Artist and curator
Jeremy Millar is an artist and curator living in Whitstable. From 1995 until 2000 he was Programme Organiser at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, where he curated many exhibitions including ‘Roman Signer / David Shrigley’ (1997), ‘Speed’ (1998, also at Whitechapel Art Gallery), ‘MayDay’ (1999) and ‘Boris Mikhailov’ (2000). In 2002, he curated a twenty-year survey exhibition of Peter Fraser’s work at The Photographers’ Gallery and was the inaugural Director of the Brighton Photo Biennial (2003). As an artist he has exhibited widely; recent exhibitions include ‘Nothing’, NGCA, Sunderland, then touring to CCA, Vilnius, Rooseum, Malmo, and Mead Gallery, Coventry, (2001-2), ‘Another Place’, Tramway, Glasgow (2000) and at Bloomberg Space, London (2005). Millar is also a prolific writer; his books include ‘Confessions’ (Bookworks, 1996), ‘Airport’ (edited with Steven Bode, 1997), ‘Speed — Visions of an Accelerated Age’ (edited with Michiel Schwarz, 1998), ‘Peter Fraser’ (2002), and Place (with Tacita Dean, Thames and Hudson, 2005). He has contributed to a number of publications on artists such as Jeremy Deller, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe and Jane and Louise Wilson and is a contributor to Art Monthly, Blueprint, frieze and Parkett.