Artist Bio

Born in Bournemouth (UK) in 1971, he lives and works in London.
Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, London.

He is a Reader at the Slade of Fine Art, UCL, London.

Exhibitions

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS / FILM FESTIVALS / PROJECTS IN PUBLIC SPACE

2017
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, Le FIFA (The International Festival of Films on Art), Montreal, CAN

2016
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, 24th Edition of Camerimage – International Film Festival – Nominated in the Documentary Feature Competition, Bydgoszcz, POL
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, International Film Festival Rotterdam – part of the ‚Blind Spot‘ programme, selected by Edwin Carels, Rotterdam, NL
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Hawick, Scottish Borders, SCT

2015
– „Skill“, MIMA, Middlesbrough, UK
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, Queen’s House, Royal Museums Greenwich, London, UK
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, CPH:DOX – Nominated for the international DOX:AWARD, Copenhagen
– „Unseen: The Lives of Looking“, Cinema Premiere at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK

2014
– „Poised“, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK
– „Skill“, project in public space – a film in 12 parts, billboard poster sites, outside screenings and a website. Various venues across East Durham and on-line. Commissioned by East Durham Creates, produced by Forma Arts, East Durham, UK
– „Wander“, project in public space – 100 etched stainless steel plates, embedded into the pavement in Cambridge’s new travel interchange, commissioned by Brookgate, part of the CB1 development 2012, Cambridge, UK
– „Breathe“, project in public space – An animation of over 1,300 drawing projected from the roof of St Thomas‘ Hospital, London, next to Westminster Bridge and opposite the Houses of Parliament, commissioned by ‚Invisible Dust‘, London, UK

2011
– „Coax“, Fotoforum West, Innsbruck, AT
– „Coax“, Raum mit Licht, Vienna, AT
– „Portrait of the Warden – Steve Nickell“, commissioned by Nuffield College, Oxford, UK

2010
– „Who am I?“, Gallery at the Science Museum, London, UK
– „Linear“, project in public space – commissioned by Art on the Underground – 60 pencil portraits of Jubilee Line Staff and 60 films recording the drawings being made. Presented across the London Underground network on poster sites, leaflets and digital video dislays, with exhibition sites at Southwark, London Bridge and Stanmore Underground stations

2009
– „Cast“, Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, SWE

2008
– „Cast“, Photographers‘ Gallery, London, UK
– „12 Portraits“, project in public space – 12 etched plates installed in the central atrium of the development at Cabot Circus retail centre, part of the Bs1 development, Bristol, UK

2007
– „The Calvert Centre Project“, project in public space – 20 portrait drawings, photographically enlarged and permanently installed in the centre in Hull, UK
– „Flight“, Feldman Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA

2006
– „Portrait Perspectives“, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
– „Sustained Endeavour“, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
– „Flight“, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK

2005
– „Dryden Goodwin“, Pro-Arte, St Petersburg, RUS
– „Repton A.B.C“ – exhibition with Tony Grisoni, Woburn Square, Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK

2004
– „Dryden Goodwin“, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
– „Draw in/Draw out“ , New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
– „Stay“, Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset, UK

2003
– „Dilate“, Manchester Art Gallery, commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella, Manchester, UK
– „Reveal“, Lacock Abbey Wiltshire, commissioned by Picture This and South West Screen, Lacock, UK

2002
– „Closer“, Art Now commission, Tate Britain, London, UK

2000
– „Dryden Goodwin Wait, Drawn to Know“, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK

1999
– „Dryden Goodwin – New Work“, Galerie Frahm, Copenhagen, DK
– „Dryden Goodwin – Recent Video Work“, Mid-Pennine Arts, Lancashire, UK

1998
– „SOLO X 9: Artists in Clerkenwell“, Berry House, London, UK

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017
– „Air: Visualising the Invisible In British Art 1768 – 2017”, RWA Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK
– „I want, I want! – Art and Technology”, selection from the Arts Council Collection, Museum and Art Gallery, curated by Deborah Smith, Birmingham Museums, UK
– „Flaherty Film Seminar, New York City, BROKEN SENSES” at The Anthology Film Archive, programmed by Ruth Somali, New York, USA
– „Colloqium of Unpopular Culture”, curated by Sukhdev Sandu, part of the Draper Interdisciplinary Masters Programme at NYU, New York University, USA
– „Pose – Galerie Springmann, Berlin, Germany

