Chris Killip

Chris Killip

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1946 Born Douglas, Isle of Man, Great Britain
1957-62 Douglas High School for Boys
1963-65 Moves to London and becomes assistant to the photographer, Adrian Flowers
1965-69 Freelance Assistant to various photographers, London, England
1969-71 Photographed in the Isle of Man
1972- Photographed in England
1976-80 Member, Photography Committee, Northern Arts, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England
1977-79 Member, Photography Committee, Arts Council of Great Britain
1976-84 Founder member and exhibition curator and advisor, Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England
1977-79 Director, Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
1979-81 Photographic Consultant , London Review of Books
1980-91 Photographed in North-East of England
1991-93 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1994-98 Professor, Chairman, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies,
Director, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University,
1998- Professor, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University

1973-74 Arts Council of Great Britain Photography Award
1975-76 Northern Arts Photography Fellowship
1977 Arts Council of Great Britain Major Bursary Award
1989 Henri Cartier-Bresson Award, Paris
1994 Honorary M.A., Harvard University

Isle of Man, text , John Berger, London: Zwemmer/AC of GB, 1980
In Flagrante, text , John Berger & Sylvia Grant, London: Secker & Warburg, 1988
French edition, Vague à L'âme, Editions Nathan, 1988
55, text Gerry Badger, Phaidon Press, 2001, plus French and German editions.
Pirelli Work, text, Clive Dilnot, Steidl, Gottingen, Germany 2006
In Flagrante - A Case Study Essay by Gerry Badger, Errata Editions/ DAP, New York, 2009
Here Comes Everybody, photographs and text. Chris Killip, Thames & Hudson, 2009

Chris Killip, Isle of Man, 12 Photographs, Edition of 25, Witkin Gallery, New York, 1973
Chris Killip 1975-76, Creative Camera, May 1977 The complete issue, editor, P Turner
An edition of 8 stamps, Mills & Millers, Isle of Man Post Office, 2009

1973 "Two Views - Two Cities", Huddersfield City Art Gallery; and Bury St.
Edmunds Art Gallery, England; and tour of Great Britain
1977 "North-East of England", Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; and tour.
1980 "Isle of Man", Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; tour of G. B. 1980-1982
1983 "Askam and Skinningrove", Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne; and tour.
1984 "Seacoal", Side Gallery, Newcastle-upon -Tyne, and tour Northern Arts region
"Chris Killip", Photo Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
1985-87 "Another Country" (with Graham Smith), Serpentine Gallery, London
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol; National Museum of Photography, Bradford;
Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
1986 "Chris Killip", Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
1988 "On The Edge Of The City" (with the painter Ken Currie), Manchester City Art Gallery, England
1988-90 "In Flagrante", Victoria and Albert Museum, London;
Landes Museum, Munster; Atrium Museum, Aachen; Museum für Künst und Külturgeschede, Dörtmund; Alter Rathaussaal, Münich ;Centrum für Industrie-Kültur, Nüremberg; Landesbildstelle, Stüttgart, West Germany; Museum Het Princessehof, Leeuwarden, Holland; Musée de Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium;Baierd Art Gallery, Breda, Holland; I.V.A.M., Valencia, Spain
1989 "Chris Killip", Fotografiska Museet i Moderna Museet, Stockholm
1990 "Working at Pirelli", Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
1991 "Chris Killip Retrospective", Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
1996 «The Last Art Show», Bede Gallery, Jarrow, England
1997 «Chris Killip, Photographs, 1971-1996», Manx Museum, Douglas, Isle of Man
2000 «Chris Killip, 60 Photographs», The Old Post Office, Berlin, Germany
2004 «15 Photographs» Rencontres d'Arles, France

