British artist Adrian Hall attended Plymouth College of Art, the Royal College of Art and Yale University. Hall lived in Belfast from 1972 to 1979, when he moved to Sidney. He works in a broad range of media including painting, collage, photography, performance, sculpture and installation. During the 1970s, Hall exhibited regularly with the David Hendriks Gallery, Dublin. He was awarded the P.J. Carrolls Prize for Sculpture at the Irish Exhibition of Living Art in 1975.
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