2016
– „Precarious Nature“, COCA, Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, NZ
– „Stories in the Dark“ (part of the Whitstable Biennale 2016), Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury, UK
– „Up/Down“, Holden Gallery, Manchester, UK

2015
– „Work, Rest and Play: British Photography from the 1960s until Today“ – curated by The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK / touring China 2015-2016

2013
– „Poster Art 150: London Underground’s Greatest Designs“, London Transport Museum, London, UK
– „Canary Wharf Screen“, Canary Wharf Underground Station, Canary, ES

2012
– „Everything Flows: The Art of Being in the Zone“, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK
– „The World in London“, Photographers’ Gallery, an offsite exhibition showing Victoria Park, London, UK
– „Exquisite Forest“, Tate Modern, London, UK
– „Poetry of Motion“, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
– „Courtship of the Peoples“, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London, UK
– „Born in 1987: The Animated GIF“ – exhibited on ’The Wall’ at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK
– „Canary Wharf Screen“, Closer‘ part of Film and Video Umbrella’s programme ‚The City in the City‘
– „Flight and the Artistic Imagination“, The Art Galleries, Compton Verney, Warwickshire, UK

2011
– „Images of the Mind“, Moravian Gallery, Brno, CZ
– „The Half Shut Door: Artists‘ Soundtracks“, SE8 Gallery, London, UK

2010
– „Grand National – Art from Britain“, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, curated by Charles Danby, Vestfossen, NO

2009
– „Pattern Recognition“, The City Gallery, Leicester, UK
– „London Calling – Who Gets to Run the World“, British Contemporary Art – Hanjiyun Contemporary Space, Beijing, China / Total Museum, Seoul, KR
– „Figuring Landscapes“, launched at Tate Modern, London venues also includet: ArtSway, New Forest / Dundee Contemporary Arts / FACT, Liverpool / Vivid, Birmingham / Showroom, Sheffield / Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff / Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland / Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney, Australia / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia.

2008
– „With the Hand in Mind“, Princeton University Museum, New Jersey, USA

2007
– „Global Cities“ Tate Modern, London, UK
– „Sporting Lives: Contemporary Portraits of Athletes and Olympians“, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK

2006
– „Frank Cohen Collection“, New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
– „His Life is Full of Miracles….“, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
– „Animators“, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK
– „Strangers with Angelic Faces“, Akbank, Istanbul, TR
– „Strangers with Angelic Faces“, Space, London, UK

2005
– „10 year Anniversary Exhibition“, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
– „Cross Town Traffic“, Apeejay New Media Gallery, New Delhi, IN
– „Animators“, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, UK
– „Appearance“, Whitehall Waterfront, Leeds, UK

2004
– Film and Video „Umbrella’s Unlimited Edition“, galleries incl: BCA Gallery, Bedford / Mission Gallery, Swansea / Millais Gallery, Southampton, Hampshire, UK

2003
– „Clandestine“, 50th Venice Biennale, Italy, curated by Director Francesco Bonami in the Arsenale, Venice, IT
– „Century of Artists’ Film in Britain“, Tate Britain, London, UK
– „Cathedral Camera“, commissioned by Canon Bill Hall and The Chaplaincy of the Arts and Recreation, Baltic, Gateshead, UK
– „Sanctuary“, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, SCT

2002

– „Reality Check”, British Council and Photographer’s Gallery international touring exhibition
– Venues included Moderna Galeria, Ljubljana (Slovenia) / Wharf Road, London (UK) / House of Artists, Zagreb (Croatia) / Rudolfinum, Prague (Czech Republic) / The Bunkier Gallery Cracow (Poland) / Arsenals, Riga (Romania)

