Biographical Overviews

Solo Exhibitions

  • 1957 Falk Jensen, Athenæum, Copenhagen
  • 1960 Galerie Birch, Copenhagen
  • 1961 Galleria del Naviglio, Milan, Italy
  • 1963 Galerie Ariel, Paris, France
  • 1964 Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk with Tajiri, Ghermandi and Willy Ørskov, transfers to Sweden.
  • 1966 Gallerie Focus, Paris, France, with Arne Haugen Sørensen
  • 1967 Galleria Ferrari, Verona, Italy
  • 1968 Souvenir, Aarhus Museum of Art with Per Arnoldi 
  • 1974 i.e. Grafik, Copenhagen, with Giovanni Meloni and Peter Lautrop
  • 1975 Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, with painter Giovanni Meloni
  • 1975 Retrospective, Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen with Arne Haugen Sorensen                  
  • 1976 Retrospective, Nordjyllands Museum of Art, Ålborg, with Arne Haugen Sørensen
  • Retrospective, Sonja Henies og Niels Onstads Stiftelser, Høvikodden, Norway Galerie Nord, Randers 
  • 1979 Randers Museum of Art
  • 1980 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen at the Glyptotek, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen
  • 1981 Attitudes, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, England with Walter Dusenberry, Lee Gran Jean and Glynn Williams
  • 1982 Charles Cowles Gallery, New York
  • 1983 San José Museum of Art, California, USA
  • 1983 Centro Storico, Prato, Italy
  • 1989 Kunsthallen, Copenhagen
  • 1991 Halkbank Sanart Galerisi, Ankara, Turkey
  • 1991 Dolmebache Palace, Istanbul, Turkey
  • 1991 The Cyclops, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek with Christian Lemmerz
  • 1992 Galleri Movitz, Stockholm, Sweden, with Rikard Larsson
  • 1993 Retrospective, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, England.
  • 1993 Retrospective, Charlottenborg, with Carl Henning Petersen, Copenhage
  • 1993 Brøndum Grafik, with Gregers Nielsen
  • 1995 Clay Sculptures, Bornholm’s Museum of Art
  • 1996 Stone and Clay, Frederiks Bastion, Copenhagen
  • 1996 The Museum of Sketches in Lund, Sweden, with Steffan Nielén
  • 1996 Can Altimira, Barcelona, Spain
  • 1996 Galerie Anne Marie, Copenhagen, with Giovanni Meloni
  • 1997 Franz Pedersens Kunsthandel, Horsens, with Troels Wörsel
  • 1997 Hillerød Municipality
  • 1998 Retrospective, Esbjerg Museum of Art
  • 1998 Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen
  • 1999 I Think I See, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen
  • 1999 Silent Witness, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca; 
  • 1999 Museo de Xalapa, Mexico
  • 2000 I Think I See, Retrospective, Art Centre Silkeborg Bad
  • 2000 I Think I See, Sophienholm, Copenhagen 
  • 2001 Time, Cause and the Undecidable, 2001, Mae d´Aguas das Amoreiras, Lisbon, Portugal; 
  • 2001 Gaia, Porto, Portugal; Castelo de Vide, Portugal
  • 2002 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Vigeland Museum, Oslo, Norway
  • 2004 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen and Eli Benveniste, Brøndsalen, Copenhagen
  • 2004 That’s Why They Call Them Dogs, Bornholm’s Museum of Art
  • 2004That’s Why They Call Them Dogs, Felleshuset der Nordischen Botschaften, Berlin 
  • 2004 A New Agreement, Galleri Veggerby
  • 2005 Before and Soon after, Edison, Frederiksberg, with Peter Lautrop 
  • 2007 While We Wait, Sculpture Street, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
  • 2007 Drawings and poems, Gallery Claus Christensen, Copenhagen, with Merete Pryds Helle 
  • 2008 The Alphabet of Time, Gallery Profilen, Århus with Eli Benveniste
  • 2008 Jorgen Haugen Sorensen, Exposition Centro Fotográfico, Oaxaca Mexic
  • 2008 The witnesses - The Others, Det ny Kastet, Thisted
  • 2010 Pastryplatters for a Nation in War, Svanekegaarden, Bornholm
  • 2010 Horsemongers, Gallery Claus Christensen, Copenhagen with Thomas Boberg
  • 2011 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen in Cisternerne; Cisternerne, Copenhagen 
  • 2011 In Dialogue, with Norbert Tadeusz, Bornholm Art Museum. 
  • 2013 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen and Eli Benveniste in Oaxaca, Espacio Escultórico, La Telaraña, Mexico
  • 2013 The Black Songbook, Drawings, Brøndums Forlag
  • 2013 The Black Songbook”, Bronze sculptures, Gallery Profilen, Århus
  • 2013 They know, what they do!, Skovgaardmuseet, Viborg
  • 2013 Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Gustavsberg Porslinsmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2014 Justitio and the Witnesses, Thorvaldsen museum, Copenhagen
  • 2014 The judgement, or Something I read, Hans Alf Gallery, Copenhagen
  • 2015 Domino Effects: Drawings, Hans Alf Gallery, Copenhagen
  • 2016 A Dark Story in White, Hans Alf Gallery, Copenhagen
  • 2016 A Dark Story in White, Paola Raffo Arte Contemporanea
  • 2017 They cut the legs off the white horses, Læsø Kunsthal, Denmark, with Giovanni Meloni
  • 2017 The Crowd, Paola Raffo Arte Contemporanea, Pietrasanta Italy 
  • 2017 The Crowd, Piazza del Duomo, Chiesa e Chiostro di Sant’Agostino, Pietrasanta, Italy
  • 2018 The Milky Way, The Italian Cultural Institute Copenhagen, with Giovanni Meloni   
  • 2018 The Innocent Guilty, Hans Alf Gallery
  • 2019 The Innocent Guilty, Vianden, Luxembourg
  • 2019 Time Meets Time, a dialog exhibition at the J.F. Willumsens Museum

