Biography/General: Stewart Hall was born in Australia, he has lived in Paris and London for several years, and currently resides in Munich.
The themes of his work centre around The Human Condition and Temporality. Hall's work is a continual investigation into the human form, whether it be abstracted or in a more recognisable form. Hall strives to find the space between the recognisable and unrecognisable forms.
More recently he has been exploring the space between the Tangible and Intangible aspects of painting and image making. This ongoing investigation aims to invoke a sense of something other than the literal, which in turn can enable the viewer greater visual autonomy.

Education: 2013 MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art and Design. London, United Kingdom
2009 BA Fine Art, Curtin University of Technology. Perth, Western Australia
2004 Diploma of Freelance Journalism. Sydney, Australia

Exhibitions: (Selection)
2017 That Blitz Mentality, Los Angeles
2015 Post-Gender, London
2014 Beuys Keep Swinging, London
2014 Digital Art Salon (in conjunction with the Lumen Digital Art Prize Exhibition), London
2013 Flat Time House Film Project, London
2013 SPLICE, London
2013 INTERIM SHOW, London
2012 Chelsea Salon Series Project, London
2010 Reclaim the Streets, Paris
2008 United Project, Crete
2006 Artists’ Project, Sydney
1995 Spots on the Wall, Sydney

Professional Associations:
Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance, since 2004/ 2009
Saatchi Online Gallery UK, since 2008
The Jerwood Space UK, since 2010
The Drawing Centre NYC, since 2011
Chelsea Salon Series UK, since 2012

Collections/Commissions: His works are represented in various private collections throughout Australia, England, France, Greece and Italy.

Bibliography: (Articles in)
Chelsea Arts Studio Blog/ Arts London/ Chelsea Salon Series