2001
– „Fantastic Recurrence Of Certain Situations”, Canal de Isabel II, Madrid/Spain curated by the Photographer’s Gallery London, London, UK
– „Film and Video Umbrella’s Unlimited Edition”, Shrewsbury Museum & Art gallery Shrewsbury, UK / Kings Lynn arts Centre, Kings Lynn, UK

2000
– „Drawing”, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
– „Video Positive – The Other Side of Zero”, commissioned by FACT: Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Tate Gallery Liverpool, UK

1999
– „Video Cult/ures“ , ZKM, Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
– „Traffic”, Site Gallery, gallery commission, Sheffield, UK
– „Ikon Touring Exhibition”, Birmingham and surrounding regions, UK
– „The Pandaemonium Festival “, LUX Gallery, London, UK
– „Paved With Gold”, Kettle’s Yard, gallery commission, Cambridge, UK
– „Reel Fiction”, Wigmore Fine Art, London, UK

1997
– „Pulse”, video programme selected by Gillian Wearing, for the Serpentine Gallery Bookshop, London / the Lux Gallery, London, UK
– „The New Contemporaries ’97”, Corner House, Manchester / Camden Arts Centre, London / CCA, Glasgow, UK

1996
– „Fabrica”, collaborative installation with other members of Fabrica – Prato Museum of Contemporary Art, Prato, ITA

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

– MoMA, New York, USA
– Tate Collection, London, UK
– National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
– Arts Council of England, London, UK
– The Science Museum, London, UK
– The British Library, London, UK

FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVALS, SCREENINGS AND TELEVISION BROADCASTS

2015/2016/2017
–  (Please see above)

1995-2014
– Films shown at over 120 national and international festivals, TV broadcasts and screenings, incl: „Rotterdam International Film Festival”, „Tate Modern; Filmmuseum”, Frankfurt, Germany; „Glasgow Film Theatre; Cornerhouse”, Manchester; „Channel 4”; „National Portrait Gallery”; „BBC Big Screen”; „Central Train Station, Oslo”, Norway; „The VideoArtFoundation”, Barcelona; „MTV & MTV 2”; „National Museum of Photography, Film and TV”, Bradford; „Arnolfini”, Bristol; „Moderna Galeria”, Ljubljana, Slovenia; „The Toronto International Video Art Biennial”; „Institute of Contemporary Art”, London; „National Film Theatre”, London; „Sudwestrundfunk”, Germany;  „RAI SAT”, Italy; „British Film Institute”; „Pandaemonium Festival”, London, „LUX”, London; „Melbourne International Film Festival”, Australia; „British Short Film Festival”; „Leeds international Film Festival”

 

PUBLICATIONS AND CATALOGUES

2016
– The Poster Remediated – by David Crawley, published to coincide with 25th International Poster Biennale in Warsaw 2016, Muzeum Plakatu

2014
– New Contemporaries Moving Image 1968-2010

2013
– Poster Art 150 publication, London Underground’s Greatest Designs – Publisher London Transport Museum
– One Thing Leads to Another Everything is Connected: Art on the Underground – Black Dog Publishing, authors Tamsin Dillion, Louise Coysh, Charlotte Bonham-Carter

2011
– Drawing Projects – An Exploration of the Language of Drawing, published by Black Dog Publishing, authors Mick Maslen, Jack Southern
– Images of the Mind – authors Ladislav Kesner, Colleen M. Schmitz, published by Barrister & Principal & Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic

2009
– Cast, monograph published by Steidl and Photowork in association with The Photographer’s Gallery, with essays by Steven Bode, David Chandler and Camilla Brown
– BS1 – a publication to document BS1, a two year programme of creative interventions in response to the evolution of Cabot Circus, Bristol, published by InSite Arts
– The Judith Rothschild Foundation Comtemporary Drawings Collection Catalogue Raisonne – Published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
– Dryden Goodwin in Converstion with Barney Dicker – Animation: an interdisciplinary journal 123. Sage publications volume 4 issue 3

2008
– Figuring Landscapes – Artists‘ moving image from Australia and the UK- edited by Catherine Elwes, Eu Jin Chua and Steven Ball

