Gill Hedley

Curator & Contemporary Art Consultant

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Gill Hedley speaking at Site Gallery, Sheffield, in 2006

© Gill Hedley  29 Sep 2016
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Gill Hedley is an independent curator, writer and consultant on contemporary visual arts. The menu to the left leads to information about different aspects of her work. On some pages blue links in bullet points open for more detail. Below are recent projects, with more on the archive page.

A remarkable exhibition of the work of Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva: Making Beauty, for which I am co-curator. It has already had a soft summer opening in Nottingham but its formal preview will take place on 22nd September at the Djanogly Gallery. The show combines Elpida’s two major projects of 2015 – her exhibition in the Vatican Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and then only one month later a new installation at Fabrica Brighton - into one new architectural interpretation.

The private view is on 22 September when I will be giving a talk from 6-7pm: Material Culture. A smaller version of Making Beauty will be shown at Danielle Arnaud Gallery in London in early 2017.

The summer launch of Making Beauty has led to some excellent publicity. These articles give the best introduction to her beautiful and extraordinary use of materials:
→ article from Wallpaper (www)
→ article from CNN (www)
→ and Critics' Choice in FT Weekend (PDF)

→ exhibition website (www)
→ catalogue essay Wall Veil (PDF)
Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's site (www)
summary of Elpida's work on this site

image of Elpida's work Making Beauty

Making Beauty - installation shot at the Djanogly

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image of Elpida's work Making Beauty

Making Beauty - installation shot at the Djanogly

I am also delighted to announce that Elpida has just been given a Golden Award at the Osten Drawing Biennial in Skopje. See also the essay These paper bullets of the brain (PDF), a survey of the work by British artists in the Osten collection.

Article in Septembers's edition of the Royal Academy magazine on Movers and Shakers - three London-based postwar female gallerists: Ala Story, Peter Norton and Erica Brausen.

image of Ann Sutton's new work

A solo show of Ann Sutton's new work opens in Oldham on 17th December and tours to her birthplace Stoke-on-Trent, opening on 19th March 2017. Its final venue is Winchester School of Art in November 2017.

Ann Sutton's site (www)
summary of Ann's work on this site

These exhibitions will be available for further tour:

• September 2016: Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva’s exhibition Making Beauty at the Djanogly Gallery, University of Nottingham, and then, in an edited version, to Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London.

• December 2016: Ann Sutton’s solo show will open in December 2016 in Oldham, then tour to Stoke-on-Trent and Winchester School of Art.





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