Catalogues & Publications (Solo)


Charleston Press No. 6

Exhibition catalogue published by Charleston Trust, Charleston, East Sussex, UK.
Soft cover, printed dust jacket, printed band: Charleston Press, No.6 Langlands & Bell.
96 Pages. Numerous colour illustrations.
Featuring: Introduction by Nathaniel Hepburn; Ideas of Utopia, text: Annabelle Selldorf in conversation with Langlands & Bell;  Jeremy Melvin, The Significance of Utopia; At Charleston, photo essay by Langlands & Bell; Absent Artists, text: Langlands & Bell in conversation with Katrin Bellinger & Anita Sganzerla; Near Heaven installation in Vanessa Bell’s attic studio at Charleston by Langlands & Bell with photographs by Richard Waite.
Designed by Playne Design. Printed by Pureprint.


Langlands & Bell: Degrees of Truth

Exhibition Catalogue – Book published by Sir John Soane’s Museum, London.
Hardcover, linen-bound, 96 Pages, numerous colour illustrations.
Foreword by Director Bruce Boucher. Text, a long-form conversation between the artists and Senior Curator of Exhibitions Owen Hopkins.
Full documentation.
Designed by Herman Lelie and Stefania Bonelli.
£24.95  Soane Museum Shop


Internet Giants : Masters of the Universe

Exhibition Catalogue published by Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
40 Pages, Numerous colour illustrations.
Foreword by Jonathan Watkins.  Essay, The Forensic Symbol by Anthony Vidler.
Interview  A Very Manipulative Business with Dr Hans-Michael Herzog,
Full documentation.
Designed by Herman Lelie and Stefania Bonelli.
Available from Ikon Gallery Bookshop


Infinite Loop

Exhibition Catalogue, 56 pages, 70 colour illustrations and full documentation.
Interview with Langlands & Bell by Harry Laughland.
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London
Available from Alan Cristea Gallery Bookshop


Frank Pick : Beauty < Immortality

Introduction, Sam Mullins, Essay Background Elizabeth Scott.
Essay A Contemporary View by Jonathan Glancey.
Interview with Langlands & Bell, Beauty < Immortality by Eleanor Pinfield.
Essay Langlands & Bell : The Strong Stare by Penny Johnson CBE.
Poem Pick by Ben Okri
Published by London Transport Museum, London, UK


Mode(l)s of Thought: Working Models 1979 – 2014

Boxed set of 12 postcards with photos of working models for sculpture.
Published by Harlow Art Trust, Harlow, UK.


Langlands & Bell, Virtual World 2008
Published by Louisa Guiness Gallery, London, UK

Langlands & Bell: Films & Animations 1978 – 2008
Exhibition Catalogue
Introduction by Pat Fisher,
Essay Remote Control by Chrissie Iles,
Published by Talbot Rice Gallery Edinburgh, UK

A Muse Um
Boxed set of 10 postcards illustrating 9 prints + colophon page
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, UK

Moving World
Introductions by Chris Elliot, Paul Hobson,
Essay Moving World (Night & Day) by Anna Moszinska
Published by Contemporary Art Society & BAA, London, UK


Superactive i2i
Exhibition Catalogue
Introductions by Gwyn Miles, Jenny Waldman,
Essay Superactive i2i by Ana Finel Honigman
Published by Somerset House, London, UK

Langlands & Bell – the EYE
The Eye film is an interview based artist’s profile and survey of their work and ideas which offers a rare and personal insight into their influences and creative processes. It features the artists in discussion together with numerous works and sequences captured at key exhibitions and installations.
DVD: PAL: Region O: widescreen: running time 26 minutes approx.
Published by Illuminations, London, UK


La Casa de Osama bin Laden
Exhibition catalogue.
Conversation, Victor Hugo Acuna, Langlands & Bell, Virginia Perez-Ratton, Marlo Trejos.
Published by TEOR/eTica, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Exhibition Catalogue.
32 pages, 16 Colour illlustrations
Essay domain by Michael Stanley
Published by Milton Keynes Gallery, Central Milton Keynes, UK
Available from Milton Keynes Gallery
ISBN 0-9544715-5-5


The House of Osama bin Laden
Artists Book by Langlands & Bell.
300 pages, 297 Colour photographs.
Texts by Langlands & Bell, Conor Foley and Angela Weight.
Published by Thames & Hudson, London, UK
ISBN 0-500-28565-9

world wide
10 cards in a printed slip-case
9 colour illustrations + colophon
Text by Alan Cristea
Edition 1000 copies
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, UK
Available from Alan Cristea Gallery or Langlands & Bell

Re awakening
Langlands & Bell at Mount Stuart, Exhibition catalogue.
48 pages, 12 Colour illlustrations, 2 Black & White illustrations.
Essays by Charlotte Edwards and Tim Knox.
Photos by Ian Hunter and Christoph Kicherer.
Published by The Mount Stuart Trust, Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland, UK.
Available from Mount Stuart,
ISBN 0 9544748 1 3


Artists Book by Langlands & Bell.
Featuring installations at Volume! in Rome by Langlands & Bell and Sol LeWitt.
102 Pages, 36 Colour illlustrations, 8 Black & White illustrations.
Texts on Langlands & Bell and Sol Le Witt by Mario Codognato.
Published by Volume! Associazione Culturale Franco Nucci, Rome, Italy.
Available from Langlands & Bell.

