Adam Ball (1977) lives and works in London and has exhibited in important institutions and galleries internationally. Since the public installation of a 10 metre high painting in London’s Golden Square in 2002, solo exhibitions include: Remnants and Realisation, Encounter, London; Absolute Zero, Pharos Arts Foundation, Cyprus; Elemental, Bait Al Zubair Museum, Oman; The Space Between, Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas; Resolution, Centre of Contemporary Art Bahrain, Echo, Galerie Laurent Mueller, Paris; In the Beginning, Shirazu Gallery, London; Dirty Pattern, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York.
Selected group exhibitions include Royal West of England Academy, Bristol; Shapes in Clouds, Encounter, London; Re:Define, Dallas Contemporary Art Museum, Dallas; 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, London Newcastle Project Space, London; Taman Negara, Gagosian Gallery, New York; Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London; Encounters, Brighton Museum; Becks Futures, ICA London and CCA Glasgow.
Recently five of Ball’s works were sold in the George Michael Collection at Christie’s achieving record results. Public installations include Until the day you feel good, a 3m x 16m light box on the outside of new Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge in collaboration with architects HOK International and FutureCity.