Dr. Wes Hill is an art historian, artist, art critic and curator who lectures in art
theory and curatorial studies at Southern Cross University. He has a PhD in art history
from the University of Queensland, and he is regularly published in visual art magazines
and journals such as Artforum, Frieze, Broadsheet and Art and Australia. Speciality
research areas include contemporary art, the ‘folkloric’ and the nature and
representation of ‘criticality’ in cultural practice. Curated exhibitions include This is
what I do (Metro Arts, Brisbane, and Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania, Hobart), and
Living Things (Lismore Regional Gallery, Lismore). As an artist specialising in the
medium of installation, he has exhibited with Wendy Wilkins as ‘Wilkins Hill’ at numerous
national art institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Artspace,
Sydney, and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane. 

Journal articles

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Denise Rall, Clothing Cultures (2014)
 

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Haris Epaminonda, Frieze (2014)
 

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Christopher Hanrahan, Frieze (2013)
 

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Darren Sylvester, Frieze (2013)
 

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In focus: Emily Floyd, Frieze (2013)
 

Books

This is what i do, (2012)
 

Wilkins Hill: around the horseshoe (with Wendy Wilkins), (2005)
 

Book chapters

Sarah Ryan, Art and Australia collection awards projects 2003-2013 (2012)
 

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Tim Woodward, Art and Australia collection awards projects 2003-2013 (2012)
 

Conferences

The outmoded in contemporary art, PopCAANZ 4th Annual International Conference (2013)
 

The outmoded in contemporary art, AAANZ Conference 2013: Interdiscipline (2013)
 

The politics of curating Australia's Asia Pacific Triennial, International symposium, curatorial practices reframed: politics and pedagogy in curating contemporary art (2013)
 

The politics of curating Australia's Asia Pacific Triennial, AAANZ Conference 2013: Interdiscipline (2013)