2006
– the EYE – Dryden Goodwin – a documentary film, made and released by Illuminations.
– A History of Artists‘ Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004 – published by the British Film Institute, written by David Curtis
– Portrait Now – published by the National Portrait Gallery, written by Sandy Nairne and Sarah Howgate
– The Body in Architecture – 010 Publishers, edited by Deborah Hauptmann
– Strangers with Angelic Faces – published by Akbank
– Video Art Tour – Published by I.B. Tauris Catherine Elwes with forward by Sharin Neshat

2005
– Minigraph: Dryden Goodwin – selected works 1994-2004 monograph and DVD – with essays by Sean Cubitt and Sophie Howarth, published by Film and Video Umbrella

2003
– Sanctuary – Contemporary Art and Human Rights – published Glasgow Museums
– Film Art Phenomena – published by University of California Press written by Nicky Hamlyn

2002
– Reality Check – Recent Developments in British Photography and Video – published by The British Council

2001
– The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations – published by The Photographers’ Gallery & The British Council

2000
– The Other Side of Zero – Video Positive 2000 – published by FACT
– Catherine Elwes: Video Loupe a collection of essays by and about the videomaker and critic – published by KT Press

1999
– Dryden Goodwin – Recent Video Work – published by Mid Penine Arts
– Video Cult/ures – Multimedia installations of the 90s – published by ZKM, Karlsruhe, Dumont Buchverlag, Cologne
– COIL – Number 8, published by COIL supported by ACE, Channel 4, LFVA
– TRANSCRIPT – volume 3 issue 3, published by School of Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art

1998
– SOLO x 9: Artists in Clerkenwell – published by EC ARTS and Wigmore Fine Art
– Paved with Gold – published by Kettle’s Yard
– Reel Fiction – published by Wigmore Fine Art

 

AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES

2007-08
– Bs1 Residency, Bristol, during the building of Cabot Circus retail centre. commissioned by Neville Gabie and Sam Wilkinson of InSite Arts.

2003
– Historic Sites Residency at Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Archive – commissioned by Picture This, Bristol

2000-03
– NESTA Fellowship (National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts)

2000
– Research Fellow in Video and/or Digital Media – John Moores University, Liverpool

1997
– Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia: Prize winner ‘Outstanding Achievement in a Video Production’ (for ‚Hold‘)

1996-97
– Fabrica Research Fellowship, funded by Benetton, Venice, Italy

 

PUBLIC TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

2017
– “Post screening talk”, following the screening of ‚Skill‘ at the “Colloquium for Unpopular Culture”, part of the Draper Interdisciplinary Masters Programme at NYU, New York University, USA, curated by Sukhdev Sandu

2016
– Speaker, for “Thinkspace”! – with John O’Keefe, Ian Richie and Jeremy Melvin, hosted by The Bartlett School of Architecture, Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, University College London
– Artist’s Talk, Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton

2015
– Artist’s Talks, University of Gloucestershire
– Artist’s Talks London College of Communication
– Artist’s Talks Teesside University Fine Art Programme and Mima, Middlesborough
– Keynote Lecture, for Queen’s House Conference – ‚Ways of Seeing‘, National Maritime Museum, London

2014
– Artist’s Talk, Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University
– “Artist in Conversation”, conversation with Jack Southern part of ‚Drawing Making, Making Drawing‘, Drawing Room, London

2013
– “Encounters with Portraiture: exploring with the pencil and lens” – talk as part of University College London’s, lunch time lecture series
– “Victorian and Albert Museum”, London, talk as part of Art of the Poster conference
– Keynote speaker at the “Drawing Inspiration Awards”, for the Campaign for Drawing

2012
– Houses of Parliament – Breathe Talk ’Turner Updated’ – to the Environmental Selected Committee, discussing ’Breathe’, showing on St Thomas’s Hospital, situated opposite the Houses of Parliament
– De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex – Gareth Evans in Conversation with Dryden Goodwin in association with ‚Everything Flows – The Art of Getting in the Zone‘
– De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex – On Balance, Panel discussion chaired by Quentin Cooper
– Foyles bookshop Gallery, Charing Cross Road – in conversation with Jack Southern in association with the publication ‚Drawing Projects‘ written by Mick Maslen and Jack Southern, published by Blackdog publishing

