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Review of status message?[edit]

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added this article to category:contemporary artists Brunberg 18:01, 5 Dec 2004 (UTC)

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I moved this section from the main space to talk. It does not add enough value to the article.WomenArtistUpdates (talk) 00:55, 19 December 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]



  • 2017, Mona Hatoum: Terra Infirma (essays by Michelle White, Anna C. Chave, Adania Shibli, and Rebecca Solnit), Houston: The Menil Collection.
  • 2016, Mona Hatoum (essays by Michael Archer, Guy Brett, Catherine de Zegher, Piero Manzoni, Edward Said and Nancy Spector), London: Phaidon Press
  • 2015, Mona Hatoum. (introduction by Serge Lasvignes and Bernard Blistène; preface by Chris Dercon and Leevi Haapla; essays by Christine Van Assche, Guy Brett, Patricia Falguières, Edward W. Said, Bertrand Westphal, Clarrie Wallis, Christine Ross, Marja Sakari) ex. cat. Published by Éditions du Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR. Language: English/French.
  • 2011, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher, Leo Lencsés), Edited by Ingvild Goetz, Rainald Schumacher, Larissa Michelberger, Language: German/English, Published: November 1, 2011 by Hatje Cantz.
  • 2010, Mona Hatoum. (Introduction by Bob Rennie, Essay by Catherine Grenier), ex. cat. Mona Hatoum: Collected Works. Published by Rennie Collection, Vancouver, BC.
  • 2010, Martínez, Chus. Le Grand Monde, ex. cat. Santander, Spain: Fundación Marcelino Botin Mona Hatoum. (essay by Catherine Grenier). Montreal: ABC Art Books Canada
  • 2009, Mona Hatoum: Interior Landscape. (essays by Chiara Bertola and Réda Bensmaïa), ex. cat. Milan: Charta
  • 2008, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Edward W. Said, Alix Ohlin, and Salwa Mikdadi, interview with Janini Antoni), ex. cat. Amman, Jordan: Darat al Funun - * 2008, The Khalid Shoman Foundation
  • 2008, Mona Hatoum: Undercurrents (essays by Whitney Chadwick and Alix Ohlin), ex. cat. Ferrara: Gallerie d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea dei Comune di Ferrara
  • 2008, Mona Hatoum: Unhomely (essay by Kirsty Bell), ex. cat. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin and Holzwarth Publications
  • 2006, Mona Hatoum. (essay by Andrew Renton), London: Jay Jopling/White Cube
  • 2005, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Stephanie Snyder and Alix Ohlin), ex. cat. Portland, Oregon: The Reed Institute, Reed College
  • 2005, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Ursula Panhans-Bühler, Volker Adolphs, Nina Zimmer, Richard Julin and Elisabeth Millqvist, and Christoph Heinrich), Hamburg: Hamburger Kunsthalle
  • 2003, Mona Hatoum. Oaxaca: Museo de Arte Contemporàneo de Oaxaca
  • 2002, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Tamar Garb, interviews with Janine Antoni and Jo Glencross), Salamanca: Centro de Arte de Salamanca (CASA); Santiago de Compostela: Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea
  • 2002, Mona Hatoum. (essays by Francisco Reyes Palma and María Inés García Canal), Mexico City: Laboratorio Arte Alameda
  • 2001, Mona Hatoum: Domestic Disturbance. (interviews with Janine Antoni and Jo Glencross, essays by Louis Grachos, Laura Steward Heon, and Joseph C. Thompson), North Adams: MASS MoCA; Santa Fe, NM: SITE Santa Fe
  • 2001, Mona Hatoum. (essay by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill), Caracas: Sala Mendoza
  • 2000, Mona Hatoum (essay by Jean-Charles Masséra), Thiers, Reims, Anvers: Le Creux de l’Enfer, Le Collége, Muhka 6
  • 2000, Mona Hatoum: The Entire World as a Foreign Land (essay by Edward W. Said and Sheena Wagstaff), London: Tate Gallery Publishing Ltd.
  • 1999, Mona Hatoum (essay by Giorgio Verzotti), Milan: Charta 1998 Mona Hatoum (essays by Madeleine Schuppli and Briony Fer), Basel: Kunsthalle Basel 1997
  • 1999, Mona Hatoum (essays by Dan Cameron and Jessica Morgan), Chicago: The Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 1999, Mona Hatoum (essays by Michael Archer, Guy Brett, Catherine de Zegher, Piero Manzoni, and Edward Said), London: Phaidon Press
  • 1996, Mona Hatoum (essay by Din Pieters), Amsterdam: De Appel
  • 1994, Mona Hatoum (essays by Jacinto Lageira, Desa Philippi, Nadia Tazi, and Christine van Assche), Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou
  • 1993, Mona Hatoum (essays by Guy Brett and Desa Philippi), Bristol: Arnolfini