The Artists Studio
Langlands & Bell at Petworth – Turner Studio Residency Exhibition.
Artists Book by Langlands & Bell.
48 pages with 41 colour illustrations.
Essay by Giles Waterfield.
Published by The National Trust, UK.
Available from: The National Trust, Petworth House, West Sussex, UK.
T: +44 (0)1798 342207. F: +44 (0)1798 342 963.

Langlands & Bell : Snap Art Collection.
28 Colour & Black & White illustrations.
Amus Arts Press, 2002. SAC-004 1350.
B1 Ohe Building 2-B-1 Nishitemma Kita-ku Osaka 530-047 Japan.
T: +81 06 4709 7082. F: +81 4709 7084.

Langlands & Bell – Language of Places
Exhibition catalogue.
40 pages, 28 illustrations, 13 in colour.
Essay by Marco Livingstone.
Published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, UK.
Available from: Alan Cristea Gallery, 31 Cork Street, London W1S 3NU.
T: +44 (0)20 7439 1866. F: +44 (0)20 7734 1549. E:


Frozen Sky. Langlands & Bell
Artists Book
100 pages, Slip case. Edition 3000, 100 signed copies.
Published by CCA Kitakyushu and Korinsha Press, Japan.
ISBN4-7713-3404-8 C0070.
Available from: CCA Kitakyushu, Kitakyushu. Japan
T: +81-93 663-1615. F: +81-93-663-1610. E: and Art Data, London.
T: +44 (0)20 8747 1061. F: +44 (0)20 8742 2319. E:


Langlands & Bell
Exhibition Catalogue
148 pages, 67 illustrations, 48 in colour.
Essay “Langlands & Bell, The Transparency of Architecture” by Germano Celant
Interview with Langlands & Bell by Hans-Michael Herzog.
Both texts in English and German (Spanish and Basque translations available separately).
Published by Serpentine Gallery, London, UK; Kunsthalle Bielefeld Germany; Grey Art Gallery, New York, USA.
Available from: and Art Data, London.
T: +44 (0)20 8747 1061. F: +44 (0)20 8742 2319. E:

Langlands & Bell – Surrounding Time an interactive retrospective
Explore the work of Langlands & Bell in depth informed by the explanations of the artists themselves and the thoughts and opinions of a selection of writers, critics, curators and other individuals. This CD also includes the artist’s films The Kitchen 1978 and Borough Market 1986.
Interactive CD ROM (PC-MAC) Published by Serpentine Gallery, London, UK.

Langlands & Bell – profil d’une collection
40 pages, 8 black & white illustrations.
Essay in French & English by Jean Marc Huitorel, “L’ombre blanche, Introduction a L’oeuvre de Langlands & Bell”.
Published by FRAC Basse-Normandie, Caen, France.
Available from: FRAC Basse-Normandie 9 Rue Vaubenard, 14000 Caen, France.
T: + 33-4-31-93-09-00.


Surrounding Time
Artists Book/Exhibition Catalogue.
106 pages, 58 illustrations, 12 colour, 46 in black & white.
Essays Temporal Logography by Marie-Ange Brayer, and At the End of Order by Brian Hatton
in English and French.
Published by FRAC Region Centre, Orleans, France.
Available from: FRAC Region Centre Orleans, 12 rue de la Tourneuve, Orleans, France.
T: +33-2-38-62-52-00. F: +33-2-38-62-21-80.


Langlands & Bell (Works 1986-1991)
111 pages, 22 colour & 28 black and white illustrations.
Essay Langlands & Bell by Adrian Dannatt in English, German and Italian.
Published by Galerie Luis Campana, Frankfurt; Valentina Moncada, Rome; Interim Art, London. 1991.
Available from: Art Data, London, UK. T: +44 (0)20 8747 1061. F: +44 (0)20 8742 2319.   and Langlands & Bell.


Langlands & Bell
25 pages, 14 black and white illustrations.
Essay by Ashley Hicks.
Published by Galerie Luis Campana, Frankfurt; Interim Art, London.
Available from: Langlands & Bell.


Langlands & Bell : White November
Exhibition Catalogue.
18 pages, 14 black and white illustrations.
Text by Langlands & Bell
Published by The Air Gallery, London, UK


Langlands & Bell : The Ruined Book
Exhibition Catalogue.
18 pages, 14 black and white illustrations.
Published by Bookworks, London.