Collecting contemporary art. Citzen. November 16, 2012.
Small 'body of work' makes big impact. Mail & Gardian. Friday. September 08, 2012.
Letter to the editor. The Unfair Daily: FNB Joburg Art Fair. September 14, 2012.
Quote of the Day. The Unfair Daily: FNB Joburg Art Fair. September 07, 2012.
An Arm and an Ed. Matthew Partridge. The Daily Artheat: FNB Joburg Art Fair. September 24, 2011.
Art and soul. Catherine Kowalski. House & Leisure. April 2011. p18-19.
Flying Arch. Andrew Lamprecht. Art South Africa. Vol 09. Issue 02. Summer 2010. p75.
Interview: Ed Young's Arch. Brendan Bell-Roberts. Art South Africa. Vol 09. Issue 02. Summer 2010. p89.
YOUNGBLACKMAN. Art South Africa. Vol 09. Issue 02. Summer 2010. p92.
Ed Young's Flying Superhero. Art South Africa Features. December 1, 2011.
Super-hero Tutu swings from the chandeliers. Suzy Bell. Cape Times. Tonight. September 3, 2010. p2.
Uit ‘n ander hoek. Die Burger. August 31.
If there’s one thing you do this week… Miles Keylock. Mail & Gaurdian. Friday. August 13-19, 2010. p3.
Ceiling Groovy. Elle Decoration. Issue no. 71. August 2010. p24.
Arch: Ed Young at IDASAs Cape Town Democracy Centre. Chad Rossouw. ArtThrob.com. August 2010.
Ed Young and the flying Archbishop. CapeTownMagazine.com. August 2010.
Besonderse visuele kuns besweer verlede in Spinstraat. Marilyn Martin. Beeld. August 03, 2010.
Arch. Süssigkeiten. August 2010.
The Flying Arch. greenpea lives on. June 2010.
Ed Young and the Flying Archbishop. Lloyd Pollak. Business Art. June 2010. p9
Ed Young and the Flying Archbishop. Lloyd Pollak. The South African Art Times May 21, 2010
Arch. Eastern and Western Cape Gallery Listings. Business Art. May 2010. p6.
Ed Young's Installation: Swinging Archbishop Emeritus Tutu. StateoftheArt.co.za. May 29, 2010.
Restaurant Review: An interesting spin on 6 Spin Street Restaurant. Chris von Ulmenstein. Whale Cottage Protfolio. May 3, 2010.
New work by Ed Young. Linda Stupart. The South African Art Times. April 26, 2010.
IDASA’s Revamp. Ed Suter. Creative Cape Town. March 10, 2010.
Art Beat. Emma Jordan.Wanted. August 2009. p95.
You’re all invited! Paul Edmunds. ArtThrob Diary. September 24, 2009.
Galerie Puta. Robert Sloon. Boot Print. Volume 3. Issue 1. Summer 2009. p27-28.
YoungBlackman set to open next to the Book Lounge. South African Art Times. September 18, 2009.
Funny peculiar, not funny ha-ha. Aidan Dunne. Irish Times. Monday, June 29, 2009.
Ons Skrik Vir Niks: Exhibitions of Race. Peter Baxter. SouthAfricaLogue.com. April 19, 2008.
Ed Young’s latest Satanic tirade. David Robert Lewis. Medialternatives. April 16, 2008.
Can Niggers Be Choosers. Ronald Suresh Roberts. The Daily ArtHeat. Saturday, March 15, 2008.
Is Ed Young a Satanist? David Robert Lewis. Medialternatives. February 28th, 2008.
The writer, the hatchet job and the politics of inflammatory language. Michael Smith. ArtThrob.co.za. Feb 2008
Bites and Pieces. Hilary Prendini Toffoli. Noseweek. February 2008. p36-37.
Art Attack. Carl Coliison. City Press [Pulse]. January 27, 2008. p16-17.
AICA's southern African seminar spawns regional section. Andrew Mulenga. THE POST - Zambia's Leading Newspaper. Friday November 16, 2007
Hell Yeah at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Bettina Malcomess. ArtThrob.co.za. Issue 120. Aug 2007
Art, it’s all happening again. Veronica Wilkinson. Sunday Times [Good Times]. June 21, 2007. p11.
Zachary Yorke, ‘Gimberg, Nerf, Sacks & Young’, Art South Africa. Vol. 05, Issue. 04, Winter 2007.
One Million and Forty-Four Years (And Sixty-Three Days) edited by Kathryn Smith. Zachary Yorke. ArtThrob.co.za. Issue 117. May 2007
Gimberg/Nerf/Sacks/Young. Sue Williamson. ArtThrob.co.za. Issue 117. May 2007
Discover SA’s conceptual Brat Pack. Suzy Bell. Cape Times. May 2, 2007. p11.
Irritatingly edgy. Miles Keylock. Mail & Guardian. April 13, 2007. p8.
Role Model. Valerie Knoll. Artforum. March 13, 2007.
Discovering and recovering. Andrew Lamprecht. Mail & Guardian. March 30, 2007. p1.
Exploring the in between. Gregg Smith. Art South Africa. Vol. 05, Issue. 03, Autumn 2007. p20.