2011
– National Portrait Gallery, London – Picturing Everyman – Geoff Dyer in conversation with Dryden Goodwin, chaired by Camilla Brown

2010
– National Portrait Gallery, London – Understanding British Portraits
– National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway

2009
– Tate Modern – Animation Breakdown
– Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
– Offsite Insight – studio visit for the Contemporary Arts Society

2008
– Princeton University Museum, James Stewart Theater, New Jersey, USA – ‚With the Hand in Mind: A Conversation with Artists Dryden Goodwin and Jacco Olivier‘, Moderated by Sarah Elson with Ben Coonley
– Brighton, Photo Fringe in association with Photoworks and the University of Brighton
– Photographer’s Gallery, London
– “A Holiday in Heathrow Airport with Alain de Botton”, organised by the School of Life, London

2007
– Platform International Animation Festival, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR, USA
– National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway

2006
– Chisenhale Gallery , London
– Narrative Symposium, Kettles Yard, Cambridge
– National Portrait Gallery, London
– Pro-Arte Institute, St Petersburg, Russia
– Sotheby’s Institute, London

2004
– Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester

2003
– Bunkier Gallery, Krakow, Poland
– National Film Theatre, London, UK Artists Film and Video Season

2002
– Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia
– National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford
– Tate Britain, London
– Tate Modern, London – presentation followed by in-conversation with Tim Marlowe and Nan Goldin

2001
– Tranz Tech 2001 – The Toronto International Video Art Biennial, Toronto, Canada

2000
– Tate Liverpool, Liverpool

1999
– Arts Council and Tate Artists Film and Video series – Tate Britain, London
– LUX Cinema, London

 

Press

2016
– (Article) Variety (US Edition), November 15, 2016, ‚Camerimage Presents Different Faces of the Documentary Genre‘ by Will Tizard
– (Article) The Art Newspaper, 23rd September 2016, ‚Liverpool’s The World Transformed festival’, Breathe by Ben Luke
– (Feature) Photo World magazine, China, April Issue 2016, ‘Dryden Goodwin: Decode the World‘
– (Article) The National, Scotland, 31st March Article: ‚Profile: The Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival‘
– (Review) IFFR Magazine, Rotterdam, 1st February “Unseen: The Lives of Looking” by Archana Nathan
– (Interview) Spark Magazine, Poland, January 2016, “Unseen The Lives of Looking” by Urszula Lipinska

2015
– (Interview) Interalia Magazine, August 2015, ‚Unseen. Seen‘ with Richard Bright
– (Review) Apollo Magazine, 26th July, 2015, ’Seeing through space and time‘ by Peter Yeung
– (Writer’s response in pubication) The White Review, July, 2015 ‚White Screen‘ writer’s response to Dryden Goodwin’s ‘Closer’, collaboration with Film & Video Umbrella: by Lauren Elkin
– (Review) Apollo Magazine, 26th March 2015,’Unseen: The Lives of Looking‘ by Peter Yeung
– (Press Feature) www.culture24.org.uk, Monday 2nd March, Artist’s Statement
– (Article) Wall Street International, March 2015, “Unseen: The Lives of Looking”
– (Article) Timeout: The cultural calendar for 2015, “Ten museum exhibitions we’re excited to see in London in 2015”

2014
– (Article) Aesthetica Magazine, 13 May 2014 Article: “Poised “
– (Interview) Interalia Magazine, August 2014 Interview: “Poised “

2013
– (Review) Rough on-line, 7th October 2013, Presentation at Raindance Festival Annemette Tolstrup
– (Article) The Guardian, 7 February 2013, “Art on the Underground down the line in pictures”
– (Interview) LondonCalling.com, 1 February 2013, about an evening working with the Campaign for Drawing Katie Moritz