 

Group exhibitions

  • The artists’ society Decembristerne, 1956-1976
  • The artists’ society Grønningen, 1979-1989 and from 1997-2015
  • Veksølund, exhibition venue for sculpture, since 1978-2010
  • 1953 Charlottenborg’s Spring Exhibition, Copenhagen
  • 1954 Artists’ Autumn Exhibition, Copenhagen
  • Kunst 1954, Børge Birch, Charlottenborg Copenhagen
  • 1 Sculptor and 3 Painters, Galerie Athenæum, Copenhagen
  • 1956 Summer Exhibition 1956, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
  • 1957 Modern Danish Art, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
  • 1957 Modern Danish Art, Gentofte Town Hall
  • 1957 The Permanent, Aarhus
  • 1957 Modern Danish Art, travelling exhibition in Sweden
  • 1957 Danish Art, travelling exhibition in Holland
  • 1958 The Horticultural Society’s garden, Frederiksberg
  • 1958 Biennale in Venice, Italy with Palle Nielsen, Poul Christensen and Sigurd Vasegaard
  • 1958 Seven Young Talents in Danish Art, Kunstforeningen, Oslo, Norge
  • 1958 3 Sculpteurs et 7 Peintres-Graveurs, Maison du Danemark, Paris, France
  • 1959 Youth Biennale in Paris 1959 and 1963; wins critics’ prize 1963, 1965
  • 1959 Travelling exhibitions in Holland, Austria, Sweden and Norway
  • 1961 The Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 
  • 1961 Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
  • 1961 IV, V VI Concorso Internazionale del Bronzetto, Padua, Italy, 1963 and 1965
  • 1964 Danish Abstract Art, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas; Florida Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida; Robertson Memorial Art Center, Binghampton, New York; The Art Museum, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire; National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Inst., Washington D.C.
  • 1965 Travelling exhibition in Germany, Holland and Poland
  • 1966 The Twelve, Internasjonal Billedkunst, Bergen, Stavanger, Norway; 
  • 1966 Galerie Birch, Copenhagen
  • 1966 Jeune Sculpture, Musée Rodin, Paris, France, 1966, 1969, catalogue
  • 1967 Pittsburgh International Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  • 1967 Young Danish Art 1942-1967, Den Frie, Charlottenborg, 
  • 1967 Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
  • 1967 Young Danish Art, Fond. Pagani, Milan, Italy
  • 1969 Jysk Kunstgalleri, Sven Hansen, Copenhagen
  • 1971 Cuardernos del Taller, Clot, Bramsen et Georges, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 1973 Art Danoise, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, France
  • 1974 The Free Artists, Den Frie, Galerie Birch, Copenhagen, and Northern Jutland Museum of Art
  • 1975 III International Biennale for small sculptures, Budapest, Hungary
  • 1975 Forma Viva, International Symposium of Sculptors 73/76, Maribor, Yugoslavia
  • 1975 Cole and Steiness Art Gallery, Beverly Hills, California, U.S.A.
  • 1976 V 1976: VII 1980; IX 1984; XI 1988 International Drawing Biennale, Moderna Galerija, Rijeca,Yugoslavia
