Monographs

2017

Glenn Brown: After Life. Amsterdam: WBOOKS/Museum Het Rembrandthuis. Text by Hans den Hertog Jager, Lidewij de Koekoek and David de Witt.

Joy Division. London: Enitharmon Press. Text by Michael Bracewell. Poems by Lavinia Greenlaw.

 

2016

Glenn Brown. Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center. Text by James Clifton and Jeff Fleming. Interview with Steven Matijcio.

Glenn Brown: Suffer Well. Arles: Fonation Vincent van Gogh Arles. Text by Bice Curiger and Judicael Lavrador. Interview with Bice Curiger.

 

2015

Glenn Brown: 36 Drawings and a Sculpture. London: Gagosian Gallery. Text by Xavier Solomon.

Glenn Brown: Drawings. Paris: Galerie Max Hetzler. Text by Andreas Schalhorn.

Glenn Brown. London: Gagosian Gallery. Text by Rudi Fuchs.

Glenn Brown and Rebecca Warren. Vancouver: Rennie Collection. Text by John Chilver and Dominic Eichler.

 

2011 

Glenn Brown. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler. Text by Jean-Marie Gallais.

 

2009

Glenn Brown. London: Tate. Edited by Francesco Bonami and Christoph Grunenberg; texts by Lawrence Sillars and Michael Stubbs.

Glenn Brown: Etchings (Portraits). London: Ridinghouse. Text by John-Paul Stonnard.

Glenn Brown: Three Exhibitions. London: Gagosian Gallery and Rizzoli. Texts by Rochelle Steiner, Michael Bracewell and David Freedberg.

 

2008

Glenn Brown. Vienna: Kunsthistoriches Museum. Edited by Wilfried Seipel; Interview by Katarzyna Uszynska.

 

2007

Glenn Brown. New York: Gagosian Gallery. Text by Michael Bracewell. 

 

2006

Glenn Brown. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler and Holzwarth Publications. Text by Tom Morton.

 

2004

Glenn Brown. London: Serpentine Gallery. Text by Alison Gingeras; interview by Rochelle Steiner.

Glenn Brown. New York: Gagosian Gallery. Text by David Freedberg.

 

2000

Glenn Brown. Bignan, France: Domaine de Kerguéhennec. Texts by Terry R. Myers and Frédéric Paul; interview by Stephen Hepworth.

 

1999

Glenn Brown. London: Jerwood Gallery. Text by Ian Hunt.

 

1996

Glenn Brown. Hexham, England: Queen’s Hall Arts Centre; London: Karsten Schubert. Text by Phil King; interview by Marcelo Spinelli.