Journal 2000
    • 1999

      • Scott, Clive. Photography and Language Reaktion Books, London, 1999
    • 1998

      • “Photosynthesis.” The Independent Magazine May 1998
      • Ed. Frizot, Konemann, A New History of Photography 1998
      • “Exposed.” Tate Magazine 1998
    • 1997

      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. Photography, An Independent Art V & A, London, 1997
      • Photography, A Critical Introduction Routledge, London, 1997
      • The Photography Book Phaidon Press, London, UK, 1997
      • The Photograph Oxford University Press, London, 1997
    • 1996

      • Lee, David. "Chris Killip." Art Review March 1996
      • “Chris Killip.” Hermes Magazine November 1996
      • “Chris Killip.” Luna Cornea Issue No. 9 1996
      • Dawtry, C. Investigating Modern Art Yale University Press, New Haven, CT 1996
    • 1995

      • "Martin Parr on Chris Killip." The Guardian 25 July 1995
    • 1994

      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. "Chris Killip." British Journal of Photography 17 February 1994
    • 1993

      • Documentary Dilemmas British Councils, 1993
    • 1992

      • “Great Britain.” La Recherche Photographique: Europe 1970-1990 Autumn 1992
    • 1991

      • Berner, Andreas. “Machine Age.” The Manipulator September 1991
      • La Recherche Photographique: L’Ombre December 1991
      • Lyon, Christopher. “Part of the Family: Talking with Chris Killip.” MOMA Members Quarterly 1991
      • Arbetets Värld Arbetets Museum: Norrköping, Sweden, 1991
      • “Marketá Luskacová: Photographs of Spitalfields.” Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1991
    • 1990

      • Packer, William. Financial Times 6 January 1990
      • Lee, David. “Photography.” Arts Review January 1990
      • Hope, Terry. “Head to Head: Chris Killip and Bert Hardy.” Amatuer Photographer 30 June 1990
      • Barker, Paul. “Levande Män!” Prat Magazine 1990
      • British Photography From The Thatcher Years The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 1990
    • 1989

      • Nuutinen, Petri. “Chris Killip: Itse Teossa.” Valokuva Magazine February 1989
      • Berger, John and Sylvia Grant. “Ihr da Unten.” Zeit Magazin 6 October 1989
      • “Factory Art.” Independent Magazine 16 December 1989
      • Abrams, Janet. “Making Light Work.” The Independent 29 December 1989
      • “Chris Killip.” Ruhrlandmuseum: Essen, Germany, 1989
      • "Photography Now." Camera Austria 1989
      • Photography: 150 Years The Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia 1989
      • Photography Until Now The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 1989
      • The Art of Photography 1839-1989 Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK 1989
      • Through the Looking Glass: Photographic Art in Britain 1945-1989 Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK 1989
      • Borsdorf, Ulhrich and Kania, Rolf. Ausbeute: Bergbau und Bergarbeit in der Fotografie
    • 1988

      • Miller, Karl. London Review of Books 3 March 1988
      • Morrison, Blake. “Killip’s Diary.” Observer Magazine 13 March 1988
      • Richards, Jane. “Living Debris on the Northern Landscape.” The Independent 15 March 1988
      • Kent, Sarah. Time Out 18 March 1988
      • Carey, Peter. Sunday Times 20 March 1988
      • Januszczak, Waldemar. The Guardian 25 March 1988
      • Lee, David. “Photography Review.” Arts Review 25 March 1988
      • Seabrook, Jeremy. “The Privatized Pain.” New Society 25 March 1988
      • Bernard, Bruce. Spectator 26 March 1988
      • Barker, Paul. “Pity the Losers.” Sunday Telegraph 27 March 1988
      • Richards, Jeffrey. “Bleak Views.” Daily Telegraph 28 March 1988
      • Taylor, John Russell. “Images Without A Vision.” The Times 5 April 1988
      • Vaizey, Marina. “Exposing the Image Behind A Cliché.” The Sunday Times 10 April 1988
      • Core, Philip. “The Snapping Point.” The Independent 13 April 1988
      • Heron, Liz. “Tale of Two Nations.” New Statesman 29 April 1988
      • “Chris Killip: Interviewed by David Lee.” Creative Camera May 1988
      • Morrison, John. “The Seacoalers.” 35 mm Photography August 1988
      • Morrison, John. “Killip.” Photography May 1988
      • Jack, Ian. “The Best and Worst of 1988.” New Statesman 23 December 1988
      • Badger, Gerry. Photo Texts Travelling Light, London, UK 1988
      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. “Where We’ve Come From: Aspects of Postwar British Photography.” Aperture 1988
      • Heron, Liz. “Real Beauty.” Aperture 1988
      • In Flagrante Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, London, UK 1988
      • “Königreich: Chris Killip.” Camera Austria 1988
      • “Object of Desire.” V & A Magazine London, UK 1988
    • 1987