  • 1976 A Selection of Danish Artists after 1945, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen
  • 1977 Art Is Better Than Gold, Galerie Birch, København
  • 1977 4 artisti Danesi, with Arne Haugen Sørensen, Robert Jacobsen, Egill Jacobsen, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy
  • 1977 Forme Nel Verde, S. Quirico D’Orcia; Abbadia S. Salvatore, Italy
  • 1978 70 Scultori Contemporanei, Sommacampagna, Verona, Italy
  • 1979 15 Biennale, Middelheim Sculpture Park, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 1980 XI International Sculpture Conference, Washington DC, USA
  • 1981 Paris - Copenhagen, Galerie Birch in Den Frie exhibition hall, Copenhagen
  • 1981 Scultori e artigiani in un centro storico, Pietrasanta, Italy
  • 1983 Il Passato E La Presenza, Cittá di Pietrasanta, Italy
  • 1984 The Danes, Liljevalchs Kulturhus, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1984 Night of Lead and Ashes, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
  • 1984 Scultura Disegnata, Enrico Crispolti, Rome, Italy
  • 1986 The Danish Show, Sculpture, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, England
  • 1986 Scultura di Passaggio, Montignoso, Italy
  • 1988 Sculpture, Carvings from Carrara, Massa and Pietrasanta, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, England
  • 1988 Represents Denmark in the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seoul, Korea, with Robert Jacobsen
  • 1989 Idiomi Della Sculpture Contemporanea, 3a rassegna internazionale di scultura, Verona, Italy
  • 1989 BIO 2. Bienal Internacional de Escultura Contemporánea de Ópidos, Portugal
  • 1989Drawings and Sculptures, Bikuben Foundation, travelling exhibition, Denmark
  • 1994 Art Exchange Madras Scandinavia Tamil Nadu, India
  • 1995 Human Touch, Trondheims Kunstforening 150 Years, Norway
  • 1995 Border District Exhibition 1970-1995, Denmark
  • 1996 Mostra Internazionale di Scultura, All´aperto, Gambarogno, Lago Maggiore, Schweiz
  • 1996 Danish Sculpture of 125 Years, Denmark
  • 1997 Images of Denmark, National Theatre in Accra, Ghana
  • 1997 Tide, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen
  • 1998 IX Biennale Internazionale di scultura Cittá di Carrara, Italy
  • 1999 Premio Internazionale di Scultura Constantino Nivola, The Danish Academy in Rome, Italy
  • 2002 Gallery Profilen, Århus
  • 2004 Gallery Profilen, Århus, with Erik A. Frandsen, John Olsen and Jens Birkemose
  • 2006 Gallery Profilen, Århus
  • 2008 10° Festival Internacional de Puebla, Mexico.
  • 2008 Cosa guardi? Grafiche Aurora, Verona Italy
  • 2010 Across, Valby, Copenhagen.
  • 2010 The patriarchs, Museum of religious art, Lemvig; Stiftung Christliche Kunst Wittenberg, Germany, with Bjørn Nørgaard, Bodil Kaalund og Ingvar Cronhammar.
  • 2011 Festival of ceramics, Brandpunkt Terra, Oude Kerk, Delft Holland.
  • 2018 BAU, Book Launch, La Triennale di Milano, GAMC Viareggio Italy
  • 2019 Norman X Brask Art Collections
  • 2019 Beyond the Vessel, Curated by Messums Wiltshire, at the Meşher gallery in Istanbul for the Koç Foundation

 