2012
– (Article) The Guardian, Thursday 25th October 2012, Breathe by John Vidal
– Online Documentary Invisible Dust on youtube, Thursday 18th October 2012, A documentary film of the launch of: Breathe by Emma Crouch
– (On-line announcement) www.parliament.uk, Monday 15th October 2012, Environmental Audit Committee Announcement: Breathe Discussion at the House of Commons
– (Article) www.designweek.co.uk, Monday 8th October 2012, Breathe by Tom Banks
– (Article) www.timeout.com, Monday, 1st October 2012, Breathe Extract Video Exclusive
– (Preview Feature) www.timeout.com, 1st October 2012, Breathe
– (Article) Time Out, 2nd-8th October 2012, Breathe by Martin Coomer
– (On-line Documentary) The Making of ‚This Exquisite Forest, Tate Modern & Google, July 2012
– (Article and Preview Featured) www.nowness.com, 2nd July 2012, Article: Poised on NOWNESS
– (Article) Aesthetica Magazine, 20th February 2012, Interview with Steven Bode: About Canary Wharf Screen | Art on the Underground | Season 1 Film and Video Umbrella

2011
– (Review) Tiroler Tageszeitung, 1st September 2011, Review: Coax by Von Ivona Jelcic
– (Review) Tiroler Krone, 1st September 2011, Review: Coax by Claudia Thurner
– (Feature) telegraph.co.uk, 18th August 2011, Art Feature: “Drawing Projects: Dryden Goodwin interview in conversation with Jack Southern”

2010
– (Article) guardian.co.uk, 16th October 2010, Feature: “Hang them – Very unofficial royal portraits Edited by Becky Barnicoat “
– artlicks.com, June 2010, Review: “One Thing Leads to Another, Everything is Connectedby Lily Hall“
– ArtSlant ‚Unlocking Art in the Underground‘, March 2010 Review: “Linear by David Yu“
– guardian.co.uk , 8thFebruary 2010 Review: “Linear by Jonathan Jones”
– TV News – London Tonight, Saturday 6thFebruary 2010 TV report: “Linear Reporter Robin Ross”
– BBC London, Robert Elms show, 4th February 2010, Interview: with Robert Elms

2009
– Guardian – Guide to Drawing, Saturday 19 September 2009 Guide: Edited by Nell Card and Dale Berning
– 1000 Words Photography, Contemporary Photography Magazine Online, Portrait Issue, Summer 2009 issue Book Review: ‚Cast‘ Monograph By Michael Grieve
– FOTO8, 18 Jun 2009 Book Review: ‚Cast‘ Monograph By Guy Lane
– guardian.co.uk, Fri 19 Jun 2009, Review: Pattern Recognition, The City Gallery, Leicester By Laura McLean-Ferris
– The Korea Herald, 18 Jun 2009, Review: London Calling – Who Gets to Run the World, British Contemporary Art, Total Museum, Seoul, KoreaBy Park Min-young
– guardian.co.uk, Fri 27 Jun 2009, Preview: Pattern Recognition, The City Gallery, Leicester By Robert Clark
– Flash Art online.com, 2009, On-line Artists Dictionary
– Art World, February/March 2009, Interview: with Sarah Elson

2008
– Photography Now, November 2008 Article: Cast by Claudia Stein  • guardian.co.uk, 8thOctober 2008, Review: Cast… by Jonathan Jones
– Metro, 2nd October 2008, Review: Cast…by Zena Alkayat
– londonist.com, October 2008, Review
– Timeout, 2-8 October 2008, Preview: In the studio. by Helen Sumpter
– West End Extra, September 2008, Preview: by Jamie Welham
– The Times, 20thSeptember 2008, Rachael Campbell-Johnston’s five top Galleries: Francis Bacon; Rothko; Cut and Paste Photomontage 1920-50; Dryden Goodwin – Cast

2007
– Oregonian, USA, June 2007, Review: Flight… by Brian Libby
– Platform International Animation Festival Catalogue, June 2007,  Essay: A Tension – Dryden Goodwin’s – Flight: the search for a line by Gareth Evans

