Interlaced. (2011) catalogue. Published by Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem/46 Nord 6 Est Frac Lorraine and Cultuurcentrum Brugge. Essays, in English, French and Dutch, are by Julie L McGee and Michel Dewilde, with an introduction by the curators of the three institutions, Dewilde, Béatrice Josse and Mirjam Westen.

Across Oceans. (2008) catalogue. Published by Transit Art Space and Ha gamle prestegard, to coincide with a solo exhibition at Transit Art Space, Stavanger, Norway and the exhibition of new work commissioned in a lighthouse in Obrestad in October 2008.

BERNI SEARLE Recent work 2007/08. (2008) catalogue. Published to coincide with a solo exhibition at Michael Stevenson in September 2008, which featured a number of new commissioned video works and prints, with contributions by Tamar Garb, Annie Coombes, Gabeba Baderoon, Gavin Jantjes, Tracy Murinik, Marion Arnold and Elvira Dyangani Ose.

Approach. (2006) catalogue. This monograph is published jointly by Michael Stevenson, the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum and Johannesburg Art Gallery, and accompanied exhibitions at the three galleries in 2006/7.

To love, to fear, to leave. (2005) brochure. An installation at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Centre, presented by the Museum of African Art as part of PERFORMA 05.

Presence 7: Berni Searle. (2005) brochure. Published by the Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. 2005

About to forget. (2005) catalogue. Published by Michel Stevenson

Vapour. (2004) catalogue. Published by Michel Stevenson

Berni Searle/MATRIX 202 A Matter of Time. (2003) brochure. Published by the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA

Float. Standard Bank Young Artist. (2003) catalogue. Published to coincide with the 2003 Standard Bank Young Artist exhibition, this monograph features an in-depth essay by Johannesburg-based academic Rory Bester and reproductions of major bodies of work from the Colour me and Discoloured series through to the video Home and away (2003)

Fresh. Berni Searle (2003) catalogue. The Fresh residency and research project saw seven young South African artists participating in month-long residencies at the South African National Gallery. Fresh was funded by the Prince Bernhard Cultural Fund through an award made to Marlene Dumas.