Films

  • 1965 JHS, with photographer Gregers Nielsen; subsidised by the Danish Film Institute
  • 1969 Portrait of Ole, with photographer Gregers Nielsen
  • 1971 Ferdinand Cheval, the Country Postman, with photographer Gregers Nielsen, Jette Mühlendorph and Kaj Linnemann; subsidized by the Danish Film Institute
  • 1970 Barcelona, with photographer Gregers Nielsen, Jette Mühlendorph and Peter Lautrop, subsidized by the Danish Film Institute
  • 1993 An Experience Less, directed and produced by Eli Benveniste, Lars Beyer, Dino Raymond Hansen and Prami Larsen; subsidised by the Danish Film Workshop, TV2/Denmark, Mediekontoret and Harboe’s Foundation
  • 2007 I Think I See. New portrait film by Malene Ravn. A portrait of Jørgen HaugenSørensen’s work in clay over the last ten years; subsidised by the Danish Film Institute, L.F. Foght’s Foundation, Beckett Foundation and Danish Radio 
  • 2014 Art sees through society, Louisiana Channel
  • 2016 Filmportrait of Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, TV2 Bornholm
  • 2017 The Crowd, Pietrasanta, Enrico Chelli
  • 2019 Three filmportraits of Jørgen Haugen Sorensen, by Malene Ravn

 

Prizes and scolarships

  • 1956 Bielke 
  • 1958 The Academy 1956 
  • 1958 The French State Grant 
  • 1959 Kai Nielsen 
  • 1959 Carlson’s Prize 
  • 1960 New Carlsberg Foundation’s Rome stipend
  • 1963 The Critics’ Prize at the Youth Biennale, Paris
  • 1965 The Danish Arts Foundation’s 3-year stipend
  • 1970 Victor Freund 
  • 1970 Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen 
  • 1977 Premio Europeo Umberto Biancamano 
  • 1984 The Danish Arts Foundation’s lifelong grant
  • 1994 Anne Marie Carl Nielsen
  • 1998 Haslunds Kunstnerfond
  • 2016 Premio Fratelli Roselli – Pietrasanta e la Versilia nel mondo

 

Awarded

  • 1969 The Eckersberg Medal 
  • 1979 Thorvaldsen’s Medal 1979

 

Sculptures standing in public Denmark 

  • 1964 The Memory Plunger, Århus Senior High School
  • 1969 Sculpture Group for Herning College of Business
  • 1973 Sculpture Group for the Danish School of Journalism, Århus
  • 1977 The Blue One That Crawls over the Red One, Kastrupgård, Tårnby
  • 1979 The Sønderborg Sculpture, Sønderborg pedestrian street
  • 1979 Sculpture Group for the University of Copenhagen, Amager
  • 1980 They Move, Get Heavy and Die, Sønderborg
  • 1981 Those That Carry Each Other, Herning Technical College
  • 1983 The Angular Ones Carry and The Smooth Ones Slide, Nørrebrogade, Copenhagen
  • 1986 Those That Carry and Push, Skandinavisk Tobakskompagni A/S, Søborg
  • 1986 The Locked, Art Museum, Køge Skitsesamling
  • 1987 Those That Look Like Each Other, Horsens Kunstmuseum
  • 1988 Stone on Stone, Jyske Bank, Silkeborg
  • 1988 The Herning Stone, Herning
  • 1988 Stone on Stone, KTAS, Copenhagen
  • 1989 Lump with Strong Supports, RUC-Roskilde University Centre
  • 1990 The Ikast Stone, Frisenborgparken, Ikast
  • 1990 The Bound, Studiegården, Copenhagen
  • 1991 Vulgar Accumulation, Karup Lufthavn, Karup
  • 1993 Construction for the Dead, Himmelev Senior High School, Roskilde
  • 1992 The One That Apparently Supports, Ikast
  • 1993 The House That Rains, Sankt Hans Torv, Copenhagen
  • 1994 Shadows of Yesterday, Katrine Mindes Teglværk, Broager
  • 1995 Two That Carry a Cute One, Posen, Fisketorvet, Hillerød
  • 1995 Stupidity’s Big Foot, Ribe
  • 2001 A Rest and Two that Carry a Cute One, Klampenborgvej, Lyngby
  • 2002 The Lowest of Heavens or Like Holding Back the Sea with a Broomstick a gift from Teacher Stan Its Brandforsikring to the National Gallery of Art.
  • 2004 That’s Why They Call Them Dogs, the Panum Institute, Copenhagen
  • 2005 That’s Why They Call Them Dogs, a big group of dogs in clay, the National Gallery of Art.
  • 2006 The Solrød Stone, Solrød
  • 2008 While we Wait, Finn Poulsen, Herning.
  • 2008 The Royal Thought, Sct. Catharinæ Stiftelsen, Hjørring 
  • 2010 Lump with Support, Danish National Bank, Copenhagen
  • 2010 Pastry platters for a nation in war, The New Carlsberg Foundation.
  • 2011 The Colossus of Amager, The New Carlsberg Foundation to Tårnby Municipality.
  • 2011 Five white ceramic reliefs to The City Court, Courthouse, Copenhagen: An experience Less; Crowd at the Gate of Stupidity; That’s Why They Call Them Dogs or Dogfight; Chaos and The Totalitarian 
  • 2011 The Brothers Guilt and Sorrow, Bornholms Kuntmuseum.
  • 2012 A Self-appointed Miracle Awaits a New One, Bornholms Kunstmuseum.
  • 2014 Justitio, The Witnesses, two travertine sculptures the Copenhagen City Court, Courthouse.
  • 2019 The Shadow, The Court at Frederiksberg