1972 "Four Young Photographers," Photographer's Gallery, London, England.
1978 "Personal Views 1860-1977," British Council Touring Exhibition
1980 "From Object to Object," Arts Council of Great Britain touring exhibition.
1981 "Old and Modern Masters of Photography," Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1982 "Stratgies- Recent Developments in British Photography," John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, England
"The Sea Project," Photographer's Gallery, London, England.
"Lichbildnisse: Das Porträt", Rheinisches Landes Museum, Bonn, Germany
1983 "International Photography Festival," Mälmo, Sweden.
1985 "British Eyes," Centre Nationale de la Photographie, Paris, France.
"Tendances," Metz pour la Photographie, Caves Sainte Croix, Metz, France.
"Human Interests: Fifty Years of British Art About People," Cornerhouse, Manchester, England.
1985-6 "The Miner's World: Miners in Photography and Literature,"
The Midland Group, Nottingham. Impressions Gallery, York; and
D.L.I. Museum, Durham, England.
1986 "The Portrait Season," Impressions Gallery of Photography,.York, England
"British Contemporary Photography: Coming of Age," Houston Foto Festival, Houston, TX.
1987 "Photoworks from Great Britain," Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria.
"Three British Photographers," Consejo Mexicano de Fotografia, Mexico City, Mexico
1987-8 "Towards A Bigger Picture," Victoria and Albert Museum; Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England.
1988 "Britische Sicht! Fotografie aus England," Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich, Switzerland.
"Matter of Facts: Photographie Art Contemporain en Grande Bretagne," Musée des Beaux Arts, Nantes; and Musée d'Art Moderne,
Saint-Etiennes; Caves Sainte Croix, Metz, France.
1989 The Art of Photography 1839-1989, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Royal Academy of Arts, London.
Photography: 150 Years, The Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia.
Photography Until Now, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland.
Through the Looking Glass: Photographic Art in Britain 1945-1989, Barbican Art Gallery, London, England.
1990 British Photography From The Thatcher Years, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
Arbete Pågår, Hasselblad Center, Götenborg, Sweden.
1991 Arbetets Värld, Arbetets Museum, Norrköping, Sweden.
1991-2 Shocks To The System, Royal Festival Hall, London; Northern Center for
Contemporary Art, Sunderland; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; City Museum,
Plymouth; Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne; Royal Albert Museum, Exeter.
1992 More Than One Photography: Works Since 1980 From the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
1993 Encontros de Fotografia, Coimbra, Portugal.
1994 Documentary Dilemmas, British Council, European Touring Exhibition
Treasures from the National Museum of Photography, Science Museum, London Lowdlow
1994 Streetstyle, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1995 20 Modern British Photographs, Vicoria and Albert Museum
1996 Picturing Modernity, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
1996 British Photography, Matisse Museum, Nice, France
1997 Underexposed, City of Stockholm Festival , Sweden
1998 From the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York
1999 Some Photographs, An Independent Art, V & A Museum, London
2000 Modern Starts, Museum of Modern Art, New York
2001 Open Ends, Museum of Modern Art, New York
2001 Hope, McMullen Museum of Art, Boston
2002 100 Photographs: A Collection by Bruce Bernard, V&A Museum, London
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.
2003 The Photography Gallery. Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Les Choix d»Henri Cartier-Bresson, Foundation Cartier-Bresson, Paris.
Foundacion Caixa, Barcelona.
125 Masterpieces from the Museum of Modern Art, New York The State
Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg; State Pushkin Museum, Moscow.
Der Fotografierte Mensch, Museum Folkwang, Essen
2006 Beach Photography, White Space Gallery, London
Making History, Art & Documentary Photography, Tate Liverpool
In The Face of History Barbican Gallery, London
Work from the Permanent Collection MOMA, New York
2007 How We Are: Photographing Britain , Tate Britain, London
2008 No such Thing as Society, Aberystwyth Arts Center, Wales.
Tullie House, Cumbria, Carlisle. Ujadowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland.
Three from Britain, Rose Art Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
Parrworld, Haus der Kunst, Munich & Breda Museum, Netherlands
Street & Studio, Tate Modern, London & Museum Folkwang, Essen
On Being Human, 1950-2000, Andalucia Contemporary Art Center, Seville
Photography: Methods & Materials, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

The Museum of Modern Art, New York
International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House
Center Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson
Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin
San Francisco Museum of Fine Art, San Francisco
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
The Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal
Krannert Art Museum, Champagne, IL
Kalamazo Institute of Art,
Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland
I.V.A.M., Valencia, Spain
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Arbetets Museum, Norrkoping, Sweden
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Arts Council of Great Britain, London
The British Council, London
Manchester City Art Gallery, Manchester
Side Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
National Museum of Photography, Bradford

