Gill Hedleyback

Curator & Contemporary Art Consultant

Erica Brausen

Gill Hedley speaking at Site Gallery, Sheffield, in 2006

Photographs

This small collection of photographs of Erica Brausen comes from her friend Jean Yves-Mock, who wrote the memoir on this site, translated by Gill Hedley, who is an independent curator, writer and consultant on contemporary visual arts.


Erica Brausen's parents

Erica Brausen's parents à la chasse - wearing hunting clothes

Meher or Sair Baba, the guru who helped Erica move to London. The note on the back of the photo says, thanks to him EB entered GB before the war

Meher or Sair Baba

Erica as a young woman in Germany in c 1928

Erica Brausen in Germany  Erica Brausen in Germany  Erica Brausen by Florence Henry

photographed by Florence Henry, c 1931

Erica Brausen at the Hanover

Erica in the early 1960s at work at the Hanover Gallery.


The note on the back of the photo says, a summer exhibition on the ground floor. Drawing by Giacometti - stainless steel unique cast of a plaster, made by Attento for Man Ray to be used as object in his photograph. It is important that there was more sculpture exhibited that summer together with Marini's, Manthle's, Arp's, Michrer's, etc

the Hanover Gallery.


The note on the back of the photo says, entrance to the Hanover Gallery at 32A St George St, London W1. In the background, the church

the Hanover Gallery
Erica in later life, probably on Panarea

Erica in later life, probably on Panarea.