 

Sculptures standing in public outside Denmark

  • 1976 Forma Viva, International Symposium of Sculptors 73/76, Maribor, Yugoslavia
  • 1981 The House Sunbathing, The Danish Academy, Rome. Moved to San Cataldo, Scala, Italy in 2018
  • 1981 Municipal Sculpture, Prato, Italy
  • 1988 Industrial Erection, The Olympic Park, Seoul, Korea
  • 1990 Grief, The French University in Istanbul, Turkey
  • 1992 Tashankara, Ankara, Turkey
  • 1994 The Ship, The Weight, The Walls, LTH, University of Lund, Sweden
  • 2001 The Alentejo Stone, Castelo de Vide, Portugal
  • 2012 Supplement to the title's elimination, Yorkshire Sculpture Park 
  • 2017 The crowd, Pietrasanta, Italy

 

Represented at the following museums in Denmark

  • ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum
  • Bornholms Kunstmuseum
  • Esbjerg Kunstmuseum
  • Fyns Kunstmuseum, Odense
  • Herning Kunstmuseum
  • Horsens Kunstmuseum
  • Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Ålborg
  • Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen
  • Kastrupgårdsamlingen, Kastrup
  • Kunstmuseet Trapholt, Kolding
  • KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad
  • Kunstmuseet Køge Skitsesamling
  • Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk
  • Randers Kunstmuseum
  • Silkeborg Kunstmuseum
  • Skive Kunstmuseum
  • Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
  • Storstrøms Kunstmuseum, Maribo
  • Sønderjyllands Kunstmuseum, Tønder
  • Vejle Kunstmuseum
  • Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum, Sorø

 

Represented at the following museums and collections outside Denmark

  • Helsingborg Museum, Sweden
  • Jönköping Museum, Sweden
  • Lunds Arkivmuseum, Lund, Sweden
  • Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo, Norway
  • Sonja Henies og Niels Onstads Stiftelser, Høvikodden, Norway
  • Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  • MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, U.S.A.
  • The French University in Istanbul, Turkey
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, England
  • Portofino Sculpture Park, Portofino, Portugal
  • Museo Dei Bozzetti Pietrasanta, Italy
  • Ömer Koç, Istanbul, Turkey

 

