Reviews

2017

The Telegraph Rude words appear on giant art project Telegraph Reporters, Aug

ArtNet Send Nudes’: A UK Art Project Sarah Cascone, Aug

The Mirror City of Culture’s tidal art project Lucy Thorton, Aug

The Sun Breaking Nudes Editor, Aug

BBC News  Newspaper Headlines Staff, Aug

The Times  The Times Diary Kaya Burgess, Aug

BBC 5 Live Drive Time interview with Andrew Knight  Phil Williams, Aug

CNN Futuristic domes let you experience world’s worst pollution Alicia Kirby, June
The Telegraph Art installation captures the unique scents Christopher Beanland, June
Live Science (USA) Take a Whiff of Cities’ Unique Smells Mindy Weisberger, June

Interior Design (USA) 7 Environmentally Engaging Art Installations Athena Waligore, July

Asian Paint’s Colour Quotient  Olfactory excursion to five cities of the world  Preksha Sharma, July

Nordic Journal of Science and Technology (No) Front Cover Ivana Suboticki, July
About Design World (In)Sniffing in Pollution Pod Anjani Maharana, June
Mother Nature Network (USA)This is art for your nose Matt Hickman, June
AccuWeather (USA) Bizarre Art Installation Jillian MacMath, July
ORF (At) Austrian national public service radio, Johnny’s Journeys Johnny Bliss, July
FAD Pollution Pods by the artist Michael Pinsky Mark Westall, June
The Spaces Pollution pods recreate the smells of the city Betty Wood, June
Gemini (No) Stinky city air as climate art Vibeke Ann Pettersen, June
NRK Radio (No)Her kan du oppleve forurenset byluft i igloo Grete Thobroe, June
The Smithsonian (USA) Art Recreates the Smell of Cities Jason Daley, June
NRK TV (No) Distriktsnyheter Midtnytt News, June
Postimees (Ee) Hinga ühes linnas veel nelja linna õhku Minna Joor, June
NRK Radio (No) Distriktsprogram – Trøndelag Håkon Hallingstad, June
NRK Newton (No) LYDIA PUSTER INN HELE VERDEN! Lydia Gieselmann, June
LS:N Global Art installation captures the scent of five cities Rhiannon McGregor, June
Cultured (USA) Michael Pinsky’s World Brook Mason, June

#Legend Stop and smell pollution in Norway Editor, June

Getty Images Day 3 Starmus Festival Michael Campanella, June

Billfold It’s pollution but in Pod form Nicole Deiker, June

Fox News (USA) Bizzarre Art Installation Editor, June

Culture & Life Pollution Pods installation  Andrew Soar, June

Green Screen  Cúpulas que simulan el ambiente contaminado de varias ciudade  Eduardo Berrueco, July

AirisLife Even Air Pollution can Create Something Positive Christine, June

Vix (Sp) Estas cápsulas son una instalación Valentina, June

Finsight (Hk)  “Pollution Pods” Allows Visitors to Experience the World’s Worst Pollution Editor, June

Warp(Sp) Conoce más de Climart Eugenia Flores, June

El Noticiero(Sp) Así se vive en las cuatro ciudades más contaminadas del mundo Editor, July

Milenio(Sp) En Noruega, artista encierra contaminación en cápsulas Editor, July

White Media (Jp) What’s the dome? Reika Hirota, July

Universitets Avisa (No) Forskere lar Starmus-gjester oppleve kraftig forurensning Kristoffer Furberg, May
Art Monthly
 Letter From Hull Laura Robertson, April

The Guardian  Wreckers of civilisation Adrian Searle, Feb

BBC News  The City Speaks lights up tidal barrier  Editor, Feb

AJJ Press  Michael Pinsky – The City Speaks Jeremy Hunt, Feb

The Hull Daily Mail Hull’s tidal barrier transformed J Campbell, Feb

Art Rabbit Welcome to Hull Annette Rotz, Feb

Yorkshire Magazine Artist Michael Pinsky transforms Hull Tidal Barrier , Feb

BBC Radio Humberside The City Speaks – Michael Pinsky Clair Crooks, Feb

Viking FM The City Speaks Alex Duffy & Emma Louise Jones, Feb

Artlyst The City of Culture Off to a Strong Start Editor, Feb

2016

Book  Catching a train on the Move Marsha Bradfield & Lucy Tomlins, Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre ISBN 978-0-9930736-3-2

Artlyst  Hull City Of Culture: Rembrandt To Turner Prize Highlights  Paul Carter Robinson, Sept

