Peter Sedgley  (British, 1930) 


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Peter Sedgley, Spin & Wing


Peter Sedgley
Spin & Wing

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Tyche


Peter Sedgley

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Touch


Peter Sedgley

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Blue Band


Peter Sedgley
Blue Band

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Red Nebula


Peter Sedgley
Red Nebula

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Red & Blue Chevrons


Peter Sedgley
Red & Blue Chevrons

Galerie Diehl
Peter Sedgley, Video Disques


Peter Sedgley
Video Disques

Osborne Samuel
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Peter Sedgley, Trace Blue Violet Blue


Peter Sedgley
Trace Blue Violet Blue
acrylic on substrate


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Peter Sedgley, Hieroglyph


Peter Sedgley
Hieroglyph, 1982
white gouache on black paper


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Peter Sedgley, Untitled (+ Whitewave, seven paper multiples; 10 works)


Peter Sedgley
Untitled (+ Whitewave, seven paper multiples; 10 works), 1970
color screenprint on tin


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1930   Born in London
1944 - 1946   Studied architecture in London
1948 - 1950   National Service, Egypt
1956   First solo exhibition at The McRoberts and Tunnard Gallery, London. This was soon followed by a major exhibition at the Howard Wise Gallery, New York. Along with Bridget Riley his work passed through a monochromatic period followed by an increasing interest and experimentation with a controlled chromatic scale.
1958   Founded a co-operative of Associated Technicians, concerned with design and construction
1963   Became increasingly interested in painting
1968   Founding member of Space Provision Artistic Cultural and Educational (SPACE) and Art Information Registry (AIR) Information Centre for the Arts
1960 - 1969   Established as a leading figure in the development of op art, kinetic and light art. Working with light, kinetic sculpture, painting and computers his work has constantly evolved through abstraction, construction and the development of forms and effects based on repetition.
1973   Major exhibition at the IKON Gallery, Birmingham
2000    Peter Sedgley: Acts of Light (Paintings, kinetic pieces, works on paper and prints) , text by Margaret Garlake ( London : Austin/Desmond Fine Art in association with Kelly Ross)
1997    Peter Sedgley: Paintings, Kinetics, Light Installations, exhibition catalogue with texts by Jan Sekera and Arsén Pohribn (Prague : The Czech Museum of Fine Arts)
1996    Sedgley, Peter: S , a catalogue published by the artist
1983    Sedgley, Peter & Heinz Ohff: “My Kinetic Artworks and Paintings 1971-1982”, in: Leonardo ( Paris , London & New York ), vol.15, no. 3, pp. 183-187
1980    Barrett, Cyril: Peter Sedgley. Painting, Objects, Installations: 1963-1980 ( London : Kelpra- Studios)
1975    Walker, John A.: Art since Pop ( London : Thames and Hudson )
1973    Peter Sedgley , exhibition catalogue ( Birmingham : Ikon Gallery Ltd.)
1971    Peter Sedgley – Vibrationen, Kuno Gonschior - Irritationen , exhibition catalogue ( Berlin : Haus am Waldsee)
1969    Lucie-Smith, Edward: Movements in art since 1945 ( London : Thames & Hudson)
1967    Compton, Michael: Optical and Kinetic Art ( London: Tate Gallery Publications)
1967    Rickey, George: "Constructivism: Origins and Evolution" ( London: Studio Vista )
1965    Peter Sedgley , exhibition catalogue ( London: McRoberts & Tunnard Gallery)