2006
– Time Out, September 13 – 20 2006, Review: Portrait Perspectives by Martin Coomer
– Untitled, Issue Number 38, Summer 2006, Review: Flight – Chisenhale Gallery by Charlotte Bonham-Carter
– Untitled, Issue Number 37, Spring 2006, Review: The Animators by Megan O’Shea
– Art Review, April 2006, Review: The Animators by Charles Danby
– Art Monthly, February 2006, Review: The Animators by Sally O’Reilly
– Time Out, – November 11-18, Review: Dryden Goodwin – Chisenhale Gallery Helen Sumpter
– www.kultureflash.net – February 2006, Preview: Dryden Goodwin – Chisenhale Gallery • Guardian Guide, 28thJanuary 2006,  Preview: Dryden Goodwin – Chisenhale Gallery by JL

2005
– Contemporary, Issue 72, January 2005, Review: Dryden Goodwin – Stephen Friedman Gallery.. by Katie Kitamura
– The Hindu – India 16 thSeptember 2005, Review: Cross Town Traffic… by Gayatri Sinha
– The Independent – 1stJanuary 2005 The five best shows in London; Eye’s Lies & Illusions Hayward Gallery, Keith Tyson – Haunch of Venison, Gwen John and Augustus John -Tate Britain, Dryden Goodwin – Stephen Friedman Gallery, Futurist Skies – Estorick Collection.
– Contemporary Magazine – January 2005, Profile: No Fade Away by Steven Bode

2004
– The Independent – 4th December 2004, The five best shows in London; Faces in a Crowd – Whitechapel Gallery, Joan Jonas – Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, Michael Landy – Tate Britain,
– Dryden Goodwin – Stephen Friedman Gallery, Pedro Cabrita Reis/ Francis Picabia – Camden Arts Centre.
– www.kultureflash.net – November 2004, Preview: Stephen Friedman Gallery exhibition
– The Guardian November 2004, Preview: Stephen Friedman Gallery showby Craig Burnett
– ArtForum November 2004,  Review: Eastward Hoby Martin Herbert
– Manuscript, January 2004, Interview: Following the opening of Dilate at Manchester Art Gallery by Leo Batchelor

2003
– The Burlington Magazine, Sept 2003, Review: International Biennale by Simon Wallis
– The Independent, Features, Visual Arts, November 6, 2003, Review: The Old Painter and the Sea; Turner: the Late Seascapes, Goodwin: Dilate by Lynne Walker
– BBC website, November 2003, Review: Dilate by Richard Fair
– Manchester Evening News, Review: Dryden’s a screen star by Riazat Butt
– The Guardian, 17 November 2003, Going out: Picks of the week, Lyn Gardner
– The Guardian, 1stNovember 2003 Preview: JMW Turner/Dryden Goodwin, Manchester Art Gallery by Robert Clark
– Washington Post, N5, 22 June 2003, ‘At the Biennale, These Finds Are Keepers, Things are Looking up ‘by Blake Gopnik,
– The Times, Arts, Visual art, June 18, 2003, Review: Venice Biennale by Rachel Campbell-Johnston
– Film-Philosophy Journal – Vol. 7 No. 8, April 2003, Letter from Londonby Chris Darke
– www.kultureflash.net – April 2003, Preview: Artist’s talk, National Film Theatre
– Art Monthly – January 2003, Review: Reality Check