Selected Literature - chronologically arranged

  • André: En guldmedalje ville brænde mig i hånden, in Århus Stiftstidende 16.1.1957
  • BL: Billedhuggeren i slagtehuset, in Information 26.11.1958.
  • Gunnar Jespersen: Hvorfor er I så bange?, in B.T. 3.12.1959.
  • Gunnar Jespersen: Kunstens sputnik, in B.T 31.10.1960.
  • Pierre Lübecker: Kunst er ikke et embede, in Politiken 6.11.1960.
  • Virtus Schade: Dansk kunst er 50 år bagefter, in Berlingske Aftenavis 30.9.1963.
  • Gunnar Jespersen: I Danmark går man bare og venter, in B.T. 4.11.1963.
  • Maria Marcus: Fordi man vinder sin frihed, in Ekstra Bladet 22.11.1963.
  • Gunnar Jespersen: Kan man nu forstå ham?, in Berlingske Tidende 8.12.1968.
  • Øystein Hjort: Samtale omkring Bunke med tilskuere, in Information 11.5.1971.
  • Chr. Dotremont et al., in Jørgen Haugen Sørensen. 1953- 1976. Galerie Birch, Copenhagen 1976.
  • Hans Edvard Nørregård-Nielsen: Kunstinformation, in Information 8.6.1976.
  • Minna Heimbürger Ravalli: 4 artisti danesi. Palazzo Reale, Milan 1977.
  • Birgitta Trotzig: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen. Profiler i dansk kunst, Copenhagen 1978.
  • H.E. Nørregård-Nielsen, Per Hovdenakk and Helmer Jørgensen, in Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Glyptoteket 1980.
  • Jette Mühlendorph, in Skulptur Veksølund 1978-79, 1981.
  • Robert Dahlmann Olsen, in Veksølund besøger Nikolaj, 1981.
  • Preben Hygum: Når kunsten bliver kommunal, in Information 9.6.1981.
  • Andrea B. Del Quercio et al., in Skulptur Veksølund, 1982.
  • Gunnar Jespersen: Følsom landsknægt i hurtig offensiv, in Politiken 10.11.1983.
  • Ninka: Manden og stenen, in Politiken 13.11.1988.
  • Leila Krogh: Kunst i rummet, 1989.
  • Peter Murray: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Ankara 1991.
  • Ninka: Jeg har altid været ræd, in Politiken 11.8.1991.
  • Ankara. En kunstner og en by. Samtaler med Henrik Nordbrandt, 1992.
  • Jørgen Gustava Brandt, Peter Murray et al., in Souvenir. Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Charlottenborg. 1993.
  • Henrik Steen Møller: En gave i granit, in Politiken 20.1.1993.
  • Peter Michael Hornung: Et liv med stenen, in Politiken 30.4.1993.
  • Henrik Steen Møller: Tillykke med torvet, in Politiken 9.7.1993.
  • Marina Vaizey: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen, Dansk Nutidskunst 1994.
  • Weilbach: Dansk Kunstnerleksikon, Copenhagen 1995.
  • Jørgen Haugen Sørensen: Lerskulpturer. Bornholm’s Museum of Art 1995.
  • Peter Murray et al.: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen. Sten og ler, Copenhagen 1996.
  • Dansk skulptur i 125 år. Statens Museum for Kunst at Charlottenborg 1996.
  • Mikkel Bogh et al.: Dansk Skulptur i 125 år, Copenhagen 1996.
  • Peter Michael Hornung et al.: Ny dansk kunsthistorie, Copenhagen 1996.
  • Henrik Steen Møller: Der mangler vidner til vor tid, in Politiken 28.12.1998.
  • Synne Rifbjerg: Fra kælderens mørke, in Weekendavisen 26.2.1999.
  • Per Hovdenakk: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen. Jeg mener jeg ser, Kunstcentret Silkeborg Bad and Sophienholm, 2000.
  • Henrik Wivel: Den glatte glider, in Weekendavisen 16.6.2000.
  • Lisbeth Bonde: Kunst der bider, in Information 23.9.2000.
  • Henning Thøgersen: Jeg er stemplet som vanskelig, in Ekstra Bladet 1.10.2000.
  • Paris: Capital of the Arts 1900-1968, London 2002.
  • Per Hovdenakk: Jørgen Haugen Sørensen i Vigeland-Museet, Oslo 2002.
  • Lisbeth Bonde: Kunstnere på tale, Copenhagen 2002.
  • Per Hovdenakk et al.: Kunstrejse, Herning Kunstmuseum 2003.
  • Nils Thorsen: Verden er fuld af løgn. Om at blive og være til, in Politiken 8.11.2003.
  • Lars Kjærulf Møller: Som at holde havet tilbage med en kost eller That’s why they call them dogs. Bornholm’s Museum of Art 2004.
  • Før og lidt efter. Special Section in Politiken, 2.4.2005.
  • ”The Black Songbook”, Brøndums publishing house 2013
  • Brian Nygaard; Erik Steffensen; Asger Schnack
  • ” Vi must go on” Double diary with Peter Poulsen 2016
  • Bruno Cora -Premio Fratelli Roselli – Pietrasanta e la Versilia nel mondo”2016
  • Time Meets Time, Lisbeth Lund, 2019
  • Mikael Wivel: The Crowd and the Individual, 2019
  • A Fiction, Jørgen Haugen Sørensen – as told to Morten Søndergaard, 2019
  • Beyond the Vessel, Cathrine Milner, Wiltshire, England