1995, Erasmus is Late, Book Works, London.  



1995, Ibuka!, Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart.



1997, McNamara Papers, Le Consortium, Dijon & Kunstverein in Hamburg.


1998, Discussion Island/Big Conference Centre, Kunstverein Ludwigsburg, Orchard Gallery, Derry.



1998, Ein Rückblick aus dem Jahre 2000 auf 1887, Galerie für Zetigennössische Kunst, Leipzig.



2000, Liam Gillick, Okagon/Lukas & Sternberg. 



2000, Five or Six, Sternberg Press, Berlin.



2002, Literally No Place, Book Works, London.



2002, The Wood Way , Whitechapel Gallery, London. 



2004, Underground (Fragments of Future Histories), Import (mfc-michèle didier & les presses du réel), Brussels.



2006, Liam Gillick and Lilian Haberer, Factories in the Snow, JRP|Ringier, Zurich.



2007, Proxemics; Selected Writings
(1988-2006), JRP|Ringier, Zurich.



2009, All Books, Book Works, London.



2009, Liam Gillick 2009: Deutscher Pavillion La Biennale Di Venezia, Sternberg Press, Berlin.



2009, Meaning Liam Gillick, MIT Press, Cambridge.



2010
One long walk… Two short piers… Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, Snoeck Verlag, Koln. 



2010, Pourquoi Travailler? Three Star Books, Paris.



2011, Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner: A Syntax of Dependency, Mousse Publishing, Milan.



2014, From 199A to 199D, JRP-Ringier/Bard Hessel Museum/Magasin.



2016, What’s What in a Mirror, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane.



2016, Campaign, Museu Serralves, Porto. 



2016, Industry and Intelligence: Contemporary Art Since 1820, Columbia University Press , New York.



2018, There Should be Fresh Springs, Gallery Baton, Seoul.



2019, Schreibtischuhr , Meyer Kainer, Vienna.



2019, Half a Complex, Hatje Cantz, Berlin.



2020, Standing On Top of a Building, Madre Museum, Naples.



2021, Like a Moth to a Flame, OGR / Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo / Corraini Edizioni, Torino.



2021, The Work Life Effect, Gwangju Museum of Art.

© Liam Gillick 2021