artists represented

Born 1915, Sydney , Australia



1934-36 East Sydney Technical College

Sydney Teachers College

1947-49 Europe, United States of America
1958-59 Europe, United States of America
1945-46 Art Lecturer, Sydney Teachers College
1949-72 Art Critic, Sydney 'Sun' Newspaper
1962-72 Art Critic, Sydney 'Sun-Herald' Newspaper; Foundation Member, Aust. Div. International Association of Art Critics
1971 Director, Dobell Art Foundation
1972 Appointed to the Commonwealth Art Advisory Board, Canberra
1973 Australian Commission, 12th Sao Paulo International Bienal, Brazil; Chairman, Acquisitions Committee, Australian National Gallery, Canberra; Judge, Tokyo International Bienal of Prints
1975 Awarded Member of the Order of Australia
1975-78 Visiting Curator of Australian Art, Australian National Gallery
1976-82 Member, First Council of the Australian National Gallery, Canberra
1989 Awarded Honorary Doctorate of Literature from Macquarie University, New South Wales
1990 Awarded Officer of the Order of Australia
Individual Exhibitions
1950, 52 Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
1954-56 Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
1958, 61 Macquarie Galleries, Sydney
1963 Skinner Galleries, Perth; South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne
1964 Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane
1965 Von Bertouch Galleries, Newcastle
1966-67 Macquarie Galleries, Canberra
1968 South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne
1969 Bonython Gallery, Adelaide
1970 Macquarie Galleries, Canberra
1971 Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane
1973 Prouds Gallery, Sydney
1981 Tolamo Galleries, Melbourne
1982, 84 Watters Gallery, Sydney
1986 Pinacotheca, Melbourne; David Jones Art Gallery, Sydney
1987 Black Swan Gallery, Fremantle; Pinacotheca, Melbourne; David Jones Art Gallery, Sydney
1988 Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane; Pinacotheca, Melbourne; Watters Gallery, Sydney
1989 B.M.G. Fine Art, Adelaide; Pinacotheca, Melbourne
1993 Watters Gallery, Sydney; Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane
James Gleeson is represented in The Australian National Gallery, all State Galleries, and most Regional Galleries