The Independent  High Culture in the Low Countries  Christopher Beanland, July

PaperJam (Lu)  Public Art Experience dévoilée Céline Coubray, July

Book (USA)  Landscape Theory in Design  Susan Herrington, Routledge ISBN 978-0-415-70595-0

Book  Form, art and environment  N. Blanc, B. Benish, Routledge  ISBN 978-1138960404

Book (Be) Man Made: door de mens gemaakt Tim Joye, Benoit Strubbe ISBN 978-9492081636

Sculpture (USA)  I’m Laughing at Clouds Editor, April

AMC Architecture (Fr)  L’eau Qui Dort  Karine Guilbert, Feb

2015

New York Times (USA)  In Paris, Art Confronts 2 Crisis  Elian Peltier, Dec

Liberation (Fr)  Michael Pinsky redonne vie aux déchets du canal de l’Ourcq  Camille McOuat, Dec

Le Monde (Fr)  La COP21 Versant artistique  Emmanuelle Jardonnet, Dec

Le Monde (Fr)  COAL, quand l’art investit la question écologique  Editor, Dec

Liberation (Fr)  Climat: L’art en immersion  Clémentine Gallot, Dec

FranceInter (Fr)  Journal de 9h  Hélène Fily, Dec

LCI News (Fr)  “Expo in the City”: les coups de cœur culture  Fleur Baudon, Dec 

New Scientist  Paris climate talks: can a global cultural festival help?  Liz Else and Simon Ings, Dec

France 2 Telematin (Fr) Tout the événements cultural autour de la COP 21  News, Dec

Le Figaro (Fr)  Michael Pinsky L’eau qui dort  News, Dec

Liberation (Fr)  Michael Pinsky – Levée de fonds Clémentine Gallot, Dec

L’OEIL (Fr) Les artists qui changent le monde  Editor, Dec

Le Parisien (Fr) Paris : les épaves du canal de l’Ourcq transformées en œuvre d’art  E.L.M, Dec

Mobility Magazine (Eu) Michael Pinsky – The Art of Waste  Lesley Brown, Dec

Les Echos (Fr) COP21 : les artistes s’engagent Editor, Dec

La République de l’art (Fr) L’art à l’heure de la COP 21 Patrick Scemama, Dec

20 mins  (Fr) Les gros déchets remis à flot  Fabrice Pouliquen, Dec  

RFI Les Voix du Monde  (Fr) Le journal de la COP21 Christophe Paget, Dec 

La Croix (Fr) Michael Pinsky redonne vie aux déchets du canal de l’Ourcq Paula Pinto Gomes, Dec

Metro News (Fr) Les artistes font la pluie et le beau temps autour de la COP21 Judith Korber, Dec

British Delices & Blinis Russes (Fr) Un caddie, un vélo, des panneaux, c’est l’eau qui dort Editor, Dec

Orange Télé (Fr) La tendance culturelle: L’Artcop 21  Karine Vergniol, Dec    

Le Journal du Dimanche (Fr)  L’art au service de la terre  Marie-Anne Kieber, Nov

A Nous Paris (Fr)  COP21 L’art pour le dire  William Toussaint, Nov

Grazia (Fr)  Quand l’art se met au service de la COP21  Pauline Pellissier, Nov

Le Soir (Be)  Parcours d’artistes pour la COP21 Editor, Nov

20 mins  (Fr) L’eau qui dort, l’exposition qui ressuscite les déchets du canal de l’Ourcq  Fabrice Pouliquen, Nov  

Télérama (Fr)  Y a comme un froid! Marine Relinger, Nov

L’Événementiel (Fr)  L’Quelque Événements…  News, Nov

Les Nautes de Paris (Fr)  Michael Pinsky anime le canal de l’Ourcq Marie-Christine, Nov

The Untitled Magazine (Fr)  Méfions-nous de « l’eau qui dort ».. Gaspard Claude, Nov

Le Parisien (Fr) Les Tendance, Culture  Editor, Nov

Le Quotidian de l’art (Fr) COP21 : l’art rejoint l’écologie  Roxana Azimi, Nov

L’Officiel Art (Fr)  L’Corps-a-corps avec la bien-pensance  Julie Chaizemartin, Sept     

World Architecture News  Hull spruces up for year of culture Gail Taylor, Aug 

Art Trade Journal (Cn)  The Community of the Future Mei Huang, July    

Tablet 2.0 (It)  Of Lights & Spaces Damien Killeen, July      

Book (Pt)  There is Nothing  Claudia Galhos, ISBN 978-989-95397-6-1

Monograph (Cn)  Survey – Michael Pinsky  Mei Huang, Helena Reckitt, ISBN 978-2-915823-23-3

