Fiona Hall

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Fiona Hall (born in Sydney, 1953) is one of the most accomplished and internationally acclaimed contemporary Australian artists. After establishing herself as a photographer in the 1970s and early 1980s, Hall began working increasingly as a sculptor and installation artist.

In 2008, a major survey exhibition was shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and then at City Gallery Wellington. Since then, Hall has returned to New Zealand regularly and made significant works relating to the bird life, botany and environmental issues of this country.

In 2012 she represents Australia at the important five-yearly ‘Documenta’ exhibition in Kassel, Germany. Many of the works Hall has created since the Kermadec voyage were exhibited at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, in November 2011.