Gill Hedleyback

Writer and Curator

Writing

Gill Hedley speaking at Site Gallery, Sheffield, in 2006

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→ in preparation, biography of Noel Evelyn Norton. Possibly due 2024
→ note on forthcoming biography of 18th century architect Henry Flitcroft. Possibly due 2022
→ note on publication of biography Arthur Jeffress, A Life in Art, published by Bloomsbury, April 2020. ISBN 978-1-8386-0281-9
→ Julia Manheim The Shifting Emphasis. Published by Bellew Publishing in collaboration with Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, 1995. Foreword by the editor Barbara Taylor. ISBN 1 85725 107 5
New Voices British Council, 1992, with an essay about the YBAs by Gill Hedley and comprehensive biographical and bibliographical notes. ISBN 0 86355 142 4
Pleasure Grounds: The Gardens and Landscapes of Hampshire, edited by Gill Hedley and Adrian Rance and published by Milestone Publications, with a foreword by Sir Hugh Casson. In connection with the exhibition of the same name at Southampton Art Gallery, 1987. ISBN 1 85265 104 0
→ exhibition catalogue for Capability Brown and the Northern Landscape a Tyne and Wear County Council Museums exhibition, 1983. ISBN 13: 9780905974125
→ exhibition catalogue for The Picturesque Tour in Northumberland and Durham c.1720-1830 at the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne April-May, 1982. Published by Tyne and Wear County Council Museums. ISBN 0 905974 06 9
→ magazine article on The Picturesque Tour (PDF)
→ co-writer of An Anthology of Victorian and Edwardian Paintings from the collection of the City Art Gallery, Bristol. Catalogue for exhibition at the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Oct 1975.
The Muriel Wilson Bequest for Pallant House Gallery exhibition, Feb 2020 Pioneers of Pop, Hatton Gallery, Oct 2017
→ Ann Sutton On The Grid, Gallery Oldham, Dec 2016 (PDF)
→ Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva Wall Veil, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, Sept 2016 (PDF)
These Paper Bullets of the Brain, British Art Collection, Osten, Macedonia, 2016 (PDF)
→ A.R. Hopwood False Memory Archive, introduction to online edition, 2015 (PDF) → Jacob Epstein Babies and Bloomsbury, Foundling Museum, Jan 2015 (PDF)
→ Dillwyn Smith Dirty Linen, Patricke Heide Contemporary Art, Oct 2014
→ Ann Sutton Counterpoint, Patricke Heide Contemporary Art, summer 2014 (PDF)
→ Permindar Kaur We Are All Wild Things, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, Feb 2014
→ Sigune Hamann In The Name Of, DLI Museum, July 2013
→ Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva Silentio Pathologia, Macedonian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, June 2013
→ Fernanda Fragateiro Not Connecting, Gulbenkian Foundation (UK), May 2013 (PDF)
Ann Sutton's new work in 2013, with commentary by Gill Hedley (PDF)
→ Colin Booth Institute of Play, Laing Art Gallery, May 2011
Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego at the Foundling, Foundling Museum, 2010
→ John Kindness An English Interior, Foundling Museum, 2008
Passed as Present, the Lodeveans Collection, York City Art Gallery, 2008
→ Summer exhibition Florence Trust, 2008
RSVP: Contemporary artists at the Foundling, Foundling Museum, 2007
Freeze 20: 1988 Before and After, The Hospital Club, July 2007
Treasure Island, essay for catalogue for Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 1997
The Mag Collection, Ferens Art Gallery, 1997
→ Ray Smith Flower Paintings, Barbican Concourse Gallery, 1997
Sizing Up, new work by Julia Manheim, Southampton City Art Gallery, 1987

Gill Hedley is a writer, an independent curator and a consultant on contemporary visual arts. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view PDF documents.

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