ART 15 Newspaper  Art for Good  Editor, April

Archiduc (Lu)  Belval Chouchoute les Artistes Céline Coubray, April

Radio Luxembourg (Lu)  Fond Belval PAE Editor, April

London Live  Art 15 News, April

Book  Traffic-Free Cycle Rides  Wendy Johnson, ISBN 978-1-901389-96-8

Center for the Future of Museums (USA)  Trendswatch 2015  Sylvea Hollis, Feb

Radio 100.7 (Lu)  Allgemeng Beschreiwung Elizabeth Merritt, Feb

Artlyst London Curators direct Behave  Editor, Jan

Réseau ArtActuel (Fr) PAE – Behave  Editor, Jan

2014

Art and Architecture Journal Residencies for Artists  Jeremy Hunt, Dec

The Art Newspaper (Cn)  Survey  Front Cover, May

Bazaar Art Survey Editor, May

Le Monde (Fr) PRIX Coal Anne-Sophie Novel, Apr

Le Courrier de l’architecte (Fr) Palmares Prix Coal Editor, Apr

Chengdu Shang Bao (Cn) Survey  Editor, Apr

Chengdu Zapbao (Cn)  Survey  Editor, Apr

Luxemburger Wort (Lu)  Residence d’artistes a Esch-Belval Editor, Feb

Culture Lu (Lu)  Curatorial Duo as directors of Public Art experience Editor, Feb

2013 

Urban Design  Kings, Swings, Pings, Wings and Rings Michael Pinsky, Oct

Wallpaper  Case Studies Editor, Aug

GQ  Station to Station Lee Gale, June

Building Design Vast trompe l’oeil arc-en-ciel  Elizabeth Hopkirk, May

Blouin ArtInfo Varini Unveils Giant Stencil Rob Sharp, May

The Independent Varini King’s Cross Jay Merrick, May 

Archilovers Across the Buildings May

Sculpture  Plunge Editor, April

Blueprint  Black Maria Shumi Bose, Mar

Financial Times  Black Maria Edwin Heathcote, Mar  

The Guardian  Black Maria Oliver Wainwright, Mar

Public Art Online  Black Maria Editor, Feb

2012 

Foreign Policy We Are All Venetians Now Frank Jacobs, Dec

Greenpeace  Plunge 2012 Editor, Aug

Health Check, BBC World Service Fidget Claudia Hammond, July

BBC News Exercise and the science of sitting Editor, June

You and Yours, Radio 4 Fidget Winifred Robinson, June

Art and Christianity Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva and Michael Pinsky Sheona Beaumont, May

The Guardian In Praise of … Plunge Giles Frazer, Mar

Space (KR) Warning for Global Climate Change Yoon Han, Mar

BBC News Blue Rings on London Landmarks Editor, Feb

CNN The eco artists turning trash into treasure George Webster, Mar

AN Magazine Visions of an underwater City Gillian Nicol, Mar

Daily Mail London landmarks ringed with blue.. Damien Gayle, Feb

Le Cool Herbert Wright Looks Twice: Plunge Herbert Wright, Mar

Civil Engineering Artist shines light on sea level rise News, Mar

Capital Magazine London gets a digital drowning News, Mar

Evening Standard London lights up for new art series News, Feb

Londonist New Installations Light Up London’s Columns Matt Brown Feb

Despoke Magazine Plunge by Michael Pinsky Mark Westall, Feb

Who’s Jack Plunge, New London Installations News, Feb

Art & Architecture Journal Press Michael Pinsky – Plunge Jeremy Hunt, Feb

Inhabitat Blue Rings on Famous London Monuments Bridgette Meinhold, Feb

ashdenizen Plunge by Michael Pinsky Robert Butler, Feb

Public Art Online Plunge by Michael Pinsky News, Feb

London Loves Business Art is lighting up London Kevin Wilson, Feb

Julie’s Bicycle Pinsky imagines London’s underwater future Sholeh Johnston, Feb

Co.Exist Plunge: A look at how Climate Change with Ravige London Ariel Schwartz, Feb

Treehugger With London Monuments, Artist Shows Just How High Sea Levels Will Be Bonnie Alter, Feb

Public Art Network Michael Pinsky climate change Public art project Suzanne Heath, Feb

Responding to Climate Change Rising sea levels mapped across London through art Tierney Smith, Feb