Featured Artist: Nero Magazine N.9. [centerfold] April / May 2006.
Hauntology: A Response – Essay One: How do you spell F-R-A-U-D? Carine Zaayman. Art South Africa. Vol. 04, Issue. 03, Autumn 2006. p58-59.
Custodians of Difficulty. Kim Gurney. Art South Africa. Vol. 04, Issue. 03, Autumn 2006. P18-19.
T1 – The Pantagruel Syndrome. Ruth Sacks. Art South Africa. Vol. 04, Issue. 03, Autumn 2006. p78.
Truffle Shuffle. Eva Scharrer. ARTFORUM.com. November 2005.
Kunstenaar oorsee aangerand en ernstig beseer. Michelle O' Connor. Die Burger.
ARTBIO Ed Young. Chad Rossouw. ArtThrob.co.za. Issue 99. November 2005
Contra Mundi. Carine Zaayman. Art South Africa, Vol. 03. Issue 01. Spring 2004. p80.
Letter from Durban. Andrew Lamprecht. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 82. June 2004.
Party-Starter. Style Magazine. Society. June 2004. p110.
Gallery of whores visits Durban. The Independent on Saturday, May 22, 2004. p24.
Simply Assassinating. Daily News, Tonight, Friday, May 21, 2004. p3
Flash, aha. Andrew Lamprecht. Art South Africa. Vol. 02, Issue. 03, Autumn 2004. p48-53.
Feedback. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 79. March 2004.
One lame Asshole, for sure. Guy Willoughby. ThisDay. February 2, 2004. p9.
Who is the asshole. phrank. Version 3.6. January 2004.
Oh Ed, what were you thinking of? Suzy Bell. Cape Times Review, 20 January 2004. p2.
Brazen artist gets punters talking. Sivuyile Mbambato. Sunday Times, 18 January 2004. p13.
Conceptual art brings up the rear. CapeTowner, January 15. 2004. p9.
Celebrating the ‘A’ word and everyone’s invited. Elan Gamaker. ThisDay, 14 January 2004. p9.
Kunstenaar stal in Kaap uit - om sy naam krater te maak. Johan Rheeder. Die Burger, 10 January 2004. p8.
It’s a better thing to fall in love with art. Suzy Bell. Cape Times. Review. December 9, 2003. p2.
Decolonise the mind. Mario Pissarra. Art South Africa. Vol. 02, Issue 02, Summer 2003. p37-41.
Feedback. www.artthrob.co.za, November 2003.
Dada and development in Cape Town. Zachary Yorke. ThisDay, 20 November 2003.
SL100 / Edward Young, 24. Stacy Hardy. SL Magazine, October 2003. p32.
Ed Young: ‘Muse’. Sue Williamson. ArtThrob.co.za. Issue No. 73. September 2003.
Ed makes us all feel fidgety again… Anél Powell. CapeTowner, 11 September 2003.
Girl group have string of successes. Gill Moodie. Sunday Times, September 7, 2003.
Maar is dit kuns? Die Burger, September 6, 2003. p18.
Jan Rap en sy maat kan kunswerk word. Yvonne Beyers. Die Burger, 4 September 2003.
Minsk with Love. Caspar Greeff. Sunday Times. 2003
Ed Young: Bruce Gordon. Ivor Powell. Art South Africa, June 2003. P.71
Meeting: Art in the Water Closet. Tracy Murinik. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 70. June 2003.
Working the White Cube. Colin Richards. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 70. June 2003.
Bruce Gordon at the SANG. Paul Edmunds. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 68 April 2003.
Tug-of-war battle over living art work. Lin Sampson. Sunday Times, 13 April 2003.
Fashion - Art - Design. News. SL Magazine, April 2003, p88.
Where’s R52 000. Beezy Bailey. Cape Argus, 31 March 2003.
Gallery’s new acquisition speaks. Helen Bamford. Sunday Argus, 30 March 2003.
Bruce Gordon’s infamy gets him framed. Anél Powell. Cape Towner, 27 March 2003.
Is it an owned bar-owner or is it art? Melvyn Minnaar. Cape Times, 21 March 2003.
Kroegbaas word tjommelkuns. Cobus van Bosch. Die Burger, 19 March 2003.
Kroegman pleks van potplant word kunswerk. Yvonne Beyers. Die Burger, 19 March 2003.
Argie. Cape Argus. March 19, 2003. Front Page.
Tattooed bar owner gallery’s marked man. Tasneem Abrahams. Cape Argus 19 March 3003.
Tattoo puts Bruce among gallery’s body of work. Cape Times. 18 March 2003. Front Page.
Bruce Gordon Gets Tattooed. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 67. March 2003.
Bright young things. Tracy Murinik. Art South Africa, March 2003. p. 41.
The Sale of Bruce Gordon. Andrew Lamprecht. www.artthrob.co.za. Issue No. 65. December 2002.
Kaapse Kroegbaas uitgestal as kuns. Valda Jansen. Die Burger, 31 December 2002.
Bar owner sold as work of art. Bonny Schoonakker. Sunday Times, 29 December 2002.
Conceptual husband fetches R52 000. Douglas Carew. Weekend Argus. 7 December 2002.