At the Side Gallery, Newcastle Upon-Tyne, England
1977 Lewis Hine: Curator
August Sander: Curator
1978 Thomas Annan: Curator
England Past; Humphrey Spender, Bert Hardy, George
Rodgers, Thurston Hopkins: Curator
Russian War Photographs: Co-Curator
E.J. Bellocq: Curator
Photographs from the Beaches: S. L. Konttinen &
Marketá Luskacová: Curator
1979 Work and Unemployment: Robert Golden & Nick
Hedges: Co-Curator
The Teds: Chris Steel-Perkins: Co-Curator
Juvenile Jazz Bands: Trish Murtha: Curator
Photographs from Peru: Martin Chambi: Curator
Newcastle Quayside: S.L Konttinen & G. Smith: Co-Curator
Martine Frank: Curator
James Cleet: Co-Curator
1980 Weegee: Co-Curator
1981 Don McCullin: Co-Curator
Youth Unemployment: Trish Murtha: Curator
Robert Doisneau: Curator
China: Mark Riboud: Curator
1982 Nicaragua: Susan Meisalas: Curator
Survival Programs in Britains Inner Cities: Exit
Photography Group: Co-Curator
Consett Steel: G. Smith: Co-Curator
1983 Northern Ireland & Iran: Gilles Peress: Co-Curator
1984 South Bank: G. Smith: Co-Curator
1985 Another Country: Serpentine Gallery, London
1989 Chris Killip's Selection, Victoria & Albert Museum. London

1. Selected articles by Chris Killip
Lewis Hine 1874-1940, Newcastle, Side Gallery, for the Arts Council of Great Britain, 1976
«Sir Roy Strong, Director of the V & A, Interviewed» Creative Camera, October 1981, pp. 266-268.
«Robert Doisneau: La Stricte intimité,» and «Danny Lyons: Uptown Chicago,» in Personal Choice: A Celebration of Twentieth Century Photographs Selected and Introduced by Photographers, Painters and Writers, Ed Mark Haworth-Booth, London, Victoria Albert Museum, 1983
"Robert Frank's «New York to Nova Scotia»," Book Review, Creative Camera, No. 1, 1987.
"Photography Now,"Camera Austria, No. 9, 1989.
Marketá Luskacová: Photographs of Spitalfields, catalog essay, London, Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1991.
«Object of Desire», Essay on Henri Cartier-Bresson, V & A Magazine, London, 1998 «A Photographers Life» Essay on David Goldblatt, Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, 2001.
«T V Society: The Photographs of Vincent Goutal.» Harvard Photography Journal, 2001
«Walker Evans» Review of the book, Walker Evans, Metropolitan Museum, N.Y. 2001, Times Higher Educational Supplement, May 17 2002.
«Boris Mikhailov: Case History»», Tate Etc, Summer, London 2008

2. Photographic essays
«Chris Killip,» Camera, Zurich Switzerland, January 1971, No. 1, pp. 14-20.
«Chris Killip on the Isle of Man» (text Shoji Yamagishi), Camera Mainichi ‘71, Tokyo, Japan, Number 11, pp. 41-47.
«Chris Killip: T.T. Week Visitors,» Creative Camera, January 1972, Number 91, pp. 458-463.
«Faces of Man,» photographs C. Killip, text Frank Kermode, Observer Magazine, London, Sunday July 1, 1979, pp. 32-37.
«Chris Killip: Här Finns Mina Rötter,» text Peter Turner, Aktuell Fotografi, nr. 11, Helsingborg, Sweden, 1980, pp. 42-49
«Die Verlorene Notwendigkeit,» «Lieber Vetter Stanley,» Chris Killip (translated Katrin Reinhart), Tages Anzeiger Magazin, Zurich, Nr. 6, 7 Februar 1981, pp. 20-25.
«One Man's Island» text Nigel Skelsey, SLR Camera, December 1981, Haymarket Publications, London, pp. 33-37.
Photographs by C. Killip, text Mark Haworth-Booth, Camera Austria, Graz, Austria, 1983, Issue 11/12.
«Chris Killip,» photographs, text Paul Higgins, Camera and Creative Photography, London, January 1985., pp. 10-17.
«When the Coal Comes In,» photographs, text Polly Pattullo, Observer Magazine, April 13, 1986, pp. 28-33.
«The Seacoalers,» photographs C. Killip, text John Morrison, 35 mm Photography, August 1986, pp. 24-29.
«Königreich: Chris Killip,» Camera Austria, 1988, issue 25, pp. 23, 39-41.
«Killip,» photographs, text John Morrison, Photography, May 1988, pp. 14-23.
«Chris Killip: Itse Teossa» text Petri Nuutinen,Valokuva Magazine, Helsinki, Finland, February 1989, pp. 20-27.
«Ihr da Unten,» photographs C. Killip, text John Berger and Sylvia Grant, translated by Martin Hielscher, Zeit Magazin, Nr. 41, 6 Oktober 1989, pp. 26-37
«Factory Art» photographs C. Killip, text Paul Barker, Independent Magazine, London, December 16, 1989, pp. 64-70.
«Levande Män!» photographs C. Killip, Prat Magazine, Stockholm, Sweden, 1990, pp. 23-27.
«Machine Age» photographs C. Killip, text Andreas Berner, The Manipulator, Dusseldörf and New York, September 1991, 10 photographs.
«Postcards from Ireland, 1999,» Harvard Photography Journal, 2000