Smart Planet London art installation shows sea levels of the future Sarah Korones, Feb

The Telegraph (Aus) New Atlantis Tim Blair, Feb

Yahoo News Plunge Suzanne Plunkett, Feb

Climate Central Artist Takes Plunge in Depicting Extreme Sea Level Rise Andrew Freeman, Feb

Ikon Magazine Relay Riya Patel, Jan

The Tablet Intersection Laura Gascoigne, Jan

2011 

Oxford Art Online Public Art in the 21st C Jeremy Hunt & Jonathan Vickery, Mar

Aesthetica Sterile Environments Angela Derby, June

Paper Visual Art Journal Sterile Environment Niamh Dunphy, June

derStandard (At) Ein Haaropfer fur die Wiener Perucke Helmut Ploebst, July

derStandard (At) Begegnungen mit Mythen… Helmut Ploebst, July

FALTER (At) Making of Wien-Perück Gerhard Stöger, July

ORF (AT) Austrian national public service television news-Wien-Perücke July

The Times Everyone’s talking about it: A Winter of Light Ed Potten, Oct

Time Out Close encounters of the absurd kind Sonya Barber, Nov

Independent Neon cage hangs over London’s King’s Cross Matilda Battersby, Nov

Design Week Identified Flying Object Angus Montgomery, Nov

Architect’s Journal Rival launches flying artwork in King’s Cross Kirsten Bruce, Nov

Architecture Today Relay Editor, Nov

Art and Architecture Journal IFO. Relay, King’s Cross Jeremy Hunt, Nov

World Architecture Cage artwork raises the bar in London Sian Disson, Nov

2010 

Book On Roads: A Hidden History Joe Moran ISBN 9781846680526 

Mobility Porte Cochére Lesley Brown, Sept

BBC Radio Scotland Radio Café Carol Purcell, Mar

The Scotsman Swim through pool artwork Editor, Mar

2009 

Building Cabe party games News, Sept

France 3 Kortrijk Congé Television Interview, July

AN Magazine, Bus Stop 73a Sue Jones,June

Public Art Directory, Michael Pinsky, Bus Stop 73a News, June

Sculpture (USA), Liverpool Biennale Elizabeth Lynch, June

Book Panacea JJ Charlesworth, Michael Stanley, E Toussaint, ISBN 978 085432 862 8 

Monograph  Michael Pinsky JJ Charlesworth, Jane Rendallt, ISBN 978 085432 863 5

2008 

Frieze Three by Three Coline Milliard, Dec

Green Places Review of the Year Front Cover, Dec

Green Places Title Author Genre Mel Armstrong, Dec

Art and Architecture The Lost O Notes, Autumn

AN Magazine Lost O Image Feature, Oct

The Guardian Things that make you go hmmm… Saba Salman, Oct

Book Lost O Richard Cork, ISBN 978-0-9560275-0-4, Oct

Darmstadter Echo (Ger) Verlonren Gegangen Sybille Maxheimer, Aug

Book Signs and Symbols Richard Cork, ISBN 978-2-940361-90-8, June

2007

Sculpture (USA) The Course Elizabeth Lynch, Dec

Public Art Review (USA) Culture Tanks on the Lawn of Society Jeremy Hunt, Dec

Public Art Review (USA) UK Recent Projects Jeremy Hunt, Dec

Green Places Pedestrian Heart Judith Calver, Dec

Arts Professional Memorable Journeys Andrew Knight, Dec

Greenpeace Magazin (Ger) Amphibsche Welt Editor, Dec

Book (Pt) Fluidity & Sense of Place Gabriela Vaz-Pinheiro, ISBN 978 989 95397 2 3, Nov

