Adam Ball lives and works in London and has exhibited in galleries and institutions internationally. Since the public installation of a 10 metre high painting in London’s Golden Square, solo exhibitions include Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York; The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas; Encounter, London; Centre of Contemporary Art, Bahrain; Bait Al Zubair Museum, Oman; Pharos Arts Foundation, Cyprus; Goss Gallery, Dallas and Galerie Laurent Mueller, Paris.
Group exhibitions and projects include Redefine, Dallas Contemporary Art Museum; Taman Negara, Gagosian Gallery, New York; Becks Futures, ICA, London and CCA Glasgow; George Michael Collection, Christie’s, London; Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London; ARCO, Madrid; Duet, Galleria Xavier Fiol, Palma; ArteFiera Bologna, Italy; Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London; Clarks: Rebooted, Shanghai, Milan, NYC; Salle D’Attende, Galerie Laurent Mueller, Paris; This is London, Shizaru Gallery, London; Re:Define, Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas; Spectra, Londonewcastle Project Space, London.
In 2023 Adam worked with Windows on the World to create an art and music installation at Ritsona refugee camp in Greece. Windows on the World is a creative arts programme for children living in challenging circumstances.
Public commissions include the permanent installation Until the day you feel good, a 16-metre light box on the outside of Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, and From Here and There, London Bridge, Annin Arts.
Collections and collaborations include L’Wren Scott; Eve and Max, US; HOK International; FutureCity; Bait Al Zubair Museum; Clarks; Courvoisier; Cartier; Tishman Speyer; MTV Redefine; Paddle8 and British Land.