3. Critical References in Books and Exhibition Catalogs
Creative Camera International Year Book 1975, «Chris Killip: Isle of Man Portfolio,» editors Colin Osman and Peter Turner, pp. 124-135, Coo Press: London; Light Impressions: USA.
British Image 2, «Chris Killip: Northern England,» Arts Council of Great Britain, London, England, 1976, pp. 81-92,
Concerning Photography, ed. Jonathan Bayer, Zwemmer, London, 1977
Exploring Photography, «Urban Landscape,» ed. Bryn Campbell, British Broadcasting Corporation: London, England, 1978, pp. 120-121.
About 70 Photographs, «The Abbey, Bury St. Edmunds,» editors Chris Steele-Perkins and William Messer, Arts Council of Great Britain: London, 1980, pp.116-117
Old and Modern Masters of Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum, London: HMSO, 1981, p. 59.
Photography: A Concise History, Ian Jeffrey, Thames and Hudson: London, 1981, pp.232-234.
Photography Annual 1986, «Chris Killip,» New York: USA, pp. 128-135.
Masters of Photography, Exeter Books, Daniella Mrazakova, 1987.
Ausbeute: Bergbau und Bergarbeit in der Fotografie, «Chris Killip,» editors Ulhrich Borsdorf und Rolf Kania, Ruhrlandmuseum: Essen, Germany 1989, pp. 64-65.
Photo Texts, «We Are Making A New World: Chris Killip ‘In Flagrante'» by Gerry Badger, ed. Peter Turner & Gerry Badger, Travelling Light: London 1988, pp. 142-147.
Photography Until Now, ed. John Szarkowski, The Museum of Modern Art: NY 1989, p. 289.
The Art of Photography 1839-1989, Royal Academy of Arts: London 1989, Yale University Press, Photographs No. 391-396.
Through the Looking Glass: Photographic Art in Britain 1945-1989, Barbican Art Gallery: London 1989, pp. 60-61, 132. (photographs)
Photography:150 Years, The Australian National Gallery, Canberra 1989, p. 69
British Photography From The Thatcher Years, ed.Susan Kismaric, The Museum of Modern Art: New York 1990, p. 11 (text Kismaric), pp. 18-23 (photographs)
Arbetets Värld, Arbetets Museum: Norrköping, Sweden 1991, pp. 118-119
Documentary Dilemmas, British Councils, 1993
Chris Killip, Hermes Magazine, Japan, November 1996
Chris Killip, Luna Cornea, No. 9, Mexico City, 1996
Investigating Modern Art, ed. C. Dawtry, Yale University Press, 1996
Photography, An Independent Art, Mark Haworth-Booth, V & A, London, 1997
Photography, A Critical Introduction, ed. Liz Wells, Routledge, London, 1997
The Photography Book, Phaidon Press, London, 1997
The Photograph, Graham Clark, Oxford University Press, London, 1997
A New History of Photography, ed. Frizot, Konemann, Paris, 1998
Photography and Language, Clive Scott, Reaktion Books, London, 1999
Modern Contemporary, Art at MOMA Since 1980, MOMA, NY 2000
La Photographie Contemporaine, Gattinoni and Vigouroux, Editions Scala, Paris, 2002
Making History, Tate Gallery, Liverpool, 2006
In The Face of History, Barbican Gallery, London, 2006
How we Are, Tate Britain, 2007
Parr World, Haus der Kunst, Munich 2008
No Such Thing as Society, Hayward Publishing, London 2008
Street and Studio, Tate Modern, London 2008
A History of British Art, Vol 3. Tate Publications, London 2008

