Gill Hedley is an independent curator, writer and consultant on contemporary visual arts. The menu to the left leads to different aspects of her work. On some pages blue links in bullet points open for more detail. Below are current and recent projects, with more on the archive page.
To mark the re-opening of the Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Professor Anne Massey and I, with the gallery’s curator Rob Airey, are selecting an exhibition, Pioneers of Pop, which makes strong links between the Independent Group and other pop pioneers during Richard Hamilton’s time as artist, teacher and exhibition designer in Newcastle upon Tyne, 1953-1966, from the Coronation to England’s victory in the World Cup.
A full film and education programme will accompany the exhibition.
More details and of the private view will follow.
Gill Hedley with Richard Hamilton São Paulo 1989
The next showing of Ann Sutton’s exhibition, On The Grid, will be at Winchester School of Art in 2018.
I am writing a book on the churches built in Britain after Waterloo,
looking in particular at those funded by the Incorporated Church Building Society.
In parallel to the £1.5m Commissioners’ Churches, they supported
free seats for all
and church improvements from 1818 until the 1980s.
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