Gill Hedley

Curator & Contemporary Art Consultant

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Gill Hedley speaking at Site Gallery, Sheffield, in 2006

© Gill Hedley  27 Apr 2016
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Gill Hedley is an independent curator, writer and consultant on the contemporary visual arts. The menu to the left leads to information about different aspects of her work. On some pages the bullet points open for more detail. Below are recent projects, with more on the archive page.

image of Ricard Hamilton with Gill Hedley

Richard Hamilton and Gill Hedley, São Paulo, 1989

Borough Road Gallery
School of Creative Arts and Industries
London South Bank University
103 Borough Road, London, SE1 0AA
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7815 5737
Web: www.boroughroadgallery.co.uk

As part of my informal research into Richard Hamilton’s time in Newcastle upon Tyne, I am giving a talk on:

BASIC AND NOT SO BASIC DESIGN:
RICHARD HAMILTON AS AN EDUCATOR

This talk will look at Hamilton’s time at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (1953-1966). It will also be an informal presentation of memories and comment from those who have worked in education, art history and as practising artists as a result of their studies in the Fine Art Department under the Father of Pop during one of the very many periods of Pop Art’s conception.

If you want to attend, do please let me know and I’ll send details nearer the time. It will be an early evening event.

A solo show of Ann Sutton's new work opens in her birthplace Stoke-on-Trent in November 2016 and tours to Oldham.

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

image of Ann Sutton's new work

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.

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

• late 2017: Dillwyn Smith’s solo show Silvering the Cerebrum from late 2017 onwards.

I am finishing my biography of Arthur Tilden Jeffress, and starting a biography of Lady Norton (aka Noel E. or Peter Norton or even Mrs Clifford Norton), who was another art patron with a fascinating story to be told. All I need is a publisher or an agent ...

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