4. Critical Articles
«Chris Killip Young Contemporary,» Creative Camera, London, England, February 1970, issue 68, pp. 60-61
«Chris Killip Photographs 1975-1976 in the North East,» Creative Camera, London, England, May 1977, Number 155, entire issue.
«Zkoumání zivota a Chris Killip,» text Daniela Mrázková,Ceskoslovenska Fotografie, issue 11, 1980, pp. 486-487.
«Closely Observed Photographs: Chris Killip and Marketá Luskacová» text Mark Haworth-Booth, Creative Camera, March 1983, no. 219, pp. 883-885
«Chris Killip: Scenes from Another Country» text Mark Haworth-Booth, Aperture, Nr. 103, Summer 1986, pp. 16-31.
«Skin-heads of Newcastle,» photographs C. Killip, Transaction Society, vol. 24 no. 25, Rutgers University, NJ, July 1987, pp. 84-86.
«Chris Killip: Interviewed by David Lee,» Creative Camera, Nr. 5, May 1988, pp. 10-12.
«Where We've Come From: Aspects of Postwar British Photography,» Mark Haworth-Booth, Aperture, No. 113, Winter 1988, pp. 8.
«Real Beauty,» Liz Heron, Aperture, No. 113, Winter 1988, pp. 74-75
"Chris Killip,» Sue Davis, Camera International, , No.9, Paris Spring 1986, pp.40-49.
«Head to Head: Chris Killip and Bert Hardy,» interviewed by Terry Hope, Amatuer Photographer, June 30 1990, pp. 51-53.
«Part of the Family: Talking with Chris Killip,» photographs C. Killip, text Christopher Lyon, MOMA Members Quarterly, Winter 1991, pp. 10-13.
«Le profil mort de notre imperfection,» La Recherche Photographique:
L'Ombre,Nr. 11, Décembre 1991, pp. 98-99 (photographs)
«Great Britain,» La Recherche Photographique: Europe 1970-1990, No. 13, Autumn 1992, pp. 44 (photograph)
"Chris Killip," text Mark Haworth-Booth, British Journal of Photography, February 17, 1994
"Martin Parr on Chris Killip," The Guardian, July 25, 1995
"Chris Killip," David Lee, Art Review, pp. 56-59, March 1996
«Photosynthesis», The Independent Magazine, London, May 1998
«Exposed», Tate Magazine, London, 1998
«Made in England»Martin Parr on Chris Killip, Photo District News, New York, august 2002
«Killip L'intransigeant» Michel guerrin, Le Monde, July 12 2002
Killip Arles exhibition reviews: UK: The Observer, 7/18/04, The Guardian, 7/14/04
France: Liberation, 7/8/04, L'Humanite, 7/17/04
Best of British, interview by Diana Smyth, page 19-23, British Journal of Photography, November 2006
In The Face of History, Joanna Pitman, The Times, October 11 2006
Different Views, Blake Morrison, The Guardian, October 21 2006

5. Selected Book Reviews
Chris Killip, Isle of Man: A Book About the Manx
Peter Campbell, London Review of Books , July 3, 1980.
Mark Haworth-Booth «Arresting Time,» London Magazine, July 1980.
Ian Jeffrey, Creative Camera, Nr. 195, March 1981.
Sarah Kent, Arts Review, Time Out, London, 16 May 1980
Frank Kermode, «The Men From Man,» The Listener, London, May 1980.
Chris Killip, In Flagrante
Paul Barker, «Pity the Losers» Sunday Telegraph, March 27, 1988.
Bruce Bernard, Spectator, March 26, 1988.
Peter Carey, Sunday Times, March 20, 1988.
Ian Jack, «The Best and Worst of 1988,» New Statesman, December 23, 1988.
Waldemar Januszczak, The Guardian, March 25, 1988.
Sarah Kent, Time Out, March 18, 1988.
Karl Miller, London Review of Books, March 3, 1988.
Blake Morrison, «Killip's Diary,» Observer Magazine, London, March 13, 1988.
Jeremy Seabrook, «The Privatized Pain», New Society, March 25, 1988.

