About

Imogen Hall is a photographer, sculptor and painter whose work is represented in the National Gallery of Victoria and private collections throughout Australia, Italy, Japan and Singapore.  Her works are available for private sale or by commission.

Solo Exhibitions

* 2012   ‘nagasaki’ photographs, Edmund Pearce, Melbourne.

* 2010   “nature as history” photographs, large gallery, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

* 2009   “the lotus eater”  photographs, large gallery, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

* 2009   “look backwards and see” photographs, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

* 2008   “no direction home” photographs, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

* 2008   “a thousand years a million nights” photographs, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne.

* 2007   “the sound of ash resting without softness” photographs and installation, Stephen McLaughlan Gallery, Melbourne.

* 2000   “barragga rocks!” paintings, Moore St Gallery, Melbourne.

Highlights

* 2013   Magnum Workshop with Chris Steele-Perkins, Sydney.

* 2010   Works acquired for the NGV’s Collection of Photography from “nature as history”.

*  2002   Interviewed in studio for ABC TV Dimensions, George Negus.

* 2002   work featured on ABC‘s Culture Vuluture; pianist Michael Keiran Harveys favourite artwork.

* 2001   “portrait of Neilma Gantner” hung in the Archibald Salon des Refuses.

Education

*   1998 Post-Graduate Diploma, installations and painting, VCA, Melbourne.

*   1984-86 Bachelor of Arts course, sculpture, RMIT, Melbourne.

Other

*   1999 – 2003 founded ‘the Connies’ educational performance troupe, creating 80+ environmental swapcards on a range of themes from aquatic invertebrates to endangered species. This involved designing the cards, researching for drawing the images on the front face of the cards and writing the accurate, informational text on the back face of the cards. I designed the unified range of swapcard series the Connies produced and took part in negotiations with sponsers.

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