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The Thought Provokers, Interview with Chris Stevens, Voyage-Houston. www.voyagehouston.com July 2019

Chris Stevens Heads, 2019

Chris Stevens, Chris Stevens 20 Paintings, 2019

David Snowden, Give Us Tomorrow Now, Pitch Publishing 2018

Chris Stevens, Chris Stevens100 Paintings, 2018

Jeanie Marsh-Dawson, Stereotypes, perception and urban influence, interview in No Limits November 2018

Nick Rands, Paintings from Somewhere Else, Amazon August 2018

Paul Greenhalgh, The Poetry of the Real, Beaux Arts, London. November 2017

Objective Background + Subjective Foreground: The Realism of Chris Stevens, On Art & Aesthetics. March 2017

A J Pugh, Not Everyday, interview in Daub, July, 2016

Art Pie, review of The Age Reason 2016

Sqwzl, review of The Age Reason. 2016

Paul Greenhalgh, The Age of Reason, catalogue for the exhibition, Beaux Arts, London 2016

The Contemporary Portrait, catalogue for the exhibition. Thompson’s London. 2015

Richard Smirke, Varnished Truth, Big Issue 14/8/15 

Laura Moure, Estereotipos reflejados bajo el pincel Faro De Vigo, 8/8/15

Elena Cuiña, La Voz de Galicia, Chris Stevens trae a Lalin as súas obras da xente corrente 7/8/15

Omid Yaghoobi, An opportunity to deal with national issues, political and social, Etamad Newspaper, Iran 2015

Reality, Wall Street International 2015

Catherine Jones Reality in Liverpool, Liverpool Echo, 2015, 

Rachel Will, British Painters. Blouinartinfo International, 

Duncan Smith, Brian Deighton, West, catalogue for the exhibition 2015

Chris Stevens, Reality, Modern & Contemporary British Painting, East Publishing, 2014.

Chris Stevens, Paintings, La Dolce Vita. 2014

Danny Olda, The Quietly Surreal Paintings of Chris Stevens, Hi Fructose.

Francesca Brooks Interview Roves and Roams, issue 5, 2012 (digital) 

Roberto VarelaFarifia, catalogue for X Biennial Internacional Pintor Laxeiro Museo Municipal Lalin, Spain 2011

C Toler, catalogue for the exhibition, Os Nosos Fondos IV, Museo Municipal, Ourense, Spain, 2011

500 Portraits, National Portrait Gallery 2011

Arts Council Annual Report 2007, (reproduction of Versace) Arts Council Publications.

Heads, catalogue for the exhibition, Flowers East 2006.

50over50, catalogue for the exhibition. 2006

Paul Greenhalgh, The Modern Ideal, V&A publications, 2005

35 Jaar, catalogue for the exhibition, Smelik & Stokking, May 2004.

BP Portrait Award, book of prizewinners, National Portrait Gallery. 2001

Paul Greenhalgh, catalogue for the exhibtion ‘Chris Stevens’ Pitshanger Gallery, London & Smelik & Stokking Galleries, Amsterdam, 1999. 

Steve Morgan, review for Chris Stevens PM Gallery, Ealing Gazette, October 1999

Elisa Oliver, catalogue for the exhibition, Fabulous Transgressions. 1997. 

Wendy Richmond, What the eye sees, Gazette, June 1995.

Hans Smelik, catalogue for the exhibition, ‘Chris Stevens’ 1994.

Hans Smelik, ‘Chris Stevens’, Tableau, December 1993.

Dave Lee, Viewpoints, Arts Review, May 1992.

Alan Rushbridger, Art for sale, 1992

Patrick Marmion, review for Chris Stevens, Sue Williams Gallery, What’s On, 1992.

Paul Greenhalgh, catalogue for the exhibition, ‘Seven City Artists’. 1991.

Hans Smelik, ‘Art from the Mean Streets’, Tableau, The Netherlands, October 1991.

Antique Press, Twentieth Century British Painters & Sculptors. 

Emmanuel Cooper, ‘Chris Stevens’, review in Time Out, 1990. 

Mark Currah, review in City Limits, ‘Chris Stevens at Sue Williams’, April 1989.

Art & Design publications, Forty under Forty, 1989.

Paul Greenhalgh, ‘Chris Stevens’, Art Monthly, October 1989.

Heather Wadell, The Independent, April 1989.

Heinz Hofchen, catalogue for the exhibition ‘Fussball in der Kunst’. 1989.

Dave Lee, Art from the Mean Streets, The Times, April 1989.

Mark Currah, review in City Limits, ‘Chris Stevens’ September 1989.

Brian Sewell, review of John Player Portrait Award, ‘A Yob for all Seasons’, Evening Standard, 1986. 

Mark Currah, review in City Limits, May 1986.

Dave Lee, review of ‘Mayday Britain’, Arts Review, May 1986. 

Mark Currah, review in City Limits, January 1986.

John Stewart, catalogue for the exhibition, ‘Beyond Appearance’, 1986.

Jennifer Rennie, catalogue introduction for the exhibition, ‘Artists in Industry’. 1986.

Derek Stears, review of ‘Work of the last two years’, Western Daily Press. November 1985.

Sandra Bisp, Culture Clash, Gloucestershire Echo, July 1985.

Anna Moszynska, Art at Work, review in Art Monthly, October 1984.

The Art of Roker Park, Arts North, September 1984. 

Paul Greenhalgh, catalogue for the exhibition, Chris Stevens at Roker Park.

Stephen Clackson, Newsmakers, Sunday Express magazine, September 1984.

Paul Greenhalgh, Christopher Stevens, review in Arts Review, with front cover, September 1984.

Sue Hercombe, catalogue for Art at work. 1984.

Judith Halkerston, Discovering the Art of Football, Washington Times, April 1983.

Anthony Holden & Marina Vaisey, Cowherd Blues, The Sunday Times, February 1977.























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