6. Selected Reviews of One-Man exhibitions
"Isle of Man"
Caroline Tisdall, The Guardian, June 17, 1980.
William Varley, The Guardian, March 18, 1980.
"Askam and Skinningrove"
Rob Powell, Creative Camera, March 1983
"Another Country"
Bruce Bernard, «Tyne Tees Vision,» The Spectator, September 14, 1985.
William Bishop, «Another Country Reviewed,» The British Journal of Photography, September 20, 1985.
Richard Cork, «Another England,» The Listener, September 12, 1985.
William Feaver, «Northern Photographs,» Observer, September 8, 1985.
Dave Lee, «Photography,» Arts Review, September 15, 1985
Ian Jeffrey, «Another Country at the Serpentine,» Creative Camera, No. 251,
November 1985.
Karl Miller, London Review of Books, September 15, 1985.
William Packer, «The Age of Discardment,»The Financial Times, September 19, 1985.
"In Flagrante"
Philip Core, «The Snapping Point,» The Independent, April 13, 1988.
Liz Heron, «Tale of Two Nations,» New Statesman, April 29, 1988.
David Lee, Photography Review, Arts Review, March 25, 1988.
Jane Richards, »Living Debris on the Northern Landscape,» The Independent,
March 15, 1988.
Jeffrey Richards, «Bleak Views,» Daily Telegraph, March 28, 1988.
John Russell Taylor, «Images Without A Vision,» The Times, April 5, 1988.
Marina Vaizey, «Exposing the Image Behind A Cliché,» The Sunday Times, April 10, 1988.
"Working at Pirelli"
Janet Abrams, «Making Light Work,» The Independent, December 29, 1989.
David Lee, «Photography,» Arts Review, January 1990.
William Packer, Financial Times, January 6, 1990, p. xvi

7. Selected Television and Radio Programs
HTV-Bristol, History of Photography Series «Contemporary Work: Chris Killip,» 15 minutes, March 1980.
TV, BBC-1, series Exploring Photography «Urban Landscape: Chris Killip» produced by Peter Riding, 15 minutes, November 1987.
BBC Radio 3, «Third Ear,» Chris Killip interviewed by Julian Spalding, 25 minutes, January 1988.
TV, BBC-2, The Book Program, Jill Nelville interviews Chris Killip about In Flagrante, March 1988
TV, FR-3, Magazine Ram Dam, réalisation J.C. Murracciole, 5 minutes, October 1991.
RTL Radio, Magazine culturel de Jean-Pierre Tison, sujet sur Chris Killip, 30 minutes, October 1991
TV, BBC-1, series The Byker Art Show, presenter Muriel Gray discusses Chris Killip's photograph ‘Youth on Wall,' July 15 and 18, 1993.
TV, BBC-1, "The Punter's Art Show," November 1995
TV, BBC_1 «The Genius of Photography» 2007

1972 Commissioned by Arts Council of Great Britain to Photograph two cities for the exhibition «Two Views - Two Cities.»
1980-87 Commissioned by London Review of Books, Cover Portraits include: Martin Amis, Julian Barnes, Harold Hancock, Tony Harrison, James Kelman, Frank Kermode, Julia O'Faolain, Philip Roth, and E.P. Thompson.
1989 Pirelli Ltd. Photographic exhibition on their workforce.
1991-92 Clifford, Chance & Co., Solicitors. Photographic recording of the building of their new corporate headquarters, The Barbican, London.
1996 Commissioned by Bede Gallery to photograph Jarrow, England

Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Halifax School of Art, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Fotohogskolan, Gotenborg University, Sweden
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Photo-School, Stockholm, Sweden
University of Helsinki, Finland
West Surrey College of Art & Design, England
University of Wales College, Newport
Stamford University, CA
Colby College, Maine

Member of Advisory Panel for new arts facility at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, October 1999

School of Photography, Arles, France
Gallery of Photography, Dublin, Ireland
Photography Place, Sommerset, England


Roslyn Abramson Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1996

Membership of University Committees
Office of Admissions Selection Review Committee for Harvard College, 1994-95
Faculty Council, Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Science, 1994-95
Committee on Undergraduate Education, 1994-95
Advisory Board, Office for the Arts, 1994-96
Selection Committee, Bunting Institute Visual Fellowships, 1993-96
Search Committee for Curator of Photography, Fogg Museum, 1995-96
Advisory Board, Office for the Arts, 2000-4
Search Committee for Director, Office for the Arts, 2001

Visual and Environmental Studies Department
Search Committee for Senior Appointment in the Studio Arts, 1993

Director, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 1994-98
Chairman, Visual and Environmental Studies Department, 1994-98
Chair, Search Committees for Senior Appointments
Chair, Appointments Committee
Chair, Curricular Development Committee
Chair, Honors Board Committee

Professor, Visual and Environmental Studies, 1998-

Committee Member: Senior Appointments, Appointments, Curricular Development, Honors Board, Studio Faculty.

Head of Photography Program in Visual and Environmental Studies, 1991.