      • “Skin-heads of Newcastle.” Transaction Society July 1987
      • "Robert Frank’s ‘New York to Nova Scotia.’” Creative Camera 1987
      • Mrazakova, Daniella. Masters of Photography Exeter Books, Exeter, UK 1987
    • 1986

      • Davis, Sue. "Chris Killip.” Camera International Issue No.9, Spring 1986
      • Pattullo, Polly. “When the Coal Comes In.” Observer Magazine 13 April 1986
      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. “Chris Killip: Scenes from Another Country.” Aperture 1986
      • “Chris Killip.” Photography Annual 1986
    • 1985

      • Higgins, Paul. Camera and Creative Photography January 1985
      • Feaver, William. “Northern Photographs.” Observer 8 September 1985
      • Cork, Richard. “Another UK.” The Listener 12 September 1985
      • Bernard, Bruce. “Tyne Tees Vision.” The Spectator 14 September 1985
      • Lee, Dave. “Photography.” Arts Review 15 September 1985
      • Miller, Karl. London Review of Books 15 September 1985
      • Packer, William. “The Age of Discardment.” The Financial Times 19 September 1985
      • Bishop, William. “Another Country Reviewed.” The British Journal of Photography 20 September 1985
      • Jeffrey, Ian. “Another Country at the Serpentine.” Creative Camera November 1985
    • 1983

      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. “Closely Observed Photographs: Chris Killip and Marketá Luskacová.” Creative Camera March 1983
      • Powell, Rob. "Askam and Skinningrove." Creative Camera March 1983
      • Haworth-Booth, Mark. “Photographs by C. Killip.” Camera Austria 1983
      • “Robert Doisneau: La Stricte Intimité” and “Danny Lyons: Uptown Chicago.” Personal Choice: A Celebration of Twentieth Century Photographs Selected and Introduced by Photographers Painters and Writers Victoria Albert Museum, London, UK 1983
    • 1981

      • Jeffery, Ian. Creative Camera March 1981
      • Jeffrey, Ian. “Arresting Time.” London Magazine July 1981
      • Killip, Chris. “Sir Roy Strong, Director of the V & A, Interviewed.” Creative Camera October 1981
      • Skelsey, Nigel. “One Man’s Island.” SLR Camera December 1981
      • Jeffery, Ian. Photography: A Concise History Thames and Hudson, London, UK 1981
      • Old and Modern Masters of Photography Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK 1981
    • 1980

      • Varley, William. “Isle of Man.” The Guardian 18 March 1980
      • Kermode, Frank. “The Men From Man.” The Listener London May 1980
      • Kent, Sarah. “Arts Review.” Time Out London 16 May 1980
      • Tisdall, Caroline. “Isle of Man.” The Guardian 17 June 1980
      • Campbell, Peter. London Review of Books 3 July 1980
      • “Chris Killip: Här Finns Mina Rötter.” Aktuell Fotografi 11 1980
      • Killip, Chris. Isle of Man: A Book About the Manx 1980
      • Steele-Perkins, Chris and Messer, William. “The Abbey, Bury St. Edmunds.” About 70 Photographs Arts Council of Great Britain, London, UK 1980
      • Mrázková, Daniela. “Zkoumání zivota a Chris Killip.” Ceskoslovenska Fotografie
      • The Isle of Man: A Book About the Manx Arts Council of Great Britain, London, UK 1980
    • 1979

      • “Faces of Man.” Observer Magazine 1 July 1979
    • 1978

      • Exploring Photography British Broadcasting Corporation, London, UK 1978
    • 1977

      • “Concerning Photography” Zwemmer London, UK 1977
      • “Chris Killip Photographs 1975-1976 in the North East.” Creative Camera May 1977
    • 1976

      • “Chris Killip: Northern UK.” British Image 2 1976
      • “Lewis Hine 1874-1940.” 1976
    • 1975

      • Osman, Colin and Turner, Peter. “Chris Killip: Isle of Man Portfolio.” Creative Camera 1975
    • 1971

      • “Chris Killip.” Camera, Zurich Switzerland January 1971
      • “Chris Killip: T.T. Week Visitors.” Creative Camera January 1971
      • “Chris Killip on the Isle of Man.” Camera Mainichi 1971
    • 1970

      • “Chris Killip Young Contemporary.” Creative Camera February 1970