2002
– www.tangents.co.uk.net – April 2002 Andy Warhol retrospective – Tate Modern by Alistair Fitchett
– www.kultureflash.net, – February 2002, Preview: Closer Art Now Tate Britain
– Sight and Sound – June 2002, Welcome to the Metropolis, Gareth Evans assesses two recent artworld visualisations of the city and its discontents
– The Times – Wednesday April 17th 2002, Set the laser to Stunby Richard Cork, Review of Closer at Tate Britain
– Contemporary – April 2002, The Expectant Image, Mark Gisbourne profiles the work of Dryden Goodwin
– Time Out – March 6-13 2002 – Art Review, Dryden Goodwin – Tate Britain by Sarah Kent, • Slade alumni publication – Spring 2002  Transcript of interview with Aliki Braine, Published in Slade – a series of publications exploring the work of past students of The Slade School of Fine Art – Issue 2, including interviews and articles on the work of Tacita Dean, Dryden Goodwin, Douglas Gordon, Georgina Starr, Smith/Stewart.
– The Observer – Sunday April 7, 2002, Let your fingers do the looking by Laura Cumming, Article review – Christian Boltanski’s show at South London Gallery and Dryden Goodwin at Tate Britain
– Contemporary, Preview February 2002
– The Guardian, – G2 – 11th March 2002, Going Out – Pick of the week – Exhibitions Stan Douglas- Serpentine Gallery, Colin Lowe and Roddy Thomson – Vilma Gold, Dryden Goodwin – Tate Britain, Transition : The London Scene in the 50’s – Barbican Art Gallery
– The Times – Play – March 2 – 8, 2002, Times critics choose the hottest arts and entertainment Rachael Campbell-Johnston’s five best shows: From Poussin to Picasso – Summerset House, The Glass Aquarium – The Design Museum, Dryden Goodwin: Closer – Tate Britain, Last of a Breed – National Theatre, Ardiana Varejao – Victoria Miro Gallery
– Timeout.com – March and April 2002, The months recommend exhibitions

2001
– Frieze issue 58, April 2001, Revue of Dryden Goodwin’s solo show – Neal Brown
– Vogue Hommes International – Fall / Winter 00-01 – Photography, Time Lapse by David Brittain Article exploring the work of Sam Taylor-Wood, Tim Macmillian and Dryden Goodwin

2000
– Depict – August September 2000, Six shows recommended by David Brittain
– Mute Magazine – Issue 17 April 2000, After the Fact: Video Positive 2000 by Rhidian Davis
– Art Monthly cover and profile March 2000, Profile Dryden Goodwin ‚People Watching‘ – Catherine Elwes
– The Guardian, Review Video Positive – The Other Side of Zero
– Sunday Independent Review, Video Positive, The Other Side of Zero
– Independent – Reality Magazine, 5th March 2000, The Other Side of Zero

1999
– The Guardian, July 7th Jonathan Jones – Dryden Goodwin – Recent Video Work
– The Guardian Guide North (Saturday) June 12th, billed as number 3 ‚See this!‘ Dryden GoodwinRecent Video Work
– The Guardian Guide North, Jun 26th- Jul 2nd and Jul 3rd – 9th, billed as number 5 ‚See this!‘ Dryden Goodwin – Recent Video Work
– Art – NR Das Kunstmagazin – August 1999, video cult/ures
– Form – Zeitschrift fur gestaltung – Juli/august video cult/ures
– Sudkurier. – July, Ruckkehr zum Realen – video cult/ures
– KULTUR – June, Wenn Videos erzahlen – video cult/ures
– Bridges – Glimpses from the other side – May/August, Dr. Ursula Frohne’s article following her participation as part of the German cultural delegation on the New Media Tour in the UK in autumn

1998
– Transcript – Volume 3 – spring, Interview with Simon Wallis.
– The Guardian – October 17, Jonathan Romney on Pandaemonium
– Time Out – November 11-18, Martin Herbert on Pandaemonium
– Artists Newsletter – December, Nick Houghton on Pandaemonium
– Contemporary visual arts – issue 20 – Autumn, Keith Patrick on SOLO X 9: Artists in Clerkenwell
– Art REVIEW – October, Rosie Millard – SOLO X 9: Artists in Clerkenwell
– Blueprint – June, Fiona Rattray on Paved with Gold
– Untitled – Spring, Gavin Wade on Real Fiction
– Cambridge Insider – 21st May – 3 June, Toby Venables on Paved with Gold
– Contemporary visual arts – issue 17 – spring, Mark Gisbourne on ‚The Contemporaries Contemporaries‘

1997
– Time Out – September,  Sarah Kent – Beck’s New Contemporaries 97
– Art Monthly – July, David Barrett- Beck’s New Contemporaries 97