Fiona Hall

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"medicine bundles for the non-born child" Fiona Halll (clothes knitted with coke cans) Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Vija Celmins, Australian Artists, Soft Sculpture, Art Object, Various Artists, Art Studios, Food Art
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Fiona Hall Medicine Bundles for the non-born child, 1993; aluminium, rubber teats; child's jacket (28 x 44 x 10 cm), child's booties each (8.5 x 9 x 5.2 cm), child's bonnet (13 x 13 x 7 cm), child's teething ring (31 x 9 cm) diameter

Fiona Hall, Pride, Seven Deadly Sins, 1985 Her work spans mutiple disciplines and broadly deal with order and chaos, good and evil. Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Dark Side, Collage Drawing, Indigenous Art, Seven Deadly Sins, Box Art, Oeuvre D'art, Installation Art

Fiona Hall Pride, Seven Deadly Sins, 1985; Polaroid photograph; 61 x 50.8 cm

From Fiona Hall's Leaf Litter series Leaves printed onto currencies. Collage Drawing, Collage Art, Collages, Venice Biennale, Pen And Watercolor, 2d Art, Australian Artists, Mail Art, Art Studios

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Fiona Hall's work, has explored the relationship between nature and culture for over three decades, is held in all the major Australian state galleries, regional galleries, and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Artist Painting, Artist Art, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Sculpture Ideas, Small Art, Australian Artists
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Fiona Hall Breathing in the Afterlife, 2009-11; aluminium, video; 21 x 21 cm; Edition of 5

Fiona Hall, Pride, Seven Deadly Sins, 1985 Her work spans mutiple disciplines and broadly deal with order and chaos, good and evil. Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Dark Side, Collage Drawing, Indigenous Art, Seven Deadly Sins, Box Art, Oeuvre D'art, Installation Art

Pride, 1985, The seven deadly sins by Fiona Hall

Fiona Hall Atnyem, (Alyawarr) / Acacia kempeana / Witchetty bush, from the series Paradisus Terrestris; 26 x 18 x 4 cm Contemporary Decorative Art, Space Ghost, Art Corner, Feminist Art, Naive Art, Artist Art, Painting On Wood, Art Museum, Flower Art
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Fiona Hall Atnyem, (Alyawarr) / Acacia kempeana / Witchetty bush, 1999; from the series Paradisus Terrestris; aluminium & tin; 26 x 18 x 4 cm

Fiona Hall Understory (detail) Glass beads, silver wire, rubber, boar's teeth Image courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Gallery, Sydney Mixed Media Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Teeth Images, Aboriginal Artists, Creepy Pictures, Beaded Skull, Museum Of Contemporary Art, Australian Art, Halloween Skull

Fiona Hall Works Exhibited At Sydney Museum

Museum Of Contemporary Art, Sydney exhibits works by Fiona Hall 'Force Field' on view from 6 March to 1 June 2008.

Braving Sydney's torrential rain yesterday to visit the MCA's renovated wing - Adelaide based artist Fiona Hall was the standout. Hall is kn. Contemporary Australian Artists, Contemporary Sculpture, Vija Celmins, Art Studios, Installation Art, Art Inspo, Art Photography, Sculptures, Small Things

Fiona Hall

Braving Sydney's torrential rain yesterday to visit the MCA's renovated wing - Adelaide based artist Fiona Hall was the standout. Hall is known for her sculptures carved from soap and waste products such as VHS tapes, plastics and sardine tins. Added bonus - she looks like a tougher version of Jane Birkin.

Fiona HALL, "Cell culture" The core theme throughout Hall's work is the relationship between nature and culture. Throughout her career Hall has also maintained a lifelong commitment to teaching and study as a means of furthering her art. Australian Birds, Australian Artists, National Art School, Conceptual Framework, Human Body Parts, Abstract Animals, Surrealism Photography, Museum Of Contemporary Art, Science Art
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The Art Gallery of South Australia houses one of Australia's most stunning art collections. Its outstanding collection of 38,000 works covers Australian, European, North American, and Asian art.

I'm a little bit in love with Fiona Hall's beuatiful 2002 Leaf Litter exhibition, and I'm fabulously excited b ecause there's an exhibition of her work on now at the MCA. “Money doesn’t grow on trees–or does it? Deeper Shade Of Blue, Venice Biennale, Australian Artists, Science Art, Mail Art, Botanical Illustration, Oeuvre D'art, Artist Art, Altered Art
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Leaf littering with Fiona Hall

I'm a little bit in love with Fiona Hall's beuatiful 2002 Leaf Litter exhibition, and I'm fabulously excited b ecause there's an exhibition of her work on now at the MCA. “Money doesn’t grow on trees–or does it? Plants have...

I first saw the work of Australian artist Fiona Hall at the NGV's Contemporary Commonwealth exhibition in Leaf Litter , from 2000 was . Small Art, Australian Artists, Artist Art, Decorative Objects, Painting & Drawing, Metal Working, Art Photography, Crushes, Sculpture
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Art crush - Fiona Hall

I first saw the work of Australian artist Fiona Hall at the NGV's Contemporary Commonwealth exhibition in 2006. Leaf Litter, from 2000 was exhibited alongside Tender, from 2003-05. Both pieces deal with the conflicted role that money plays in contemporary, multicultural society, and contrast the socialised concept of money, with natural, organic items - respectively leaves and bird nests. Fiona Hall, Tender, 2003-2005 images from Roslyn Oxley9 Fiona Hall, Leaf Litter, 2002 images from Roslyn…

Fiona Hall - Beautiful botanical forms made from glass beads, silver wire and plastic Australian Artists, Science Art, Art Techniques, Installation Art, Textile Art, Art History, 3 D, Glass Art, Art Photography
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Fiona Hall: Fiona Hall, 2005

Fiona Hall’s exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 will feature three major new installations, Tender, Scar Tissue and Understorey, recently exhibited in the major retrospective of Hall’s work (curated by Julie Ewington) at Queensland Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Fiona Hall, Tender (detail), US dollars. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Gallery, Sydney. Sculpture Art, Sculptures, What Is A Bird, Different Birds, Organic Art, Australian Artists, Something Beautiful, Art History, Art Dolls
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Delicate Wait III (detail) by Giselle Hicks Who wouldn't be amazed at the beauty of a tiny Hummingbird's nest covered in moss and lichen...

The Art Gallery of South Australia houses one of Australia's most stunning art collections. Its outstanding collection of works covers Australian, European, North American, and Asian art. Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Post Modern, Australia House, Mixed Media Sculpture, High Art, Australian Artists, Postmodernism, Sculptures
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'Dead in the Water' by Fiona Hall Modern Art, Post Modern, Contemporary, Life Reimagined, Lighted Branches, Mixed Media Sculpture, Postmodernism, Macabre, Installation Art
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Fiona Hall