Book (Pt) Cities of Dance Luis Firmo, ISBN 978 989 95397 1 6, Oct

Cimaise (Fr) Troubles de la Circulation Neel Chrillesen, Oct

BBC Radio 4 The People’s Plinth Interview with Jolyon Jenkins (extracts), Oct

Blueprint The Lost O Gwen Webber, Sept

CBC National Canadian Radio Interview Jian Ghomeshi, July

Amarillo Stop in the name of art, just don’t crash Sally Vaughan, July

Radio 4 Woman’s Hour Interview w/ Bryony GrahamVictoria Hannaford, July

BBC National News Road signs turned into Art David Sillito, July  Hi-Res Video   

Daily Telegraph The Fast Show Alistair Sooke, July

Design Week Signs of Life, art ousts cars Front Cover, July

The Daily Mail A Crash Course in Art Rebecca Camber, July

Green Places Ashford’s Lost O Editor, July

RUDI Lost O – Artists inspire urban transformation News, July

BBC Website Post-it’ building’s graffiti art News, July

BBC News South East Today News Feature, July

The Guardian Danger! Art on Show Maev Kennedy, July

Design Week Mixed Signals Fiona Sibley, July   

Le Devoir Les cyclistes du Tour de France Isalbelle Paré, June

The Times The road less travelled Louise Cohen, June

The Daily Mail Artworks drive motorists round the bend News, June

Art MonthlyTour d’Ashford Ian Hunt, June

Daily Telegraph Catch This Ian Aitch, June

Evening StandardArtist’s sign drives motorists mad David Williams, June

Metro Going round the bend News, June      

Design Week The Course Mike Exon, March

Art Review PanaceaHothouse David Osbaldeston, Jan  

SEED Artspeak Natalie Jeremijenko, Jan 

2006

Sculpture Weather Cluster Laura Dillon, Dec 

24 Hour Museum PanaceaHothouse Kay Carson, Dec 

Neo 2 Panacea Hothouse Sofia Dos Santos, Nov 

Time Out Panacea Hothouse Rob Haynes, Oct

The Guardian Panacea Hothouse Robert Clark , Oct 

Blueprint Panacea Hothouse Peter Kelly, Oct 

Creative Review Come Hell…Pick of the Month, Aug 

AN Magazine Climate Change Cultural Change Davy Smith, Aug 

Art & Architecture Journal Idea Generation Jeremy Hunt, Summer  part 2

Vision A New Kind of Forcast Editor, Summer 

Untitled Panacea Superspa Marina Vishmidt, July 

Resurgence Interpreting the World Clive Adams, July 

Detours Curating the Local Jeremy Hunt, June  part 2

Metro Climate Change: Cultural Change Amy Rudd , June 

BBC News Online Cars are Turned into Floating Art June 

Daily Mirror The Big Picture Editor, June 

Metro Driven to Abstraction Christopher Collett, May 

2005 

AN Magazine Coast Paul Stone, December 

Blueprint Weather Cluster Henrietta Thompson, December 

Design Week Weather Cluster Michael Exon, November 

Art & Architecture Journal Hidden Agendas Dr Gillian Whiteley, Autumn 

Contemporary Panacea Natasha Edwards, Oct 

Art Monthly Panacea Jennifer Thatcher, Sept 

AN Magazine Good exhibtion practice Stephanie Delcroix, Sept 

C’est la vie Panacea Ref article (Korean), Sept 

AN Magazine Wellbeing Examined Sue Jones, Aug 

MAPJourney to Tours Duncan Mclaren, Mar  part 2

Archistorm l’art d’etre bien, Christophe Le Gac, Mar  part 2

Art & Architecture Journal Pontis Andrew Knight, Feb 

2004

AN Magazine Coast Will Bolton, October 

Fusion The Artist and the Architect Hugh Pearman, Oct 

La Republique Les luninaires… Claire Damon, Oct 

Content.net Web3Dart Adam Nash, Aug 

The Independent Tyne takes on Titian … Gulbenkian prize Louise Jury, Jan 

2003

AN Magazine Charting a course Jane Watt, July 

Catalogue Is it complete? Gavin Wade, May 

The Times Gannin te Wallsend? Andrew Norfolk, March 

The Guardian Welcome to Segedunum,Martin Wainwright, March 

BBC News Online Latin Lessons for Tyneside travellers March 

The Daily Telegraph Metro passengers … vomitoruim Paul Stokes, March 

2002

AN Magazine Breaking the Surface Stephanie Delcroix, July 

FIVE Moving Realities Stephanie Delcroix, May 

AN Magazine Signpost Emma Safe, May 

2001

Blueprint Glass Donuts Kate Greaves, Dec 

AN Magazine Radical Proposals Susan Jones, Dec 

Mute DeepRoot Karen Elliot, Nov 

Mailout Year of the Artist Jules Cadie, May 

2000 

AN Magazine Distance yearning Susan Jones, Dec 

Time Out In Transit Martin Herbert, Nov 

1999

Creative Camera Mixed legacy CYMAR Caroline Smith, Oct 

Flux Transparent Room Rich Jevons, Sept 

Creative Camera Transparent Room Caroline Smith, May 

The Guardian Transparent Room Robert Clark, Jan 

1998 

Live Art Magazine The Transparent Room Natasha Yee-king, Jan 

Catalogue Images to Infinity Helen Sloan, Apr  part2, part3, part4